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  1. Site URL: https://www.octantacademics.com/homepage-draft-iii In the 'Newsletter' section of the linked URL, I have an inline photo next to some text. I would like the height of the photo to take up as much space as the adjacent text, regardless of the size of the screen display; however, when I resize the browser, the image and the associated text are not 'synced' in their resizing (i.e. with a full-size browser, space shows up between the bottom of the text and the bottom of the image). If you need me to clarify my question, just let me know. As always, any help is appreciated!
  2. Site URL: https://www.octantacademics.com/homepage-draft-iii Without changing the padding for the rest of the webpage, I would like to make the top/bottom padding for the 'Our Approach' section (URL provided) consistent with that of the 'Who We Are' and 'Newsletter' sections. The latter two sections have background images that are simply the colors you see. I am assuming the solution will require a CSS code injection for this specific page section, but I do not know what code to use. Any help is appreciated!
  3. The default presentation of images in the carousel gallery (or the slideshow variant) are very large and rectangular. I would like to crop these such that they are smaller and circular. I am assuming I will need to inject code into the custom-CSS section, but I cannot figure out what code to use. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  4. I've since found the answer to this question. Insert the following into the Custom CSS section, which you can find at the bottom of the Design sidebar: .Header-nav-item[href="/slug"]:hover { background: #ffffff !important; color: #ffffff !important; } This solution assumes the button links to another page associated with your site. Replace "slug" with the destination URL slug, and enter the hex codes for the background color ("background") and text color ("color") you want to see with a cursor hover.
  5. I have one button (solid, rounded) under secondary navigation. I want the color of the button to change when a cursor hovers over it. I am using Version 7.0 - Brine (Nueva template). I understand that I will need to input this code into the Custom CSS section, but I am not sure what code to use. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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