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lu.diehl last won the day on November 15 2019

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  1. @mabros - are you planning to switch to bedford or you'll stay with brine? The CSS change depending on the template and I can only help with the current template installed. Also, I don't see a slideshow on your site. Can you share the page where the slideshow or banner you want help with is located?
  2. @mabros - can you share the link to the page you want to hide the banner?
  3. Hi @chambershire - you have to target the class for the background image only. If you want to hide the image background for the first section only, then add the following code. If you want to remove the background image for the entire page, remove .welcome-1 @media screen and (max-width: 640px){ #collection-588217d48419c28b7ce46248 .welcome-1 .Index-page-image { display: none; } } Let me know if it works!
  4. Hey @tantrum - try adding the code in the response above, if it doesn't work since it is a different template please share a link to your website (and psw if needed)
  5. @Monte63 - sorry for the late response. Let me know if this works: .collection-type-page.has-promoted-gallery.transparent-header .promoted-gallery-wrapper .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow { height: 450px !important; background-color: #FFFFFF; } @media only screen and (max-device-height: 640px) .collection-type-page.has-promoted-gallery.transparent-header #promotedGalleryWrapper .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow, .collection-type-page.has-promoted-gallery.transparent-header .promoted-gallery-wrapper .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow { height: 200px !important; background-color: #FFFFFF; }
  6. Hi @Monte63 - can you share a link (and password if protected) to your website?
  7. Hi @lucia_123, the code you shared looks confusing... which template are you using for your website?
  8. For the <a> another style is using a rule that is more important than what you are writing, in this case you need to add ! important after the color code, which makes it stronger and ignores all the subsequent rules. For the <h1> there's a typo - in color code you should write color without 'u'. However, I recommend you changing your header colors using the native tools instead. Go to Design > Style and change your main colors there 😉 a{ color: red!important; } h1{ color: red; }
  9. Hi @lucia_123, can you share a link to your website and/or share how you are writing your code?
  10. Yes, you can actually change the min-device-width to whatever you want, but for general iPad layouts use 768px. //* For general iPad layouts *// @media only screen and (device-width: 768px) { /* Code goes here */ }
  11. Hi @DaleBoettcherPhoto, the code I wrote before isn't great actually... I would try it differently this time. If you're looking to change it only in one page then add the code below to the page setting > Advanced instead of adding it the general Custom CSS. If you're looking to change it all pages, add it to Design > Custom CSS and remove the <style> tags. <style> @media only screen and (min-device-width: 640px){ .promoted-gallery-wrapper { height: 500px!important; } .sqs-gallery-design-stacked-slide { height: 500px!important; } .sqs-gallery-controls .next, .sqs-gallery-controls .previous{ top: 250px!important; } } </style> Let me know how it looks... if you need further help, please share a link to your website.
  12. Add !important at the end to the color code, it should work. for transparent background: .header-nav-folder-content { background-color: rgba(203,242,246,.6)!important; } for white background: /** SOLID WHITE BACKGROUND **/ .header-nav-folder-content { background-color: #FFFFFF!important; }
  13. I can see you're missing a semicolon ( ; ) in your HTML code after the span style attributes in both blocks. It should read style="color: black;" in the first block and style="color: red;" in the second block. Not sure if this is what is going to fix your problem, I'd have to take a look at your website so if you're still having problems please share a link to your website.
  14. Hi @PMDesigner - I would add PNG images with transparent background with the icons and buttons in white only. Then add a red background to the static images with CSS and a hover effect changing the color. That's super simple to achieve. If you need further help, please share a link to your website and password.
  15. They are both the same exact link. Can you explain further what the issue is and what you want to achieve?
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