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melmotz

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  1. Tuanphan, Sure, here is one https://www.rockycoastacupuncture.com/journal/dietary-therapy-for-fertility-support and here is the other https://www.rockycoastacupuncture.com/journal/the-acupuncture-approach-to-diagnosing-fertility-issues Thank you 🙂
  2. Tuanphan, thank you 🙂 I have 2 authors and each have a different link, is it possible to specify for each? Additionally, is there a way to enlarge the photo and move it to the left without moving the name with it?
  3. Site URL: https://www.rockycoastacupuncture.com/journal/the-acupuncture-approach-to-diagnosing-fertility-issues I am working in 7.1 and looking to change the author link (that links to list of all posts by this author) at the bottom of each post in the author bio to link instead to the author's full bio in the About section. We currently have 2 authors and they would each have their own link. If this is not possible, I would like to remove this link completely. Additionally I want to enlarge the photo. Bonus points if I can enlarge and move the photo to the left of the bio text—while the author name remains where it is. Is there a way to do this?
  4. That seemed to work on the preview, but doesn't hold up when saved, the mobile header bar is still the cream color, so I reverted back. Any other thoughts on how to tackle that mobile menu header so that it is solid blue on mobile, but doesn't affect the transparency on desktop?
  5. I think I got this to work by adding the following custom CSS: For the header background color: @media screen and (max-width:640px) {.tweak-transparent-header .header .header-announcement-bar-wrapper:not(.shrink):not(.transparent-header-theme--override) { background-color: #2f4e98 !important; } } For the bottom piece with CTA button: .header-menu-cta { background-color: #2f4e98; } For the middle section with Nav items: .header-menu-nav-folder-content { background-color: #2f4e98; } And to change the hamburger/X icon colors: .burger-inner:after { background: #fff !important; } .burger-inner:before { background: #fff !important; }
  6. Tuanphan, Thank you for your help!! I added that, but I believe it just changed the menu icon color. I prefer the white hamburger on the homepage, but left as is so you can see. I think I'm looking to change .header-announcement-bar-wrapper dark but when I try to use that in the CSS, it doesn't work. Thanks!
  7. Hi, I am trying to style the mobile menu on a new site in 7.1. Wow, very frustrating that this is not an option! First, I am just confused where the default styles are inherited from. Second, I have figured out how to change the background color of the middle and bottom portions of the mobile menu with custom CSS, but I have not had success changing the top header piece (I ultimately want the whole background of the menu to be completely blue #2f4e98, with white type and the button as is). Third, is it possible to specify a different logo (full color) for mobile if I were to stick with the cream background? Site is live at: https://rootds.com Thanks! Melissa
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