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  1. @amritanan Hi, yes I did figure it out (see image below). Lodgify don't make it easy to find the answer to this but you need to add an iframe to a code block. I had to contact the Lodgify help for the correct code so I'd suggest you try the same. At least it is doable and actually straight forward, just be careful with the iframe size on mobile, it can be a bit tricky! Good luck.
  2. Thank you but sadly this didn't work, nothing appeared when I input the code. I copied and pasted so I'm not sure why it didn't work.
  3. Yes of course, my apologies. It's now on the homepage, the password is password1. Thank you for looking at this, it's really very frustrating!
  4. Site URL: https://hollymurphy.co.uk Hi all, I cannot for the life of me get this to work. I've added a simple logo to the first section on my homepage, amended the padding and moved the logo up so that it is overlapping the header section. However, the header isn't transparent (because I want definition between the header and the first coloured section) and as a result, half of my logo isn't showing up. I've adde a Z-index for the image and then tried to add a Z-index for the header too but it isn't working. Any idea what css I can use to force the logo image to show up in front of the non-transparent header? Screenshot attached of what I am trying to achieve with the navy circular logo. Thank you!!! Code used at the moment: // remove section top padding home // @media only screen and (min-width:950px){[data-section-id="601345237d00960b62f4786b"] .content-wrapper {padding-top: 0 !important;}} // remove overflow logo hidden // @media only screen and (min-width:950px){div #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1617243970469_6136 .image-block-wrapper { overflow: visible !important;}} // overlap image logo home // @media only screen and (min-width:950px){div #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1617243970469_6136 img { bottom: unset !important; top: -50% !important; right: 0; z-index: 999;}}
  5. Site URL: https://www.replay.charity I feel I'm completely missing a trick here. I'm helping a friend with a charity website but don't have the original images uploaded to the site (and she can't seem to find them). Is there an easy way to download the images already uploaded so that I can use them in some designs before re-uploading them? If not, any tricks would be greatly appreciated, otherwise I see myself using screenshot and then optimising if the quality isn't too badly affected! Thank you!!!!
  6. Site URL: http://beachrock.co.uk Hi, I know there are a couple of threads from last year on this, I've tried coding myself but I'm having issues because using all the tools at my disposal, I seem unable to find the section ID of the section I want to change. I would like to switch the order of two blocks on mobile for the following page: http://beachrock.co.uk/projects I would like the third video to have the title "Plymouth" above it, then for the video to appear and then for the text about said video to appear underneath (in the mobile version only). As mentioned, I can't find the section IDs hence am finding this way more difficult than I thought it would be! Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks. Holly
  7. Sorry for reactivating this thread but I'm pretty new to the Circle and am trying to wrap my head around an embedded Lodgify calendar on a Squarespace page, did you manage to do this Anghared? I'm trying to display a Lodgify calendar on a page but can't seem to find the answer from Squarespace of Lodgify. Lodgify sent me an example of the following Squarespace website and it has an embedded calendar, how do I make this happen, any ideas?? Thanks! https://www.moorlandviewcottage.co.uk/prices-availability
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