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MeridithBP

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  1. I was having this issue, too. After seeing this thread I checked my injection code and the issue appeared to be some code that I had placed in my Header injection area. When I went back to my original download link to see if the developer had made any updates I realized that I had missed a message that had come from him a while back alerting me to an update in the code. Once I followed his instructions to replace the code in my header and footer injection areas...BOOM. All looks and works great again.
  2. The issue appears to be related to some custom code I'm using on that page to create split grid layouts. Specifically, the mobile line controlling .section-background-overlay.
  3. Site URL: https://saffron-scarlet-d6ge.squarespace.com/ I was comparing all the desktop and mobile views on a site I am just about finished designing for a client [ https://saffron-scarlet-d6ge.squarespace.com/ ] when I realized that there is a mysterious background color overlapping the top of my footer content, but JUST on the home page, and JUST in mobile view. I've tried swapping the three footer sections around to see if the issue only persists in relation to a specific section or block, but it seems to persist no matter which of the three sections appears at the top of the footer. I also tried making adjustments to the color palette styles' background colors for various image/list/text blocks, but that also did nothing to alleviate the problem. Any ideas?
  4. Site URL: https://sparrow-opossum-cbnn.squarespace.com/about#our-team I have built a "team" section on my client's 7.0 Brine site at https://sparrow-opossum-cbnn.squarespace.com/about#our-team (p/w: Melissa) that leverages code blocks to create a hover effect/light box for each team member. It looks great on desktop, but when you move over to mobile, because they are individual blocks, they stack in a single column. Since there are a lot of team members, this makes for a very long scroll, so I would like to have them stack in two columns on mobile screens. Is there some simple CSS I can use to target these blocks in mobile?
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