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  1. With the gradient turned off here, the nav folder dropdown now holds on to the original banner colour (blue, vs the solid red I have added to the Page Header code). I'm not seeing how to target that drop-down folder here. Help once more @tuanphan? Much gratitude in advance!
  2. I have a related question. Does anyone know how to trigger a different header style for only some pages? i.e., default gradient style on most pages; solid on others. I have two brands on one website; I have created a replacement navigation menu using Will Meyers Nav Replacement plug-in, and a second footer with hide globally / show locally logic. I am using the gradient style for the main brand's nav (Brush Education https://brush-education.squarespace.com). I was able to revise the colour of the gradient for the second nav. <style> :root { --gradientHeaderBackgroundColor: *insert gradient* !important; } </style> Instead I want the second brand's nav to be SOLID. Does anyone know how can I trigger this in CSS? I'd like to include it in the header code for each page that belongs to the second brand (Dog Training Press https://brush-education.squarespace.com/dtp-catalogue/p/retriever). PW: brushview Thanks!
  3. I would like to know how to change the blog post background colour, and have a different colour for the side-by-side alternating blog index, i.e., in 7.1, "Bright 2" for the index and "Lightest 1" for the blog posts themselves.
  4. I also need this — would like to be able to have a form submission create a draft blog post, which the website manager can review and publish without having to manually move content around. Squarespace used to offer a way to add blog posts with a special email address...something like that would work too, as long as they were created as unpublished drafts.
  5. Maybe you can simply reverse that setup? Set the main blog page to only show 1 post at a time (in its settings pane) and use the summary block in a section beneath, using the recommended code to remove out the current post from the summary.
  6. I need something very similar — my client wants to be able to simply screen and approve postings, which we have been setting up as blog entries currently. I have not seen a solution yet — anyone else find anything for this question?
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