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  1. The left will look like this. So far I just have text boxes so it looks like it. I won't be recreating the left side, only the "Book" button.
  2. Site URL: https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ Hi! Can someone show me how I can increase the border for a button? Thank you! website: https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ password: brineintopedro This is what it should look like:
  3. Thank you Tuanphan!! This makes the "book" button much smaller though. Do you know how I'd be able to fix this? This is what it should look like:
  4. Site URL: https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ Hi! Can anyone show me how to reduce the padding and fix the borders on my site? Section should look like the second image. Thank you! password: brineintopedro
  5. Hi Tuanphan, yes please! The logo is still in the center. And I need to fix all of those things as well... Not sure how to get them right.
  6. Hmm.. it looks like this in my edit already. How do I go about keeping it in the same row?
  7. Hi bangank36, do you mean put the svg together in the same code?
  8. Site URL: https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ Hi! Does anyone know how to keep two svg codes in the same line? They seem to be next to each other when I'm in edit mode, but one image drops down to the next line. Thank you! https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ password: brineintopedro
  9. Hi rwp, is there a reason why we should use #header instead of .header? I used .header-... for something else so just trying to get a better understanding of why only #header worked here. Thank you!!
  10. I tried that but the nav is now in the center. Wonder if it is because of my logo? https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ I've updated the password btw! pass: brineintopedro
  11. Hi Tuan, Updated to Nav (left) and Logo (center)! Is there also a css to move the Nav to the right corner (no padding)? Thank you!!
  12. The logo is at the top center, but doesn't show up since my website is a trial (I think). Here is a picture of it: I'm hoping to have "Shop Our Story..." on the same line as the logo, and in the right corner.
  13. Site URL: https://chateauboll-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ Hi everyone, is there a way to have navigations in the same line as the Logo, but placed in the top right corner? I tried the CSS below but the Nav isn't on the same line as the logo, and it's not all the way to corner. .header-nav-list { float: right; } password: boll Thank you!
  14. Sorry about that, just updated again! Password: mineral. Thank yoU!
  15. Hi Tuanphan, I tried the code and also included my url, but it's still not working. Do you know what I'm missing? Thank you! https://three-point-two-pamelahsiung.squarespace.com/ password: mineral
  16. Hmm...I tried that but the color doesn't show up. The background image still shows in the footer.
  17. I would like the footer to have a solid color. Right now the background image shows in the footer and I can't see the words in the footer. Hoping to create it just like this homepage: https://www.galballyobryan.com.au/
  18. Sorry, I should've been more clear! I want the background image to remain fixed, but to disappear once I scroll down. Similar to these websites: https://www.tsmplaw.com/, https://www.galballyobryan.com.au/ Right now the fixed background image is taking over the entire page.
  19. Site URL: https://www.galballyobryan.com.au/ Hi! I figured out how to fix background image but am having trouble keeping the footer the same color. Would this be an issue with the code that I'm using? .section-background img { position: fixed !important; } Also, I would love to move the Nav bar below and have it show up only when I begin scrolling (like the inspo site). Thank you! My site: https://corbin-law.squarespace.com/ password: hsiung
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