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Michael Weinhardt

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  1. Thanks bangank36. That's what I figured but I appreciate the confirmation. Cheers, Michael
  2. Hi bangank36, I have the caption looking how I wanted, but only with custom HTML+CSS. I'm wondering if there is a way to achieve this look natively via the SquareSpace designer ie so I don't need to customise with code. Cheers, Michael
  3. Hi, I'm currently designing a site in squarespace. I'm a documentary photographer. I'd like to be able to customise the look of my captions as show in the attached screengrab. I'm wondering if this is possible through the SquareSpace designer. I couldn't find a way - instead I'm using the following custom CSS/HTML: Custom CSS .gallery-section .gallery-caption p whenwhere::before { // respect new line in Description textbox content: "\A"; white-space: pre; } .gallery-section .gallery-caption p whenwhere { color: #990000; font-style: italic; } Custom HTML I am using a custom <whenwhere/> element for the date/time + location part of my caption: Walter Kruger sits in the wreckage of the Corrugated Iron Church. <whenwhere>3 January 2021. Yuwaalaraay Country / Lightning Ridge, NSW.</whenwhere> This is entered in the Description textbox for the image. The images are displayed using a Gallery Section. Is this possible from within the SquareSpace designer at all? I couldn't find a way through the designer to access and style gallery captions, but that could (probably) just be me. Thanks! Michael
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