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  1. Generally thats achieved by using the :hover tag in CSS. Making all links a certain color, except for the ones that got their CSS changed later down the line, would thus be achieved by using the code snippet below. a:hover { color: #C71585; } Personally I think it's always a good Idea to apply the same rules to :focus as to :hover. In this case the links would also change color, when focusing on them using TAB on a computer keyboard. a:hover, a:focus{ color: #C71585; }
  2. From what I understand you want your image to appear only once, both on mobile and desktop, right? On Desktop the image is supposed to be on the right side of your text, while on mobile, its supposed to be above the text, correct? This should be easily possible if you drag the image into the text so the insertion point doesn't appear as a line but rather as a greyish rectangle inside the text.
  3. I dont think there is a way to do this in sqs natively. What you can to however create the entire form in the provided editor, then copy the entire HTML. Then you can edit the form to your liking in the editor of your choice and last you would need to insert the code of the form on the same page as a code block while deleting the original form. This could however lead to the form not working unexpectedly due to some update from sqs or some restructuring of the site on your part. If you are willing accept this and comfortable to edit a few lines of HTML I'll write a little more detailed de
  4. Your site seems to render just fine on both firefox and chrome on my android device, aswell as firefox, internet explorer, edge and chrome on desktop in various different sizes and aspect ratios. Are you sure, this isn't an issue with the web preview in the sqs editor? Not that that would make it much better to work with, but at least it seems there are no issues for your users as far as I could see with my limited testing. Although not in all browsers, your site does seem to have two scrollbars on my end though, which can be really annoying and confusing to scroll through. Maybe that's
  5. Hey, I've asked this before, but didn't really find what I was looking for. I am looking for a way to have the hamburger navigation menu on mobile on one single page instead of folders. Basically I want to keep the same folder structure when hovering over the different objects on desktop, but I want to have a single scrollable menu on mobile, where the different folders are still hinted at with color/intendation. I attached a quick attachment to further explain what I mean. An automatic solution, adjusting for any changes in the site structure would be amazin. I'd be okay though, if I h
  6. Some additional information I got. I succesfully removed all content from the hamburger navigation menu on mobile using this CSS: .header-menu-nav { visibility: hidden; } Additionally I was able to insert my own text using the :after tag in CSS: .header-menu-nav:before { content: ""; visibility: visible; white-space: pre; } This creates some awful bugs on the desktop site though, for example, depending on the amount of lines added through the content property, the upper part would not be clickable whatsoever anymore.
  7. Hey, I was wondering if anyone can suggest a way to have the hamburger navigation menu, which is organized in the usual folder structure, on a single page, where the folder elements are accessible by scrolling rather than clicking. Ideally the folder names would still be listed in a seperated font or something. The folder structure should definetely still stay the same on desktop with the folders popping up when hovering over them. I attached a quick mockup what I would imagine it to look like.
  8. Oh wait, I think I figured it out. You can use the content property in CSS in order to insert images. See here.
  9. Hey, I want an image to be used as a button on multiple pages of my website. I got the image button working by uploading the image to squarespace and then getting the URL and implementing the hole thing manually using the HTML <img> element inside an <a href> element in a Code block finishing it of with some CSS Styling. I was wondering if there was a way to change the image later down the line if I ever decide to redesign my button without going through each and every single page and changing the image src URL. Thanks in advance.
  10. We do not have acces to your site, as its private. You can set it to password only, so we can acces it. As far as I'm aware, there is not really a solution by squarespace, but there are some workarounds. If you just leave the main title empty, it will not show up in the final version. You can hide the elements individually, using the display: none tag from CSS. The code would look like this: /*hides the previous and next buttons from all blog pages*/ .item-pagination.item-pagination--prev-next { display: none; } /*hides the title from all
  11. Hey guys, I am looking for a way to add gallery blocks to my squarespace 7.1 website. Appereantly they removed them according to this support page, which is really annoying and feels more like a downgrade. I absolutely do not want an entire gallery section, I just need a single block, that I can place similar to the image block inline with text. The user should then be able to cycle through these images easily. The page admin should be able to easily add and edit more images to that gallery, but as long as I get it working in the first place it should be decent enough.
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