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  1. Hey, I could only make this work for background images, rather than standalone, but the way I did it was: edit section > background > add your image > image effect > film grain. Might not be what you're looking for, but hope that helps!
  2. Site URL: https://bamboo-lime-face.squarespace.com/ Hi all! I have two issues, one of which might solve the other! 1: I am trying to stop the Available / Unavailable words on my website from wrapping onto two lines on different screens. this is what it looks like on a laptop full screen (which I like) As you can see, when the screen is smaller - i.e. when I have the Custom CSS section open on my computer - the words wrap onto two lines how do i stop the words from wrapping onto two lines? 2: which might be a workaround for the
  3. You are the BEST! Thank you so much! Worked perfectly...
  4. Site URL: https://bamboo-lime-face.squarespace.com/ Hi all! Would love some help. I have a rental website and I am showing what dates are available / unavailable with colour coordinating (grey - available; dark green - unavailable). I therefore don't want the fly-out box to appear on hover, as it won't contain any information. is there any nifty code to hide the white flyout / pop up box? In the image below, my mouse is hovering over the number 14 thanks!
  5. Hi - I'm trying this too! I'm using this code for my squirrel image: @media screen and (max-width:640px) { #yui_3_17_2_1_1609273271198_420 { width: 60% !important; height: 100% !important; margin: 0 auto; } } to try and make it so that my squirrel stays small on mobile view when I fiddle with the custom CSS, adjusting the width is having a visible effect, but adjusting the height isn't... any advice on my syntax?? as you can see below, the width is adjusted, but the height stays the same:
  6. @colin.irwin - Is there a way to stop the calendar popup completely? I am using my calendar to show available / unavailable, I don't want there to be a pop-up on hover. Green means the dates are unavailable, grey means they are available (I am going to make that clear elsewhere. I don't want there to be a pop-up when I hover over the date - currently- as you can see below- when I hover over the date "8", there is a grey black popup that appears. Thanks in advance!
  7. anyone able to help? Would be much appreciated! @ItsOK did you find an answer to your 4th problem? And (probably the most difficult one) put a standard to the hover windows. Now, one event opens an overlay that fills two boxes, while the other one fills four. Looks completely random and doesn't make any sense to me. (Please see the images attached)
  8. I'm having this issue with many of the images on my site - all of the headline images, and then certain gallery images COMPUTER VIEW: MOBILE VIEW This affects all headline images. With my gallery, vertical images look fine in mobile view, but there is an automatic zoom / crop on horizontal images COMPUTER VIEW MOBILE VIEW: Any help VERY much appreciated! thanks
  9. so are you saying that there is no way to have a clickable navigation menu (with sub menus) without a business plan? its either: 1: only have one navigation menu (no submenus) 2: pay quite a bit extra per year to have a " business plan " But that's such basic user friendliness! I've never seen a website where you have to hover and then click on sub menu items- thats such a bad format. Disappointing from squarespace!
  10. One image per row, with the whole word within the image (and not like the letters 'umme' from 'Summer', as per the image above. thanks!
  11. Is there any way to do this without code injection in 7.1? I don't want to have to pay quite a bit extra for a business plan just to do one thing, but this is really annoying of squarespace to reduce the functionality in what is supposed to be an update. My issue is that for my rental website, I want my link in the main navigation to go to 'Bedrooms' (which shows all of the rooms) and the dropdown menu only to show specific rooms (English Room, Ski Room) Currently, the 'Sleeping' tab in the main navigation isn't a link, only a drop down menu, so I have to have a second link 'Sleepin
  12. Hi, I tried this too with my calendar, but the CSS didn't work. I'm having 3 issues: 1) I want to change the background colour, so that the days that are available are pale grey, while the days which are unavailable are dark grey / black. This is it now: I'd like it to look more like this : 2) I also don't want there to be a pop out when I hover over the day. For some reason, it's a weird rectangular shape that covers two days: if it could be a square, then fine, otherwise I'd rather it just didn't pop up at all. 3) I'd LOVE to
  13. @tuanphan its also an issue for the mobile view for these seasonal pictures, when I do caption overlay on hover is there a way of making it so that on mobile view, you only see one picture at a time (with the text the appropriate size, within the image) and not 4 images with giant text? Thank you!!
  14. Hey there, I've tried out all the CSS above for my site, and none of it has solved the issue. The images in the Pricing section of my website (on the home page) look fine when it is mobile view or full screen, but any other size (e.g. when I'm editing it on squarespace) and the text goes outside the image block. Would really appreciate any help with this! Thanks so much in advance! My site is https://bamboo-lime-face.squarespace.com/
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