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MattMC6

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  1. Ah absolutely. Sorry, I'm new to Squarespace and haven't yet taken the time to properly workout how the answers forum works. I'll take a look now. Thanks,Matt.
  2. Hi Brandon, Thanks for this - I've plugged in the code and the site is starting to look good now I think. I have an unrelated question I thought I'd drop a link to here on the off chance you can help with this also: https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/133509/is-there-a-way-i-can-remove-vertical-padding-betwe.html Many thanks,Matt.
  3. Hi Brandon, Thanks for this - I've plugged in the code and the site is starting to look good now I think. I have an unrelated question I thought I'd drop a link to here on the off chance you can help with this also: https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/133509/is-there-a-way-i-can-remove-vertical-padding-betwe.html Many thanks,Matt.
  4. Though I haven't upgraded it yet so you may not be able to see it? I could upload some screen shots?
  5. Sorry to follow this with a further question but there is one last issue I've noticed as a result of capping the width of the site. Where the site is now narrower the thumbnails in the gallery/index are narrower too while their height remains as it was when the site width was not capped. This means that (on larger screens) the images appear square when they should be rectangles (landscape) which is causing some undesirable cropping. Let me know if you'd prefer I ask this in a new thread. Thanks,Matt.
  6. Sorry to follow this with a further question but there is one last issue I've noticed as a result of capping the width of the site. Where the site is now narrower the thumbnails in the gallery/index are narrower too while their height remains as it was when the site width was not capped. This means that (on larger screens) the images appear square when they should be rectangles (landscape) which is causing some undesirable cropping. Let me know if you'd prefer I ask this in a new thread. Thanks,Matt.
  7. Hi Brandon, Thanks very much - this worked great! Is there a way I can also add some CSS to cap the width of the top nav? Thanks,Matt.
  8. Hi Brandon, Thanks very much - this worked great! Is there a way I can also add some CSS to cap the width of the top nav? Thanks,Matt.
  9. I'm using the York template for my portfolio and it's great except for the fact that I can't set a max width for the content on the site meaning that on large screens (such as my 27 inch display) the images become drastically oversized. In the 'style editor' under the 'site' section there is a 'site max width' control though it does not seem to have any effect on the max width of the content in the page. Would really appreciate some help with this. Thanks,Matt.
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