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  1. Thanks again @bangank36! Final question - is there a code I can use to hide the inbuilt navigation menu on desktop view, but display it on mobile?
  2. Thank you! @bangank36 ! Last question: Is there a way to get the menu to be concealed (in the hamburger) by default, then appear when you click on the hamburger? At the moment, the menu is sitting on top of the other content and not hiding when I click the hamburger. If that is too complex, is there a way to just have the menu sitting above the rest of the content, so you see the menu, then scroll down to start the rest of the site?
  3. Site URL: https://www.crossingtheline.online/ Site password: ctlonline Hi there, I'm hoping for some help with creating a mobile navigation menu using the Header Content of my site. I've currently disabled mobile nav using: #mobileMenuLink a { visibility: hidden; } I am using the Header Content for my site menu (see screenshots attached) - and would like this to also appear as a mobile menu with hamburger icon or dropdown. Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks!
  4. Site URL: https://www.crossingtheline.online/ Site password: ctlonline Hi there, I'm hoping for some help with making my side-content responsive across desktop and laptop screens. The main page is a blog page on Wells. On the right hand side, the flashing plus icons reveal text on hover. But the text box runs off the page and is unreadable on smaller desktop views (laptop). The site is responsive for tablet and mobile, but is there a way I can add CSS to ensure the text boxes stay within the site margins when viewed on laptops or smaller desktop screens? I followed t
  5. Site URL: https://crossingtheline.squarespace.com/ Site password: ctlonline Hello, Hoping to get some help adding a background image to the homepage of my site, using Wells theme. Using custom CSS I want to add a background image that covers the blog and right sidebar, but leave the left sidebar navigation clean. I tried this but haven't had any luck: div#canvas { background-image: url(https://i.pinimg.com/564x/ca/71/f6/ca71f61e01e93adcca2683696296e787.jpg); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: cover; } Thanks in advance! Carly
  6. Site URL: https://www.willsandwishes.com.au/ Hi, I'm hoping to get some help with custom css for repositioning the main navigation below the site title/logo, effective site-wide. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
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