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inside_the_square

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  1. Hey there Squarespacers! I just clicked the "publish" button on my new "Intro to CSS" tutorial on YouTube channel. If you are brand new to all things CSS, this is a great place to start! Hope ya love it ♥ 

     

     

  2. Hey @rkho - i have the codes your looking for! 😄 In 7.1 sites, large paragraph goes by the code name ".sqsrte-large", Medium paragraph text is the normal "p" and small paragraph text goes by ".sqsrte-small" Why? I have no idea, but that's what works for my 7.1 sites! Haha I also have a list of all the other text types like quotes, forms, button types, images, etc on pages 16 - 26 in my CSS cheat sheet if you have a copy of that. Plenty of other text code names to work with 👍👍
  3. Hey @TWozTallman If you go to squarespace.com you should already be logged in! Be sure to reach out to their support team if you can't get into the site editor. I usually go right to live chat on the bottom right of this page. Once you are all set and logged in, I have a free step-by-step tutorial on exactly how to step up a blog in Squarespace that you can check out on my YouTube channel; link below. Hope all that helps! Best of luck ♥
  4. Hey @oxmoserecords - I can help ya 🙂 That low highlight effect can be done with a little clever background gradient code. I have a tutorial about it on my youtube channel here. Long story short, this code will add that effect for active links: .Header-nav-item--active{ background: linear-gradient(to bottom, #FFF 50%, #0015ff 50%)!important; color: #000!important} And this one will do it for you on a hover. .Header-nav-item:hover{background: linear-gradient(to bottom, #FFF 50%, #0015ff 50%)!important; color: #000!important} You can play around with those percentages to make it perfect for your own site aesthetic 🙂 Hope this helps - let me know how it goes!
  5. Hey @DanielLucasDesigns! I just took a look and the menu is full color for me over here 😕 maybe something just got stuck in the code and you just need to "turn it off and back on again" aka reload the site builder page? If the problem still persists, you can add this code to force the open menu to be full color: .header--menu-open .header-menu.black-bold .header-menu-bg {background-color: #266880!important; opacity:1!important;}
  6. Yay!! So glad that did the trick 🥳 And thanks for subscribing! I am actually working on my tutorials for April right now, they are all focused on images because there are PLENTY of more random nuances like that to share 👍👍
  7. Oooooh I gotcha!! That link clears all this up - your not using a block gallery slideshow, your using a stacked slideshow! This is the code you're looking for: .sqs-system-gallery .slide-meta .title {font-family:Europa!important; font-size: 99px!important; color: #000000!important; } Give that one a try 👍👍
  8. Hey @hunterleath - I have a code that should do the trick! Use this to scoot that container down to the bottom of the image, and adjust these percentages to get it aligned the way you want it to be. .slide-meta-content{top:90%!important; left:20%!important} And if you want to align that text to the left instead of centered, we gotta update that percentage to something closer to this: .slide-meta-content{top:90%!important; left:50%!important; text-align:left} Anywho, give those a try and let me know how it goes! 👍👍
  9. Hey @dfinc - that is super strange! So Europa is assigned to a different text type in your site styles menu but still not showing up for your meta? So strange! Can you send me a link to your site, and let me know what text type it is assigned to? I'll hop into your source code to see what name the system gave it so we can use it in that code. Feel free to DM me if you don't want to post the link publicly.
  10. Hey @dfinc! Sometimes you need to make sure a browser prioritizes your code over the main site styles file by telling it that your line is important... by literally adding the word !important 🙂 Try this version and let me know how it goes. Also, even though Georgia is a font available in Squarespace, that doesn't mean it's installed on your site! Make sure that font is actively installed from a selection in your site styles menu, or manually install it from Google; I have a tutorial on that here. .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-title { font-family: georgia!important; font-size: 99px!important; color: #000000!important; } Hope all that helps!
  11. Hey @klingercreative - first off, love your color scheme and your ADORABLE logo ♥ Anywho, this code should do the trick for ya; let me know how it goes! #categoryNav nav li {float:none!important}
  12. Hey Folks! In 7.1 galleries are set up differently than they used to be in 7. Long story short, it is no longer a width % or px issue, it's actually a setting that says how many are being displayed in a row. The snippet below will specify the # of columns displayed - 2 in this example. And to apply this only to a gallery in one specific page section, you can use that section id first. So... this code to target all grids galleries: @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { .gallery-grid-wrapper{ grid-template-columns: repeat(2, auto)!important;}] Or this version for just the one section: @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { [data-section-id="123456789"] .gallery-grid-wrapper{ grid-template-columns: repeat(2, auto)!important;}} One SUPER important thing I want to mention - i am sure you all noticed that we get a mobile preview and a desktop preview... and thats it! It turns out that 7.1 was designed with one main break point at 991; so double check when your galleries are moving down to one and adjust that 640 accordingly ♥ #protip Anywho, hope that helps! Let me know how it goes 🙂
  13. Hey @dbtherd! This is a great question, and it all comes down to the element name. In pretty much all sites, all paragraph text is p and all links are a as in active link. Blog post titles are different for some theme families, and 7.1 is a whole different ball game. On the off chance you are using a Brine theme, the blog post itself are .BlogItem-title and in an on page summary. it's called .BlogList-item-title In Bedford & Pacific , it's .entry-title and for Five, its .entry-title a because why make things easy?? Haha! 😝 Anywho, I hope this info helps you get going in the right direction. Feel free to reply if you are using a different theme family and need some helping tracking those code names down. Always up for solving a good mystery 🙂 All my best - Becca
  14. Hey @deirdrep - sorry this answer is a bit late but I am just now hopping back into the forums! Anywho, if you still need the code, this button will keep it active on all breakpoints and hide that hamburger for ya. Hope it helps! And let me know how those margins/paddings look after you try it; depending upon the size of the text in your button we might need to finesse this fit a little... keep me posted! 🙂 .header-burger {display: none!important} .header-actions .btn, .header-actions .header-actions-action--cta {display:flex!important; visibility:visible; margin:auto!important; order: 2!important;}
  15. Hey @rsmith3074 - I realize you posted this weeks ago but I just now got back onto the forum and wanted to share the answer in case you still needed it! I use CSS to do this; this code does the trick for me. Hope it helps! .header-burger { display:flex!important} .header--menu-open .header-menu {opacity: 1!important;visibility: visible!important;} .header-nav, .header-actions {visibility:hidden!important}
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