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doppelr

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  1. Site URL: https://renerodlauer.com Hey guys! I hope you are all doing good and having a great start in the week. I just updated my website on the weekend and am very happy with how it looks on a PC or Mac, but, I really don't like two major things on my mobile version. I switched to the Avenue template and am happy with it but, even if I select "Thumbnails per row" to 1 - it will display two rows on mobile. Additionally the size of the thumbnails will get even smaller. Is there any possibility to attack these two factors with custom css? I would love to make my mobile site index page with all the projects look as closely as on Mac/PC and it really is just the placement of the thumbnails and their size, so I hope there is a way. Thank you very much! Attached you will find a screenshot of my website on Mac/pc and a screenshot of my website on mobile. Best, René
  2. Site URL: https://renerodlauer.com Hey everyone! I'm a Squarespace user for two years now and I always was very happy with my Template 'Avenue'. Now, I want to change to a more busy template and I'm really not sure which one I should take. I tried to find a reference and found one that is pretty close, but I really don't have any Idea which of the Squarespace Templates works closest with it - maybe someone here has a few tips for me? The reference site: http://boyinthecastle.com What do I like about it in terms of Webdesign: I would also like to start my site with moving images like in the reference. I can imagine this to be my "Home". If I click on one category, I would love to end up in a very similar setting the reference has, I would just order the blocks differently but I really like that one. I also attached two files to show you exactly which two pages I'm trying to get combined with one Template of Squarespace. I'm pretty sure the source/reference is a paied and built website for the specific production company, BUT, I would love to see how close I can get to what they've done. I'm stoked to see what kinds of input I get and wish you all the best! Thanks, René
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