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NEWeOffset

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    NEWeOffset got a reaction from lu.diehl in Adjusting border on nav bar on anything but landing page   
    Thank you both so much! Has worked a charm and I am so happy with the result!
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    NEWeOffset reacted to lu.diehl in Adjusting border on nav bar on anything but landing page   
    here's the full code if you want to copy and paste - exactly what @paul2009 suggested. If you ever add a background to any other page you will have to tweak the code again. 
    .homepage .Header-nav.Header-nav--primary .Header-nav-inner > a:last-of-type, .Mobile-overlay-nav.Mobile-overlay-nav--primary > a:last-of-type { border: 2px solid #fff; padding: 10px 30px; border-radius: 300px; } .Header-nav.Header-nav--primary .Header-nav-inner > a:last-of-type, .Mobile-overlay-nav.Mobile-overlay-nav--primary > a:last-of-type { border: 2px solid #999; padding: 10px 30px; border-radius: 300px; }  
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    NEWeOffset reacted to paul2009 in Adjusting border on nav bar on anything but landing page   
    Change your Custom CSS so the border is #999 instead of white so that you have a darker border on all the other pages. Then repeat the code, with the border set to white, prepending the selectors with '.homepage'. This will ensure the homepage is white instead. 
    Let me know if you need more specific advice.
    Your site using using a Brine-family template btw, which includes what Squarespace refer to as the 'Custom Template' (sites made by answering questions instead of picking a design).
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