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  1. I created a homepage for a client a while ago, and a recent update or change to her site has broken the original custom-css, and the content is no longer overlaid on the rotating gallery as it was. The design is a full screen rotating slideshow (3 images), that is overlaid with the client's logo, some text, a button and social media icons (linked). I have tried to debug and can see that the content is still there (somewhere), however for some reason it is not showing correctly. You can see super faintly in the image attached, the content that should be overlaying the slideshow with a transparent overlay. This is the code that was previously working: <style> #header, #mobile.bar, #footer { display: none !important;} #page .page-section{ height:100vh!important} #page .page-section:nth-child(2){ margin-top:-100vh!important;} #page .page-section:nth-child(2) , #page .page-section:nth-child(2) .section-background { background-color:transparent!important} header, #footer-sections { display:none!important} </style> This is the link to the page on the site: https://www.fionabasile.com/landing-page-1 Any help would be greatly appreciated 🙂
  2. Site URL: https://www.begonia-algae-2jb3.squarespace.com I created a full page cover slideshow with a button using a custom code injection, it was working perfectly, however has suddenly started flashing on load and then disappearing and I'm not sure why and there is now also white space underneath the image as well. Any help would be appreciated. The password is slidertest
  3. I'm working on a website for a client who would like the dates on her blog page and each individual blog post to show as DD Month YYYY (i.e. 15th January 2022), is this possible with this code injection?
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