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  1. Just in case anyone else gets here with the same problemI think I found a fix that doesn't break things. Instead of: overflow-x: hidden; Try this: overflow-x: clip; It sounds so simple and like it shouldn't be that much different, but for some reason `overflow-x: hidden` broke my layout after working for years (Brine Template). It seems to be making scroll behavior sticky, but setting overflow-x to "clip" seems to solve this.
  2. Worked like a charm. One thing that was tripping me up is that it wasn't showing that it was pinned to the corner in the Squarespace editor, but on the live site it looked fine. I posted a picture for posterity in case someone else runs in to the issue. Thanks so much for the help. IMAGES: (1) How it looks in the editor (2) How it actually looks on the live site
  3. Placed like so, yes. For the sake of explanation, let's just say the white "Black Gryphon" text logo.
  4. Site URL: http://www.theblackgryphon.com Howdy– So, I'm trying to position a logo to the bottom right of the hero/header image. I've been trying to mess around with absolute positioning but I keep hitting a wall. Maybe I'm just not looking at it from the right perspective? Any help is super appreciated.
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