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tmoneygetpaid

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  1. Site URL: http://www.electricalaudio.com/recorders I made a page on our site that I wanted a few image gallery blocks on, so I created it as a Blog page. We're running 7.1, so this is one of only a few ways to have a gallery block on a page. I'd like to have this be on the main navigation, but since it is a blog, the blog page gets a slug and the post gets a slug that's inside the blog's (eg the blog slug is /recorders, and the blog post is /recorders/recorders). I figured out how to have a navigation item that links to the blog post, but ideally I'd have the blog in the nav, and have the preview look exactly like the post, so that the navigation is as simple as possible (ie. I can point someone to electricalaudio.com/recorders, rather than electricalaudio.com/recorders/recorders). The problem with putting the blog itself in the navigation is that when I put the preview to "full post" and "single column" layout, it changes the formatting. The line breaks don't actually separate lines, there is no padding on sides, etc. I thought if I re-wrote this in html, creating markdown blocks with <p> and </p> or <br> tags it would solve this, but it didn't. The blog page is electricalaudio.com/recorders The blog post I'd like to link to, or have the blog preview mimic is at electricalaudio.com/recorders/recorders Thanks in advance.
  2. I saw I was missing a </style> line in a bit of code preceding, when I clicked an empty line it reappeared and the page is displaying properly now. Thank you so much!
  3. Thanks for your reply!!! So I pasted that code into the advanced / code injection / header, and then into one of the store's pages whose store I want to use a different aspect ratio than the default (you're right- I think 4:3 would be the default, so I pasted this into the store page for one I wanted to be 2:3). We are running 7.1. What did I miss? Thanks again!
  4. Site URL: http://www.electricalaudio.com We are creating a list of equipment, and have separated the categories into different stores. For one store, where the items are typically vertical, 2:3 aspect ratio is ideal, for another ultra-widescreen would be best, but for another two or three standard 4:3 would be ideal. If I change the image aspect ratio on one store, it changes across all stores. I think I can do this with some html injection on the store's pages, and I think the class I need to operate on is "ProductItem-gallery-slides, I'm just not sure what property/ value to change. Any help is appreciated. The stores are electricalaudio.com/pedals-1 (2:3) and electricalaudio.com/instruments-1 (4:3).
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