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jennifer-solmadestudio

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  1. It's not though. Again, I'm talking about the title that displays ON the blog page. The grid of all of your blog posts. Not an individual blog post. That title can actually be different than the title that shows on the blog post itself, like you're showing above.
  2. No, I was talking about the title of the blog post itself, which is visible under the post thumbnails on the main blog page. What you are showing is just text at the top of the blog page. If you watch my video you should see. In my example it's the text that says "My Favorite Business Tools" or "My Favorite Business Tools (Copy)." If I make a new blog post or duplicate a previous post, there is no way on desktop to edit the name of the new post. I ended up having to do it in the Squarespace app. It's clearly a bug on desktop.
  3. I have looked everywhere and cannot find where to edit this title on my website, either. See video. When I "publish" the post, it publishes with the duplicate title. See screen shot. Is this a bug? https://collie-sunfish-pwjj.squarespace.com/config/pages/6399f13b5878a863a48fe2da SS Blog Title.mp4
  4. Hi @tuanphan, thanks so much! We're almost there, but the content isn't centered. Can you identify where there is an override on the center-aligned styling, or where we can add a line of css to get it all to center? Both on desktop and mobile. Also, this css is causing all of the summary blocks to format with left alignment on mobile. I tried adding the section ID for just the "Chicken Enchiladas with Salsa Verde" summary block, but it didn't work the way I did it. Can you also advise on how to target just that summary block with this styling? Thank you! I made a duplicate site to keep testing to css: https://cone-aardvark-hsy6.squarespace.com/ password: tastesandtreks
  5. Editing to include URL in the actual post: https://marigold-halibut-wbcx.squarespace.com/ site password: tastesandtreks I've been trying to style a list style summary block on the homepage of my site. For the mobile view, I'd like the elements to be stacked as shown in the first screen shot, but I want the image thumbnail to be the full width (or almost full width) of the window. Screen shot of desired desktop view shown below as well. I got the desktop to successfully look this way by using a flex box, but the mobile view looked like the below with the small and offset image. I need to hand off the site to a client so I redid this section and left the mobile layout alone so I'm able to hand something off that's not funky, but would like to be able to go back and add the code needed to get a stacked column layout on mobile. Can anyone help?
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