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YouTurnProperties

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  1. For some reason it didn't save in my footer code injection, it should be there now. I double checked in the inspect element. Thanks
  2. Yes, I did use it and it didn't make the title split on the main product page so when I took it off. It only showed when clicking on the product and going into the specific page of that product is when the line split, which isn't exactly what I'm looking for. I will put the code back into my footer right now. I want to split all of the product titles on the link: https://www.youturnproperties.com/residential-houses And each title will have a unique split, meaning all of them will say different things.
  3. Yes, I did use it and it didn't make the title split on the main product page so when I took it off. It only showed when clicking on the product and going into the specific page of that product is when the line split, which isn't exactly what I'm looking for. I will put the code back into my footer right now. I want to split all of the product titles on the link: https://www.youturnproperties.com/residential-houses And each title will have a unique split, meaning all of them will say different things.
  4. Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/residential-houses I am stuck on how to split product title into two different lines and different font for the second line on the product page. For example in the link I provided, I would want it to say the number of bedrooms and bathrooms under the products title, again only on the main product page. Each product title and second line will be unique for each product. PS: I already tried using the example from SF Digital here: https://sf.digital/squarespace-solutions/display-product-titles-on-two-lines-with-squarespace-71 ...unfortunately without any success.
  5. Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/search?q=houses Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/search?q=houses I have been spending days on this so any help is greatly appreciated. Now I'm sure that I'm doing this incorrectly from my end. When searching for anything on my page, the mobile is completely different from the desktop version and for reference I'm using blog pages. So I'd want to know the CSS codes for: How to make the text/font in the title of my postings appear smaller? They came up way too big on mobile. I don't want to change any other font or size on my site though, only for search results. When searching for a result that isn't found', It says "Your Search did not match any documents" I'd rather it just say "No results found." Thanks again,
  6. Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/search?q=houses Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/search?q=houses I have been spending days on this so any help is greatly appreciated. The link to my search results page is: houses - (youturnproperties.com) The CSS code is am using is: /* hide description on search page */ div.sqs-search-page-item .sqs-content .sqs-content { display: none; } /* Image size */ .sqs-search-page-item .sqs-main-image-container { width: 100%; } .search-results .search-result{ float: middle; width: 40%; } /* space between search image - title */ div.sqs-search-page-item .sqs-main-image-container { margin-bottom: 20px !important; } Now I'm sure that I'm doing this incorrectly from my end. When searching for anything on my page, the mobile is completely different from the desktop version and for reference I'm using blog pages. So I'd want to know the CSS codes for: How to make the text/font in the title of my postings appear smaller? They came up way too big on mobile. I don't want to change any other font or size on my site though, only for search results. How to make the text of the title be on the side of the picture INSTEAD of directly under the picture? As it being directly under the picture is causing the title text to stack and look bad. When searching for a result that isn't found', It says "Your Search did not match any documents" I'd rather it just say "No results found." Thanks again,
  7. Site URL: https://www.youturnproperties.com/search?q=2839 I have been spending days on this so any help is greatly appreciated. The link to my search results page is: houses - (youturnproperties.com) The CSS code is am using is: /* hide description on search page */ div.sqs-search-page-item .sqs-content .sqs-content { display: none; } /* Image size */ .sqs-search-page-item .sqs-main-image-container { width: 100%; } .search-results .search-result{ float: middle; width: 40%; } /* space between search image - title */ div.sqs-search-page-item .sqs-main-image-container { margin-bottom: 20px !important; } Now I'm sure that I'm doing this incorrectly from my end. When searching for anything on my page, the mobile is completely different from the desktop version and for reference I'm using blog pages. So I'd want to know the CSS codes for: How to make the text/font in the title of my postings appear smaller? They came up way too big on mobile. I don't want to change any other font or size on my site though, only for search results. How to make the text of the title be on the side of the picture INSTEAD of directly under the picture? As it being directly under the picture is causing the title text to stack and look bad. When searching for a result that isn't found', It says "Your Search did not match any documents" I'd rather it just say "No results found." Thanks again,
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