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    patrycjahelena_ got a reaction from Ziggy in 3-column gallery changing into 2-column on mobile   
    i wanted to avoid adding extra pictures as i feel like this amount is just right to capture the essence and grouping these pictures in twos instead of threes alters the overall perception. but you make a good point that threes would be too small for a mobile screen, and definitely scrolling through 2 images at a time is better than scrolling through one. 
    thank you for the input and giving me a fresh perspective. i will add extra row to compromise 

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    patrycjahelena_ reacted to Ziggy in 3-column gallery changing into 2-column on mobile   
    You could solve this in a few different ways, one way might be to add 3 more images, that way you have an even number so it would look better as a 2-wide grid, but also good as 3-wide. 
    Another option would be to go to a 1-column on mobile or keep 3-columns on mobile, both can be achieved with CSS, and change the user experience in different ways. 3 will have very small images on mobile and leave some white space at the bottom, and 1 would create big images with a long scroll. 
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    patrycjahelena_ reacted to paul2009 in adding homepage to navigation   
    No problem. You're welcome.
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    patrycjahelena_ got a reaction from paul2009 in adding homepage to navigation   
    oh god. i put it in the advanced section of the home page rather than in custom css within the design. sorry, i'm a noob 🤦‍♀️

    now i'm happy to report that yes, it WORKS! thank you very much!!!! 🧡🧡🧡
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    patrycjahelena_ got a reaction from Ernest in How do I maintain image aspect ratio AND padding between images consistent for ALL screen sizes?   
    up, i have a similar problem in  7.1 -> https://patrycjahelenabielawska.squarespace.com/
     
    it's supposed to look like this:



    but on smaller screens looks like this:





    on mobile version the space between paired pictures disappears and looks terrible.

     
    on top of that the mobie version shown in the dashboard is different than the mobile version in reality. mobile in dashboard:



    mobile on actual mobile:



    in reality the gaps between each pair is bigger and randomly some tiny spacing appears between pictures within a pair

    > any suggestion for a fix with blank page with image blocks?

    > using a gallery is not an option as for 2 columns even with inset setting the pictures are too big for a laptop screen and i want visitors to see the pictures in full at once without scrolling. unless some code magic could solve too big images in the gallery?

     
     

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    patrycjahelena_ got a reaction from RoxBen in How do I maintain image aspect ratio AND padding between images consistent for ALL screen sizes?   
    up, i have a similar problem in  7.1 -> https://patrycjahelenabielawska.squarespace.com/
     
    it's supposed to look like this:



    but on smaller screens looks like this:





    on mobile version the space between paired pictures disappears and looks terrible.

     
    on top of that the mobie version shown in the dashboard is different than the mobile version in reality. mobile in dashboard:



    mobile on actual mobile:



    in reality the gaps between each pair is bigger and randomly some tiny spacing appears between pictures within a pair

    > any suggestion for a fix with blank page with image blocks?

    > using a gallery is not an option as for 2 columns even with inset setting the pictures are too big for a laptop screen and i want visitors to see the pictures in full at once without scrolling. unless some code magic could solve too big images in the gallery?

     
     

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    patrycjahelena_ reacted to paul2009 in adding homepage to navigation   
    If you'd like to add a homepage link to the main navigation you can add this by dragging the homepage from Not Linked to Main Navigation.

    That said, adding a manual link for the homepage isn't normally necessary because users should be able to click/tap the site logo to reach the homepage.
    To hide the nav link on the homepage you'll need a line or two of "custom CSS". The exact code will depend on the URL of your homepage and the template you are using. If you provide a working link to the site, one of us can take a look.
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