Jump to content

emlewis

Circle Member
  • Posts

    11
  • Joined

  • Last visited

1 Follower

Personal Information

Recent Profile Visitors

163 profile views

emlewis's Achievements

  1. Yes that was it! Thank you so much for the help. Much appreciated 🙂
  2. I'm trying to add my logo (png file) into the footer but the image is greyed out in the background. I'm able to add the png file anywhere else just fine throughout the website and in the header but it's not displaying as transparent in the footer. Any advice? Thanks!
  3. Thank you for help with this too! I imported the html to a bunch of google font options directly into the markdown block so we can try them all out. Thank you again!
  4. That's okay! I had asked about doing it in Fluid Engine so that was the right answer and now I'll know for next time!
  5. Oh yeah I didn't with Fluid Engine, I just added in a section using the classic editor!
  6. We haven't made the website public yet but I definitely can once we do! I ended up using the code from this article though: https://www.will-myers.com/articles/image-block-flip-effect-for-poster-images-in-squarespace
  7. Thanks for the reply to this too! I actually figured it out yesterday and they look really cool 🙂 Thanks!
  8. Yup I'm putting in the correct font family names. It seems like the issue is I can only use web safe fonts specifically in this markdown block. I'm able to see and use all fonts otherwise throughout my Squarespace websites.
  9. Thanks for the reply! The code works great and I'm able to change to some common fonts (arial, times, geneva, etc.) but it seems very limited what fonts I'm able to use. My client wants to try out Suave Script Pro and some others which are available on Squarespace. Any ideas? Do I need to upload any fonts I want to use in this small section even if they're available on Squarespace?
  10. I'm trying to create a flip effect on four photos so when you hover over them or click on them it will flip around to some text on the "back." I'm able to see some videos on Youtube for this but I'm so far not seeing anything with how to do this using Fluid Engine, only on the classic editor setting them as poster images. Does anyone have any thoughts on how to do this using Fluid Engine (I'm guessing this will entail needing some JavaScript either way?). Thanks!
  11. I'm trying to change just one line of text to its own font. I was able to do this with a markdown block and using the code below but the issue I'm facing is it seems like I'm only to change it to a smaller selection of fonts than there is available on Squarespace. We need to try out "Suave Script Pro" and generally try out a bunch of different fonts. Thanks so much! <span style= "font-family: cursive; font-size:.5em; color: black; display: flex; justify-content: center">(example text here)</span>
×
×
  • Create New...

Squarespace Webinars

Free online sessions where you’ll learn the basics and refine your Squarespace skills.

Hire a Designer

Stand out online with the help of an experienced designer or developer.