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JOHNMD

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  1. @Adam9 h4 { text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-word;} And a couple of other adjustments for on h4 good measure - I used the Google Proxima-nova font which you must load into the system first!) h4 {font-family: proxima-nova, sans-serif; font-weight: 300; font-style: italic; } The point above on Safari can be an issue with justify text. I've used justify on sites but find that it looks a little too distracting on Mobile. I tend to use it within a Markup section only and usually back off unless completely necessary as I'm down to a specific div which won't have much of an impact overall and the above code changes from all site h4's to a specific div h4. - John
  2. .header#header { border-bottom: 3px solid #f27588; }
  3. @MartyMeh To style on version 7.1. Link Alignment: .header-menu-nav {text-align: left!important; margin-left: 15%!important;} Page Background color: .header-menu-bg {background: red!important;} Add image as background to Page: (replace with your image.) .header-menu-bg {background-image: url('https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5e04314e1e03733084a0d51a/t/5ece9831d9f131439a22411a/1590598888064/Cork-City-Centre-at-Night.png'); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: cover;} Space between links: .header-menu-nav-item {line-height: 20px!important;} Link text : .header-menu-nav-item > a {color: green!important;} Floating header is set in the Header Edit option. Select Style > and toggle to Fixed. - John
  4. @rachelt Hey, typically, if you set the first line below, then all your paragraphs (p) should hold over to the Mobile settings, that is unless you have created css for specific targeted divs. You should only require one line of code - the first line below. The second line of code below is a Media Query specific to Mobile. You'll note that I set that line to"text-align: right" to see where this leads you. If you input both lines (three total below) then you should see a difference and know the code is effective. You can reset to using the first line. p { text-align: justify; } @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { p { text-align: right!important;} } - John
  5. @colleenalicee Locate your page section ID with Inspect and replace in "" below. [data-section-id="5ec161f755776437f35f2e05"] .sqs-block-code { padding: 0!important; } Hopefully, works this time.
  6. @racheltI'm unclear how you input your titles above. You appear to have different font sizes; some maybe h2 h3 and so on, or you may be using image-captions. Usually the best approach is to locate your Page Section ID and you can replace the "number" in the following code line: [data-section-id="5ea91572b3afb8186001cf71"] .image-caption{ text-align: left!important;} or: [data-section-id="5ea91572b3afb8186001cf71"] p { text-align: left!important;} or: [data-section-id="5ea91572b3afb8186001cf71"] h2, h3 { text-align: left!important;} - hope this helps On earlier revert to: @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { p { text-align: justify!important;} } or, @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { p { text-align:left!important;} } There are several options for Justify text. I find for short sentences align-left looks best. https://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css3_pr_text-justify.asp
  7. @rachelt Try this in Design> CSS @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { p { text-align: justify!important; text-justify: inter-word!important;} } - John For your image question: usually what I do is open up the image editor for each image, select the crop tool and set all photos to the same aspect ratio eg 1:1 for square.
  8. On version 7.1 : .sqs-block-code {margin-top: 0; margin-bottom: 0;} -John
  9. @rachelt In your Design> CSS add p { text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-word; } - John
  10. @maddybchlrYes, you paste the code in your Settings>Advanced>Code Injection> Header. I think you must first be on the Business plan. Then you can apply your font in the Design> Custom CSS interface. example: p {font-family: .....)
  11. @CpeoplesIIIThe answer is: You cannot crop within a video image as the video was originally encoded at full-frame and requires a software decoder embedded within the video for playback. The embed code within SQS works fine for youtube videos. If you own a video that you want to crop, you have to import your full-fame video into video editing software, crop the video, re-size the video (zoom in on itself, going to look pixalated or have black borders, or be a non-standardized video file size) with an effect. When you have rendered your new video you then re-compress the video for export and then import to your platform of choice (must be a standard video size). There is a possible CSS solution; if you place the video as a background and use a foreground overlay as a frame, however as the video playback controller is embedded with the video your going to require some serious coding capability and expect your site to be black listed by Google very quickly.
  12. @pinoff002Version 7.1: add to Custom CSS .header-menu-nav-item {line-height: 30px!important;}
  13. @StudioIzzy NOINDEX is now gone. I saw a couple of pages appear in Google search as .... (new index) , now i cannot replicate the search return? Your <head> <style> seems unusual leading with CSS styling. I'm not sure how you coded the site and/or template. I think the best option is the earlier reference to recreate your home page assuming that reference correlates to your issue. Update: Looks like the problem is with your home page <head>. Google is indexing Contact - About- New Index (Work) pages. Not your Homepage.
  14. looks like your Home page has 'NOINDEX' in the robots text file: Here's a potential answer: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6062598
  15. For V 7.1 It's the default system mode. To change: enter Edit mode, hover your mouse over your image. A pencil should appear in the upper right-hand corner of your image section. Select the pencil. In the sub-editor select 'Background' in the the top row and toggle your background to 'Inset'. - John
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