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  1. @chadateit Best way to do this is to change it's publish date to a date far, far away now. Like year 2025 or something. Doing this will keep it number one.
  2. Thanks, @tuanphan! πŸ‘ @Chele We've updated the post on Ghost to reflect the newest update SquareWebsites.org added to their Admin UI Tweaks. πŸ˜„ Our original Circle Thread was updated prior.
  3. Hi @Claire_auck πŸ‘‹! You can set the height for all summary items to be the same with this CSS. Adjust to your liking. .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item { height: 200px; } And to target just one page, add the code the page's advanced > header code injection. Add the code between <style>(paste code here)</style>. Here is an example of that. <style>.sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item { min-height: 200px; border-top: 5px solid black; background-color: #ffffff; border-radius: 10px 10px; }</style> Hope this helps! πŸ‘»
  4. Thanks, @paul2009! Not sure why it won't let you see it @DiViNCi, but I'll report here. πŸ˜„ You can’t really change the Survey Options, but I was able to mess around with some css and found a great work around using the Radio option. I’ll outline the steps below. 1. Add a radio field to the form. 2. Add the info and what options you’d like to use. 3. Save the page and then add this code to the custom css editor box. This will place the radio buttons next to each other, just like the survey. .form-wrapper .field-list .field .option {width: 20%;float: left;text-alig
  5. @Chele Glad Ghost was helpful in helping you find a solution! πŸ‘» πŸ˜ƒ πŸ‘
  6. Hey man I love Ghost Plugins, but I have a quick question.Β I'm currently building on the Hayden template and this template has a feature where the header navigation disappears on scroll and then reappears on the second page.

    That's a feature I actually like, but on the mobile version, the header never comes back after scroll. I would like to know if there'sΒ  CSS to replicate the desktop effect of the header to the mobile version. Please anything will help!

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      Hey! Sorry, I just saw this. I didn't realize this was posted on my activity wall. Were you able to resolve this? If not, send me a direct message. πŸ‘»

  7. Add this to the Index's code injection. It will hide the navigation, but keep the logo visible. <style> .Header-nav { display:none !important; } </style>
  8. @LJSpace Shhhhh, that's a secret! 🀫 Haha, jk. Thanks so much for sharing Ghost! 😊 Cody
  9. 7.1 galleries don't support the option for titles or descriptions right now. 😞I think I saw on a thread that the Squarespace team was looking into adding them for 7.1 galleries but it's not a guarantee.
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