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jennik1

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  1. I figured it out! In the custom color palette, I was able to change the color that it was pulling from for the overlay, to white. No more muted image 🙂
  2. Site URL: https://parkerisaacadipress.squarespace.com Hi guys, I'm working on a site (https://parkerisaacadipress.squarespace.com) built on the Stanton Template. I'd like to remove the transparency overlay being applied to the cover page image. I've searched the forums, and found an answer to this same question for someone using the Naomi template. They ended up using custom CSS code that fixed the issue: .homepage .index-image-overlay { background: rgba(28,13,10,0); } However, when I tried this in my template it didn't work. I came across two issues: 1) it didn't seem to "take" - once I pasted the code there wasn't an "apply" or "save" button so nothing changed. 2) there's a "note" explaining "custom CSS does not apply to cover pages - so I imagine since this image overlay exists on the "home" page, the code won't take... Can anyone help to figure this out? Thank you so much in advance. Regards, Kristy
  3. Hi all - I have a large image on my homepage that consists of a book image on the left and quote text on the right. This looks great in desktop (see pic) but for mobile the whole image shrinks so much that the text is a bit too small and the overall page is too short (see pic) I'd love to reconfigure the image for the mobile version only, so that the image and quote are stacked instead of side by side. If I pop this new stacked image into the editor while in the mobile view, will the image replace in desktop and tablet views as well (I don't want them to)? Or will this efect the mobile version only (I hope so!). Thank you for any help!! - KJ
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