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  1. ChrisBartow's post in Removing background image on mobile was marked as the answer   
    This should remove it in The Wedding Party section, but may need to add back the color. I don't see the Hero section though. You should be able to do the same thing for that if you find the data-section-id.
    @media (max-width: 768px) { section[data-section-id="5ea5df28b7d80f496463e8db"] .section-background img, { display:none; } }  
  2. ChrisBartow's post in Change image overlay style color - 7.1 was marked as the answer   
    You can change the color for this in the Theme Editor. You control the opacity of how light or dark the color is on each section in the background section.

  3. ChrisBartow's post in Adding "Page Title" to top of Blog Landing Page (screenshots included) was marked as the answer   
    I didn't even know you could add a section there! There is definitely a way to do some CSS trickery to remove the whitespace. You'll probably have to remove the white space around the SAMPLE TEXT and then remove the top margin or padding from the next section with the actual blogposts.

    I did something like this on one of my test sites, but you have a different blog layout. Which one are you using?
    .content-wrapper, .blog-alternating-side-by-side .blog-alternating-side-by-side-wrapper { padding-top:0 !important; padding-bottom:0 !important; }  
  4. ChrisBartow's post in Formating Text was marked as the answer   
    Your site is private, so I can take a look and give you exact CSS to do this, but yes you can add a drop shadow to the text and remove the underline. You need to figure out what tag/class that it belongs to. If you change the site to password protected and provide it, I can give you fully working code.
    .textClassYouWantChanged { /* Adds Shadow */ text-shadow:2px 2px gray; /* Removes Underline */ text-decoration:none; }  
  5. ChrisBartow's post in Add borders to website in 7.1 with CSS was marked as the answer   
    This works on my site, seems a lot easier. Added to custom CSS.
    body { border:25px solid red; } header { margin:25px 25px 0 25px; }  
  6. ChrisBartow's post in Add background image to header in 7.1 was marked as the answer   
    After some messing around, this seems to work. Replace IMAGEURL with the background you want to use.
    .header-announcement-bar-wrapper { background-image:url(IMAGEURL); }  
  7. ChrisBartow's post in Drop-shadow on Headings was marked as the answer   
    Try doing this instead.
    <h2 style="text-shadow:2px 2px 3px #000;"> Next class starts April 27, 2020 • Open for all kids ages 9 – 12 • ADHD/2e students especially welcome </h2>  
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