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  2. This could probably be done with some CSS – could you share the URL of the page you're working on?
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  5. @popsovy -- it's YUI, a JS framework Yahoo used to maintain: https://yuilibrary.com/ It's no longer updated, but a lot of Squarespace is built on it and you'll see 'yui' a lot in classes/ids in your page source.
  6. Here's one way to solve this: Open the folder's settings/configuration window (click its gear icon in the Pages panel). In the Navigation Title field, paste in: <a href="/PAGESLUG">NAME</a> Replace PAGESLUG with the slug for the page you want to link to. (Make sure the / is included.) Replace NAME with what you want the folder's nav link to say. So for example, if you want the navigation link for your About folder to link to the first page in the folder, which has the page slug /contact-page, it would look like this: I've done some testing and this works in most template families but not Aviator, Bedford, or Pacific. In some templates it works but interferes a bit with the folder functionality. For example, in Skye the folder is collapsed, and you have to click the folder to see the pages. With this modification, people can still click the + icon to see the sub-pages, but if people just click the folder link they'll never see the the folder menu. For the same reason it might not work on mobile in some templates. Personally I'd only use this in templates where you can see the menu on hover, or the menu is permanently expanded. There's a guide that shows folder behavior by template here.
  7. Actually, you could also just capitalize 'footer' to target the whole area: Footer p { font-size: 8px; }
  8. Since the footer in Basil is divided into a few sections, you'll need to make sure you're targeting the one your text is in. For example, if you're updating normal text in the bottom footer, this CSS would make that change: #footerBlocksBottom p { font-size: 8px; } If you share the URL for your site, I can try to get you the exact CSS.
  9. This isn't possible with Squarespace's Form Block at the moment, though you might be able to set it up in your settings with your email provider. You can reach out to Squarespace with this as a feature request here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
  10. @rozzzebud At this time, it's not possible to copy & paste blocks or collections of blocks on a page. I'd recommend reaching out to Squarespace support here to see if they can file a feature request for you.
  11. Figured it out -- enter this in Design > Custom CSS: .Header-nav-item { margin-right: 2.5em; } You can play with the 2.5 figure to increase/decrease spacing.
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