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Joeltaylor

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  1. Site URL: https://bucksreferees.com/appointments We are a referee society and our appointments, managed via a third-party website (WTR), are published on our page. Since we moved from our old website to Squarespace the formatting has changed and when I raised this with WTR they explained the following: The guide they sent says: I was wondering if it's possible to create a .css style sheet and have it published like on the old website, so that I can manually tweak the formatting of the iframe content so it matches what I want?
  2. About 3 seconds after posting this I found this thread which perfectly answered my question: Go into Design > Custom CSS and add this: .sqs-block.code-block.sqs-block-code { padding: 0; }
  3. Site URL: https://www.bucksreferees.com/honours Hi, I'm using code blocks above sections on pages of my website to create anchors, so I can have a page navigation section at the top. However, the code blocks have a physical size that I can't seem to change, leaving an ugly gap between each section. I found a tutorial when I started the site months ago to change some of the template's padding, and I was wondering if there was a way to do the same for code blocks? If I wanted to add space I'd use a spacer! Many thanks in advance.
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