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  1. thank you. fixed. Strange the general alignment was over-riding the alignment i specified in the excerpt alignment selection.
  2. I sent URL to you as a DM a week ago. Do you have a solution? Otherwise please just tell me where to get support for Squarespace?? thanks
  3. Anyone have an idea how to go about solving this? Is there a another forum, perhaps reddit, a better place to get help? thanks.
  4. It's like the standard gmail circle with the letter in the middle of it representing the first letter of the email address. Even if was my normal email I'd like to remove it but it is a random email account that doesn't even use my name. So I especially want to remove it. It's like the icon representing that I signed in to squarespace with gmail. Can I remove this? Tried going through settings but can't figure it out. Don't think I need the link the URL for this problem do I ? Thanks
  5. Site URL: http://marlin-crow-s2c4.squarespace.com/blog/5mgwomexx9p0jqoqv8ay88rxw99lhg site in in trial mode so need password to view which is aaaaaaaa that's 8 lower case a's and url is marlin-crow-s2c4.squarespace.com/blog/5mgwomexx9p0jqoqv8ay88rxw99lhg So... I have a "one page"/ one menu link website. The one page/ menu link is "blog" However, when you go to the site url, the featured image does not show. Have to click on the hamburger menu and click on "blog" (the only link there) and then it shows the image (and this is how I want my home page to look) In settings, however, the little home icon is beside the "blog" section. So, it's like the blog is the home page but also there is another page when you write in the url which is a different home page. Help would be appreciated!! Frustration setting in. I realize this going to be a easy fix for somebody! Thank you
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