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  1. I tried adding the blocks used, hoping they would align correctly, but that did not work. In the end, it was easier to identify the bits that defined a row, and just copy that. If one could select multiple blocks and copy them it might have worked, but each row was nested <div>s with the blocks inserted in them...one that defined the row and then another that defined the columns, so to speak, though of course a table can't be as responsive.
  2. Site URL: https://www.welcomingthestranger.org/2020fallappeal I am embedding a PDF from OneDrive (Google Docs screws up the document format). Everything works, but the document is displayed in the embedded Office Application (Word) with a zoom level of 75%. There is a menu that users can use to change this, and the 50% level would be ideal as the entire document is displayed. There are other menu items for downloading the document or displaying it in full screen, so this is not the end of the world, but I would like to know if there is a way to specify the zoom level, since it will be a better experience for the users.
  3. Well, with developer tools open I was able to copy and past a series of <div>s that contained the controls and that managed to do the trick. I have to say that it would be a lot better to be able to copy several controls and paste them in to the visual editor, at least from the point of view of a normal users. Now I just have to edit the last few items added.
  4. Site URL: https://www.welcomingthestranger.org/team I am volunteering with a local non-profit that needed some help with their webpage. We wanted to use a Team Layout for various groups, such as the Board of Directors. Seemed easy enough, until I needed more than three entries on the page. How does one add a row, or rows to this layout? Any help would be most appreciated. Cheers, John
  5. It seems that when I view the pages of my site, all of the pages are built referencing fbml. Are all Squarespace pages built this way, or is this a choice someone in the organization made at some point? The creator of the theme? As far as I know, the people that built this site used only the basic Squarespace tools. How much information is Facebook hoovering?
  6. Site URL: https://www.welcomingthestranger.org/volunteerportal I am helping a local non-profit with their website. There is a password protected page for volunteers, and another for students. The page that displays for password entry contains a graphic, which sizes properly on a phone screen, but extends off the page, top and bottom, when viewed on a computer screen. Have tested it with Chrome, Firefox and Edge, and it behaves the same on all of them. Where would I find the settings for this "login" page, not the protected page? I would very much like to fix it as it looks stupid. My guess is that the problem occurs because a mobile browser is typically in portrait mode, while a computer is in landscape mode. Any help would be most appreciated. Cheers.
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