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antasz

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  1. Hi @tuanphan,

    I tried to apply your code independently but failed:
    https://okra-heron-ks3m.squarespace.com
    pass: pptest

    I've attached the image showing what I want to create (no need to worry about the colours): red bar without margin, with social icons on the right, with the extra extra logo (PP_LOGO_s_P%26P_logo_standard.png) that is now hanging in the air, in the red bar after the social icons. 

    Can you help me with this, please!

    Thank you, 
    Anita

    Screenshot 2024-06-12 at 11.21.52.png

  2. @Ziggy, can you help me also, please! I tried to apply your code to my case, but failed. 

    I want to display my blog posts pulled in the summary block with 'alternating side by side' design. 
    Here, on the Home page, is my summary block, under 'Legutóbbi projektjeink': https://broccoli-kumquat-bs8a.squarespace.com/ (pass: atnif)

    And I want to give it the same look as the blog page here: https://broccoli-kumquat-bs8a.squarespace.com/hu/projektek

    Can you help me, please?

    Thanks in advance

  3. @dankamminga ,

    here is the script what I'm using.

    With this solution, if there is no Previous or Next link, it will not be displayed, i.e. it will not say Previous or Next. 

    Maybe it helps you.

    <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
    <script>
      $(document).ready(function() {
        var currentUrl = window.location.href;
        if (currentUrl.includes("/hirek/")) {
          var pagination = $('.pagination');
          var prevLink = pagination.find('a:contains("Prev")');
          var nextLink = pagination.find('a:contains("Next")');
          var prevText = pagination.contents().filter(function() {
            return this.nodeType === 3 && this.textContent.trim() === 'Prev /';
          });
          var nextText = pagination.contents().filter(function() {
            return this.nodeType === 3 && this.textContent.trim() === '/ Next';
          });
    
          if (prevLink.length > 0) {
            prevLink.text('Előző');
          } else if (prevText.length > 0) {
            prevText[0].textContent = 'Előző / ';
            prevText[0].nodeValue = ''; // kitörli ha nincs is előző
          }
    
          if (nextLink.length > 0) {
            nextLink.text('Következő');
          } else if (nextText.length > 0) {
            nextText[0].textContent = ' / Következő';
            nextText[0].nodeValue = ''; // kitörli ha nincs is következő
          }
        }
      });
    </script>

     

  4. Hi, 

    I would like to ask help with the following:

    On this bilingual site, I would like to translate the words "Prev" and "Next" ("Előző" and "Következő") at the bottom of blog posts under the Hungarian news (e.g. https://www.baem.hu/hirek/2023/01/30/folytattuk-az-egyuttmukodest-az-iaeste-szervezetevel), even if there is a link on them, but also if they are the first or last posts, i.e. there are without links.

    There is an English news site which is also a blog, there you should keep the words "Prev" and "Next".

    Thanks

  5. Hello, 
    Here is what I would like help with. 
    I have created forms in Hungarian for my client's website. 
    The emails that arrive with the subscription do not contain the special "Hungarian" characters, but HTML entities. 
    The client is very annoyed by this. 
    Can I fix this bug in Squarespace or do they need to adjust something in the mail system?
    Thank you, 
    a.

  6. 14 hours ago, creedon said:

    I'm not able to reproduce your issue. I see the language switcher links on all the burger menus of each language.

    Hello! Thanks for your reply! 
    The problem is not with the language selector, but with the red button. On desktop both languages have the button in the navigation, but on mobile the English version has no button in the sandwich menu. 

  7. Site URL: https://dory-krill-pzyz.squarespace.com/

    Hello, 

    I've browsed the forum but I haven't found an answer so I'd like to ask for help with the following,

    I have a Masonry blog page (https://dory-krill-pzyz.squarespace.com/hirek, password: cssk12ker) which I've given a more or less acceptable look. 

    I'd like to adapt this style to the Summary section (under the Title: Hírek) on the main page (https://dory-krill-pzyz.squarespace.com/), which draws content from this blog. I want it to look exactly the same: thumbnail image first, meta content: date and categories, title and excerpt. Same font settings, padding, etc. 

    What is the easiest way to do this?

    Which style should I add to what in CSS?

    Or how?

    Thanks!

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