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  1. You would need something like readmore.js and then could write some javascript for it.
  2. You've shot yourself in the foot there, mate, by using image blocks. My suggestion would be to rebuild that section using a Gallery Block (You're on 7.0 Bedford right?) as it will be easier to manage in future and less fiddly with code and less likely to break in general for things like this. That said, this one actually isn't too hard and should work with: @media (max-width: 640px) { #collection-612c9ebd5d3d1a3a142c6c28 .sqs-col-3 { width: 50%!important; float: auto!important; } } It's not too bad in this instance but using native blocks tends to be better imo.
  3. For the main section on the homepage? OR other pages too? Super! If you can mark it as the "best answer" it'll help others with the same issue find a solution quicker 🙂
  4. Have you tried adding to the page header?
  5. Yes. However, it would look less awkward. To do that, you'd (likely) just need to move whatever code is in your code injection to run it currently into the code injection for the homepage: Click the cog on the page > advanced > page header injection And that should do the trick. For the cookie thing, to get it to work only once per session/on first visit, you'd have to figure out if there's GDPR work there, just as a note. If you want help there, to be honest, I haven't seen it done on Squarespace before but it should be possible. I'm pretty booked up right now but if you're looking to hire I can check my availability in the coming weeks?
  6. Hi Ben, small world, I think we may have a mutual frind! Anyhow, the issue is partly to do with having parallax turned on. The following should help: @media (max-width: 640px) { /*Image - ensure min-height is larger than section*/ img.custom-fallback-image.loaded { min-height: 60vh; } /*Sectioon*/ #collection-612c9ebd5d3d1a3a142c6c28 .Intro.Intro--has-image, #collection-612c9ebd5d3d1a3a142c6c28 .Parallax-item { min-height: 50vh; } }
  7. First off, really cool text at the start! Secondly, one way would be to use javascript to set a cookie, which might be a bit of a pain. An easier solution would be to only apply the code you've used to your home page, as honestly, that'll be where they're going first. Lastly, optimising for both is case by case but generally as a rule of thumb: compress your images make sure they have alt-text check for any junk/unecessary code test on a number of devices and have your styling mobile-first (i.e. desktop not media queries) if you're mobile focused ensure that you've designed for both - i.e. don't just rely on Squarespace to "convert" for mobile
  8. Use a media query. For example. //h3 font change// h3 { font-family: roboto; font-weight: 500; line-height: 1.8em; font-size: 14px; text-transform: uppercase; letter-spacing: .2em; @media (max-width: 640px) { font-size: YOURFONTSIZE; } }
  9. Thank you. Please mark my answer if it's answered your question as it'll help others find one in future.
  10. Hey @Sionski You're going to be hard pushed to get this without making the spacing look horrible. That progress bar for each track needs space to breathe. Regardless, you can play with this: .sqs-audio-playlist .track { margin-bottom: 2%; } .track-progress-bar { padding-bottom: 2%; } Play with those percentages to adjust the spacing.
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