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  1. Chances are those are not the right selectors for the calendar on your specific template, as they can be different depending on what template you're using. What's the url of your website?
  2. Oh, also in the original code you only need "center" once, not that it matters :)
  3. Okay, sorry you're right I tried to account for that using "center" twice but obviously the alignment is only left to right, not top to bottom. Here's the fix: Into the code add padding-top: 60px !important; Just looking at your dimensions this should be close to center but you can play with that value until you get it right depending on your text size.
  4. Okay, sorry you're right I tried to account for that using "center" twice but obviously the alignment is only left to right, not top to bottom. Here's the fix: Into the code add padding-top: 60px !important; Just looking at your dimensions this should be close to center but you can play with that value until you get it right depending on your text size.
  5. Think I might have a fix for you. In your layout editor select the product page. In the upper right corner select "product settings" and go to "advanced settings". Try inserting the following code into the page header: <style> .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper .sqs-add-to-cart-button { height: ??px !important; width: ??px !important; text-align: center center; }</style> Keep in mind you can also add different attributes for font-size, font-family, background, etc. and obviously play with your own values where I have ??. It's important that you specify the text-alignment however, because I noticed when you adjust the dimensions of the button the text will by default be out of alignment if you don't specify this.
  6. Okay, figured it out and sharing for anyone else with the same question. Obviously my specific setting are just for the example, you can play with the values. To change the slideshow image title: .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-title { font-family: georgia; font-size: 18px; color: #ffffff; } To change the image description in the slideshow (you can see here I've also set the opacity of the text so that it's not transparent like the background): .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-description p { font-family: Georgia; font-style: normal; font-size: 18px; color: white; opacity: 1; } And finally, to change the background of the image slideshow wrapper (the background box behind the text): .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-inside { background: #000000; opacity: 0.7; } Just insert these codes in your custom CSS and you should be good to go!
  7. Hoorah! After hours of searching and finally asking the question, I figured it out! Just sharing for anyone else looking to accomplish this. The CSS to define the blocks is ".sqs-block". At margin of 0px you get the default so you have to set the margin to negative values. So basically: .sqs-block { margin-left: -10px; margin-right: -10px; margin-top -10px; margin-bottom: -10px; } NOW...keep in mind you have to do the right AND left (or top and bottom) so one block doesn't force the other to the default position. This will also reduce outside page margin so if you want to keep that wider than the space between boxes you need to increase the page margin in the style editor by the same amount you decreased in your css (i.e. +10 in this example). Hope it helps!
  8. Hi, I have pretty basic knowledge of CSS and have been able to do some tweaking so far, but I can't figure this one out and I've searched all through the forums but no luck: Is there any way to reduce the padding between blocks? Right now it looks like there's 10px or so space between all blocks (image, text, quote, etc.) and I'd just like to be able to get my elements closer together. I feel like this should be a simple fix but can't seem to find how to define the command. Thanks!
  9. Hi, I'm trying to figure out how to set a specific text size/font/color for my slideshow titles and descriptions. I have basic knowledge of CSS, I just can't figure out how to identify the elements I'm trying to change in code. Basically: ???? {color: font-size:opacity:etc:} Would really appreciate if anyone could help me fill in the question marks! (Also I'm using Wexley template if that makes a difference). Thanks
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