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  1. Site URL: http://tylerelise.com Hi there, I'm currently using this code in the custom CSS for my website to get the gallery images to have 8px of space between them: #container-content { padding-left: 8px!important; padding-right: 8px!important; } #grid .item { margin-left:-8px; a { border: 16px solid #fff; } /* Overlay size on hover */ .wrapper { margin: 16px; } } The issue I'm noticing is that the images now sit towards the bottom right corner and are off-center in the box. I've attached an image of what this looks like in edit view, you can see the content is sitting towards the bottom right of the container. It seems like something is effecting the right margin within the code (I've also attached a screenshot from the inspect view to show this). I'm wondering if maybe because it's a white border and not a margin the borders to the right of each image are now covering 8px of its neighboring image? Any help would be appreciated, thank you!
  2. Hi! Thanks so much for this, I'm noticing when using this code that the gallery images are a bit off-center now. They're skewing towards the bottom right corner. Any idea on how to fix this? I've attached the link to my website below for reference as well as an image that shows what it looks like in edit mode, it looks like the images are sitting at the corner of their respective boxes, not sure if this is what's causing the issue. Thank you! https://www.tylerelise.com/
  3. Nevermind, I fixed this by going into the settings of that page > media > and adding an image here! will leave this up in case it helps anyone else 🙂
  4. Site URL: https://www.tylerelise.com/ Hi! I've been using the "add gallery or page" button when I want to add something new to my Work page - normally I have just gone for the gallery option, but I've since decided that other page layouts would be more useful for my content. I tried to add an "about" layout page, thinking it would display the same way that a gallery page would on my work page (with an image block) - I added this new page and it's not showing up. Is this something that typically doesn't work, or is this a bug on my end? Attaching an image for reference - the "Tyler Elise Morph" project is the new project I am trying to add that is not showing up. Thanks in advance!
  5. @tuanphan personal - is this something you'd only be able to do with a business plan?
  6. @tuanphan It seems to mostly be working, but on hover the image is getting cut off (it's the same size as the original image that it's replacing) - any idea of how to fix that? This is the code I'm using (same as above), I'll also attach a screenshot - thank you! header#topBar .siteTitle:hover img { visibility: hidden; } header#topBar .siteTitle:hover a { background-image: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b6a1ca95417fc8b395b5d7d/t/5e5eceac961f0532348cb896/1583271596165/tyler-elise-wink-01.png); background-size: cover; background-position: center center; background-repeat: no-repeat; }
  7. Site URL: https://www.tylerelise.com/ Hi all, I removed the "view" subtitle from my gallery hover state and was wondering if there was a way to now get the titles themselves to be centered in the space - they currently sit a little high up (I'm assuming to accommodate for the subtitle that was once there) Thanks in advance!
  8. Site URL: https://www.tylerelise.com/ On mobile my logo sits under the "menu" nav link, is there a way to swap these? Also is there a way to make it so my logo has less padding on mobile? Right now they sit very far apart from one another, but I don't want to have to make it smaller on desktop (link and screenshot attached) Thanks in advance!
  9. Site URL: https://www.tylerelise.com/ I'm trying to add a hover state to my logo where it just swaps for another image on the hover. Any tips on how to achieve? Thank you!
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