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wallacewebdesign

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  1. In addition to the two sets of CSS supplied by @Beyondspace above I added the following: /*Reduce Bottom Margin of Blog Item Top Wrapper */ .blog-item-wrapper .blog-item-top-wrapper { margin-bottom: -18px !important; /* SQS default set at 70px */ } In my case there was a large space above where the Tags were displaying. I massaged it to -18px so it looked good in my case. Others' experience may differ, adjust accordingly. Note that I do realize that the space between a Blog Post Title and the top of the Blog Post Content is controlled by the Edit Section "Header Spacing" slider, that slider has a bottom limit of 10px. So, even accounting for that there was still too large a gap for what I wanted. I decided to keep the CSS I used above and not have to adjust that Header Spacing slider for each blog post, one less thing to remember. Thanks to @Beyondspace for the code. I appreciate it.
  2. Using this code (it works for me on SQS 7.1): <div id="google_translate_element"></div> <script type="text/javascript" src="//translate.google.com/translate_a/element.js?cb=googleTranslateElementInit"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> function googleTranslateElementInit() { new google.translate.TranslateElement({pageLanguage: 'en'}, 'google_translate_element'); } </script> This is an important point: "Add to Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > **Footer**" My next trick will be to customize the display styling, but getting the basics to work is the first step. Thank you Tuanphan! As others have said, you're a wonderful resource!!!
  3. Thanks Tuanphan!!! As usual you've got pretty much exactly what I needed and have been a life-saver. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I had changed Call to Action button to a search block (found that trick elsewhere) and on mid-width displays the nav-menu was overlapping the search button. Using your code I was able to increase the width at which the hamburger menu displayed, thus preventing overlap. I had to make one change in order to have your code work in my situation. I changed "min-width" to "max-width". With that one change and no other changes it worked perfectly (other than experimenting until I found the width I needed it set to).
  4. I too would like to be able to setup variable payment (not a donation) through a squarespace-based website. As it is the only way I know of is to use a PayPal account (or other third-party payment processor), create a payment page on the Squarespace-based website, and include a Pay Now button on that page. PayPal does have an option to accept variable payment, it's been a while, don't remember how hard it was to find that option, but I did find that option. In this case, my client is a food based business and they would like to be able to accept payment for catering jobs directly through their Squarespace website. I have submitted a feature request to Squarespace Support.
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