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  1. I may need to use that elsewhere depending on which is less work, thank you!
  2. I ended up just making exceptions for the text blocks where I didn't want blue bold, and that works great. But if there's a better solution let me know! I figure the less #block-level css I need the better.
  3. Site URL: https://www.cassiebarden.com/gates-wip I'm trying to add css so that the bold text in some text blocks is #06BCC1 instead of black. But I don't want to change ALL bold for this paragraph style. Attached is what I want it to look like. This is my p1, and I use p1 elsewhere and want regular default/black bolding. I've tried a few different things but it either does nothing or changes all bold text. I figure I can make this code blocks and use <span> but I thought I'd check to see if there's a better way first.
  4. Thank you @tuanphan! This site is definitely a work in progress, but those are very helpful!
  5. Site URL: https://www.cassiebarden.com I just added some CSS to my site to give my logo a hover effect (hovering triggers an animated gif) but now it's not clickable. I see why, since using CSS I added a second image on top of the logo placed through Squarespace's editor. But I can't access the HTML so I'm not sure how to make it a link... This is the guide I used: https://beatrizcaraballo.com/blog/animated-logo
  6. Site URL: https://kangaroo-squid-e557.squarespace.com/new-page https://kangaroo-squid-e557.squarespace.com/new-page password: seawolf I'm trying to make floating cards, and I'd love the images to be full-bleed. I tried changing the padding to get the image full bleed, but that killed my corner radius for the upper right and left corners. I also had to add padding back in for the text portion, but I'm not sure what code to use - should I be using selectors like "p" or is there a squarespace ID? Here's what I'm trying to do:
  7. Sorry I've kept working on it and forgot to update this conversation! The new URL is https://www.cassiebarden.com/mountain-mike-redesign and there is no password.
  8. Site URL: https://www.cassiebarden.com/mm-wip-version2 I recently figured out how to turn long skinny images on my site into vertical scroll boxes (https://forum.squarespace.com/topic/195106-how-to-create-manual-vertical-scrolling-for-very-tallskinny-images) - and it's exactly what I want except the caption is now hidden inside there somewhere. Is there any way to move the image caption outside the image box just enough so I can enter text but it still looks like a regular caption?
  9. It looks like this is what I'd do with standard HTML/css (from w3schools): #myDIV { width:150px; height:200px; overflow-y:scroll; } My guess is that if I can find the specific id for the image, I can add this to my custom css and it will "contain" it and add a vertical scrollbar?
  10. Site URL: https://www.cassiebarden.com/mountain-mikes-website I'm working on a portfolio site which includes a lot of mobile designs that are really tall and skinny. This is a big design challenge. I just saw something on another site (https://austinknight.com/work/petbrosia) that would be a perfect solution. Is there any way to achieve this in Squarespace? EDIT: solved it. Found the unique image id using the Squarespace chrome extension, and used the following code: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1620689263094_32313 { width: 300px; height: 600px; overflow-y:scroll }
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