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  1. Hi bangank36, Many thanks for your prompt reply. I would like to confirm that the code has worked! Your help is much appreciated. -- BruthaBear
  2. Site URL: https://photojourneys.co.uk/footertest Hi there! I was wondering whether anyone could help with the following page: https://photojourneys.co.uk/footertest/ I may have not noticed, but the code I would normally add to this category of pages would not affect the footer. It does apparently and now scroll bars have showed up in the footer (please see screenshot). The code I am using is as follows: <style> @media only screen and (max-width: 780px) { [data-section-id="6061e9223077a120e417e48a"] { display: none !important; } } @media only screen and (min-width: 781px) { [data-section-id="6061f14c60b0890b87899b58"] { display: none !important; } } @media only screen and (min-width: 768px){ .page-section:nth-child(1) .section-background{margin-left:3%; width:50%; overflow-y:hidden; margin-bottom:3%; margin-top:3% } .page-section:nth-child(1) .content-wrapper{margin-left:53%; height:10vh; overflow-y:scroll; padding-bottom:100!important;} } } </style> Would there be a way for the code to only affect the content sections instead and not the footer? Many thanks!
  3. Hi @EarvinChong, Many thanks for the suggestion - I had actually found the plugin and agree it would be a good way to make map blocks more interesting. However, I would be looking to learn how to work with blocks consistently, so a code-based solution would be better suited on this occasion. Thanks!
  4. Hi @tuanphan, So I have made some progress in the meantime, but this has opened up other issues. To test this out, I am using the following page: https://photojourneys.co.uk/sscreen I am now working with the text block directly using the following bit of code: While this helps keep the height of the text block in check, the map block still changes size (please see screenshots 3 and 4). At the same time, "mid-width:1080px" only applies to the text block, not both blocks at the time (i.e. the scroll function stops applying as expected, yet the page would have to be even narrower for the map block to be moved to a different part of the page; see screenshot 5). I would be looking to have both blocks resize at the same time and/or have the map block "migrate" away once the scroll function has stopped applying to the block of text. Your help would be much appreciated!
  5. Hi tuanphan, Thanks for your response - I have not yet found a solution. Thanks!
  6. Site URL: https://photojourneys.co.uk/ Hi there, I have added two blocks on the following page, side by side - https://www.photojourneys.co.uk/journeys/istanbul While the height of the blocks looks fine whenever the maximum width of that section is reached (see screenshot 1), this is no longer the case whenever the page is narrower (think 16:9 screen viewed in portrait mode, as illustrated in screenshot 2). I was wondering whether there was a way for the map block to resize along with the text block? I would like for the two blocks to be of the same height at all times, regardless of how narrow the display (or the browser window) is. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  7. Hi tuanphan, Thanks for the help! I can confirm that the colour of the navigation arrows has changed. However, the text is still black and invisible against the background - please see the screenshot. Would there be any way for me to change the colour of the text as well? Thanks!
  8. Hi tuaphan, I have now removed the function you have mentioned. Thanks!
  9. Site URL: https://raccoon-cymbals-g64s.squarespace.com/ Hi there, I've been trying to change the colours of the portfolio navigation text (please see screenshot). If not highlighted manually, the text would be the same colour as the background. Further, I've looked around and I can't tell which of the section themes would affect the colour of the navigation text (i.e. "next portfolio item"). Any help with this matter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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