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dimsk

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    dimsk got a reaction from Bwad in How can I change the opacity background of the lightbox ?   
    Hey,
    If you use a solid colour or a colour with an alpha channel like rgba you can set this.
    Try adding this into Design > Custom CSS. You can switch the background colour to whatever suits. To change the opacity, you can reduce the 1 down to 0.8 for example to have 80% opacity:
    .sqs-lightbox-slide{ background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 1) }
    Hope that helps!
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    dimsk got a reaction from ashleemundywebsitedesign in How can I remove the header + nav + footer from a Rover/Brine template *index* page?   
    Hey @hollyo
    Brine uses different IDs and Classes than other templates.
    In the Case of the header and footer it uses classes. You can simplify your code down a bit with just:
    <style> .Header, .Footer{ display:none !important; } </style>
    With the style tags it is designed to go into individual per page Code Injection
    @MrFrog @lanabe try disabling ajax loading if your site appears correctly after reloading the page.
    Hope that helps :)
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    dimsk got a reaction from Osio in How can I change the opacity background of the lightbox ?   
    Hey,
    If you use a solid colour or a colour with an alpha channel like rgba you can set this.
    Try adding this into Design > Custom CSS. You can switch the background colour to whatever suits. To change the opacity, you can reduce the 1 down to 0.8 for example to have 80% opacity:
    .sqs-lightbox-slide{ background: rgba(255, 255, 255, 1) }
    Hope that helps!
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    dimsk got a reaction from conradseto in Instagram Block Full Bleed?   
    Not sure if anyone else is looking for this, but thought I'd share.
    Not an ideal solution as it goes outside of margins to avoid having to remove padding and margins from all blocks. The values of the margins will need to be edited to fit your site but the following should give people a starting position.
    On my end I was using the Carousel design:
    //desktop @media (min-width:961px) { .instagram-block{ padding-left:0px !important; padding-right:0px !important; //margin-left:-40px !important; //margin-right:-40px !important; width:100vw !important; left:0% !important; margin-left:-168px !important; } } //tablet @media (max-width:960px){ .instagram-block{ padding-left:0px !important; padding-right:0px !important; width:100vw ; left:0% !important; margin-left:-17px !important; } } //mobile @media (max-width:640px) { .instagram-block{ padding-left:0px !important; padding-right:0px !important; width:100vw ; left:0% !important; margin-left:-3px !important; } }
    Hope this helps someone!
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