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  1. Oops sorry I missed this @tuanphan thanks so much 🙂
  2. Hi @tuanphan The page is here: https://earthboundbabies.squarespace.com/hypnobirthing-faq Sorry, I realised I had another code under it that made it disappear. Fixed that. But still have issues with focal point. Ideally The mvh would be around 40 or 50. Thank you, Anna 🙂
  3. Site URL: https://earthboundbabies.squarespace.com/ Hiya, I have edited css so that the top image banner on this page: https://earthboundbabies.squarespace.com/hypnobirthing-faq s shorter in mobile view. I like the height of it, but I don't like how it's cropping her face. I made the focal point higher in the image format box (on desktop) but it's not changing for mobile. Any suggestions greatly appreciated 🙂 password: hello123 CSS I used: @media screen and (max-width:640px) { section[data-section-id="6005c075dea472688fcc70eb"] .section-background img { width: 100% !important; } } @media screen and (max-width:640px) { section[data-section-id="6005c075dea472688fcc70eb"] { min-height: 60vh !important; } }
  4. Heya @paul2009, thanks for that! It went up to in between the two sections - what code would I use to decrease padding at the top of that section (section[data-section-id="60007d57df80a433129f96fa"]) I've tried a few different codes from this thread but didn't work: Thanks, Anna
  5. Site URL: https://earthboundbabies.squarespace.com/ Hi there, I've looked through all the other questions on this topic but still can't find a solution. I want to overlap an image between 2 sections in SS7.1. https://earthboundbabies.squarespace.com/ password: hello123 --- So I'm looking to bring the pink logo up to sit between the top banner image and the second section with cream background. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Anna 🙂
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