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Kwamzilla

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  1. Sadly not. The client also changed their mind and so now I'm not trying as earnestly to solve it as the immediate incentive is gone. It's still something on my radar so will post if/when I do.
  2. What a shame! This really should be an option - at the very least on higher up Commerce plans.
  3. @tuanphan Done. I've managed to get it to cover the image so now I'm figuring out: How to center text vertically. How to now set this to only appear on hover. Any advice or tips is greatly appreciated. EDIT: Have taken it off, for the moment, as it's driving me crazy and I may have to just use Image blocks with rollover gradient on desktop and a carousel on mobile as a work around for now. Thanks for your help. If you get time and think you can help some more, would really appreciate giving it another go.
  4. Thanks bud... Still gotta figure out how to make the caption & overlay fade in on hover but this is a big step forward.
  5. Sure https://ruby-recorder-wp9w.squarespace.com/?password=letsconnect There are a few galleries on the page atm, since I'm having a fiddle, but it's the 3 videos under the H2 "Videos" that I'm focused on atm. Thanks
  6. Definitely something that needs fixing. Especially with the "Duplicate Site" feature... What if you create a "template" and want to use it for a different client... But then they have all the old photos cluttering up their page!
  7. Had a thought that I'd like to play around with, which would essentially be getting a video block and text block to display side by side like a card/collage block. Particularly, I'm thinking of getting it to display vertically aligned like you can with a card block using CSS as, currently, if I place a text and video block side-by-side, the text vertically aligns to the top of the video. I also want to avoid using spacers as it's not super exact and want to avoid things looking janky on mobile. And then I'll probably use this to try and adjust block order if needed. Ideally, once I have a basic idea of how to do this, I can then mess around with it more to create some more interesting designs. Can anyone offer any help?
  8. This is fab - do you know if there is a way of styling it?
  9. This worked really well for me but I wonder, is there a less clunky way?i.e.Is there a code that we could put into the header of each page individually rather than having to go to "Custome CSS"?I ask because I would like to use this effect for multiple indexes and it would be more efficient if I could just copy and paste each time.
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