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  1. Any idea how to do the centering if it has to do with lowering the image? Making it go down, not more to the right or more to the left?
  2. Site URL: https://swan-trombone-y58x.squarespace.com Hi ! I was wondering if you could help me to figure out how to create something like in the attached image. I don't know how to create a block division/block alignment in such a way to be able to have a centered image like the one in the rhomb shape. My page is: https://swan-trombone-y58x.squarespace.com pass: Swan I started doing something similar on the "Oferta" page but I cannot center the image to be exactly in the middle.
  3. I found the solution #block-848b3e4b0bc6ae27ccc5 { background-color: rgba(240,240,240,0.4); the 0.4 is the 40% opacity effect padding: 1px; text-align: center; } Thank you!
  4. This is nice, because the background color is stable now, but it's not transparent /translucent. It's just solid gray. Is there a way to keep the transparency/opacity effect which I had with the alpha: 88? #block-848b3e4b0bc6ae27ccc5 { background-color: #f0f0f088; <--- the 88 is the alpha (responsible for the translucency, color opacity) padding: 1px; text-align: center; }
  5. https://swan-trombone-y58x.squarespace.com/ pass: Swan
  6. I have an issue with the effects of one code displaying only when I go to Design --> Custom CSS. It has to do with this code specifically, which creates a translucent-white background for text in a specified block: #block-848b3e4b0bc6ae27ccc5 { <---- my block ID background-color: #f0f0f088; padding: 1px; text-align: center; } Any ideas what went wrong?
  7. I have a issue with the effects of the code displaying only when I go to Design --> Custom CC. It has to do with this code specifically, which creates a translucent-white background for text in a specified block: #block-848b3e4b0bc6ae27ccc5 { <---- my block ID background-color: #f0f0f088; padding: 1px; text-align: center; } Any ideas what went wrong?
  8. I have a similar issue with the effects of one code displaying only when I go to Design --> Custom CC. It has to do with this code specifically, which creates a translucent-white background for text in a specified block: #block-848b3e4b0bc6ae27ccc5 { <---- my block ID background-color: #f0f0f088; padding: 1px; text-align: center; } Any ideas what went wrong?
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