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  1. I hear you! I thought it was just my Mac acting funny. Surely we are not alone?
  2. Ahh, no. The second line of text is H2. Should I move it into a separate text block? Thank you so much for your help.
  3. Thank you Ziggy! For some reason it only changed the first line of text, even though it is only one block ID?
  4. Thanks for your super fast reply Ziggy! Could you correct this for me? @media only screen and (max-width:767px) {h1 div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1694442169502_85889 color:white;}}
  5. Hi everyone, Would it be possible to make a H1 a different colour on mobile? If you look at our homepage, the text sits well on the background image. On mobile view it doesn't work. projectancestry.com (homepage) Options: Change the colour of the text on mobile to white, so that it stands out on the dark section of the image. Or Hide the text on mobile and instead make it show in the section below - no idea if that's achievable with CSS. Open to any other solutions! Thank you !
  6. I am considering switching from Mailer Lite to Squarespace Campaigns. We don't have a complicated setup but it seems Squarespace Campaigns is very limited. Is there a creative way for newsletter subscribers to select their interest group on signup, which then adds them to the correct mailing list? Our website is projectancestry.com (you can see the interest group selection on the pop up). Thanks for any ideas!
  7. Hi Ziggy! http://projectancestry.com/blog/weissenfels-fusine-in-valromana
  8. I have just installed the SQSP Themes sidebar plugin. I'm still designing the layout and like it so far but have two issues: How can I keep the blog post title centred on the page? How can I bring the main content back underneath at the bottom of sidebar, in theory like text-wrap? Really hoping these can be fixed as I don't love how the sidebar changes these two things. Thank you!
  9. So to work around what I needed: I used the chrome extension (so fantastic) to move the blog from 7.0 to 7.1. I imported the blog posts that had comments using the Wordpress method and then deleted the duplicate blog posts. I also have a separate blog with the comments section being used as a 'message board', hence I couldn't lose any comments.. (I wish SS had a way to set up a basic message board or forum).
  10. I have just finished another chat with SS support. They will get back to me via email as yes, the images should have imported. I will post the outcome, hopefully a positive one.
  11. I have the comments moved over now! Thank goodness. Now I just need to work out why not a single basic blog image imported.
  12. Thanks for responding Ziggy. Yes, I know the chrome extension but I 100% need to shift the comments over.
  13. Migrating from 7.0 to 7.1. I have moved pages to the 7.1 site and now need to move the blog. I need to keep/restore blog comments, so have exported to Wordpress and imported into the 7.1 site. * Zero images imported. * Comments have imported but are not viewing on the actual blog posts. Comments are enabled globally and on the blog pages. Has a single person successfully used this method to restore blog comments in a 7.1 site? Has anyone successfully imported blog images using this method (import into Wordpress and then import into 7.1)? I contacted Squarespace support (usually amazing) but no help at all this time. Thank you to anyone that can save me!
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