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    Disable Nav Shifting

    @rwp Cheers, worked great!
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    Photography website feedback

    Hello Tim! Your site here is breathtaking. Beautiful imagery and videos display the type of work we can expect from you and really entice the user. I'm over here thinking well I know who to hire when I need ________. I really like how you highlight your creative team and make it a little more approachable for a potential client as you portray the importance of the team who make it happen and help the potential client feel connected to the hearts behind the biz. If I may offer - you could even expand a little more on the folks behind the productions to engage with and create a stronger bond from the potential client to your team/company. One more little thing I think to get really nit-picky here I found it a little confusing to have the page titled PORTFOLIOS plural - I thought I'd be seeing individuals from the team's individual portfolios. For the company and team as a whole just PORTFOLIO would be great. But I don't think this is a huge issue. The PROJECTS tab is super dope too. This is a really great way to highlight fully formed projects as a whole and these projects are just too fresh. Keep up the beautiful creations and storytelling to lift up those whose stories we need to hear. ❤️
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    Calendar – Remove thumbnails

    Thank you! It helped me a lot!
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    Hamburger Menu Nav 7.1

    You can replace burger icon with custom three lines (here is an example img) Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS. Replace current image with three lines icon url .burger-box div { display: none; } .burger-box { background-image: url(https://static.thenounproject.com/png/3143942-42.png); background-size: contain; background-repeat: no-repeat; background-position: center center; }
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    Photography website feedback

    Omg your work and the style of your design site is so amazing, well suited for you and the text integrated with the layout of your pages are really great! Love how you can also purchase your art and just the concepts and quality of your work is what I hope to be attain also! Would love to connect - a photographer and stylist here based in London.
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    This appears to be a 7.1 site and I can understand the confusion. Let me see if I can help you out. Images can go on the blog page header and also as the header of each post. So lets start with the first thing. Go into config, choose pages, then choose blog page. At that point the blog "summary" page comes up on the right a list of posts on the left. The blog summary page isn't the same thing as a summary block on a page, which is important to know. At that point you create a blog post, by clicking the + sign at the top of the left side of the page or if you have a blog post then you would want to go into edit. That is done by choosing the little thumbnail under that + sign and click edit. Once you do that the post opens up, and at the very top of the page you have the title of the post or a note that says no title. You can click on that or on the gear icon on the top right of the page. The edit mode panel opens for the post. There you enter your title and where it says "write here", you hover over that and an insert dot shows up, click that, another smaller panel opens with all kinds of blocks and options in it, one of which is an image block. You add one of those and edit it to add a picture which will show up on the post but not on the main blog "summary list" page, not yet anyway. To get that to happen choose the options tab in that blog post edit panel. There you have a little window that says upload if its empty or edit if it isn't. If you want a new image, delete the one that is there and upload a new one. Save everything once you have your pic uploaded, you save by choosing done. There you have it, not as simple as pie, but not that bad of a procedure. If you need any more help don't hesitate to post here and ask. Derrick
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    Hamburger Menu Nav 7.1

    Hey @rsmith3074 - I realize you posted this weeks ago but I just now got back onto the forum and wanted to share the answer in case you still needed it! I use CSS to do this; this code does the trick for me. Hope it helps! .header-burger { display:flex!important} .header--menu-open .header-menu {opacity: 1!important;visibility: visible!important;} .header-nav, .header-actions {visibility:hidden!important}
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    From everything I've read it looks like the move to 7.1 (and removal of specific templates in favour of design styles) means header search is now gone. Same story with the Sidebar. Both features no longer seem to be supported which is super disappointing. The irony is that the Squarespace's own sites use both of these features (header search and sidebar) heavily. They are great features, please bring them back.
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