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  1. This page contains a slideshow plugin that, following some unwritten rules, will display uncropped images AND uncropped captions. It still blows my mind that this isn't a basic function for squarespace galleries. The plugin is from POWR https://www.kvmexhibits.org/murphy-darden
  2. Did you ever find a solution to this? I ended up using a gallery plugin that works great, but it lacks in customer service and reliability.
  3. Site URL: https://www.kvmexhibits.org I'm interested in some kind of floating menu icon or sticky subheader for pages with many sections. Especially on mobile, it would great to be able to easily jump from one section to another without scrolling or swiping. Maybe it's a dropdown menu with section headings. And wherever you jump to, the menu remains visible but returns to a carrot or something. Thanks everyone.
  4. Site URL: https://www.kvmexhibits.org/showmoredemo In the second section of the provided url, I'm using the following: Markdown: ### **+RYAN'S CIRCUS** Held in October 1991... Then at the bottom of the section I'm using the following code block: <script type="text/javascript"src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1/jquery.min.js"></script><script>$(document).ready(function(){$('.markdown-block .sqs-block-content h3').css('cursor','help');$(".markdown-block .sqs-block-content h3").nextUntil("h3").slideToggle();$(".markdown-block .sqs-block-content h3").click(function(){$(this).nextUntil("h3").slideToggle();});});</script> I'm wondering if there's an addition to this code that would add a collapse function at the end of a markdown. On mobile, some of these markdowns will be really long and it would be nice to just collapse when you're done reading, instead of scrolling back up to collapse it.
  5. Hi thanks for the reply. I'm confused on these directions. 1. What "your CSS" are you referring to? I was unsure, so I might be skipping that part. Instead, I made a new demo page and added 2 sections. In the first section, I added one text block that says "Expand Next". Then I added a second section (just a generic Headline template). 2. Where does your following code code? In 'Page Settings - Advanced'? Based on what I described above, nothing happens - but I'm sure I have it wrong. Thanks again.
  6. Site URL: https://www.kvmexhibits.org/close-to-home Hi, I've seen a couple different examples of other people trying to achieve this, but I haven't come across a successful code yet. On the URL I provided, I have the beginnings of a workaround for an individual page that will contain a lot of text. In the second section down, I used markdown and a code block to make a some simple expanding headings. However, I would like to do this with an ENTIRE section. Ideally, each section would be a background image, heading, and a plus sign. Super ideally, once expanded, the section would have a minus sign at the top and bottom. I wouldn't just be expanding text however. I wish to expand images, galleries, etc. Is this possible?
  7. Additional context: When I open image editor, the bottom margin is conveniently correct. However, when I apply changes. The bottom margin reappears. 😕
  8. Here is a partial screenshot - in edit mode, hovering the mouse over a single image shows extra space on the bottom. The blue container is uniform on the sides and top, but not the bottom. Here is what's currently enabled in the image-edit Design mode: - Inline Image - Captions are turned off - Image is stretched to span the container - Every and all combination (to my knowledge) of these Design choices does not resolve the problem. I'm guessing some code can get rid of it - any ideas?
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