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aboveandbeyond

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  1. Hi, Thanks for your reply and for looking into this. I've attached two images. One shows two screenshots side by side, showing the difference in spacing. The other shows it when I set padding to 0. And there is some space still between images. Also it removes/reduces the outer margin. So less space between images means things don't line up with the logo any more. Thanks Claudia
  2. Site URL: https://soybean-flute-42kz.squarespace.com/manual-project-page Hi, Using this code to reduce gutter space between images. Unfortunately on mobile this results in uneven space between images. Any idea why? On bpbile the padding is also affecting the outer margins of the page... I'd be so grateful for any help. Interestingly when I set padding to 0 it fully closes the gap between some but not all pictures. and almost entirely removesthe outer margin. Password is Sandy Thanks Claudia .image-block { padding: 12px !important; }
  3. I added it to custom css. In this case I want it to affect all pages. Did you see my question above? I really don't understand what exactly is happening on mobile but the spaces aren't the same there and I have no idea what to do differently. If I take out the code that you sent me the spaces are the same but too large of course...
  4. If tried to use the code for mobile but it puts varying spaces between the images. Do you know why by any chance @tuanphan @media only screen and (max-width: 450px) { .image-block { padding: 8px 12px !important; }} i put different numbers as just one number changed the outside margin too. tried also using margin-bottom but that produced a similar result. I'd be so grateful for any further help! Claudia
  5. Hi, Thanks that worked. but without the style tag. Should it have worked with the tags?
  6. Site URL: https://soybean-flute-42kz.squarespace.com/ Hi, I have used a cover page as the homepage which means there is no header. But I would like it to appear like it's there. I managed to get the logo and navigation to roughly the same placement but have no control over where the headline goes. Which on desktop would be centre top aligning with the navigation. (Same as on subsequent pages) And on mobile it should be underneath the logo but only 15px away. Any help would be great! Password is Sandy Thanks Claudia
  7. Site URL: https://soybean-flute-42kz.squarespace.com/manual-project-page Hi, I'm trying to reduce the margin between images. I know basic CSS but no idea what to do when I can't see where this is set in the code? Ideally would like to reduce on all devices. Password is Sandy Thanks so much. Claudia
  8. Site URL: https://soybean-flute-42kz.squarespace.com/ Hi, I'm hoping somebody could help me with some code that makes the footer not stacked on mobile. There is so little in my footer it easily fits next to each other. Thanks so much. Password to site is Sandy Thanks Claudia
  9. Site URL: https://soybean-flute-42kz.squarespace.com/ Hi, I have a question regarding the burger and x icon placement on my mobile site. I can't control it in the way I would like to. Which would be to line it up with the top of the logo and the right edge of the content. I have no idea what the setting currently is, and I don't know the padding around the content either (I set it to 'medium' whatever that translates to) The code I currently use is making it roughly ok, but ideally I would like it to be EXACTLY ok. .mobile-nav-toggle-label .Icon--hamburger { margin: -
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