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    Hi, Is there a way to make the portfolio main grid Masonry? Standard options only allow fixed ratio's. since ther is no more option to connect galleries to summary blocks this would fix a lot. Thank you.
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    NZ based dveloper needed.

    You can post this on Squarespace Customization Resource Groups on FB.
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    I updated the Code Please have a look and try that Hope it will solve the Issue 🙂
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    Check your zoom/view browser settings. I know that chrome zoom, sometimes if set for more or less than 100 percent, will make my website screen jump and if set too high it will move the blocks around to adapt to the screen size.
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    Hi , Here you go , Simply Juts paste the code below to Design >Custom Css and save 🙂 I will do the Job. @media screen and (max-width: 767px){ .blog-basic-grid--container>div>.image-wrapper>img{ width:100%; } .tweak-blog-basic-grid-width-full .blog-basic-grid { padding:0px !important; } .tweak-blog-basic-grid-text-alignment-left .blog-basic-grid .blog-basic-grid--text { padding: 0.4em !important; box-sizing: border-box; } } Don't forget to mark it as solved if it works , You can mark it solve by clikcing up arrow on left top corner of this answer.
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    Brilliant – thanks @tuanphan for solving this. I played around a bit and settles on 25vh for the min height. Works perfectly!
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    Why not add a text link or button right next to the summary header title text? Something that tells the viewer where they are going? I design sites based on what it is like to view, I use a large focus group, and they all agree, they don't like some surprises, like unexpected links that go to unexpected places. Give the viewer the power to decide what to see, and going offsite without knowing why can be one of the most unpleasant surprises of all.
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    Footer Image size

    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS @media screen and (max-width:640px) { div#footerBlocksBottom .span-12 .span-7 { width: 50% !important; margin: 0 auto; } }
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    Rally Template Mobile Logo Size

    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS img.Mobile-bar-branding-logo { width: 200px; }
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    Hide sold item price

    Hello, I was looking for the same thing, I'm no expert in CSS but this worked for me for the template 'Marta' in Design -> custom CSS add the following code .sold-out .sqs-money-native { display:none } -> the price is now hidden for sold items (out of stock) on all pages displaying the products I'd be happy to hear if this code is not reliable. see the example on the website: https://www.erinharrison-art.com/shop cheers Vincent.
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    Ignore, I figured out it was a problem with the position: absolute code.
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    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS .header-nav-folder-title[href="/about"] + div { width: 100px !Important; } .header-nav-folder-title[href="/programs"] + div { width: 50px !Important; }
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    Add to Home > Design > custom CSS /* related product 3 items */ .ProductItem-relatedProducts .list-grid .grid-item:nth-child(n+4) { display: none; }
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    Hi @Heytherethanks, best practice is to make affiliate links nofollow links. In Squarespace that means using a Markdown block which is available on the Personal plan. Here's an example of what you'd put in a Markdown block for an affiliate link: <a href="http://affiliatelinkhere.com/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">your link in text</a> You can use rel="nofollow" to let search engines know that your link shouldn't count in ranking the linked page. And target="_blank" opens the link in a new window, which is best practice for linking to sites outside your own. The code is too long for the window above, but if you click inside the code block and select all you can paste it into a text editor to see the whole thing.
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    I think the ideal would be to make it possible to move projects among different portfolios. That way: I can create a portfolio (X) that holds my "template" for projects I can hide Portfolio X so that it's not visible to the public, only to admins I can create projects in Portfolio X and then move them to a live portfolio when ready. As it stands, looks like I'll have to use @mforny 's solution...but I'll have to create a different template in each portfolio.
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    @Kenni Yes, it is possible. Before Squarespace added the background videos feature, a number of articles were written explaining how to add MP4 and other types of video. For example, see this one by @colin.irwin from 2014. https://www.silvabokis.com/squarespace-tips/adding-autoplay-video-banners-to-a-squarespace-website
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