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  1. @davidmenke Alot of the other posts on this issue mention the use of bancamp embeds. The embed has options to display tracklists, merch thumbnails, large or small album art and would mean you only need to manage the Album at its source (Bandcamp). Without knowing your exact use case, it is hard to offer solutions though. Do you have a specific use case you'd like help recreating in 7.1?
  2. have you tried the below solution from @tuanphan? This is a more specific version of the linked post, for your use case. It adds a margin left to account for the actual, hidden, width of the block - which makes it appear off center. Someone else may have a better solution but I think this will get the job done: a.blog-more-link { visibility: hidden; } a.blog-more-link:before { content: "See More"; visibility: visible; text-decoration: underline; margin-left:8ch; }
  3. Edit the Blog Post Section > Settings Show Categories
  4. You can fix this by going into Mobile view in the editor and aligning the blocks. Your blocks all start on grid column 2 (slightly to the right) in this section. Grab each block and center it on the page. Your current position is grid-area: 2/2/5/10 I think you want: grid-area: 2/1/5/10 Once you have your blocks centered, you can just choose to center align the text.
  5. Hiya Threecats! Do you mean Google's Structured Data snippets? This is the code that helps google provide rich results in google search pages. https://developers.google.com/search/docs/appearance/structured-data/sd-policies
  6. Hi Bryan! This code will hide that block on the /creativedept page. Place it in Design > Custom CSS #collection-61df4e8c1d5fe5308320fc63 #block-0a3136bbbf1ee3dfabe8 { display:none; } Let us know how you go!
  7. Hi Kara, It looks like it's because of the way you have added the spacers. I would either; add spacers left & right of all columns (you do not have one left of the first column; or remove the spacers, and use flex-box to spread the columns evenly (this would be the most responsive way of achieving your goal. For option 2, remove all the spacers and try the below code: #page-61e7db92aaec125829bddaf9 > .sqs-row ~.sqs-row{ display:flex; flex-direction: row; flex-wrap: wrap; justify-content: space-between } You can play with justify-content to see which kind of spacing you prefer. I'd go with space-around, or space-between. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/CSS/justify-content Let us know how you go! ❤️
  8. Hiya Bish, You can add styles in a code block within that page, between <style> tags, rather than using the Custom CSS area. It is not considered best practice, but it will work. If you want any specific help I'd start a new post so people can find, and help you.
  9. ** the above also assumes there is a reason you cannot just code a normal HTML element in to these cards/pricing tables for the images.
  10. Hi Jordon, I'd probably go with pseudo elements. The below example assumes the same logo/icon for each block, but you could swap out the block id's for the class used below (custom-pricing-table) in the actual pseudo element. ie: create a ::before element for every different logo/table In the below example the outline is for reference only, so you can easy identify where the element is. Play around with the sizing/padding to match your icons/logos. .custom-pricing-table{ position:relative; padding-top:100px; } .custom-pricing-table::before{ content:""; position:absolute; width:20%; min-width:80px; aspect-ratio:1 / 1; top:0; left:0; background-image:url("https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c5/Squarespace_Logo.png"); outline:red 2px solid; background-size:cover; } }
  11. Hi Art o/ We will need to know the password you created in Settings > Site Availability in order to help
  12. 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.
  13. 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)
  14. Try submitted a new post with a link to your site, so that we can help you.
  15. Can you share you site password for us to take a look?
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