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Everything posted by SandNotOil

  1. Thanks Web_Solutions, that did the trick. Sorry I can't mark both of you as the solution, but you have my gratitude❤️, so I hope that's enough.
  2. Thanks Paul that worked a treat as you can see, but is there a way to change the line colour too?
  3. I have tried to figure it out myself, and I know it's probably simple, but I am just stuck. I have a What's On calendar list page, and I would like to change the background colour of the small date cube using CSS code to #fecd0a (and preferably with a thin black line edge too, but I don't know if this is possible). Can anyone help me out? This is the page - https://www.themudlife.co.uk/whats-on
  4. I am trying to make just one shape block semi-opaque using CSS. This is the code I am using: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1695040546101_2860 {opacity:.7} I've tried using % value instead, and neither do anything. I'm using the chrome block ID identifier to get the block ID, so what am I doing wrong?
  5. Site URL: http://www.themudlife.co.uk For quite a number of months now I've been unable to access my website's analytics, all I get is the following; "Our system has encountered an error. This exception has been automatically logged and reported. We will return shortly." It's been 9 months and it hasn't returned! Everything else works fine. Any thoughts / suggestions? Thanks.
  6. Thank you bangank36 for commenting on my question. Since asking the question I have explored different options, and have found out that I can do a batch sequential watermark on the photos using lightroom, and have managed to use it as a work-around, and it works rather well, so I now don't need a code hack anymore. Thanks again.
  7. Site URL: https://www.leighanddistrict.co.uk/photos-2 I am uploading photos to the gallery for a local riding club show, and I need them to be numbered so that people can choose the ones they want, but there are 427 of them! The only way I've found to do this is to edit each photo to add a number, but it's so painstaking that it's taken me ages just to get to 150. Is there some code I could add to just show the photo's .jpg name under the photo (or on the lightbox image) as they have already been numbered by the photographer? Please I'm desperate...😬
  8. I am doing a website for a local pony club, and at their events there are members & non-members. The members can book classes for £7, the non-members £10. I've sorted this with variants per class, but what I really need is a way to limited total orders to 12 for each class, and not have to give the variants a limit as we have no idea what the ratio of members to non-members will be. This is only a problem at the moment due to having to strictly limit numbers due to Covid. Does anyone know a work-around?
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