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  1. The css property you're using is correct. the issue will be how you target the paragraphs you want to justify. if squarespace already has a text-align code put in for that piece of content (from a more specific rule) your css code won't apply without !important being added. I'd question whether you want this effect for the whole site, many of the section blocks in summaries etc are way too small for this effect to be a good decision. Anyway, if you want to do it for the whole site something like this added to your custom css will do it p { text-align: justify !important } I'd probably suggest that you try to target certain items more specifically.
  2. Here's a CSS only way. you need some way to target them, so what I'd do is add your three things in a little bulleted list in your excerpt. then you can use css to target each one, using nth-child(1) to select the first (bedrooms), nth-child(2) to select the second (bathrooms) and nth-child(3) to select the parking spaces. the bulleted list option will come up in the formatting bar as you edit the excerpt you could then add the following rules to your custom css section in the design menu. This would mean that this was applied to all blog excerpt lists though so you might want to inject it into the specific page if it's only for one place. .blog-excerpt ul { padding:0; margin:1em 0; display:flex; justify-content:center; } .blog-excerpt ul li p:before { content:'' !important; } .blog-excerpt ul li { display:flex; padding-left:10px; } .blog-excerpt ul li:before { content:''; display:inline-block; width:20px; height:20px; margin-right:5px; background-size:cover; } .blog-excerpt ul li:nth-child(1):before { background-image:url(https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/600f62fff88eb259bc0f448d/1627148015221-PXBFEX5IBA1MCT1HHRQM/square-avatar.png); } .blog-excerpt ul li:nth-child(2):before { background-image:url(https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/600f62fff88eb259bc0f448d/1627148015221-PXBFEX5IBA1MCT1HHRQM/square-avatar.png); } .blog-excerpt ul li:nth-child(3):before { background-image:url(https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/600f62fff88eb259bc0f448d/1627148015221-PXBFEX5IBA1MCT1HHRQM/square-avatar.png); } the width and height of the image is set in the 4th rule (currently 20 x 20). you must set this to the correct aspect ratio and size of your icons. change the image urls of the last three rules accordingly. You'll need to upload the icon files to your site. you can do that in the custom css section at the bottom (see here for help on that https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206545567).
  3. I would add that it's probably not quite right to set the position of the image inside the draggable div using CSS. this is because it then positions the image outside of the draggable div. It does work in this case, but it does some strange positioning because the draggable library is changing the position of the containing div NOT the contained image. this effect is actually what's causing the odd behaviour in your "non-working" example: jquery contains the draggable div to the "#about" section buy you have moved the image say 300px to the right of the draggable div so when you're moving the image around, it's the div that's contained (which is now 300px out). the div is stopping at left:0 which is where they all begin until you move the images with css If you reposition the draggable div using css, rather than the image, you'd get more consistent result. ie. dont use [alt="scooter-helmet"] use .draggable:nth-child(2) to pick the second div. change n for each one based on the order in which you write them out in the div. then set their position using top and right (as this is what the draggable library will use.
  4. you're specifying "#about" for your containment option, which means "find me the element with the id 'about' in the document". this element doesn't exist in the page that you think is working, but does in the page that you say does not work. This means that in the "working" page, because it can't find the about element, it defaults to having no containment set. In the non-working one, you're containing it to the about id, which is the section of the index page. there's an issue here though with the way that squarespace or the template positions that element, which means that the draggable code doesn't work as you might expect. to fix it, I would just remove the containment option. that way you'll get consistent behaviour between both. that behaviour will actually be limited to the code block though because I think squarespace will hide the overflowing space. https://api.jqueryui.com/draggable/#option-containment
  5. if you're doing this in a 7.1 site, then find the portfolio list page that has the grid view on the front. in your case it will be the one with the url /work. add a section after the portfolio grid. you can just use a blank one, set its height to small if you dont' want it to take up too much space. insert a code block and copy the code in there. when the page loads it will find the item pointing ot work/uiux-mockups and repoint it to uiux-mockups (which will be another page you've created somewhere).
