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  1. Hmm.. That's possible but not sure to figure out if or where the mistake is.
  2. Ah I can see when I visit the site that the code actually applies - it just doesn't apply in the preview in squarespace which it use to do?
  3. I've deleted the code again since it didn't work. For example if I wan't to hide the header on this page: https://malenemosevang.dk/personlig-traening I inset this code: /* Hide this on Mobile */ @media screen and (max-width:640px) { [data-section-id="64beb5b2745beb236d5d6668"] { display: none; } } Isn't that correct?
  4. URL: https://malenemosevang.dk/ Page: https://malenemosevang.dk/personlig-traening-1 But I've just tried to apply the css code to other pages and the same issue is there. I've had succes using the code earlier this week, but suddenly yesterday it gave up 😅
  5. Hi. I've used CSS code many times in order to hide elements on mobile or desktop with succes. I've used this code for mobile: /* Hide this on Mobile */ @media screen and (max-width:640px) { [data-section-id="64beb96412f80705c61f0ed9"] { display: none; } } But all of the sudden it doesn't appear when I try to hide a element. It just sticks to the page. Does any of you know a solution to this?
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