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  1. Many thanks....I'll take a look and mark this as solved. Regards, Tim
  2. Hi, Thanks for having a look, I didn't know in what order Squarespace was processing for mobile view. I'll have to see how best to arrange tose blocks into columns, it might be more pain than it's worth....
  3. Hi, Try the above from another poster tuanphan...the CSS works well for me
  4. Hi, brilliant....that works well....that lets me play about with the padding to get it looking correct. Oh, I did raise a related question on the forum related to the same footer blocks as in whether there was a way to arrange the blocks differently on mobile view. If you get a chance, you should be able to find that query under my name. In any respect, I'll mark this one as solved. Many thanks, Tim
  5. Hi, Still getting a syntax error; this is the complete CSS: /*Transparent Header*/ body:not(.tweak-transparent-header) .black-bold .header-announcement-bar-wrapper { background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.5)!important; -webkit-backdrop-filter: blur(10px); backdrop-filter: blur(10px); } /*Remove Link underlining*/ .sqs-block-html a {background-image:none!important} /*set padding to both logos for NON mobile devices*/ #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1583604405086_50557,#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1583519438823_33740 { padding:0px; !important; } /*set padd
  6. Hi, Thanks for this, because I already have some custom CSS when I add your above code underneath I get a syntax error but I'm unable to see on what line. This is the code I already have: //Transparent Header body:not(.tweak-transparent-header) .black-bold .header-announcement-bar-wrapper { background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.5)!important; -webkit-backdrop-filter: blur(10px); backdrop-filter: blur(10px) } .sqs-block-html a {background-image:none!important} Many thanks for your help, Tim
  7. https://lanternfish-salamander-gp6n.squarespace.com/ Access password is: AP5draftw3b! Thanks, Tim
  8. Hi, For the moment, I hadn't really had time to investigate using pseudo-elements but I might get back into that at a later date. Thank you very much for that link though. Regards, Tim
  9. Hi, It's https://lanternfish-salamander-gp6n.squarespace.com/ I have got another question I just asked on here related to the same footer items but for a different reason so could be good for you to look at that too as that's a CSS query. Thanks, Tim
  10. Hi, Is there any inbuilt way to arrange the order items appear in mobile view on Squarespace?...I ask as I have blocks on my footer that when on mobile view are not auto arranged in the most logical sense. Thanks, Tim
  11. Hi, I'm just trying to play about with changing the padding on two image blocks in my footer so that I have more control over their sizes in both desktop and mobile view: This is the current CSS I'm currently using but I'm not sure it's laid out correctly and could use some refinement: <style> /*set padding to both logos for NON mobile devices*/ @media screen and (min-width:640px) #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1583604405086_50557,#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1583519438823_33740 { padding:0px; !important; } </style> <style> /*set padding to both logos for
  12. Hi, Yes, definitely seems to only affect 7.1 sites Can you clarify what you meant by "Try using CSS :after :before instead" please. Thanks very much
  13. Hi, Slight change, I've created a test 7.1 site using exactly the same code injection and custom CSS as the main site and the issue remains but I thought it'd be better for testing a resolution rather than on the main site: https://gazelle-llama-glea.squarespace.com/ Password to access is: P@55AP5! Thanks, Tim
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