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neiladots

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  1. Curious if anyone has accomplished this cleanly, I want to set up a page/section that functions essentially identical to the squarespace support site: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206544057-Creating-an-index-for-recipes-or-other-content Essential a table of contents/ documentation type of layout for users to read through a large guide of how to do something!
  2. This works great EXCEPT on mobile, is there a way to just deactivate the whole script from running when on a mobile/touch screen device?
  3. I did this in bedford on my photography page : www.neilafitzgerald.com/photography #collection-53265f8de4b0d58e0bb2ae00 #page { max-width: 100% !important; padding-left: 0px !important; padding-right: 0px !important; padding-top: 11px !important; } (played with the padding to get the styling right) Bedford has a built-in gallery slider in the banner image area (see my home page) but it's only one image per slide. So if you wanted the gallery at the top you could instead use the code above and just hide the banner image (using css) on that page.
  4. Not sure if it's different per template, but it's usually by default the "primary metadata" so turn that to "none" (in the summary block settings) and it should hide. If you don't have that option send me a link to your site and I'll see if I can figure out how to hide it with css (Should be easy?)
  5. Create a "Blog" for your testimonials, and have each one as a post.Then use the summary block summarizing the blog (make sure thumbnails is unchecked).
  6. The link you posted is to a page using the Marquee template (not Hayden). It would arguably be a lot easier to switch templates if that's the effect you're after. Design-wise the templates are very similar. If you like Hayden too much, try the answers here: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/34168/create-scroll-arrow-or-text-on-bedford-homepage
  7. The link you posted is to a page using the Marquee template (not Hayden). It would arguably be a lot easier to switch templates if that's the effect you're after. Design-wise the templates are very similar. If you like Hayden too much, try the answers here: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/34168/create-scroll-arrow-or-text-on-bedford-homepage
  8. Thanks for this, it fixed my firefox problem! :)
  9. This works great, but not so much for mobile (depending on the size you pick I'm sure). Is there a way to have the mobile rendering of the site ignore this code and behave how it normally would?
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