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  1. Is there a CSS workaround for the background color on a (Masonry) Gallery section (non-blog pages). Editing the 'Section Background' color affects it Site Wide, which includes the Header (it seems to leave the Footer unchanged though). Thank you 🙂
  2. Anyone having new issues seeing this? Unable to find component with type: seopaywallbanner
  3. Actually, it suddenly worked. Cleared the cache to access another site, and it appears to have fixed itself! Much appreciated! // CUSTOM FONT H2 @font-face { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic'; src: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/63fe423ae838510284cc600a/t/653d4ba84a828f0d57e00f5b/1698515880826/DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic.otf); } h2 { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic'; letter-spacing: normal;}
  4. Hmmm, unless I did something wrong, not sure that naming convention worked - H2 doesn't italicize. The font is Domaine (obviously!). Cheers though 🙂 // CUSTOM FONT H1 @font-face { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-Medium'; src: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/63fe423ae838510284cc600a/t/64e931aeb04dfe430c64ba41/1693004206450/DomaineDisplay-Medium.otf); } h1 { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-Medium'; letter-spacing: normal;} // CUSTOM FONT H2 @font-face { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic'; src: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/63fe423ae838510284cc600a/t/64e931aeb04dfe430c64ba41/1693004206450/DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic.otf); } h2 { font-family: 'DomaineDisplay-MediumItalic'; letter-spacing: normal; }
  5. I added a custom font ("FooDisplay-Medium") and applied it to "H1", and it worked. When I then added an additional custom font (FooDisplay-MediumItalic) and applied to "H2", it broke the previous style, and now the H1 is italic. Same font family ("foo"). Two files. Is there a workaround? Has anyone tried this? And I know I could simply add italic to the H2 custom style, but it's not really the same, as the italic font file would display correctly (not that anyone would notice). Thx! ---- // CUSTOM FONT for HEADING 1 @font-face { font-family: 'foo'; src: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/63fe423ae838510284cc600a/t/64e931aeb04dfe430c64ba41/1693004206450/FooDisplay-Medium.otf); } h1 { font-family: 'foo'; letter-spacing: normal;} // CUSTOM FONT for HEADING 2 @font-face { font-family: 'foo'; src: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/63fe423ae838510284cc600a/t/653d4ba84a828f0d57e00f5b/1698515880826/FooDisplay-MediumItalic.otf); } h2 { font-family: 'foo'; letter-spacing: normal;}
  6. Say it ain't so. My site is image/gallery-heavy... so that's frustrating to hear. I'm going back to Google Search console to see how much of the page was indexed.
  7. Not sure on the x.com yet... but for the footer -- if anyone's still interested -- I used font awesome
  8. Oh jeez! All this time I figured it was solely connected to whether you had captions turned on or off -- so I never did anything. Plus it doesn't help that it's not also labeled alt text, which threw me. never occurred to me to actually try it. Well, thank you for setting me straight!
  9. Section. Non Linked Page None of the choices (to install a Gallery) allow for alt text... only a description (attached). I realize now that anytime you have Edit Gallery, there's no option for alt text. Only good for single images. And just as it is for regular blog pages... galleries only allow for title and description. I think it's a crazy oversight. As I'm trying to improve SEO, it's a bit frustrating.
  10. Sorry... meant to add 7.1 Also, I meant to word things a lot better(!); should have written galleries. Much of my content are section/galleries on non-blog pages, but as it's now apparent, Squarespace has no (clear) option for alt text here (except for block/image). I don't know how crucial it is to SEO, but I feel like I'm missing out without the ability to add that alt text. Thx!
  11. Maybe this has come up (not that I can find it easily), but is there really no way to add alt tags/text to image blocks? Much of my content is on Not Linked pages with many, many image blocks, so I'm anxious to see what's going on. I'm amazed Squarespace just ignores this. Thank you 🙂
  12. I'm sure this has come up (not that I can find it easily), but is there a way to add alt tags to image blocks? Much of my content is on Not Linked pages with many, many image blocks, so I'm anxious to see what's going on. Thank you 🙂
  13. → (alt 26) ← (alt 27) -- didn't know it could be done via css. i've been adding directly to buttons. thx 🙂
  14. Does anyone know the code for the simple "Click to copy url" function? Some are fancy and include the follow-up "link copied'. Some sites do it very nicely. I know sharethis/addthis probably have it as an option, but not really a fan of their style. Just curious. Thank you!
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