# Pro Background Opacity

GitPitch Paid Plans activate the Background Image Opacity feature.

Important! Remember to size-optimize your presentation images for the Web.

Image delimiter syntax supports an opacity parameter that gives you the ability to apply opacity filters to individual background images.

By default, background images are 100% opaque. Reducing the opacity level from 100 increases the transparency of a background image. The more transparent a slide background image, the more other content on the slide - such as text content - stands out.

The following sequence of images demonstrates improved legibility of text content on a sample slide as background image opacity is reduced:

The opacity parameter must take a value defined within the range of 1..100. A value of 1 results in a fully transparent image. A value of 100 results in a fully opaque image.

#### Learn By Example

This PITCHME.md markdown snippet:

---?image=assets/images/feedback.jpg&size=cover&opacity=20

## Gather Audience Feedback

@ul[circles]
- Speaker Performance
- Product Evaluation
- Market Research
- User Ratings Poll
- Academic Research
- Customer Satisfaction
- And much  more...
@ulend


Results in the rendering of the slide shown below on the left. The slide shown below on the right is provided as an example of this same slide rendered without any opacity filter.

Click on the above image to view this slide within a live GitPitch presentation.

Important! Remember to size-optimize your presentation images for the Web.