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ChamStudios

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  1. I am developing a website for a public library, and would love any suggestions/ideas to format the navigation menu(s) to look like books on a shelf. In addition (or instead), are there any ways of creating clickable sections within a single image? I am interested in uploading a floorplan of the library that would allow people to click on various sections (e.g. where the "history" section lives in the physical building), which would then open a page with online resources or information related to that particular section of the library. Thanks for any suggestions you may have!
  2. @tuanphan -- No solution yet; working on other aspects of the site currently and will swing back around to this when I have a chance.
  3. I am creating a website using the Henson template (Tremont family). I have used the Design > Site Styles to set up overlay opacities that I like, but there is one customization that does not seem possible with the built-in styles: At the bottom of each "Portfolio" index (/brand, /data, and /web), the "collectionDesc" reappears, overlaid on the media image for that index. I would like to add a white background overlay at 95% opacity when this happens, so the image looks ghosted and the text is more legible. I can accomplish this by setting the Overlay Opacity under "Index Overlay/Bac
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