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derricksrandomviews

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derricksrandomviews last won the day on December 27 2020

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  1. Change the first three posts to a wall or grid, not a carousel and they should stack on mobile view, not hide the third one.
  2. You can adjust the last section height from medium to small. To change individual page section padding: Click Edit on a page, then click the pencil icon on a section. In the Format tab, use the Section Height and Content Width options to adjust the amount of space in the section. In the Background tab, click Full Bleed or Inset to set the width of the section content.
  3. A 7.1 template blog listing page looks a lot like a summary block. What you need to do is open the blog post settings. Go to your blog page in "pages" there are the tree dots click on that choose settings then options, there you add your thumbnail that shows up on your first post, the excerpt text block is there too, and change left justify the text there that is in that post.
  4. Yes it does, Those images are from a blog summary block. The blog page itself is most likely in the unlinked setion of the site. and those look like blog summary items and the text gets aligned in the blog excerpt under the options panel in the blog post settings. I do the same thing on my site, see it here: https://myrandomviews.com/storysummary Scroll down a bit and you will see the posts. And here as well: https://myrandomviews.com/stories/lessons
  5. Adjust the header vertical padding as low as possible. Edit the section with the title and set the height for small. Those two things will help reduce the space. Enlarge your logo as well.
  6. Comments in the blog are the best way, and a blog page is also the best way. How about this 7.1 starting design, simple layout for both blog and images, not a lot of extra stuff to get in the way: https://grove-demo.squarespace.com/
  7. One of the simplest photography sites that has been posted here for folks to look at. It is also one of the most effective for getting the photographer's "point of view" across to a visitor. Very smart site in my opinion. The only suggestions I have is to make the footer a bit sharper, add a horizontal line and underneath that another can't miss contact button. Also a simple back to top button or link in case vistors want a second look at the images. You can keep it simple by pasting this in a code block in your footer under the horizontal line: <p><a href="#" c
  8. Auto play is set by the video hosting service if available, it isn't a Squarespace setting. This support guide explains all about embedded videos in Squarespace, all templates behave the same. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002068368-Autoplaying-videos
  9. I am a bit uncertain of what you are asking. If you are using a blog summary block, text alignment follows the way the excerpt is aligned and that is done in the blog post excerpt block itself. The code you posted would be for the summary block item not for the actual blog post excerpt. To change justificaion for one post excerpt in 7.1 go to the blog page, click the three little dots next to the post thumbnail, click settings, then options, then the text icon (next to P2) then choose left, center, or right.
  10. https://www.solodev.com/blog/web-design/adding-an-infinite-client-logo-carousel-to-your-website.stml
  11. Hamburger menu icon is almost standard with mobile view, and many here want it on all devices so it shouldn't be a problem for the majority of viewers to your site.
  12. Sometimes this error takes place when signed in and and in configuration/design, but does not when the site is viewed as a visitor.
  13. Is Google's opinion the only one to consider? https://siipo.la/blog/is-webp-really-better-than-jpeg
  14. Log into Go Daddy cPanel. In the Domains section, click the Subdomains icon. Under Modify a Subdomain, click the Manage Redirection link to the right of the subdomain you wish to redirect. In the text box, type the URL to which you would like visitors to be redirected if they go to the subdomain (e.g. http://domain.com/optional-stuff). Click Save.
  15. I post my blog posts on my personal facebook page as well as linking my FB page on my Squarespace site as well. For my business sites, I have links to a business page and group page on Facebook to those sites and the other way around. It all works together. https://myrandomviews.com/
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