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  1. I have exactly the same Problem on a clients site. If there is a solution - please let me know. πŸ™ Website link: https://www.weingut-diehl.com/kein-wein-products
  2. @tuanphan Thank you very much for your advice and the link.
  3. @tuanphan Hi, Tuan, thanks a bunch for the code snippet! It is exactly what I am looking for - tried it right now - but it doesn't work in a shop summery... it makes the first image invisible but the second isn't showing up - there is only a white space the... This is the website and page where I would like to us it: https://www.weingut-diehl.com/weinindex/#tasting-box-wahl In the "shop summery/preview" Squarespace does it as a standard feature - it would be perfect to have the same in this first shop/product overview... https://weingut-diehl.squarespace.com/tasting-box do you have any idea? Thanks in advance! Sabine
  4. @cloudier hi, try this: You have to put this code little code into the custom CSS: box .sqs-video-background { position fixed; top:0; } this may help. good luck πŸ˜‰
  5. @kiiana Hi, If you are using one of the Brine - Family Squarespace 7 Template with a normal business plan this is a solution: 1. Upload the file with the black logo : got to > design > custom CSS > Manage Custom Files (gray field at the bottom)> upload the image / logo Then make a space inside the CSS window for it and clic on the image in the "file box" The image URL will be shown in the CSS box in a gray color. 2. Copy the URL ( and delete it there after:-) Save the URL somewhere. 3. Then go to all pages where you want the black version and copy the code below into the PAGE > Header >Advanced > Code injection. replace the sample URL and put yours in. Thats it. Good luck. <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> $(function() {$('.Header-branding-logo, .Mobile-bar-branding-logo') .attr('src', 'https://static1.squarespace.com/static/longstringofnumbersandthenthefilename.jog </script>
  6. @Seanvt Think you already solved it? It looks perfect at desktop. But you can make the font size a bit smaller for mobile ? Then the break points will be better and you don't need the entire screen height - this will make it better readable...
  7. @Jori Perhaps a solution with an index may help or at least a kind of inspiration... ? - I used Brine -template. You have to adjust it of course. The cut photos shouldn't be a problem as long as every page uses the same height. you can check it out here:
  8. @ccrews @AdrienneN @meocoli Hi everybody, I am quite new in CSS and have only some basic knowledge and experience πŸ˜‰ but anyway I tried to find out how this could work...because I wanted it a lot ! By a lot of trial & error & time. - and not sure if the code is really a solution without mistakes - it works! Simple gallery: in Brine template and I used an index gallery with: layout slideshow, and the fixed height at 108vh. with 6 slides. #horizontal-gallery { width:600vw; margin-top:-5vw; margin-bottom:-5vw; overflow-x:scroll; overflow-y:hidden!important; position:absolut; } #horizontal-gallery .Index-gallery-item-image { width:100vw!important; max-height:105vh; margin-top:-0vw; padding-bottom:3.6vw; } #horizontal-gallery{ article:nth-of-type(1){ opacity:1.0; left:0vw!important; right:0vw; .Index-gallery-item-content {margin-left:-500vw!important; }} article:nth-of-type(2){ width:100vw!important; left:0vw!important; opacity:1.0; } article:nth-of-type(3){ width:100vw!important; left:100vw; } article:nth-of-type(4){ width:100vw!important; left:200vw; } article:nth-of-type(5){ left:-200vw!important; .Index-gallery-item-content {margin-left:-500vw!important; }} article:nth-of-type(6){ left:-100vw!important; .Index-gallery-item-content {margin-left:-500vw!important; }} } .Index-gallery-item-content-body p:nth-of-type(1){font-size:0.5em!important; color:#ccaa78; margin-top:-4vw!important; } A bit more complex is this version - but it's an entire index that works like this and so you are free with the content for each page. The scrolling go up and down while the window is horizontal - I love this !! πŸ™‚Sometimes the browser blocks the scrolling until you make the window a tiny bit larger or smaller - do not know why.... #collection-5f749ce77757eb5a41feb591{ .Content-outer { -webkit-overflow-scrolling: touch!important; overflow-scrolling: touch!important; overflow-x:hiddden; overflow-y:scroll!important; -webkit-overflow-y:scroll!important; transform: rotate(270deg) translateX(-100%); transform-origin: top left; top:0!important; position:absolute; width:100vh; height:100vw; top: 0vw; bottom:0vw; right: 0vw; left: 0vw; }} //turns/header/images #page-five, #page-four, #page-three, #page-two,.IndexFirstSectionHeight{ transform: rotate(90deg) translateY(-100vh)!important; transform-origin: top left!important; } //index first section #page-two{ width:120vw; margin-top:4vw; margin-bottom:40vw; } #page-two{ .Index-page-content.sqs-alternate-block-style-container{ margin-bottom:10vw; margin-left:-5%; }} #page-three {.Index-page-content{ position:absolute; margin-top:20vw!important; display:flex; flex-direction:column; align-items: center; justify-content:center!important; display: flex; flex-wrap: wrap; }} #page-five, #page-four, #page-three { width:100vw; } #page-four{margin-left:0vw; width:100vw; margin-top:45vw; //is left: margin-bottom:45vw; //is right: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1601546029396_3755{ width:40%; margin-left:30%; } #block-b1eda712c8f4ae9551f1{ width:100%; padding:0; } } .Index-nav{ display:none!important;} .Index-page-scroll-indicator{ transform: rotate(-90deg) translateY(0px)!important; margin-bottom:4vw; margin-left:-15vw!important; } To all of you much more experienced guys - if you see some mistakes - please let me know. here is the demo site: https://my-personal-test.squarespace.com/ the pw is: luck
  9. 1. Typing the text you will see the in this black text box. And the possibility to make the chosen text bold or italic. Italic is shown with this β€œ/β€œ slash sign. 2. In the style panel you can choose three headings h1 h2 h3 and normal. This is the same with all templates. So you will have 4 different possibilities. the font it self if serif or what ever you want - can be chosen in the style panel. than you can define whether you want capitalized or normal you can give each of them a different size. Same with line hight, and character distance.
  10. As I made some website for clients - would recommend you to use the Brine template or one of this family ( see squarespace help - Brine) - it is the best and has the most features and used by the most professional designers.
  11. But if you have a gallery block or a summery - and within this blocks a grid design you can adjust the distances very detailed.
  12. No. this is not possible. Only with CSS but this will bring you different problems. The Squarespace grid has 12 columns. Keep the mobile version in mind - then the spacer will appear on top of the next image on the right...
  13. Hello from germany πŸ™‚ I would use one of the "Brine" template family. In any case one with the most possibilities and features - (depending on your plan).
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