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  1. Actually, scratch that @tuanphan, the uniform blocks are not important. I just need tablet view to show 2 per row. Can you help?
  2. Hi @tuanphan, Same width and height for all blocks. So that they are uniform, similar to this: https://support.gusto.com/
  3. Site URL: https://www.heyfieldday.com/support-center-designed-v3 PW: support I have support category cards (which are just stylized text blocks), and I need help doing the following: Making all cards the same size. On tablet view, changing number of cards in a row from 3 & 2 to 2 & 2 & 1. I like how the cards look on mobile view, when it just shows 1 per row; but tablet view makes the cards really narrow and long. Any help is much appreciated!
  4. @tuanphan You can look at /blog instead, since that's public! That's the only blog channel I want posts to include dates on. I currently have categories shown on individual posts (since it looks like I have to choose only one in the site style), but I want posts in /blog to appear with the date. For example: https://www.heyfieldday.com/blog/nonprofit-spotlight-interview-our-streets-pdx
  5. Site URL: https://www.heyfieldday.com/blog/ I am using two separate blog channels on my website -- one is published (/blog) and the other is currently hidden (/support/library). I want blog posts within "Blog" to show the date metadata on each individual post, but I don't want dates to show on the posts within "Support library". Is there a way to target the CSS of all the posts within a single blog channel, so I don't have to update the CSS to hide the date every time I post in "Support library"? (Or, is there a way to adjust this in settings that I'm not seeing?) I am using a 7.1 Brine template.
  6. Great advice as always!! Thanks so much for this solution @tuanphan!
  7. Hi @paul2009 I used the code injection from your website to split gallery grid titles into 2 lines -- and it worked! But how can I get the first line to be bold? And the second line to wrap? site: heyfieldday.com/about pw: test@FD (They're team photos -- first line is name, second line is title.)
  8. @tuanphan thank you so much! the video is so helpful too!
  9. @tuanphan Same question here, how would I apply this in a code block? https://codepen.io/kenwestphal/pen/xqRZYZ Also for future reference, how are you doing this?!
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