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noie

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  1. Hello everyone. The floating pagination arrows for blog posts present in the Farro template aren't showing up for me in Chrome browsers. It seems like this is a known issue, specifically with these arrow symbols not showing in Chrome, as I believe the arrow referenced here (https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27265831/google-chrome-is-not-showing-arrow-sign) is the same one used for Farro's blog's floating pagination arrows, though I may be wrong. My website is still unpublished, so I can't link it. Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is it possible to replace the default symbols for the Farro template floating pagination arrows in blog posts? Is it possible via css? Below is some code for reference. I believe the red text is the arrow icons specifically. If necessary, I'd like to replace the default arrows with these: Right — https://fontawesome.com/icons/angle-right?style=solid Left — https://fontawesome.com/icons/angle-left?style=solid&from=io. Please let me know if any additional information is needed to solve this issue. Thanks in advance. ———————— FOR REFERENCE ———————— CSS: .tweak-icon-weight-heavy .Icon--caretLarge--left, .tweak-icon-weight-heavy .Icon--caretLarge--right, .tweak-icon-weight-heavy .Icon--caretSmall--left, .tweak-icon-weight-heavy .Icon--caretSmall--right HTML: <nav class="BlogItem-pagination clear BlogItem-pagination--loaded" data-controller="BlogItemPaginationArrows" data-controllers-bound="BlogItemPaginationArrows"> <a href="/home/traveling-with-some-intention" class="BlogItem-pagination-link BlogItem-pagination-link--prev"> <svg class="Icon Icon--caretSmall--left BlogItem-pagination-icon" viewBox="0 0 9 16"> <use xlink:href="/assets/ui-icons.svg#caret-left-small-icon"></use> </svg><!-- --><div class="BlogItem-pagination-content"> <h4 class="BlogItem-pagination-title">BLOG POST TITLE</h4> <div class="BlogItem-pagination-meta"><!-- Author --><span class="BlogItem-pagination-meta-item BlogItem-pagination-meta-item--author">AUTHOR NAME</span><!-- Date --><time class="BlogItem-pagination-meta-item BlogItem-pagination-meta-item--date" datetime="2019-10-11">October <span>11, </span>2019</time></div> </div> </a> <a href="/home/traveling-with-intention" class="BlogItem-pagination-link BlogItem-pagination-link--next"> <div class="BlogItem-pagination-content"> <h4 class="BlogItem-pagination-title">BLOG POST TITLE </h4> <div class="BlogItem-pagination-meta"><!-- Author --><span class="BlogItem-pagination-meta-item BlogItem-pagination-meta-item--author">AUTHOR NAME</span><!-- Date --><time class="BlogItem-pagination-meta-item BlogItem-pagination-meta-item--date" datetime="2019-10-10">October <span>10, </span>2019</time></div> </div><!-- --><svg class="Icon Icon--caretSmall--right BlogItem-pagination-icon" viewBox="0 0 9 16"> <use xlink:href="/assets/ui-icons.svg#caret-right-small-icon"></use> </svg> </a> </nav>
  2. Hi all, This is probably too big of an ask, but I'll try anyways. If we can figure this out, I'm sure it'll be useful to a ton of people. I'm looking to add an identical sticky navigation to the very top of two different websites/templates. One being Farro, the other Brine. Basically, I'm making a child brand/website of a parent website/brand, and want an universal navigation at the top of both websites. An example of what I'm looking for can be found on Deciem's website (https://deciem.com/?lang=en&region=US). There, they have a navigation which allows customers to easily visit the websites of their various brands. Similarly, I'd like to have have a universal header on both websites, with a box for the parent brand linking to its homepage, and a box for the child company linking to its homepage. Visitors of either site would be able to quickly and easily switch back and forth, and clearly see that the two brands are interconnected. I've found some useful attempts online, but nothing sufficient. Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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