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  1. Great! Glad that worked! The url for the image currently on the page is: http://static1.squarespace.com/static/564bfe3fe4b0bbf08b77818c/5652cf4ae4b085e3bb913347/5652d1d6e4b093974a1319b7/1448268254166/IMG_8111.jpg The way I use different images for page backgrounds is to upload the image as though you were adding a new page but add a link instead - just add the image to your "not linked" section of the website: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205814758-Using-links-in-your-navigation This method will let you upload an image as a file with a clean url. So if you upload an image named IMG8111.jpg, the url could be added in the code above as: url ("/s/IMG8111.jpg") This method works great for when you want to change out images regularly or when you're adding custom code. Blah. Sorry for the long explanation. Hope that helps! M
  2. Hello! Try adding the following CSS to the Advanced tab on your page's settings. Then change the url to whatever the url is for your image. Here I used an image from one of your pages. <style> #outerWrapper { background-image: url("http://static1.squarespace.com/static/564bfe3fe4b0bbf08b77818c/t/564c16ace4b008db72f67e48/1447827118173/Broadway+in+the+studio?format=1500w"); } </style> Hope that helps! M
  3. Hello! I had success changing your bold font to red by using the following code in your Custom CSS: b, strong { color: red; } Hope that helps!
  4. Terrific! I'm glad that worked. And now I have yet another reason to visit London!
  5. Hooray! Glad it worked! You can add a margin-left property to move the logo back towards the left side of the screen so your updated code would look like this: #logoImage img { height: auto; margin-left: -33px; max-height: 150px; max-width: 100%; width: auto; } Then adjust the margin-left however you want as well as the max-height. Hope that helps!
  6. Hello! You'll want to modify the Logo not the title, so try using the following CSS: #logoImage img { height: auto; max-height: 100px; max-width: 100%; width: auto; } Then you can adjust the max-height to make your logo larger. Hope that helps!
  7. You can change the background of your footer in the Five template by adding the following to your Custom CSS Editor: #page-footer-wrapper { color: white; background-color: black; a { color: white; } a:hover { color: gray; } } Then change the background, text and link colors to whatever colors you need. Hope that helps!
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