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meatballamericano

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  1. That didn't seem to work. Error message: Syntax Error on line 5 Here is my complete code through CSS: a#site-title:after { content: "LIVE THE SWEET LIFE WHEREVER YOU ARE"; display: block; position: relative; top: 10px; margin-top:-12px; margin-bottom:-30px; height: 00x; font-size:13px; font-size:"poppins"; color: #FFEAE5; font-family: headline1;} .sqs-block-summary-v2 { .summary-title, .summary-heading { font-family: poppins; font-weight: 600; font-size: 33px !important; color: #black; text-transform: bold; font-style: regular } } h1.entry-title { font-family: 'poppins' !important; } #page .content-wrapper { padding-top: -20px !important; padding-bottom: -0px !important; padding-left: 15px !important; padding-right: 5px !important; } body.homepage .summary-title a, .blog-item-title h1 { font-weight: bold !important; font-family: poppins !important;} .blog-masonry { padding-bottom: 1px } .blog-masonry { padding-bottom: 1px } /* Blog Post Header */ body[class*="type-blog"].view-item a#site-title { color: black; } body[class*="type-blog"].view-item div.header-nav-item a { color: black !important; } body[class*="type-blog"].view-item header#header svg { fill: black; } <style> a#site-title { color: black; } div.header-nav-item a { color: black !important; } header#header svg { fill: black; } </style>
  2. Wonderful. That worked. Thank you! Can we do the same thing for the "about" section as well. Really, I want the title to stick with every page on the site, if possible. Thanks!
  3. Would you be able to help my make my header visible on each blog post in black? Adjusting the above code to the correct color only make my "home" and "about" links become visible. I'd like for my title, the "home and "about" buttons and my social to all be visible atop each blog post. Website: www.MeatballAmericano.com THank you!
  4. Site URL: https://www.meatballamericano.com/ Not sure what's going on but there is one blog post on my site that won't move position of first post on the page. If you look at my site it's the "struggle makes the heart grow stronger" one. Despite not being the most recent post, I can't seem to get it to fall into chronological order. For example: "perfect pantry" was published todaty. And yet it still comes in second on the home page. I tried changing/checking the publication date, no luck. When I make a duplicate, it automatically fills the second post position on the home page. Something about this particular post is telling it to be #1 and remain there. Help is appreciated. Thank you!
  5. Hi there! I'd like screenshot 1: with the black. This issue I run into is when I make the change, this also changed the actual blog post. I want the color change isolated to just the homepage and not the click through.
  6. Site URL: https://www.meatballamericano.com/ Hi there, So I love the look of the first picture: the pink up above with the black for the masonry blog posts. But when I make the change, it also ends up turning the blog posts themselves into a black background with pink lettering. How do I change just the homepage coloring of that single section without the change also affecting other parts of my site? My goal: make ONLY make a change to my homepage and not other pages throughout the site. Appreciate all your help. Thank you.
  7. Site URL: https://www.meatballamericano.com/home/the-american-guide-to-italian-meal-courses I'd really like the plate by plate title to look more like the section header. How Do I do that? Also, if someone could advise on how to make a line break between the main heading and the subhead, that would be helpful too. Thank you in advance!!!!
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