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MattyNz

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  1. I Ziggy, Thanks a lot it worked perfectly. I will buy you a coffee when I am back in the office in a couple of weeks. Best regards Matt
  2. Hi Ziggy, Thank you for your reply. I thought I had attached the page please see below: Home page with the white logo that I want only on this page: https://vanilla-antelope-n3b7.squarespace.com Ot the screen shot below you can see that the logo is hiding the Cart and Hamburger menu (they can be seen briefly in a glimpse when loading the page): Other pages are like this : https://vanilla-antelope-n3b7.squarespace.com/new-page-1
  3. Hi guys, I used the following CSS code to add a different logo on my home page. <style> div.header-title-logo a { content:url("NEW LOGO URL") !important; max-width: 300px; } </style> Unfortunately the logo covers the hamburger menu, as it is not responsive. What code can I add so the alternative logo doesn't cover the menu/make the logo smaller for mobile as the rule that apply to rest of the web site logo doesn't apply to this one. Thank you Matt
  4. Hi Ziggy, Thank you for your reply. Sorry late reply with Time difference. Yes, the text scale is on. The longer the wording is the bigger the font/letter are. I want my headers to be all at the same height ( big as they are on the front page) not matter what is the length of the word or phrase. I was obviously playing with the dragging features of the block to make them at the size I wanted them. it is obviously not the way to go, apart if the was a way to constrain the font in the headers to the same height. Thank you
  5. Hi there, I am trying to keep my H2 headers at the same size/height in 7.1 , but because of Flex they are different sizes. What code code should I add? Thank you Matt
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