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  1. Hi Chris, I've added border-color: <style> .collection a { color: #ffffff !important; border-color: #ffffff !important; } </style>
  2. Hi @ThomasFalcone Set the Site Width to 100% and Outer Padding to 20px. To position the header you can use CSS: #header { margin-top: 40px; margin-left: 20px; }
  3. Hi @ungerwu Yes you can. Learn how: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815598-Switching-templates
  4. Hi @sandrae Go to Design > Custom CSS and paste this: .Header-nav-item:nth-child(2) { display: none; } .Header-nav-item:nth-child(4) { display: none; } .Header-nav-item:nth-child(5) { display: none; } .Mobile-overlay-nav-item:nth-child(2) { display: none; } .Mobile-overlay-nav-item:nth-child(4) { display: none; } .Mobile-overlay-nav-item:nth-child(5) { display: none; } Magne
  5. Hi Chris, First go to Design > Site Styles. Under Site Navigation set the Nav Link Color and Nav Button Color to black. Then open the page list, hover over your homepage and click the 'cogwheel'. In the window that opens, click on Advanced and inject this code: <style> .collection a { color: #ffffff !important; } </style> The navigation links should now be white on your homepage only. Magne
  6. Hi @DanRowley Go to Design > Custom CSS and add this code: @media only screen and (min-width: 801px) { #footerBlocks-2 { margin-top: 20px; } } It will move the social logos down the page only on desktop. If you want the same on mobile just use: #footerBlocks-2 { margin-top: 20px; } Magne
  7. Hi @losaltoseyecare This will change your last navigation item to red, and turn grey on hover: #topNav li:last-child a { color: red; } #topNav li:last-child a:hover { color: #666666; } #mobileNav li:last-child a { color: red; } Magne
  8. Hi @nazaninp This worked for me: .button.sqs-system-button { font-weight: 700 !important; } .button.sqs-system-button:hover { color: hsl(48, 100%, 61%) !important; } Magne
  9. @Lola23 #mobileNav li a:hover { text-decoration: underline !important; } or: #mobileNav li a:hover { border-bottom: 1px solid !important; } (I guess you can skip all those li's) Magne
  10. Hi @Lola23 Put this in Design > Custom CSS: #mobileNav li a { line-height: 1.6em !important; } #mobileNav.menu-open { height: 220px !important; margin-top: -1em !important; } Magne
  11. @Ramblings If you don't want space to the left of the first image and to the right of the last image in the gallery, you can add this: .slide:first-child img { border-left: none !important; } .slide:last-child img { border-right: none !important; } Magne
  12. Hi @Ramblings Paste this in Design > Custom CSS: .collection-type-gallery .sqs-active-slide img { border-left: 20px solid; border-right: 20px solid; border-color: #ffffff !important; } Magne
  13. Hi @TORM3NTO It's called a Cover Page. Read more: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543377 Magne
  14. Hi @caseybrooke Sorry for the late reply. I don't have a solution to the mobile issue (perhaps others who read this can help?) If you can't figure it out you may consider change color/increase the size of the 'i'-button to make it more visible: .ctrl-button.info { top: 5% !important; right: 1% !important; } .icon-info:before { color: orange !important; font-size: 40px !important; } An observation: Because of the 'locked' adressbar your slideshow appears extremely narrow in landscape mode. To enable full screen (at least in Chrome): #fullscreenBrowser { height: 100vh !important; } .slideshow { height: 100% !important; margin-top: 0 !important; } I hope this was helpful. Magne
  15. Hi @caseybrooke In Design > Site Styles > Gallery Styles > Gallery Initial View - select 'Infoview'. Magne
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