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  1. Just saw this after @bangank36 gave me a fix. Appreciate it!
  2. Done! Website is https://pineapple-sponge-wtah.squarespace.com password is announcement. Thank you!!!
  3. It's a private site for a client so I'm not able to unfortunately. However, I could create a demo account and set it up that way. Would that work for you? Appreciate the help!!
  4. I added in some custom coding: .sqs-announcement-bar:before { content:""; background-image: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f2364303585643acdb40436/t/5fb2c91df7db0b10ea3baddc/1605552413449/Courage+Matters+App+Icon.png); background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: 40px; float: left; width: 40px; height: 40px; } However with this, I can't seem to get the image that I added to float centered and be on the same line as the text as opposed to pushed to the corner. I've included a screenshot for reference. Anyone have any tips?
  5. Ah I see that now. Forgot about that feature. Here's the site link: southfolk.squarespace.com/home password is sitetest is the blog page and the summary page is located at southfolk.squarespace.com/home-1. I'm trying to figure out how to get /home-1 to look like /home so that I'm able to only have the first banner section available on whatever the homepage is but when they click on categories, it sections out like in 7.0.
  6. The site currently isn't live, it's still in trial mode so I'm not sure that I'd be able to without adding you as a contributor. Would that be ok with you?
  7. Site URL: https://stanton-demo.squarespace.com I'm currently working on a blog website using 7.1 however it's missing one of the features that's keeping the previous version of the site on 7.0. In 7.0 when clicking a category, it simply takes you to a category page with just all the posts in that category. In 7.1, it shows all the posts in that category on the blog page but also EVERY other section. This can be redundant when you don't want to create a separate blog page for each and every category on the site but want to feature homepage content. The work around for this is creating a regular page with the same sections but instead of using a blog section (because there isn't one for regular pages), I use a summary block. My issue is that the summary block and the blog page don't look the same and I don't get the same effect. I can technically do this site on 7.0 using Rally or another similar template, but I'd like to build in 7.1 since they're moving more and more sites to that version of the platform. Does anyone know any CSS that I could code to make my summary block look like the blog page? You can see what they both look like and for reference the template at stanton-demo.squarespace.com. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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