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  1. Yes but have them point in the opposite direction. The arrow on the right points to the left. But since we’ve inverted the pages, how do we get the arrows to also invert, so the arrow on the right for example should point to the right
  2. Change the url? Is there a way to change the orientation of the arrows so they point in the opposite direction?
  3. Thanks so much! Seems to be working, except for the first image it still clicks backwards, and is there a way to tweak it slightly so the arrows don't point in the opposite direction?
  4. Exactly. I get you change those by rearranging the order of projects on the homepage but I want to keep the order of projects on the homepage showing the latest project first. So I was wondering if there’s a way to change the project pagination without messing up how they display on the homepage.
  5. Thanks. Sorry for the delay, for some reason I never got email notification on this and forgot to check back. https://okra-gar-f7xf.squarespace.com password: Happypencilclub
  6. Hello, Hoping someone can help me with this, when you click into a project, you get the pagination link at the bottom right and that link takes you to the previous project in the list, and if you click on the pagination link at the bottom left that takes you to a more recent project. Does anyone happen to know the CSS code so I can invert the pagination links. I would like the pagination link on the bottom right to allow you to move towards the more recent projects, just like how when you read a book or a magazine on an iPad you flip from the right of the page to go to the next page. It doesn't feel natural the current way Squarespace has it by default that to go from say Project 2 to Project 3 in the list you're clicking the pagination link in the bottom left.
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