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Paul_in

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  1. This is done, I placed twice the "social links block" in both position and then one is hidden for the screen/tablet and the other one is hidden for the phone version. Thanks for the hint tuanphan ! /*Footer - Social links order screen/phone fix*/ @media screen and (max-width: 640px){ #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591436221045_7428 { display:none !important; }} @media screen and (min-width: 640px){ #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1614055704344_21959 { display:none !important; }}
  2. Ha yes I had not thought about that trick thanks ! I think I know the right code for that I used it for some other parts of the website. I'll try and post the result here wether I succeed or not 🙂
  3. Site URL: https://www.casegoods.in/ Hi Everyone, I've been trying to solve that on my own with answers I found on this forum but unfortunately nothing worked. I made a footer with 3 blocks and I would simply like a different block order for the Phone version. This is the screen version which is fine This is the automatic rearrangement on the phone version And this is what I would like to achieve, swapping the "About" block with the "insta + mail icon" block. Would someone have the right code for that ?
  4. @ryandejaegherHehe yes I was still trying and here is the final code I found that made it possible : /*main page phone: drawings center caption*/ @media screen and (max-width: 640px) { #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_25330, #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_20185, #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_21157{ .image-caption { text-align: center !important; margin-top:0px; }}} /*main page screen: drawings center caption*/ @media screen and (min-width: 640px) { #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_25330, #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_20185, #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1591978977963_
  5. Site URL: https://www.casegoods.in/ Hi, Password of the website : CaseGoods_C3 I've made a custom design for all the captions of my images with this bit of code : /* caption design*/ .sqs-block.image-block .image-caption-wrapper p { font-size: 16px !important; letter-spacing: 0.02em !important; line-height: 1.3 !important; font-family: "Asul" !important; text-align: left; padding-top: 0px !important; margin-top: -5px; a {color: #05424d !important;} a:hover{color: #ffffff !important;} } I'm very happy about it but I then added 3 Images on my landing pa
  6. Ok I was searching of the same answer and was able to make an hover effect work so helping people who might want the same This is working for : - images that are a link - images in a summary block that are therefore a link by default - images in a blog area that are therefore a link by default And not on : - images in a gallery - images that are not a link .sqs-block-image a:hover img { filter: grayscale(100%); } /*Image in a summary: hover effect*/ .sqs-gallery-design-carousel .sqs-gallery-design-carousel-slide a:hover img { filter: grayscale(100%); } /*Image
  7. Hurray ! Thanks @tuanphan Working perfectly with this only : <style> /*404 Link color fix*/ .sqs-slide-wrapper[data-slide-type="cover-page"] [data-slice-type="navigation"] ul li a { color: #05424d !important;} </style>
  8. Hi @tuanphan Thanks for following up, I tried your code but didn't work the way I was hoping, maybe I've not been clear enough in my first message so adding images. Basically I just want the automatic rearranging that is happening for the phone at 640px width and make all the block go under each other to actually happen at 1080px width. So that the final tablet version is not like the desktop version with multiple columns but for it too look like the phone version with 1 column with all the blocks rearranged under each other. And I would like this for the entire website.
  9. Site URL: https://www.casegoods.in/404 Hi everyone, password of the website : CaseGoods_C3 over the past 3 weeks, I got my hands on how to find the right ".sqs" blocks with developer tools on a browser and use it to customise a big bunch of things with the Custom CSS area. But somehow I'm not able to find the right one on the cover page I designed for the 404 error page. On this page I would like to update the hyperlink style, by default it's "active" and fade when mouse hover. I would like to give it a colour that changes on hover instead of the fading. When I'm in the cust
  10. @jpeterThanks again for following up, I tried a first time and wasn't able to fix the bug. I was about to suggest a different way of doing by using this script on all the other pages of the website to "force" loading a header background of my choice everywhere. More of a tweak than a clean solution. But I copied the updated code again to make sure I had not made any mistake in the process and it seems to be working perfectly now. I'm very grateful you took the time to make that customisation, it's really makes a huge difference graphically to me! Best Paul
  11. @jpeter I just noticed this whole Javascript has created another issue. If I'm on the landing page at a position where the header has the coloured background "on" and I use the menu to go to another page, this new page works as planned with a fixed menu on top with a coloured background that goes over the content (cf image 1). all good But if I'm on the landing page at a position where the header has a transparent background and I go into another page, then this page doesn't work as planned, it "inherits" the transparent background setup. (cf image 2) and I have to refresh this page
  12. @jpeter Sorry to push but any chance this script you made could also include making the dropdown folder background transparent on "landing-01" area (I renamed home-01 to be more consistent) and "landing-06" area and coloured background anywhere else?
  13. Ok so everything works perfectly but one tiny thing : In the phone version I don't get why, the menu is with a background colour : that colour is the colour of the SITE : BORDER color if this option is active that colour is the colour of the FOOTER : Background color When I scroll on my phone, that background colour scrolls with my page and then everything is perfect. I found this online which I think explains how to fix that issue on a banner, but mine is not a banner, it's a gallery https://www.rebeccagracedesigns.com/blog/mobile-navigation-on-header-image Any tho
  14. Thanks a ton! It looks exactly like what I need and it goes beyond it by also thinking about the second gallery / banner lower in the page and it's easy to customise the colour in the CSS after that. And you even thought about the Phone version which I was ok to give up on. That's really awesome. A couple of question because it's going a little bit beyond my knowledge, I know how to mess with the CSS but not javascript 🙂 Ok I actually managed on my own to include all this and make it work so answering my own questions for the people who might read this. Where am I supposed to
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