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  1. Hi Margmorg - you absolutely can choose right aligned - the option just isn't very intuitive. When you select edit site header, on the right hand side of your screen, you get a popup menu. The initial settings tab is for GLOBAL. Select the monitor icon for Desktop. The options you are looking for are in there.
  2. not without some javascript (business plan). The generally accepted layout for menu items that need/want to have an overview is to create that overview page and just place it first in the list/folder. So in your case https://www.stephanilewis.com/television would be the first item listed under the folder "Television". I believe they removed the functionality for clickable folders as it caused issues for mobile users. (don't quote me on that though)
  3. Try submitted a new post with a link to your site, so that we can help you.
  4. without a link to your site, a guess would be finding the parent div and using #parent-div{ margin-left:auto !important; margin-right:auto !important; }
  5. Can you share you site password for us to take a look?
  6. In order to apply that code only to desktop, place your code inside a media query. @media screen and (min-width:768px) { The above code goes inside here }
  7. Can you share a link to your site so we can take a look?
  8. @tuanphan posts & gets tagged a lot - I'd give them a day or 2 to see the notification. Other wise check any of the top posters eg @paul2009
  9. I'd love to see what you come up with - really digging your layout!
  10. Fiddling with the options for gallery - you could make it 4 items and space the left and right to the sides in order to achieve your offscreen choices - not really an actual slider that is going to show all your posts in a carousel though. Something like this? .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item-list .summary-item:first-child{ margin-left:-150px; margin-right:125px; } .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item-list .summary-item:last-child { margin-left:100px; } .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item-list .summary-item:nth-child(3){ margin-left:50px; }
  11. The gallery block has a slideshow reel option that sounds like what you want. The Gallery block has to have images/links manually added to it however - you will not be able to automagically link it to your blog. It would be good in this case if it's just going to show some featured posts - I don't know that I would use it if you are going to have to constantly update it for new/live posts though. For the Gallery you currently have: The css that changes the way the flex items are spaced out is justify-content. You could try changing that to space-around, or space-between. This will use Flex's magic to do it automatically. If this is not what you are after, you would need to rely on setting margins, with something like: /* this only works if there will only be 2 items displayed */ .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item-list >.summary-item ~.summary-item{ margin-left: 150px } /* or using last child */ .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-item-list .summary-item:last-child { margin-left:150px; } I'm sure there is a more eloquent selector to use, but this just gives an example to see if it is what you are looking for.
  12. Without a site link we can't really provide you with a solution. You can privately share your dev site with a password (it only allows us to view it). The problem is likely a margin or padding from the surrounding blocks/sections.
  13. Do you mean you want EVERY section on EVERY page to be exactly the height and width of the screen?
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