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cupkate

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  1. I do see it worked on that one - I had to clear my browsing history to see that change - I like this - however - when I look at this post (after I cleared history) I'm not seeing the change. is there something I'm not doing correctly? https://www.coachescooperative.org/blog-main/post-green-wood-dragon-mastery
  2. Hi! Thank you so much for your help! I tried to use this code - here's where I added it and it didn't have any change to the blog post page (attached screenshot). I'm wondering if it's better to add it as a site footer but ONLY on blog posts? And also, I'm curious about the plugin i could use? I've authors who would like to include their LinkedIn and other social links? Is this also possible.
  3. Hi- sorry about that - this link should work. https://www.coachescooperative.org/blog-main/post-foundations-of-mentorship
  4. Hi - thanks so much for your reply! After formatting a few blog posts - here's what I think would work best. First choice is that below the bio for each blog post, I'd like a section where I can add in a button to subscribe to the newsletter and and another to join the community. Also, below the author's name I would love to be able to showcase other articles they've published on our site and/or articles that are related. Here's a sample blog post... https://www.coachescooperative.org/blog-main/post-foundations-of-mentorship-1 So, if you look right below the article content I've added in the "join the community," I'd like to move this below the author's name. And then below that would be related articles, etc. Let me know if this helps with what the best solution would be. And I'm also comfortable that these would be settings that would apply to all blog posts.
  5. Hi - I'm getting to launch the first blog for a new site - coachescooperative.org, and I'm looking for some ideas as to how to format posts. Specifically, I'm looking to add a section below the main blog post - OR - below the bio information that would allow me to include a "for more information," which would be a space where we could recommend additional resources or if the post were sponsored to offer a space for ad-placement. Any thoughts or ideas as to how I could go about this? Thanks so much for any help! ♡Kate
  6. Thanks Sam! It worked!! Appreciate you and your help! I'm finishing up my site this week and will ping back if I have any other questions! Cheers! Kate
  7. Thanks so much, Sam! It worked!☺️ I have one more question - when I changed the CSS to fix the link format - when I have a button on the site that links to another page or an email, it uses the same color scheme - making it difficult to see the content in the button. The login button in the upper right corner is an example of what's happening. Is there a way I can change this so that the text in a button link is a different color? Thanks!
  8. Hi - I'm working on a website and here's a page that you can access (the home page is locked until we go live) - coachescooperative.org/about I have two questions of the same theme - can you help me with custom CSS code that will help me reformat the links that appear.. 1. in content blocks on the site 2. in the footer of the site Specifically, I want to remove the underline because I find it distracting to the content. Rather, I'd like to be able to have the links show as bold in one color and then, when someone hovers, have them change to another color. Is this possible? Thanks in advance! Kate
  9. Yes - is there a way I can do this in the mobil version?
  10. Thank you so much for this help - it worked!!
  11. Thank you so much! I'll try this now! Regarding my second question - currently in the template, a hyper link shows up as underlined in the content and I find that it distracting. I wanted to format it so that it would appear as a color different from the standard text, ideally. Or another option would be to have the link formatted in a bold or italic. Same font as the paragraph font, only a different format for the part of the content that is the hyperlink. Hope this helps and thanks again for your help! K
  12. Site URL: https://katenagel.com Hi, I am trying to create a custom font styles for P3 and P4 options and need help with the CSS code. The font settings would apply globally to the site - I would like additional options for formatting my content. The other CSS formatting issue I'm having is with when I create a hyper link in the web content (e.g., a link to a blog post) By default it underlines the text associated with the link, and it's distracting to the reader. I wanted to be able to have appear as a different color as a way to highlight the link. Appreciate any help with these two issues! Thanks! 😊
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