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samsam

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  1. That sorted it out! Thanks again for all your help - it is very much appreciated
  2. Yeah - the burger menu on mobile view is still not working. I've tried removing all the css sequentially to identify the problem but no luck 😞
  3. That is very helpful - thank you again 🙂 I'm aware of the mobile-burger-menu issue. I'm systematically removing elements of css/code injection to see if something I've added is causing a conflict, but no luck so far.
  4. Site URL: https://oceanoculus.com Hello I'd love to shrink the font size of the metadata that appears on my blog posts. How could I do this? An example of a blog post on my site showing the metadata (author, categories) is https://www.oceanoculus.com/news-from-the-sea/sea-stories-song-for-the-turtles-in-the-gulf-linda-hogan. Thanks in advance!
  5. I've found a workaround... remove the text after the typewriting effect script and insert it in it's own text box. It's added more white space than I wanted, but the functionality is back so I can live with that.
  6. It is already enabled (just went back and looked at the settings). At the moment, the only indication of a members area is the "sign in" link in the main navigation bar. Thanks in advance for your help
  7. Site URL: https://www.oceanoculus.com/ I added Squarespace's members area to my website and now the banner images in each of my index pages have been shrunk 😢. It seems to be a problem with a 'typing effect' code block I have inserted in the first index page. If I remove this, then the banner images revert to their correct size. Note that the banner images were functioning correctly with the code block in place until I added the members area... This is the code block that produces the typing effect <div class="container"> <h1 style="color: #4794d8"> Changing Our
  8. Ah I don't think I explained it very well (sorry). I don't want the effect on each individual blog post "page" but on the blog page that lists all the posts. If I inspect the elements on the page that lists all the blog posts, I can see that each individual post entry (title, meta-data, image, text, read more tag) has it's own article class and data item ID (see attached image). Does that make sense?
  9. Site URL: https://oceanoculus.com/news-from-the-sea I'm trying to create a background colour & shadow effect that appears when hovering over each blog entry on this blog page. I adapted some code I used to create the effect I want on a summary block (scroll down to 'recent news from the sea'). However when I apply it to the blog page, the code gives a background colour (and shadow) to each 'element' (e.g. the blog title, the text, read more link) separately rather than each blog entry as a whole. The code I'm tried for the blog is as follows: .collection-type-blog.view-list arti
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