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  1. Hi all. My newest client has a very specific vision for his site, and I am not sure how I am going to accomplish it. He has a full-length picture of him in his business attire, and he wants that image to stay in place, while people scroll through the content next to the image. The scrolling content needs to be more than just text. I will need to include buttons, icons, anchors, and text styling throughout the scrolling content. I'm unsure of the best way to approach this and I would appreciate some suggestions. Thanks!
  2. I've just sent you a little tip - I hope that will buy you a beer in the area you live. I'm ok on the CSS for now, but thanks for your help! Take care.
  3. @tuanphan you are a legend! That's absolutely fantastic. Do you have any way I can give you a little tip or donation for helping out?
  4. Sure, I've attached an image of the blog, on mobile, showing captions in landscape mode, and another shot of portrait mode without captions:
  5. I need blog image titles and descriptions to display on mobile devices in the same way they do on desktop. By default, they don't display on devices 480px or less in width. Squarespace support has said this is possible with custom code but they can't provide that code for whatever reason. I've also been unsuccessful finding the code by googling. Anyone here have the abilities to create that code? I'd be incredibly grateful. The site, if you want to check it out, is www.downtownnorcal.com
  6. Thanks for the suggestion. What actually fixed the problem was going to design styles then changing the branding and nav position from 'bottom' to 'top' and then I could change the background to white. So simple and yet how could you ever figure that out!? Hopefully Squarespace has some improvements to UX coming soon.
  7. Hi. I need my header to be a solid white background. Immediately below the header, I need an image that fully bleeds to each side of the screen. It seems the only way to do this is with a banner image. When I add a banner image, it also stretches up behind the header, replacing my white background. I've spent hours dealing with this and its incredibly frustrating since it should be the simplest thing to do. Please help!
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