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KaijuCorgi

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  1. Thank you @tuanphan! This site is definitely a work in progress, but those are very helpful!
  2. 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
  3. 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:
  4. 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.
  5. 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?
  6. 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?
  7. 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 }
  8. I just ended up adding text links to the bottom of each project. I'll have to update everything manually if I move things around, but I don't have many projects so that's fine.
  9. @bbowers00 My projects are currently regular subpages under the "work" folder, so they show up in global navigation. If that's what you're looking for, it's super easy! Just make any main page in your global nav (like work, or "projects", "clients" etc) a folder and add regular pages to it. But they don't link to each other automatically like the portfolio pages do in my screenshot above. I'm sure there's a way to do it involving pagination, but I haven't figured it out yet.
  10. @tuanphanI ended up switching back to standard Squarespace social icons, but here's my original thread on the issue:
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