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Skwolven

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  1. OK, I fixed it by turning of Ajax loading, but if someone knows how to rewrite the script so it would work with Ajax enabled I'd be super appreciative!
  2. ok so it works when I turn off ajax loading, which is great - but if anyone can help me rewrite the script so it works with Ajax that would be amazing!
  3. Site URL: http://fredfilms.com/shows I have this script on my blog page: <script> document.querySelectorAll('.BlogList-pagination-link-label').forEach(function(paginationLink) { if (paginationLink.textContent == "Newer") { paginationLink.textContent = "Previous page"; // Customize "Newer" text here } else { paginationLink.textContent = "Next page"; // Customize "Older" text here } }) </script> It has successfully replaced the pagination link titles when I view the site through the squarespace editor, but now that the site is live a
  4. Site URL: https://fredfilms.com I have a custom script on my homepage that loads a different background image each time the page loads. It works great when I view my website within the squarespace editor, but now that the site is live it is doing something weird. I checked in multiple browsers and it's consistently having this same problem. When I refresh my browser it works great! The trouble is that if I navigate to the home page with any of the nav links or the logo in the main nav then I just get a grey background with no image. Any insights into this issue would be GREATLY apprecia
  5. nevermind! I got it to work by taking the image out of the banner and setting background properties with CSS. I've seen some other folks struggling with this so here's what worked for me: CSS #page{ background: #cacaca; background-attachment: fixed; background-position: center; background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: cover; background-blend-mode: multiply; } -style your background however you want. I like the parallax effect and added an overlay so the text on top would stand out more footer code injection: <script type="text/
  6. Site URL: https://fredfilms.com Hi, My website has a scrolling index/homepage with multiple 'blank' pages nested. I added a banner image to the top page with a text overlay and would like that banner image to randomly load each time someone visits the page. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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