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  1. I followed this thread to apply text wrapping to two column gallery display on mobile -- getting the same blank spaces between some images in the layout as pictured above -- would like a possible fix as well. (seems to affect images in the third column) 🤷🏻‍♂️ thanks example of my issue: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/earthenworks
  2. Site URL: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/su2022preview I'm interested in using summary blocks to display images collection grid style...currently the design tab setting is "auto" aspect ratio -- but it only scales them on the width -- leaving narrow vertical images looking really odd among the others (the 1:1 options crops non-square images to a square)is there any way to force this so thumbnails would scale to width AND height no matter if they are horizontal, vertical, or square images? -- similar to the settings on a regular gallery block?example page I'm trying to fix: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/su2022preview (see the final vertical image in the grid -- this is what I'd like to fix)On other pages I've used regular gallery block (grid) which has aspect ratio setting as 1:1 — but those scale to height or width, whichever is larger example: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/dragonfire(Avenue Template)Thanks for any help!
  3. sounds like there is a different code for different templates?? I'm on Avenue. https://www.chuckgumpert.com/ thanks!
  4. It worked! BUT any reason the first item in the first row starts in the SECOND column??(first item in first column is blank space??)Thanks!
  5. Site URL: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/merch-ccb Hello, I've seen many CSS fixes for this in the forum. But none seem to work with my site. Is it only a 7.1 thing? Is it not possible with Avenue template? If the 2 column thing isn't a possibility, I'd alternatively like to add padding between products when viewed in one column on mobile. Thanks in advance.
  6. My workaround is clunky but works(ish) okay... Created a "by weight" shipping option called "Stickers Only" -- small weights incrementally charge FirstClass rates up to my smallest boxed item weight, then the prices jump up dramatically so that the checkout page pre-chooses the cheaper carrier rate and the customer isn't inclined to "cheat" or "accidentally" choose the "Sticker" rate. Don't know if that makes any sense. Pretty new to the whole thing -- not sure if it's ideal for the long run...
  7. tired this on this page: https://www.chuckgumpert.com/merch-ccb didn't affect the gap (padding) between Category Nav and first row of items... is there a different CSS id ?
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