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rishachesterfield

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  1. Hi @dotandpeg, do you have a screenshot of this happening? I just tested on my iphone using Chrome and Safari and wasn't able to replicate.
  2. @hayleykimstudios You'll turn that off by going to Site Styles > Animations and selecting "None".
  3. @drdon23Also, if you're on Squarespace 7.0, you'll have to go to Website to see Design. If you're in Squarespace 7.1, Design is moved to Site Styles, which is a paint brush icon in the upper right corner.
  4. This can currently only be adjusted with custom CSS. You can use the following code to change the background color: .header-nav-folder-content{background-color: #f6cd37!important} Feel free to adjust the hex number to the color you need. My friends at Ghost Plugins also have more code you can add to change the navigation link colors in the folder.
  5. If you're using Squarespace 7.1 you'll need to create a dropdown called "Offer" in the Main Navigation. Then drag the pages you would like to showcase under that folder. A drop down will be created. You can read more here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813818-Adding-dropdowns-to-your-navigation#toc-add-pages-to-the-dropdown
  6. Yes! You can insert a button or linked text to allow visitors to download PDF. You'll choose "file" in the link editor and upload your PDF. More information in these Squarespace articles: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206232858-Adding-links-to-your-site#toc-link-to-files https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813928-Uploading-and-managing-files
  7. Try setting the numbered text blocks to "Align Bottom". That should help to close the gap on the live site.
  8. Hi! Site is looking great! Do you have any custom code on your site?
  9. You can use code to hide a specific section on mobile: @media screen and (max-width:640px) { section[data-section-id="65b2b0e8812f873bc43b9709"] { display: none; } } Of course, be sure to change the section ID out for the section ID on your site.
  10. Can you type the name of the page you're wanting to link to?
  11. You can either type "/" to see a list of pages on your site. Or you can type in the name of the page and then select it from the drop down.
  12. This could either be within the graphics themselves or a setting within your site. Could you share the url with us? That will make it easier to answer your question.
  13. You can make the "Join Now" button in the header link directly to the product page. Directions are here. And have it point to the this url: https://www.forgedwellness.com/join/p/forged-amputee-wellness-program. If this wasn't what you were looking for, please say so we can continue to help!
  14. I, too, am looking for a solution to this. Any help would be great! @tuanphan
  15. When signing up for Squarespace, you'll receive a free domain, which looks like yoursite.squarespace.com. Have you connected your custom domain to your site, or purchased a domain through Squarespace?
  16. Hello! When in edit mode of text, you have the option to add a background to the text block. More information here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813798-Text-blocks#toc-add-a-background-color You can also add shapes to sections: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/8772134852493 When two or more blocks overlap , you'll have the option to move the block backwards or forwards within the toolbar.
  17. Here's a couple options: Within Squarespace, you can remove the current titles and add a text block directly under the images that spans the width of the images and add your text there. Or you can use a photo editor to bring the two images into one, export, and then give the combined image a title.
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