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jpeskin

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  1. Fantastic solution, thanks! I also see that divs can be inserted, with an example I listed in an answer here too.
  2. tazmeah’s suggestion of Markdown blocks is fantastic. You can also insert divs with your own styling such as background colors. Note that if you put two Markdown blocks next to each other, Squarespace will automatically merge them for you into one Markdown block. So here’s an example of two text blocks with custom (light gray via alpha) background color. One block is on top of the other with some space in between them (via margin-top), and some padding around the divs on top/bottom: <div style="background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.0470588); text-align:center; vertical-align: middle; padding:40px 0;"> <a href="/donate">DONATE</a> </div> <div style="background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.0470588); text-align:center; vertical-align: middle; padding:40px 0; margin-top:30px"> <a href="/blog">VIEW THE BLOG</a> </div>
  3. I have found that inserting a Markdown block allows you to insert divs with your own styling such as background colors. Note that if you put two Markdown blocks next to each other, Squarespace will automatically merge them for you into one Markdown block. So here’s an example of two text blocks with custom (light gray via alpha) background color. One block is on top of the other with some space in between them (via margin-top), and some padding around the divs on top/bottom: <div style="background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.0470588); text-align:center; vertical-align: middle; padding:40px 0;"> <a href="/donate">DONATE</a> </div> <div style="background-color:rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.0470588); text-align:center; vertical-align: middle; padding:40px 0; margin-top:30px"> <a href="/blog">VIEW THE BLOG</a> </div>
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