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  1. Site URL: https://www.robertvankoesveld.com/reviews3 I have been testing out different blocks for testimonials on this page… The summary-block drawing from a testimonials blog gives the client the most control over updating and formatting, so that's their preferred method. Unfortunately the Excerpt content from the blog posts isn't displaying in the Summary block. I can get the Title to show though – but don't actually want this. Any clues hmmm? Thanks
  2. The button is near the bottom on the right hand side https://www.robertvankoesveld.com/japan-tours/winter-2023-japan-tour Thanks
  3. Client specifically wants the PDF to be downloaded, then opened by the recipient in a true PDF viewer. There's too much variance in the way different web browsers' built-in PDF viewer are rendering the PDF – particularly spread/page view and interactive features. The PDF is created in Adobe Acrobat and is (relatively) standards-compliant. Thanks
  4. Greetings I'm trying to create a true download button — NOT a file "get" that opens in another Window/Tab… Basic code should be along the lines of: <a download href="asset_path/brochure.pdf"> Download Brochure </a> I've had no success at integrating this into an existing button though. Any Suggestions hmmm? Thanks
  5. Greetings I'm trying to style a tertiary button to match the visual appearance of the nav bar dropdown… Nav bar has this code: .header-nav-folder-content * { color: white !important } .header-nav-folder-content { background: linear-gradient(to bottom, #006C7F, #181B26) } .header-nav-folder-content { border: 1px solid #EBF6F7 } .header-nav-folder-content { box-shadow: -3px 5px 5px rgba(0,0,0,0.25) } Something similar should work for the buttons, but many properties aren't being applied e.g. background and border won't play nice in this snippet .sqs-block-button .sqs-block-button-element--tertiary { border-radius: 20px 20px 0px 0px; background: linear-gradient(to bottom, #006C7F, #181B26); border: 3px solid #EBF6F7; box-shadow: -3px 5px 5px rgba(0,0,0,0.25); } Once this is pinned down I will then add in hover states. I'd rather stay with the button-element--tertiary naming for classes. Someone else will be maintaining the site once its live. Tertiary is more sensible a naming, than small, medium and large. Where am I going wrong? Thanks Squarespace version 7.1 Theme: Hollie Beaumont [I think. No theme info displayed in the Dashboard] NOT using Fluid Engine
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