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  1. I don't see those options for me as the OP. If you screenshot what I might be missing, I'm happy to give a boost wherever I can.
  2. Site URL: https://www.brandistanley.com Is there a way to add additional fields to a promotional pop-up? I'd love to just collect First Name & Last Name data (separately) for my popup, which currently only collects email addresses.
  3. I have this same question. Would love to add a First Name + Last Name field to my promo pop-up at brandingofficehours.com. Thanks, everyone!
  4. Added and that doesn't seem to change anything for me on my iPhone. 😞 I think you can check the source code and double check that I copied it correctly into the custom CSS.
  5. Button in my header: .sqs-block-button .sqs-block-button-element--small--header { button-shape: square; button-style: solid; margin-left: -18px; display: inline; padding-top: 18px; padding-bottom: 15px; padding-left: 30px; padding-right: 30px; font-family: sofia pro, "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif !important; letter-spacing: .3em; font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; font-weight: 300 !important; font-style: normal; text-transform: uppercase; letter-spacing: .15em; color: #fff; background-color: #d98044; -webkit-transition: .1s opacity linear; -moz-transition: .1s opacity linear; -o-transition: .1s opacity linear; transition: .1s opacity linear; -webkit-backface-visibility:hidden; } .sqs-block-button .sqs-block-button-element--small--header:hover { background-color: #333; opacity: .9; } Buttons for my newsletter blocks: .newsletter-block .newsletter-form-button{ font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; font-weight: 300 !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; letter-spacing: 1.5px; text-align: center; color: #fffff6; background-color: #333333; display: inline; padding-top: 18px !important; padding-bottom: 15px; padding-left: 30px; padding-right: 30px; } Buttons in my (now-Hubspot) Cookie Banner (which I'd also love to match the other buttons; primarily to get them to be rectangular instead of rounded): div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation-inner a#hs-eu-confirmation-button { background: #d98044 !important; border: none !important; box-shadow: none !important; font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif !important; letter-spacing: .3em !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; -webkit-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -moz-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -o-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -webkit-backface-visibility:hidden !important; } div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation-inner a#hs-eu-confirmation-button:hover { font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; border: 0px !important; color: #fff !important; background: #e8945a !important; letter-spacing: .3em !important; -webkit-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -moz-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -o-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -webkit-backface-visibility:hidden !important; } div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation-inner a#hs-eu-decline-button { background: #d98044 !important; color: #fff !important; border: none !important; box-shadow: none !important; font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif !important; letter-spacing: .3em !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; -webkit-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -moz-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -o-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -webkit-backface-visibility:hidden !important; } div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation div#hs-eu-cookie-confirmation-inner a#hs-eu-decline-button:hover { font-family: sofia pro, sans-serif !important; text-transform: uppercase !important; border: 0px !important; color: #fff !important; background: #e8945a !important; letter-spacing: .3em !important; -webkit-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -moz-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -o-transition: .1s opacity linear !important; transition: .1s opacity linear !important; -webkit-backface-visibility:hidden !important; }
  6. Yep, exactly. The H1 header is applied just to the "on-call brand advice" text there, so that's exactly the code I'm hoping to adjust on mobile (without affecting any of the other H1 headers across the site, if possible).
  7. Hey, peoples. I have some custom css for button styling across my site, currently used in three places: My Squarespace Scheduling (Acuity) buttons Newsletter sign-up form submit buttons And, my cookie policy acceptance banner The font I want across all three (Sofia Pro) appears fine in Chrome but not in Safari. Weirdly, for #1 and #2 (in my list above), the font appears in Safari as a serif font, even though I have "sans serif" as a fallback font in the code, but does actually appear as a sans serif font in #3 (my cookie banner) in Safari. Anyway, at the end of the day, I'd just really love to get Sofia Pro to work on all of my buttons, across all browsers. Looking for some help to either fix my current custom code or to let me know if there's new custom code I need to add to get things looking the same in Safari (or elsewhere, too; I've only been testing across Chrome and Safari so far). Thanks!
  8. Hey, community. The size of my H1 header in my opening index page ("Schedule a Call") is perfect on desktop. But, it's much smaller than I want it to be on mobile and the Pacific Template doesn't offer a way to adjust styling specifically for mobile. Someone pointed me here to try and inject the recommended Custom CSS there but that code doesn't appear to work. Does anyone else have any other custom css suggestions I might try out?
  9. Thanks for your help! Issues resolved!
  10. That was perfect! Thank you! Do you know the same for also aligning the meta data on each blog post to the left?
  11. Well, I'm not doing this very well, am I? Apologies—I'd forgotten that I had the page temporarily hidden. It's there now, and is called "Advice Column."
  12. Gotcha. My URL is brandingofficehours.com and the password to view the site is currently "helloatbrandingofficehours" Let me know if that suffices!
  13. @tuanphan Yep! It's custom code I was hoping someone might be able to show. I provided a screenshot in my OP because my site/blog are password protected/not live yet. Is there something you would need to see beyond the visual?
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