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  1. Site URL: https://www.cottoncashmerecathair.com/ I have discovered via search console that Google is indexing my archive pages, categories, and tags over individual blog posts, which means my site is not showing up in search results when it should be. How can I tell Google not to index those pages and instead index the blog posts? I read in other posts here that you can inject code, but how do I inject code for pages that aren't in my navigation? I also know about canonical links but they confuse me; is that something I do in search console? How does one go about setting those? Any insight/tips would be much appreciated!
  2. Thank you SO much! I knew it was going to be something super simple that I kept missing. 🙂 ETA: I wish Squarespace didn't add the spacing between the images to the bottom of the gallery!
  3. Site URL: https://www.cottoncashmerecathair.com/blog/2020/12/11/easy-holiday-outfit-formula Hi all! I've searched for this topic but the only thing that came up was how to adjust the padding around image blocks, and I'm specifically wondering if custom CSS exists that adjusts the padding around entire gallery blocks. It frustrates me that when I adjust the padding between images in a gallery block (within the editor), the padding at the *bottom* of the whole gallery block also adjusts. I want the padding at the bottom of the gallery block to be the same as the padding on top. I've looked at my source code and tried a bunch of different combinations but I'm getting nowhere, so any help would be much appreciated! I attached an image so you can see an example of the extra space at the bottom of the gallery block (sorry, it might be blurry; I had to make the content on my site pretty small it fit it all in one screenshot). I know I could use individual image blocks to achieve the same overall look, but all of my images up until a few months ago are different heights, so using gallery blocks is the best way for me to display them so they look the same size. For reference, I'm on the Montauk template, version 7.0.
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