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hollyo

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  1. Through some trial and error, I found another solution and learned 2 things: 1 - Squaresapce doesn't use the same class/selector IDs for all templates -- not sure why this surprises me, but it does. 2 - when you have a CSS class with a space in it (as some of my template's classes do, then you have to call both words in the class separately. e.g., my footer nav's class was "footer-nav clear" but I had to {display: none;} for both .footer-nav and .clear. (put in Inject Code on the main Index page) <style> #footerBlocksTop, #footerBlocksMiddle, #footerBlocksBottom { display: none !
  2. Hi Squarespace community, I've gone through the forums and tried the responses to many similar questions, but they are not working for my template (Rover, a derivative of Brine). I'm trying to build a sales page, so I need just this one index page to be header- and footer-free. The most common suggestion is to do something like: <style> #header, #footer, #preFooter, #MainNavigation { display: none !important; } </style> This works on templates like Pacific, but not on my template. For example, when I call #header { display: none; } on a Rover index page, it turns of
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