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  1. Thanks for the hint. So if I understand correctly I still would need to use custom css, but it is easier with the gallery or "old" image block? Do you have any idea or hint how to focus a single picture in the gallery block for custom css? Thank you 🙂
  2. Hi I have looked for some solution to this issue for 2 days straight and have not found a solution so I hope you can help me here. I need to have a Portfolio with 3 layers (Type of Photography --> Location --> Actual pictures). But Squarespace only supports Portfolios with 2 Layer (e.g. Location --> Actual pictures). So my solution was to add a section with 4 Image Blocks (for Landscape, Animals, Culture and Personal and link each of them to a Portfolio Page. The issue I have right know is that it should look consistent and I am using a mouse hover overlay for the portfolio (with the title of the portfolio displaying --> see attachment). I tried to add this hover overlay with custom css to the 4 image blocks with the "content" attribute in css for a title for each of the 4 separately. But have not been able to get it working properly (mostly because I am not 100% sure how I can select the areas correctly, but also because the "content" attribute only seems to work for one picture at a time. So I am wondering if there is some other option to get this done and if not, if I could somehow add the same functionalities as in the portfolio hover overlay to my images? I have a second issue (its not that important but would be nice): I wanted to add the Portfolio Overview (e.g. like in the screenshot) to the footer or the bottom of each Portfolio page, so people can click on a different Portfolio directly when finished scrolling the page. But it seems like Portfolio pages cannot be saved/stored (no idea why....). So any idea how to do that? If I do it with images I would need to recreate the whole Portfolio page and then run into the same issue with the hover overlay as described above. After using Wordpress for years I feel pretty limited for already basic things (no animations/hover effects for pictures??), but Squarespace it is better maintainable and more appealing to the eye while working on the page so I wanted to give it a try. Thank you a lot for your help and have a great day Daphni
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