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    @christyprice That's working perfectly. Thankyou for your help!
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    Profile banner image credit: Paweł Czerwiński
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    tuanphan

    Removing code

    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS .summary-block-header { border: none; }
  4. 1 point
    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS .slide .meta { bottom: -100px !important; }
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    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS [data-slice-id="5a4d1ac4e2c483daf9d41bf0"], [data-slice-id="5a4d1ac4e2c483daf9d41bef"] { display: none; }
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    I had this exact same issue today and support wasn't sure either. However, I managed to figure it out! You need to select blog post title above the header. Not very intuitive. See below:
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    @leather0294 - The CSS you would need to paste into the custom CSS section on your site is this: #collection-5196d546e4b0a0fe04e906ab #mainContent { display: none; } OR If you decided to use the 'Page Header Code Injection' section for that particular page instead, you would paste this into the the 'Page Header Code Injection': <style> #mainContent { display: none; } <style>
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    Yes, you can affect just a single page by using either the 'collection id' for that page with the 'Custom CSS' section, or by using the 'Page Header Code Injection' section for the particular page, in conjunction with some custom CSS and the various selectors. To use the collection ID / custom CSS section you would go to the page in question, and then click the 'Manage Site' (gear icon) and then look in the URL for that page, it should look something like: .squarespace.com/config/#module=content&collectionId=516240dfe4b0b72af94f9ff5 The bold part is the number you need to copy. Then you would go to the Custom CSS section -- 'Change Style' (paintbrush) > 'CSS' which pops open a window. You would add the collection ID before the selector you want to work with, something like this (replacing the collection ID with your own): #collection-516240dfe4b0b72af94f9ff5 #canvas-wrapper { background-image: none; } #collection-516240dfe4b0b72af94f9ff5 #horizontal-navigation-bar { display: none; } If you were to use the 'Page Header Code Injection', you would instead go to the page you want to apply these changes to, then go 'Manage Site' (gear icon) > 'Page Settings' > 'Advanced' and paste this into the 'Page Header Code Injection': <style> body { background-image: none; } #horizontal-navigation-bar { display: none; } </style> But in order for this to work, you need to find the various the selectors you want to hide. This can be done using the 'Inspect Element' found in Chrome and Safari, or by using the add-on 'Firebug' for Firefox. Different templates use different selector names so there's not really any way to provide the selectors without that basic information.
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