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Mhossey

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  1. Could you upload to dropbox, generate a link and then use that link for download? Tip: Every dropbox link ends in a "0" and if you change that "0" to a "1" it initiates automatic download of that product anytime someone clicks the link. I'm currently selling digital products (some up to 20GB) on Shopify, but it's still got it's woes for shop owners. I came here to see what the main issues would be if I switch over to SS. I'm curious if there's anyway to get that customer the dropbox link in an automated email after they purchase.
  2. So this works perfect on desktop but noticed that the image repeats vertically on mobile. Any code to fix this so that the image does not repeat on mobile? This is what I have: #preFooter { background-image: url(http://static1.squarespace.com/static/56f70260b6aa60a67ecb9738/t/57be23ec5016e12246783e22/1472078828821/yorkie+%281%29.jpg); background-size: 100% ; background-position: ; background-repeat: ; }
  3. @kale I tried that and the text color doesn't change. I have my page setup as an index page - not sure if that makes a difference? I clicked on the gear icon on my work page > advanced > code injection, and then placed it in the header
  4. Hi! So this worked for me, but I would like to make it page specific. For instance have my home page and about page have green h1 text, and then make my work page h1 white text. However when I input the CSS it obviously changes all h1 headers to white. Any quick fix to be page specific?
  5. Hi! So this worked for me, but I would like to make it page specific. For instance have my home page and about page have green h1 text, and then make my work page h1 white text. However when I input the CSS it obviously changes all h1 headers to white. Any quick fix to be page specific?
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