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clarkbeggs

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  1. Site URL: https://magnolia-shark-g9jd.squarespace.com/jobs-master?category=Ireland?category=Ireland Password: fiossftw I'm trying to change the text in the screenshot that says: "Posts in Ireland" to say "Jobs in Ireland" I used this code to make this change, but it affects all categories. So the page that should say "Jobs in United States" for example, ends up being changed to "Jobs in Ireland" as well. How can I target the categories separately? I tried putting the code as header injection and Custom CSS to no avail. .BlogList-filter { font-size: 0!important; } .BlogList-filter::before { content: "Jobs in Ireland"!important; font-size: 16px; color: hsla(202, 100%, 27%,.9); font-family: nunito-sans!important; }
  2. @tuanphan Any guidance on how to target just blog headers?
  3. Site URL: https://magnolia-shark-g9jd.squarespace.com/ Hi all, I'm looking to position the submit button in the screenshot on the right of the form field instead of below it. URL: https://magnolia-shark-g9jd.squarespace.com/ Site password is: fiossftw Template is Brine
  4. Ok thank you! How would I target just the blog page header to be blue before scroll?
  5. @tuanphan the access code is "fiossftw" That code is for making the header blue on blog pages only (without having to scroll)
  6. Site URL: https://magnolia-shark-g9jd.squarespace.com/ I've set up the header to be transparent on header images and on scroll it turns dark blue. On blog pages I need the header to be blue before scroll. Something in my CSS is conflicting and I've fiddle around with removing the important tag but I can't figure out how to make the code not conflict. Password to the site is: fiossftw Here's the CSS I'm using: .Header, Main Main--blog-item { background: hsla(202, 100%, 27%,.9)!important; position: fixed!important; z-index: 1000; width: 100%; padding-bottom: 15px; } .Header { background: hsla(202, 100%, 27%,.0)!important; position: fixed!important; z-index: 1000; width: 100%; } .Header.scrollNav { background: hsla(202, 100%, 27%,.9)!important; padding-bottom: 15px; } Thanks in advance for any guidance.
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