  6. I would probably look at building the calculator or form on an external service (like google forms/sheets) and then embed it on your site using an embed block or code block. usually the external service will give a way of embedding it. If you don't want to try google forms/sheets, then there are dedicated services for this, a quick search on google shows one like https://calquo.com/ which has a free plan and squarespace instructions. Not endorsing that one, never used it, just showing that they do exist. (I know how to code so I would probably just write my own!). There's loads of others, free and paid. calculo.com convertcalculator.co etc. have a look at some of those. I've seen some one in the forum use https://grid.is/ too. I'm sure there's tonnes of options. if you don't know how to code, then this is the best way.
  7. I think in the case of the mapbox stuff, I'd avoid the code, and just go straight for the iframe embed. you can just copy the iframe code straight into a code block or an embed block (using the </> option). Details from the link below. I just copied it in and it worked fine (if you're logged into mapbox the demo page will automatically include your api access key, if not you'll need to provide it here). https://docs.mapbox.com/help/glossary/iframe/ If that doesn't work please post the code that you're using, or the site that you're embedding on and someone will be able to help. you haven't really provided enough information about how it's going wrong to suggest a tailored solution...
  8. just adding here that if you went down the tagging route, Squarespace adds the tag into the main article element on the product page, so you could add another rule that would do the fix on the main product page article.tag-portrait .ProductItem-gallery-slides::before { padding-bottom:150%; } so add this rule and the rule from the second option to your custom css, then all you would need to do is tag the portrait orientation ones with "portrait" and it should fix it in both places.
  9. to disable the footer site-wide, go to Design, Custom CSS and add footer { display:none !important } to your css. that will do it.
  10. squarespace have an interesting way of laying out image thumbnails. It's to do with how they make the grids layout evenly and respect focus points on the image etc. for each grid item the image gets put in a zero height container which is then padded out by percentage to make sure that the image covers it. this percentage is really the ratio of the image. so in your (landscape) case that padding will be set to 66% (2/3). What you need to do is locate the pictures that you want and change that padding to 150% (3/2). How you select those is an interesting problem. It seems like you've laid them out in a particular way to try to get the vertical ones together, in which case you can use an nth-child selector to choose all the grid items after 27 (9 rows of 3 that are landscape). e.g. this uses the section id from your website by the way. you could just add this to your custom css to see it work straight away section[data-section-id="60eabd925ebba154a80c1cfe"] .list-grid .grid-item:nth-child(1n + 28) .grid-image-wrapper { padding-bottom:150%; } however, this is probably not an ideal solution as you'd need to change the rule if you ever added any portrait pictures before etc. Unfortunately squarespace put the ratio of the image on the img element and it's very hard to then change the parent based on an attribute of the child using only css. squarespace does however add classnames when you tag products so one solution might be to add a tag "portrait" to your portrait orientation products, you could then alter your rule to target those tagged portrait like this section[data-section-id="60eabd925ebba154a80c1cfe"] .list-grid .grid-item.tag-portrait .grid-image-wrapper { padding-bottom:150%; } you'd still have to remember to tag them as portrait though. I think this is a pretty good outcome If you really wanted it to "just work", then you'd have to add some javascript (premium feature) to go through the grid and workout whether they were portrait or not and apply the padding style (or a classname that referenced the padding style). e.g. if you were to add this to a code block on the page this would set up a class called portrait-fix that sorted out the padding, then loop through all the images and check their dimensions, applying the fix if it found a portrait one. <style> .portrait-fix { padding-bottom: 150% !important; } </style> <script> Array.from(document.querySelectorAll(".grid-item img")) .forEach(i => { const d=i.getAttribute("data-image-dimensions").split("x").map(d=>parseInt(d)); if (d[0]<d[1]) { i.parentElement.classList.add("portrait-fix"); } }); </script> you'd get a slightly odd look if you had one portrait one in a row with some landscape ones, but you haven't specified what you'd want to do there, so that might require a little more thought. I think the second option, of manually tagging them with their orientation is the best route personally. Hope it works! Guess I should have told you to hire me rather than just writing the answer out.... 🙂 Your pictures are lit, mate!
