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    To insert the iframe, you are adding some HTML in a Code Block. You should be specifying the size in this code, for example 'height=600px'. You shouldn't need additional CSS (like you have shown above) to set the iframe size later.
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    Try placing the below into your websites global CSS. I wasn't sure if you wanted to change the title or price font size so I've included both. .product-block .productDetails .product-title, .product-block .productDetails .product-price { font-size: 20px!important;}
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    Hi there. Insert the following via Custom CSS: .Header { position: -webkit-sticky; position: sticky; top: 0; z-index: 890; } .collection-type-blog.view-list.tweak-blog-list-full-bleed:not(.tweak-blog-list-filter-show) .Header, .collection-type-blog.view-list.tweak-blog-list-full-bleed.tweak-blog-list-filter-show:not(.has-active-filter) .Header, .collection-type-blog.view-item.tweak-blog-item-header-full-bleed .Header { position: fixed; } -Brandon
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    @KazimG Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS div#container-content { padding-top: 0; }
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    creativember

    iframe not loading when live

    I can't thank you enough. This makes perfect sense and when adding the "s" to the code, it populated in the live view. Extremely grateful to you for your time and expertise!
  6. 1 point
    paul2009

    iframe not loading when live

    The iFrame is being blocked because your website is secure (served using a url that begins https) but the iframe is insecure, in that the url begins with http (without the s). Using HTTPS for your website is an important step in protecting your site and your users from attack. If you were able to add other content that did not use HTTPS it would render that protection useless. You can solve it by changing the iFrame embed to include an 's' : https://markdelgado.idxhome.com/openhomes/137534 Let me know how you get on.
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    If you're using Squarespace 7.0 (NOT 7.1): Use Chrome browser and use it to install the following Chrome extension - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/squarespace-collectionblo/bggpdfnccodbnmcndckmeehdjkjojkde Visit the page you want to modify the text on and click the extension's icon An overlay will appear showing all of the permanent collection and block ids on the page Click the top left, collection overlay item and it will copy to your clipboard Now take a copy of your existing font color code and prefix it with the collection id. Paste the copy *after* the code you already have. That sets up the css so that it tweaks the color for everything and then applies the second color tweak only to relevant collection. Without seeing your code it's difficult to give a specific code example but it's probably something like @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { #something .something { color: red; } } You would modify it with the collection ID as follows @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { #collection-535e7627e4b0140e264640b8 #something .something { color: blue; } } NB - Above I use a collection ID from a page on my site - you need the one from your page.
  8. 1 point
    You can target Page ID. See how to find page ID.
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    A solution that allow some sort of user locale recognition would require custom scripting. A few tips/words of caution Although it is possible to translate the language of most pages the ecommerce checkout and the wording of any emails sent by the system can only be in one of several default languages (English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese and (I think) Italian.. ..there could be more). Automatic translation software can be very bad so I would advise choosing the key languages you want to support and concentrate on getting good quality translations made by a professional translation agency. Automatic language detection is not going to be 100% accurate. There are public free/cheap APIs that allow pretty reliable location detection. However, it's not always possible to deduce the users language from their location. Take Canada and Belgium where there are multiple languages spoken, or even the USA which has a significant Hispanic heritage population. For this reason you can guess at the user's language but should always provide a mechanism for changing to a different language.
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    Ghady

    Changing Blog Post Title Style

    Thank you! It worked. I appreciate the help man. ❤️
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