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SuanMokkhBKK

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  1. Yes, but? Can the z-index of the navigation folder content be changed so the horizontal line does to pass over the drop-down menu content -- allow the nav folder background color and nav content to cover up the new horizontal line. I dropped the z-index for the red line as low as it would go and still be visible (z-index: 3;) and tried targeting the .header-nav-folder-content and .header-nav-folder-wrapper, with a higher z-index but neither of these pushed the red line behind the content.
  2. tuanphan -- Yes. It does appear to be working just fine in the wild on the few devices/browsers I've checked so far. Now if one is actually logged into the site on Squarespace, however, the line appears briefly on refresh, then a flash of the line's color across the header, then the line disappears, but I can certainly live with that. Thank you again.
  3. Site URL: http://bia-dev.squarespace.com Using 7.1. How would one go about attempting to reposition (lower) the horizontal navigation to be just above the red border line as per the mock-up image attached? Thank you.
  4. Thank you tuanphan. Custom CSS now contains your provided code above and mine has been removed. At first it appeared not working, but then checked on a couple iOS devices (all good), then logged out of Squarespace on the desktop, and it does appear to be working there too.
  5. Site URL: http://bia-dev.squarespace.com Using 7.1, I would like to style the bottom of the header to include a 3px horizontal line above 10px of white space. I’ve created a horizontal line using: header#header {border-bottom: 3px solid #821923;} I can’t, however, seem to trigger anything to generate white space below. The development site is bia-dev.squarespace.com. The attached image illustrates what I’m trying to achieve. (Also want to lower the horizontal nav per the image, but that’s another topic.) Thank you.
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