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  1. Hi, I'm trying to create a gallery on my website where basically I will show the teams members in each department. But I'd like it to "replace" de team members, staying on the same place, according to the department I'm choosing. Basically I want it to be the way it is in this page, on "Our Leadership": https://tsp.co/our-team/ Could anyone help me with the code I should be using please?
  2. Does anyone knows a free plugin for squarespace in order to follow the New DMA, "consent mode v2"?
  3. if you don't mind, where would I place that selector specifically? About the opacity, I just copied literally the code and somehow it worked on the guy's website and not on mine. I've been testing several things, changing the numbers, but nothing happens
  4. https://icosahedron-dahlia-pz4a.squarespace.com/ see if you can see it please
  5. Hi. I'm new to squarespace and coding, so I've been following some tutorials online in order to make my ideas come true. Sadly, I was trying one code in specific to make summary carousel block's text appear in the middle and only when I pass over with my mouse, but the text keeps appearing anyways. So I'd like to be able to change that, can someone help me change the code to fit into what I want? This is the code I'm currently using: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1692693625663_8553 { .summary-item { position: relative; img { transition: all .5s ease!important; } .summary-content { position: absolute; color: #fff!important; top: 50%; left: 50%; opacity: 0; pointer-events: none; transition: all .5s ease; transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -webkit-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -ms-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); -moz-transform: translate(-50%, -50%); } .summary-thumbnail-container { margin-bottom: 0!important; } .summary-title, .summary-metadata--primary, .summary-metadata--secondary, .summary-excerpt { color: #fff!important; } } .summary-item:hover { img { -webkit-filter: brightness(50%); filter: brightness(50%); } .summary-content { opacity: 0; } } } (password to view the website: sogetur)
  6. I've been trying to make a mobile user friendly structure for my website, but I haven't been successfull yet. When I preview the mobile version, everything is out of place and huge. The only way I found out I could fix it was changing the sizes (at least) of the text in the desktop version. But that doesn't really make sense because this way it will be very small for the desktop users to read everything. I've contacted the customer support and they have told me that I can do kind of a separate design for the mobile version withouth interfering with the desktop version by using a custom code. Could someone please HELP ME with this issue? How can I code the page to make it the way I want? (at least the main guidelines).
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