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Henry_lmb

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  1. Thanks Brandon, really appreciate it. I tried it and its definitely a step in the right direction but for some reason it seems like the gallery block isn't centred properly. Its a bit too low and to the right with big margins at the top and left. I will have a search around and see if I can find a way to centre it somehow. Thanks for giving me a start though. Cheers Henry
  2. Hi Brandon, Thanks for your help. The link to the the page is here: https://henrybowlan.com/page1 Essentially I'm just trying to replicate my home page but without using a cover page to do it. I would like to use a custom font but as you cant use CSS on cover pages without upgrading to the business plan I'm trying to find another way to do it using a regular page. Hope that helps. Thanks, Henry
  3. Hi, The page I'm trying to change is this one: https://henrybowlan.com/page1 Essentially I'm trying to make it look just like my home page with a full screen picture and title and navigation bar overlaid on top. Currently I'm using a cover page for my homepage but because I want to use a custom font it means I will need to upgrade to the business plan so I can use code injections to edit the cover page. This seems a bit unnecessary just for the purpose of changing a font so I'm trying to do the same thing but using a regular page with a full bleed gallery block instead. Hope this helps. Thanks, Henry
  4. Hi, I would like to make my gallery block full bleed so that the image spans the full width and height of the screen. Does anyone know how to achieve this using CSS? Thanks, Henry
  5. Hi, I would like to make a slideshow gallery block full screen and I would like to have my site title overlaid on top of it. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to achieve this? Would really appreciate any help whatsoever. Thanks, Henry
  6. I solved my own problem! It wasn't the site title I was trying to change at all it was the header! This did the trick: #header a {font-family: 'Rustico';} Damn that felt good. Only took me 3 hours to solve. I can sleep easy tonight now.
  7. Hi, I am trying to use a custom font on my website which uses the Wexley template. So far I have had some success using the following CSS: //Add Rustico font// @font-face { font-family: 'Rustico'; src: url('https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ceab898c398340001161747/t/5db609070bf50303d1d5a15e/1572210952149/Rustico-Regular.otfhttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/5ceab898c398340001161747/t/5db609070bf50303d1d5a15e/1572210952149/Rustico-Regular.otf'); } h1 {font-family: 'Rustico'} h2 {font-family: 'Rustico'} h3 {font-family: 'Rustico'} /* Font Nav */ div#topNav a { font-family: 'Rustico' !important; } This changes the font of my headers and navigation bar but it does not change the font of the site title. I have tried a few different suggestions from previous questions other people have already asked but none of them seem to work for me. Any suggestions would be really appreciated. Thanks, Henry
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