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  1. I'm building a special landing page for a community outreach program and I would like the H1 font on this page - and this page only - to be Abril Fatface. That is a Google or Adobe font within Squarespace. Here's the link to the page: https://www.georgiacycling.org/girls-ride I know I can put style code into the header of this page using the advanced page settings. I have seen code to change size and color but can't figure out how to change the actual font. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
  2. DUUUDE! You are amazing. I can't believe I overlooked that. I looked it over multiple times too! I appreciate your time and your effort to help people. This code makes for an amazing user experience. Thanks again!!
  3. @creedon Hate to bother you on an old topic, but I can't seem to get this to work. I'm trying to add a description under each category. I have added all of the code and did a test. This page: https://www.sweetteaoriginals.com/shop/shatterproof-cups Should have "These cups are great!" (just typed something as a test) under the category title of "Shatterproof Cups" What am I doing wrong?
  4. Site URL: https://www.sweetteahostess.com/products/low-country-boil Hello, I'm trying to add a header image to each category page within a 7.1 shop. Currently, if you add an image it appears across the entire store. I would like each category to have its own image. For example products > low country boil would use one image while products > oyster roast would use a different image. Currently, we achieve this by creating standalone pages using a summary block. But this creates competing pages. Ideally, from an SEO standpoint I would like to avoid this and use the shop pages. But having a distinct hero image on each page is a priority. Appreciate any thoughts.
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