  11. You're probably looking for a css rule that does something like this: <style> header { display:none !important } footer { display:none !important } </style> There are a few places that code can be added, so check all these: Settings > Advanced > Code Injection Design > Custom CSS Pages > For each page, click the Settings (Cog) Icon next to its name > Advanced (if it's happening for every page, it's probably not in one of these) It could also be in a code block, which - if it was to hide the footer and you put it in the footer - might be hiding itself. To make it possible to find that, then you need to open your configuration in "safe" mode which will stop scripts running in the designer. in the address bar of your browser, add "safe" to the config url, and hit enter e.g. https://xxxx-yyyyy-zzzz.squarespace.com/config/safe you should see a bar at the bottom that said Scripts have been disabled. hopefully your header will appear again and you can look for a code block either in the header or the footer. If you delete the code block the rule will be deleted Let us know how you get on.
  12. There's multiple places you can add this sort of code, but they do slightly different things: if you're adding it to advanced CSS (i.e. Design Menu > Custom CSS) you don't put the <style> tags in. but if you do choose this option it will happen on every page. in my post I suggested that this was worth putting in page settings. So you open the settings for that specific page by clicking the cog icon to the right of the page and then click Advanced and add the code I posted inside there (complete with the <style> tags). You could also just put a code block on the page and copy the code I posted into that (with the <style> tags). I have tried it and it does what you asked for, so perhaps you could check that you've used the right option from above? e.g. this is the code injected via the page header settings
  13. @bloop @CherryStCo I know that this is an old thread, but I just posted an example on someone elses question that may help you if you're still trying to do this.
  14. You add the linked in pixel. Best place to do this is probably in the page footer code injection part. (you'd need business/premium for this as it's javascript). For your form conversion you need to add a conversion event in LinkedIn campaign manager. this gives you some javascript to execute, which you'll have to hook up with a code block. installing the pixel Probably best to do this in the code injection part. Get your pixel code from the LinkedIN Campaign Manager: Account Assets > Insight Tag. Go to the Install Tag section and expand "I will install this myself". Copy that code in its entirety. In Squarespace go to Settings > Advanced > Code Injection, and paste the code into the Footer section, click Save installing a conversion Set up your conversion in the LinkedIn Campaign Manager. Account Assets > Conversions. See here: Set Up LinkedIn Conversion Tracking | Marketing Solutions Help In step 3, make sure you select Insight Tag, and then Event from the Track dropdown Copy the code at the bottom of that page. it will look like this: window.lintrk('track', { conversion_id: xxx }) Now go to the page where your form is and add a code block after the form we need to attach the li tracking code to the button, so add the below code to that code block (but insert your own conversion_id from step above. <script> const btn = document.querySelector("form input[type=submit]"); if (btn && btn.addEventListener) { btn.addEventListener("click",function() { window.lintrk('click',{ conversion_id: xxxxxxx }); }); } </script> this assumes you've only got one form on your page. if you've got more than one you'll need to find the block ID of your form (use the Squarespace Block ID chrome extension) and add that before the form in the query selector There are other alternatives for link tracking if you're not using the LI pixel. you can use Squarespace's marketing section to build urls for LinkedIn Ads, and then look at tracking sources etc. you can also add hidden inputs to your form during the form design process and set the variable names to ss_source and ss_campaign_name and then the form will have the campaign submitted with it. Creating trackable links – Squarespace Help
  15. Not sure what your other css is doing, but I think if you just need a carousel style slide show to be top then you just alter the top padding of the first section. see this other post I answered. (am assuming you're 7.1?)
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