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KwameAndCo

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  1. Seems like you've solved it using an ::after element? You may wish to consider automating the numbering fo make it a bit more future proof. Saves you CSS and doesn't break if you change the link like you curently have it - so much less maintenance. I think I wrote a snippet for it previously that I was going to put up for free on my plugin store. Shall I tag you if I find it?
  2. This would require javascript as it is not possible with pure CSS unless you wish to manually re-add. That would also not be accessible. I might have a plugin I've created for this somewhere lying around in but it would definitely require javascript.
  3. Ah I thought you'd have a media query already. /*Squareskills - Mobile Slideshow Caption*/ @media (min-width: YOURBREAKPOINT) { #YourSectionID { li.slide.list-item { flex-direction: column; } .slide-media-container { position: relative!important; height: auto!important; aspect-ratio: 3 / 2; //select your own Aspect Ratio here } .slide-content.list-item-card-background.list-item-rich-animation { margin: 0!important; position: relative; width: 100%!important; flex: 1; //remove if you don't want full-height captions } .list-item-content__description p { font-size: YOURSIZE; //set your font size } } } I can't see the page anymore but you can just target the text with that last selector. You might need to use !important.
  4. You're going to struggle a bit due to the very different lengths of the testimonials, so you'll need to consider tweaking based on that. Anyway, this will create a layout where the image is stacked on /*Squareskills - Mobile Slideshow Caption*/ #YourSectionID { li.slide.list-item { flex-direction: column; } .slide-media-container { position: relative!important; height: auto!important; aspect-ratio: 3 / 2; //select your own Aspect Ratio here } .slide-content.list-item-card-background.list-item-rich-animation { margin: 0!important; position: relative; width: 100%!important; flex: 1; //remove if you don't want full-height captions } } However, if you try to ensure all images have the same aspect ratio you'll get this (excuse the poor cropping) where there is empty space. You can use the "flex: 1" to turn that section blue (in your case) but it'll still be empty space to consider.
  5. Here /*Squareskills - Summay Block Hover Titles*/ //target page #collection-5cbc83a4419202c35e7506e7 { .summary-title { position: absolute; inset: 0; z-index: 999; display: flex; justify-content: center; align-items: center; opacity: 1; transition: opacity .3s ease; //adjust timing to your liking } summary-item:hover .summary-title { opacity: 1; } } I included a transition to fade the text in/out to avoid jerkiness. Note: To avoid this being site wide I've targeted only the page you would like. You can alternatively target other pages via their collection ID or target specific summary blocks with their block ID.
  6. Link to the website please. You're going to need some javascript as well as CSS here, so hopefully you're on a business plan. But link the site and tag me and I can help.
  7. Reading this Tells me that it wouldn't be possible as we can't host text files on the root. See also
  8. First, you'll need to link to your website. Second you'll need to actually be specific about which exact parts of your site (And which page, section etc) you're referring to. If you're vague it's hard for anyone to help you.
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