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  1. I'm trying to remove the background image in one section of my client's website. The problem I'm running into is that this background use the parallax scrolling effect under "image effects" and the code I'm using does not work unless this effect is turned off. Here's the code I'm using: @media only screen and (max-width: 640px){ section[data-section-id="638f6708f2b3a25317940ad5"] .section-background img { opacity:0!important }} I tried adding the code below as well- and it works to remove the background image, however it removes all of the parallax background images and I'm only wanting to target the one section. @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { .section-background-content { display: none !important; } } Any insight on this issue is greatly appreciated!
  2. Hey! This just happened to my website too. Did you figure out how to fix it? Thanks!
  3. I just wanted to follow up on this thread in case anyone was looking to figure out how to use Adobe Typekit fonts in SS 7.1. I found a tutorial that worked for me! https://www.squarebase.co/blog/how-to-add-custom-fonts-to-squarespace-71-including-adobe-typekit-fonts Just scroll to the bottom of the post and they explain how to upload adobe typekit fonts there.
  4. Thank you for these links. I do need to use a specific Adobe font however, because we do want some of the headings to exactly match the branding we've created for this client. I've actually checked out this post from Kate Scott and if you see under her Adobe Typekit instructions, she says to copy and paste the Adobe project ID to the External API Keys labeled "Adobe" under advanced settings in SS. This API Key doesn't seem to exist anymore. So you can see I've hit a wall here. Have you uploaded an Adobe font using these guides? I'd love to know how you got around this wall concerning the External API Key. Thank you!
  5. Hi! Does anyone know how to load Adobe Fonts to a SS site? I've been trying to research it and it looks like the only was is with CSS. Does anyone have the code for this or is there another way to do this? Thanks so much!
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