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Hana

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  1. Thank you @bangank36! This worked. Do you by any chance know how we can delete the space above and below the gallery section so that it works seamlessly with the rest of the page?
  2. I'm not sure if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find it on the forum. I am trying to put 5x image blocks next to each other, but I've noticed that any time I've tried to add 5 blocks (of anything) in a row on Squarespace 7.1, it becomes uneven. Obviously if it is an even number of blocks it seems to work fine (e.g. 6 image blocks in a row works okay) but if it is an even number of blocks that is 5 or more, it doesn't work. Does anyone know a workaround for this? I don't want to use galleries or summaries because I want a detailed caption under the images, and I know t
  3. THANK YOU!!!! This did the job! You are amazing!!
  4. Thanks @tuanphan I used that code and that works to make the text left aligned, but the box itself is still right aligned to the main navigation header. So this is what it looks like: And this is (a photoshopped version of) what I want it to look like: does that make sense? I think @AtomicTangerine and @Iryne are also having the same problem as me 😞
  5. @tuanphan https://www.festivalforthefuture.co/ Thanks in advance :)
  6. @tuanphan, It seems like everyone already figured this out, but I am trying to make the dropdown left aligned rather than right aligned. I found this css code: .header-nav-folder-item {text-align: left !important;} And this was the result: As you can see, the text is left aligned, but the box itself is right aligned to the main navigation heading. Do you know how to make it so the background box is also left aligned? Thank you!!
  7. Hi @IM_Design, I tried this code and it worked - with the text.. but the background box is still right aligned to the main navigation text... Did you find a way to fix this?
  8. On Squarespace 7.1 - go to Design > Font. Click on the settings icon (gear) on your selected font, and click advanced. From there you can make specific changes to different parts of your website, including your blog title :)
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