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lu.diehl

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  1. Hi @doshea Find the unique ID of the image, change "#block-unique-ID" to your image ID and apply the code below: /* mobile screens */ @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { #block-unique-ID{ width: 50%; } } /* tablet screens */ @media only screen and (max-width: 768px) { #block-unique-ID{ width: 100%; } } Let me know if it works 😉 If you need further help, please share a link to your website and pwd if needed.
  2. The code you have should work, but if you want me to take a look please share a link (and pwd if needed) to your website. /* HIDE THE PRIMARY NAVS */ #collection-5d58db8548099500014d80bb .Header-nav--primary { display: none!important; } /* HIDE THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY NAVS */ #collection-5d58db8548099500014d80bb .Header-nav { display: none!important; }
  3. Add the code below to Design > Custom CSS: .sqs-search-container-item .sqs-content { display: none!important; } Let me know if it works 😉
  4. Can you please share a link to your website (and pwd if it is pwd protected)? And what template are you using?
  5. hi @TDP888, first of all, you have to add the custom font to your website. You can find some tutorials online and it is very straight forward. Here's a link to a tutorial. After you add the custom font to your website, then you can apply the custom font throughout the website - do you want to just use it on your nav bar or elsewhere? If you need further help, please share a link and pwd to view your website.
  6. I checked and it seems that you found a solution 🙂 it looks great! Would you mind voting the answer up/liking it? It might help other members as well if they are looking for the same solution. Thank you!
  7. Can you share a link to your website and pwd if it is pwd protected? Where do you want to use your custom font? titles, body copy... ?
  8. Can you provide a link to your website? Please send the password if it is pwd protected.
  9. Hi @LLG, let me know if the code below works and if that's what you're looking to achieve. body:not(.touch-styles) .secondary-nav-wrapper nav>div { display: table!important; margin: 0!important; padding: 2px; }
  10. Ok. Can you confirm which template you're using? Depending on which template you're using, you might be able to fix it without CSS.
  11. You can use either # hex color or rgb. If you need to add transparency, then use rgba value - the alpha value would define the transparency, from 0 (transparent) to 1 (opaque).
  12. @starladyplace - awesome! Do you mind voting/liking my answer so it is marked as solved? It can be helpful to other members and as well. Thank you!
  13. Hey @NotAHologram, can you share a link to your website and pwd if it is pwd protected?
  14. Hi @LLG, can you share a link and pwd to your website?
  15. Hi @NEWeOffset, can you share a link to your website and pwd if it is pwd protected?
  16. Hey @MikeyD, just change "red" to the color you want to use. Let me know if this works 😉 .sqs-block-quote { color: red; }
  17. Hey @MikeyD, there's another thread here that might answer your question:
  18. hey @starladyplace - if you're adding the code to the page header code injection then you have to wrap it btw a style tag: <style> .banner-thumbnail-wrapper { display: none!important; } </style> Let me know if it works now.
  19. Hi Lucia, there might be some extra code preventing the change you want to make. Maybe try to remove all CSS code in your custom code just to see if it is the case (copy and paste it somewhere so you can always bring it back) and add the footer background code only.
  20. Ok, try removing the previous code and add this one piece of code which should work for both your h1 and image titles. Let me know if it works now. #collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36{ h1, .image-title p{ font-family: garamond!important; } }
  21. Sure! #collection-5d84d1d7b2a12958f2942c36 .image-title p { font-family: acumin-pro-extra-condensed!important; }
  22. Hi @lucia.fritsche, I'm sorry, footer shouldn't be capitalized! That was my bad! 😣 #footer { background-color: #472017!important; }
  23. Hi @Vaktis_naturbruk, do you want to remove the banner image on all pages or which specific page? The code below hides the banner image for the home page only, but if you wish to hide it on all pages, then remove #collection-588217d48419c28b7ce46248 from the code. Let me know if it works! 😉 @media screen and (max-width: 640px){ #collection-588217d48419c28b7ce46248 .Index-page--has-image .Index-page-content { display: none; } }
  24. Try adding !important and let me know if it makes any difference #Footer { background-color: #472017!important; }
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