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  1. Site URL: https://www.laslilasylaluna.bio Hi! I would like to show in the calendar of events all the 1-day workshops that we organize, but not the course that encompasses all these workshops (during 1 year) to avoid that the course appears in every day of the calendar. I wonder if it is possible to make the calendar show only one category of events. any help is welcome!!! the page in point: https://www.laslilasylaluna.bio/talleres
  2. We are in a similar situation: we organize one-day workshops, but these are included in a complete course that lasts the whole year, but only on certain weekends. We would like the course to appear only on days when there is a workshop and in second position after the workshop or not appear in the calendar of events, but we did not find a way to make it possible. Any ideas? Site: https://laslilasylaluna.bio/talleres
  3. thanks @tuanphan!!! and some idea for the background to deform to fit the whole area???? 😐
  4. Site URL: https://sealion-dogfish-x6kw.squarespace.com/ hello people! I am trying that some of the sections (with different measures) have the same .svg background-image that adapts to each one of them (I don't mind it being deformed but I do need it to cover the whole background). I have tried with: section:not(.has-background) .content-wrapper { background-image: url("data:image/svg+xml,%3Csvg xmlns[...my .svg code...]"); background-position: center; background-size: 100% 100%; background-attachment: scroll; background-repeat: no-repeat; } but always
  5. Find the ID of the section (Google extensions: Squarespace ID finder) + add the class of the background image (.section-background): section[data-section-id=“yourDataSectionID”] .section-background { } After that, creates svg code. Here you area good tutorial for that: https://css-tricks.com/using-svg/ And once the .svg chart code is generated, we assign it to the "background-image" property in the stylesheet code keys: section[data-section-id=“yourDataSectionID”] .section-background { background-image: url(”data:image/svg+xml;base64,[data]”)
  6. Site URL: https://sealion-dogfish-x6kw.squarespace.com/ Hello everyone! Site is still on trial: https://sealion-dogfish-x6kw.squarespace.com/ I'm trying to place a .svg background image (repeat-pattern) in a specific section; looking for information in the tutorials and in the forum, but I can't get it: ...it works with the whole page, but not with a specific section. 😞 Anyone there who can help me????
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