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dosjon

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  1. I'm using the Bedford theme, and it doesn't seem to work. Any suggestions?
  2. Any idea how to get this to work in the Bedford theme?
  3. Actually, I just figured it out myself. I just found the callout for the Summary block on my page, and told it to do this: pointer-events: none; Boom!
  4. I have a Summary block on a page. I know this is a long shot, but is there any way to disable the Summary block's ability to link back to the original posts? In other words, I want the Summary block for display purposes only -- I don't want visitors to have the ability to click on any of the posts and be directed to the original posting.
  5. Ok, with your answers and a buddy's help, I was able to figure something out. I put this code into my custom CSS: .index-section-wrapper.page-content {padding-top: 0px; padding-bottom: 34px} You can see what the effects of this are on these two pages. http://macinstructor.co/ http://macinstructor.co/services What I did is created one index page with two pages inside of it. The first only has the thumbnail image, overlaying text, and no content in the body. The second page has no thumbnail and all the content. You can see what I mean here: http://macinstructor.co/about-banner http://macinstructor.co/about-content So, my "homepage" is the "About" Index page, and has a scrollable nav bar. I'm pretty pumped about this little trick. Cheers! ~Rick
  6. Thanks Nick. I tried that, but it also killed all the sections contained within the index section wrapper, including the page content. :-/ I wonder if I can just adjust the width of the .index-section-wrapper ?
  7. I'm playing around with the Index option in Bedford and think it would be neat to reduce the amount of space between merged pages on an Index page. On this example: https://macinstructor.squarespace.com/services2/, you'll see the white space between the bottom of the banner and the beginning of the text of the next page. Any ideas?
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