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jessmartinez

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  1. Yes, sorry about that. It took me a while to realize I needed to add another footer section above the original one so that the top border would show up. I hope it helps anyone who's also looking for an answer to this!
  2. Hi! I'm having trouble adding a custom image as a border/section divider. I'm following this tutorial but it's not working for me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CL0mKjrVGDI the website is befluent.ca, and this is my code. I just want to add a top border to my footer: [data-section-id="5e82b6064550494f9872bfdb"] { overflow: visible; &:before { content: ''; width: 100%; height: 100px; top: 0; left: 0; background-image: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ddda52234a3a5066152f7c4/t/5eff47f7f00dfd0e1791b116/1593788409105/Border-WavyBlack.png); background-size: contain; background-repeat: repeat-x; background-position: bottom; margin-top: -315px; position: absolute; pointer-events: none; @media screen and (max-width: 800px) { background-size: 200% 50%; } } } Please help, thanks!
  3. @RyanDejaegher Thank you so much!
  4. @ryandejaegher yes please, can you post the code here?
  5. @ryandejaegher No, I just want the banner section to be hidden, but the title will still show up, and be right on top of the blog content, exactly like this:
  6. @ryandejaegher I've just checked, and if I remove the thumbnail it displays the blog post title like in the screenshot. However I prefer to have the option to upload the thumbnail. My plan is to create a page with summary blocks, so I would need those thumbnails to show up for visual purposes 🙂 And yes, it is a bit weird! When I started building out my website using this theme I didn't realize that the individual blog post would have a giant banner as a title, and it honestly doesn't look nice. I just thought it would look like how regular blog posts look I am thinking that my workaround for now would be to type the blog title on the title field, and again within the blog post with an H2 format, and then just add a code to hide the banner title (unless you've managed to find a code, which would be so much better!) 😄
  7. @ryandejaegher Not quite, something like this without the banner completely, and the title is just above the rest of the blog post 🙂 (this screenshot is taken from the blog feed http://jecamartinez.com/blog-feed , but when you click on any of the posts, it leads to the blog with the banner header) But I can also consider doing something like what you did with just a plain colored background. What code did you use to get that effect? (just so I have options)
  8. @ryandejaegher @tuanphan Oh sorry! Here it is: https://www.jecamartinez.com/blog-feed/draft-title
  9. @tuanphan www.jecamartinez.com/blog-feed/draft-title
  10. @tuanphan I'm still setting up my blog, but it looks like this in the screenshot. I don't want to have a banner on top of each blog post, but when I use your code it also hides my blog title. I'd like the blog title to appear on top of my paragraphs part in the picture like a typical blog post
  11. @tuanphan Sorry to bring this up again but I also have the same issue. The code works but it also hides my blog title, and I still want that to show up. Is there a way to do this without me having to type my blog title in the title field, AND again in the paragraph just so it will show up? I feel like that would look weird. Thanks!
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