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  1. To change logo to black, add this to Design > Custom CSS /* Blog logo */ body[class*="type-blog"] .header-title-logo img { filter: invert(1); -webkit-filter: invert(1); }
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  2. Hi i just your code in your code you added the ";" before the a remove it, it a bug due to that its not working. otherwise use below code .header-nav-folder-item a:hover { border-bottom:1px solid #fff !important;}
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  3. Hi. add below code into CSS Editor #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1619992736841_27453 { .image-card-wrapper .sqs-dynamic-text { p a { color: #fff; background-color: #1a1a1a; border-color: #1a1a1a; padding: 6px 10px; } } }
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  4. Thank you so much @bangank36! Such a simple solution. Very helpful 🙂
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  5. bangank36

    Custom hyperlink style

    Did you put it in custom css and make sure there is no syntax error
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  6. bangank36

    iFrame Script Load Issue

    There some hack in the topic that may helps javascript - iframe on the page bottom: avoid automatic scroll of the page - Stack Overflow this one work for me
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  7. bangank36

    Custom hyperlink style

    try section[data-section-id="60a74a22fe96d458d9b696c1"] p a { color: inherit !important; text-decoration: none; } section[data-section-id="60a74a22fe96d458d9b696c1"] p a:hover { color: #09617c !important; text-decoration: underline; font-weight: bold; }
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  8. Target the block using it's href, here is sample, you can do the same for later blocks #gridThumbs [href*="/work/liminalwellbeing"] { background: #00bcd4; }
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  9. Hello there, When you install a custom font, you will also need to tell your website what elements should use the custom font. Typically, you'll be using: p, h1, h2, h3, a { font-family: "Your_Font_Name"; } These are the most common text elements. P = Paragraph h1 = Heading 1..., and A = Link Your header and footer most likely consists of multiple "a" elements and sometimes the code above won't be enough to target all of the elements on your website, so you may need to specifically target the header and footer sections by adding and overriding the default fonts: .Header a { font-family: "Your_Font_Name" !important; } Footer: .Footer a { font-family: "Your_Font_Name" !important; } If you'd rather use a global font change you can use: * { font-family:"Your_Font_Name"; } Hope this helps! -Dan
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  10. hi. applied below code .gallery-caption-grid-masonry p { font-size: 30px !important; }
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  11. This can require some custom code. Need to check Markdown Block, we can help easier h1 has a default top/bottom padding, you can also reduce it in Site Styles
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  12. Add this to Home > Design > Custom CSS .form-button-wrapper:after { content: "Enter text here"; display: block; margin-top: 5px; }
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  13. That is very interesting, as we have just updated our burger menu to a preferred thickness. Of course, our website is running on Squarespace 7.1, so in case you are on the same, try using this css: /*burger menu thickness*/ .top-bun, .patty, .bottom-bun { height: 3px !important; } /*end burgre menu thickness*/ p.s. you can adjust the thickness to your liking by changing value next to px (currently set to 3px) hope this helps!
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