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Everything posted by tuanphan

  1. div#page-section-5ddcc7682e47f65be3580b0b .sqs-block-button-element { font-family: font-name; } div#page-section-5de6f19aa6c1497f49b6e6ab h2 { font-family: font-name; }
  2. Need site url to check. Each version will have different code. Difficult to help without site url.
  3. Can you share link to your site?
  4. div#page-5deebe8dab886c6b1e3f4bcb .title {color: red;} div#page-5deebe8dab886c6b1e3f4bcb .caption {color: blue !important;}
  5. body#collection-5dee4aa64d5f2571c8eff70f .Mobile-bar.Mobile-bar--top {display: none !important;}
  6. @georgerobertatherton Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS div#mobileNav * { color: black !important; }
  7. "arrows to appear on top of the image" Can you take screenshot?
  8. @mrzfoto <style> header#header *:not(#backToThumbs) { display: none; } </style>
  9. 2 column with 1 Background Image (Half image is transparent, Half image is people image). Then use CSS to create background black color. Left will have black color!
  10. I think you need to use CSS/JS to convert Dropdown > Radio. Complicated. Reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3974217/convert-dropdowns-to-radio-buttons-w-o-modifying-html
  11. .Header-inner--top { background-image: url(https://beaverhero.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/trees-3464777_640-min.jpg); }
  12. h * {font-family: font name;} eg h1 * {font-family: font name;} h2 * {font-family: font name;}
  13. Change to word "Menu" button.Mobile-bar-menu { visibility: hidden; } button.Mobile-bar-menu:after { visibility: visible; content: "Menu"; font-family: proxima-nova; color: #000; font-size: 20px; } Add word "Menu" beside icon button.Mobile-bar-menu:before { content: "Menu"; font-size: 20px; color: #000; position: absolute; right: 50px; top: 25px; } All code from here: https://beaverhero.com/moksha-squarespace/#Add_word_Menu_beside_Hamburger_Icon @jaimee1570048593
  14. From @paul2009 "There are two ways to achieve this. One of the most effective is to use a third party translation solution, but these have expensive recurring costs. The second is to build out the nav structure into the two languages (prefix with en and es) and then show/hide the relevant items. This is most effectively documented in Brad's tutorial, as referenced in one of your links above. There are a few points that it doesn't cover but, in my opinion, it's one of the best explanations for a non-developer to follow. Finally, the Brine-family is the easiest to customise."
  15. You should share link to your site. Each template will have different code for mobile.
  16. Accordion will not work without CSS/JS
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