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Leah007

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  1. @tuanphan Amazing thank you so much!
  2. @tuanphan No. I still can't figure out how to make the markdown blocks appear side by side (2 columns) on mobile, and I'm also trying to figure out a way to make the images in the markdown block act as links. Appreciate any help you can give me!
  3. @tuanphan this is how I have my markdown setup: ![(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f3df2611fe18e5f414e4b02/t/605ab451b49fa618a960c266/1616557141605/black+trench+for+home.jpg)][0] ## [<u>SHOP CLOTHING</u> (pictured: vintage black trench, $85 CAD)][1] [0]: /s/black-trench-for-home.jpg [1]: https://www.nuligoods.com/shop/clothes
  4. @tuanphan hmm in working on it a little bit further, I don't think putting the image in markdown will work for what I'm trying to do, as I want the image itself to be an active link to another page. If I place the image in markdown then I haven't been able to make it a working link, as it seems the "link" slot for the image is used up by the link to the image url itself. Do you have any suggestions for me please? Thanks so much!!
  5. @tuanphan I didn't know that you could do that thank you!! I've done it for the first two images (shop clothing and shop accessories) but now Squarespace is doing this thing where, when two markdown blocks are right next to each other, it auto merges them into a single markdown block, so I haven't done the last two yet. Would this get in the way of coding them to display side by side? Previously, to get around this issue, I've added spacer blocks in between each markdown block and then used display: none to hide the space from showing on desktop views (they already don't show on mobile as
  6. I joined them all thank you for the recommendation! And if anyone who is facing the same issue reads this, I ended up doing a workaround kind of cheat where I just reduced the width of the slide out menu so that it didn't get as far as my logo. Since my menu nav items are short titles anyways so they don't take up much vertical space it achieved the look I was going for without any further coding 🙂
  7. Hi @tuanphan thank you for that, it worked perfectly on that specific page, however I've since updated my home page and when I tried to replicate that code (with updating the section id) it no longer works. This is my current home page: https://www.nuligoods.com/ I'd still like to have each image in columns of 2 on mobile, ideally with the small line of text underneath still placed underneath (but if this isn't possible I'd settle for just the images in columns!) Would you be able to help still? Thank you so much you really are a life saver!
  8. Hi Tuan thank you for that, it worked perfectly on that specific page, however I've since updated my home page and when I tried to replicate that code (with updating the section id) it no longer works. This is my current home page: https://www.nuligoods.com/ I'd still like to have each image in columns of 2 on mobile, ideally with the small line of text underneath still placed underneath (but if this isn't possible I'd settle for just the images in columns!) Would you be able to help still? Thank you so much you really are a life saver!
  9. If anyone found a fix for this I would be eternally grateful. My site is www.nuligoods.com. And thank you very much for the earlier code, working like a charm!
  10. Hi! I'm trying to do the same thing on my side, but my images are all still in 1 single column when on mobile, just smaller when I use this code. The link is https://www.nuligoods.com/about-1 This is the code I'm using: @media screen and (max-width:767px) { div#page-section-603dd0a5df73097abcd0eda4>.row { display: float; justify-content: space-between; align-items: center; width: 50% !important; float: left; }} @media screen and (max-width:767px) { div#page-section-603dd0a5df73097abcd0eda4>.row>.col>.row>.col { width: 50% !importan
  11. Hi! I'm trying to do the same thing on my side, but my images are all still in 1 single column when on mobile, just smaller when I use this code. The link is https://www.nuligoods.com/about-1 Any help is so appreciated! @tuanphan
  12. @tuanphan this is what I'm desperate for help on. Thanks so much in advance!
  13. Just following up, I 100% need help, see my previous question. Thank you so much in advance!
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