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louieandthird

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  1. No problem! Still the same issue as the original post. I would like to have some padding between the image and the border so it looks like the picture below. I'd like this to be applied on both the blog list and summary block. Thank you!!
  2. Hi, @tuanphan ! Could you still kindly help me with this, please?
  3. The blog list is not fixed. I just uploaded images with the border already. Iā€™d like only one line of border with space between the border and image. Thank you!! I have a question about styling buttons as well. Should I tag you in the question I submitted?
  4. Hello! I'm trying to find out how to style buttons like the one from the attached photo. The URL to the website is also below. Any help would be much appreciated! Thank you! https://studioluxe.co/about
  5. Hi @tuanphan! Here's the actual blog: https://www.sherriedickinson.com/blog Here's the summary block: https://www.sherriedickinson.com/journal
  6. Site URL: http://www.sherriedickinson.com Hi! I'm trying to add a padding to the blog and summary image block to look like the picture attached. I tried adding padding and border-padding to the code below but to no avail. Can anyone help me, please? Thank you! /*Blog Summary*/ section.blog-image-wrapper a { border: 1px solid black; display: block; } .sqs-block-summary-v2 .img-wrapper, .sqs-block-summary-v2 .sqs-video-wrapper {border: 1px solid black; }
  7. @tuanphan Hi! How can I make sure that the desktop hamburger menu looks exactly the same as the mobile version? The mobile one is the format I like the most, but when viewed on a desktop, the line height of the nav links are too much and the button font is a little too big. Images below ā€“ Left image is what the desktop view currently looks; right image is the mobile view and what I want. Thank you!!
  8. Q5. Thank you for the code!! Q4. I'd like to see how it would look with the code first, please?
  9. Yes to Q5, please! Also, for Q4 I'd actually like the overlapping images to look the same on mobile view as it does on desktop view. I haven't found anything yet to help with that.
  10. @tuanphan oh, wow! I didn't realize all of those issues before. Yes, please help if it's no trouble! Thank you so much!!
  11. @tuanphan I tried to use your code for the mobile site but did not work for me. What can I do to make it work? Thanks! www.sherriedickinson.com .mobile-site-title a { font-family: Hunter;}
  12. Hi! The first thing I noticed right off the bat is that there is no design consistency on your site. Consumers are generally highly visual people. You already provide great information, and I think you just need to figure out how to weave that in with a visual identity. Right now, the homepage is also looking cluttered because of all the different images that don't really go together. Canva and Unsplash are just two amazing stock photography sites you should check out for your content.
  13. I don't see the white line you're talking about. Attached below is what I see and it looks perfectly fine to me šŸ™‚
  14. @bangank36, I'm sorry as I actually have one more question. How can I make the mobile site title font to be the same font as the desktop version? Thanks a bunch!
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