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victorstan

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  1. You can host any additional files right inside the Custom CSS Editor Window. At the bottom right corner you will see two buttons, one of them says Custom Files (the one left to the Save button). Pressing it will open a side drawer and you simply drag and drop your files there. To link the files place your typing cursor where you want to the link to be inserted and just click on the file you uploaded. The url is automatically inserted. Hope this helps and let me know if you need more help!
  2. How do you accomplish this outside CSS? I want to add this to a code block so that the block only renders in mobile versions. The code block contains html code, but I have no idea how to wrap this in html terms. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  3. It's not my intention to exhibit any bad attitude, I was just letting you know that your solution is not feasible because it would spam the page with as many buttons as blog posts are showed which is not at all user/design friendly. I did try a couple of methods both posted on this website and from other sources as well and none of them yields great results. I had issues with the Post Blog Code before and I'm trying to avoid using it because it tends to multiply any code placed there.
  4. Any solutions as to how to display this button like here: http://www.deephouseamsterdam.com/ ?
  5. That's a horrible solution, why would I want to have more than 1 back to top buttons? I currently display 10 blog posts, I really don't want 10 back to top buttons.
  6. How do I make this show only on specific pages? I would like to show only on the blog for example.
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