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  1. One from the Pacific family: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206545347-Pacific-template-family
  2. Hey @lucieallbright! Try this in your Design > Custom CSS -- after making one change as noted below: #home-top .sqs-layout:not(.sqs-editing) .markdown-block { top: 210px; } @media screen and (max-width: 1280px) { #home-top .sqs-layout:not(.sqs-editing) .markdown-block { top: 180px; } } @media screen and (max-width: 960px){ #home-top .sqs-layout:not(.sqs-editing) .markdown-block { top: 120px; } } @media screen and (max-width: 640px){ #home-top .sqs-layout:not(.sqs-editing) .markdown-block { top: 60px; } } The "home-top" must be the name of your top section, the one with the image of the people and the quote you want bottom-aligned. If you're not sure what it is, hover over that part of the page in the Squarespace editor, and select "Settings" from the top-left pop-up menu to see the Page Settings. Look on the Basic tab for "URL Slug". The section name will be whatever is in that field, excluding the initial "/". (For my example code above, the URL Slug would show "/home-top", which you enter as "#home-top" in the CSS.) If the above code doesn't get the quote right to the bottom, you probably have some spacers below the quote that you could remove. One final thing to note: Moving things around with CSS sometimes causes issues when editing the page. I've included a "...:not(.sqs-editing)" clause in the CSS to prevent the quote from being moved when in the editor, so you'll see the quote jump back up to its "real" location when you do that... don't be alarmed when you see it happen. :) Hope this helps! James
  3. Hey @DaniMagicMage, You can get your blog post text set to black with the following Custom CSS: article.BlogItem, article.BlogItem h1, article.BlogItem h2, article.BlogItem h3 { color: #1d1d1d; } Add any other h4, h5, or other tags you use in your blog posts that need to be styled black as well to the list above and you should be good. Of course you can change the color to whatever you like. Hope that helps! James
  4. Hey @enokithreads! There are a couple of options here depending on what you want to do specifically. If you just want to have that share block appear at the top of your content, you can add the following Custom CSS code: article.BlogItem .BlogItem-share { order: 0; } ...Or if you want to do something more custom, and are on a Premium plan, check out the info at this link: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543517-Adding-a-Facebook-Like-button While that's about a Facebook Like button specifically, they're all handled pretty much the same way. Have a good day! James
  5. Hi @enokithreads, Try this in your Design > Custom CSS section: article.BlogItem .BlogItem-share, article.BlogItem .BlogItem-comments { align-self: center; } Hope that helps! James
  6. Hey @rtorda, Check out the templates listed in this article on Gallery Pages: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/208415198 You may find a template there that gives you what you need without any editing. If you want to make your own layout, I recommend giving Pacific a shot. It's a single-page template (an Index page) that let's you put as many sections of content on it in whatever sequence you wish. For your purposes, you can put Summary Carousels or Summary Grids of your video/Gallery collections with whatever surrounding headings and info you'd like. (By default the template has a large, hero image in the first section, but like all the demo content, you just delete what you don't want.) Really though any template that supports Index pages could work. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543817 has a list of the template families that support them. As Paul2009 said, just find one with the style you like and go for it. Hope you find something that works for you! James
  7. I can't test this at the moment, but perhaps this answer from Challenger2 could help? https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/226758/brine-template-css-code-for-to-display-a-image-as.html Good luck! James
  8. Hey @coswebb, If there's no other customization to the site, the Custom CSS below should take care of it for you. Add the following in your Design > Custom CSS entry: [data-nc-base="header"] [data-nc-container="top-left"] [data-nc-element="cart"] { order: 0; } Hope it helps! James
  9. Sorry @parkito, but there's no one-button-push way to duplicate an Index page. You can duplicate Cover pages and Layout pages, but that's it; the Duplicate button won't appear for any other page types. You CAN duplicate an Index page with some manual effort though: Create a new Index page Duplicate each of the Layout pages in your original Index page, and Move each of them to the new Index page. It's cumbersome, but that's the way to do it. Reference: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543627-Duplicating-pages-and-content
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