Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
Advanced Search


Circle Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Vigasan last won the day on December 16 2018

Vigasan had the most liked content!


About Vigasan

  • Rank
    Authorized Trainer

Personal Information

Recent Profile Visitors

1,667 profile views
  1. Make sure you have it wrapped in <style> before the css and </style> after the CSS.
  2. It's a bug, use this code to hide it for now until Squarespace fixes it. Add to DESIGN > CUSTOM CSS: .form-wrapper .field-list legend{ display: none; }
  3. Classes don't have spaces. "folder-collection folder" means it has two classes. You can target either ".folder-collection" or ".folder".
  4. Since your template doesn't have clicks on the folder name by default, you have to do it manually by using JQuery to wrap your folder name in <a> tags, and then setting the default <a> take to pointer-events: none so that only your manual tags can be clicked.
  5. Unfortunately since this would require a little more work, it may be easier for you to do a booking via the link in my signature. The steps are as follows if you want to try it out yourself though. Add the button into a code block in your footer Use Javascript .appendTo function to move the button after the last menu item Use CSS to style it as needed so it looks in line with the rest of the content.
  6. Hey Nicole, is my code currently entered into the website still? If not, could you put it back in and let me know when it's in?
  7. No I actually wasn't a student there, I was just hired to work out some of the bugs with the dschool website 🙂
  8. Ah that's definitely the case then. Do you have a link to the website so I can see if there's anything I can do in terms of coding?
  9. Use this in DESIGN > CUSTOM CSS. #collection-5e14ae8ae375184c7b011c19 .date{ display: none;} It looks like you have two different pages: https://devbio.stanford.edu/david-hogness-memoriam-guestbook (what you're looking at) https://devbio.stanford.edu/david-hogness-memoriam-guestbook/2020/1/7/guestbook (What you commented above and we're looking at)
  10. If you want the whole websites background to change, the code above will work. If you want just the section on the right to have a different color but the menu on the left stay white, you can use this instead. Click the gear icon beside the page name, go to ADVANCED and insert the following code. <style> #page{ background-color: #a4a4a4; } </style> Change the color as needed.
  11. Can you take a screenshot of where you're seeing it?
  12. I also don't see the date anymore. But you can try modifying the code slightly to this. P.S. I worked on the dschool portion of your school website! The original developers did an amazing job making that website out of Squarespace (https://dschool.stanford.edu/) <style> .collection-type-blog.view-item span.date { display: none !important; } </style>
  13. Unfortunately to keep banners responsive, that's the method Squarespace uses. What you could do instead is upload a blank black background, then use an image block to upload your logo on top of it.
  14. Hey, unfortunately that's not possible on Haute. If it had support for index pages, you could've used that with some custom coding but it doesn't have support for index pages either. Your best bet would be to change template.
  15. Hey Hollie, the easiest way to do this is to upload both the mobile and the desktop images, then hide the incorrect one as needed with custom CSS. Or you could even set up a whole section for desktop and another section for mobile, and hide each section as needed.
  • Create New...