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  1. hey there @tuanphan! No CSS, here's the JS injected to header: <style> .sp-intro { text-align: left; } .sp-headline { margin: 0 !important; } .sp-intro b { font-weight: inherit !important; } .sp-intro { line-height: ; font-size: ; font-weight: 400 !important; font-style: initial; color: ; } .sp-words-wrapper { display: inline-block; position: relative; text-align: left; width: auto !important; } .sp-words-wrapper b { display: inline-block; position: absolute; white-space: nowrap; left: 0; top: 0; } .sp-words-wrapper b.is-visible { position: relative; } .no-js .sp-words-wrapper
  2. Site URL: https://tjr-new-site.squarespace.com/ Hi there! I've perused a few forums and eventually found a nice, functional solution for having 1 word in a text block rotate through multiple words. (ex: Taylor is a "print"/"web"/"brand" designer...) Visual example, though not the code I'm using. I would like to know how I can tweak the JavaScript or HTML so that the affect applies to 2 instances in the same sentence. (ex: Taylor is a "print"/"web"/"brand" designer who has experience with "client1"/"client2"/"client3".) I'm not familiar at all with writing JS. Here's what I have in the t
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