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fredericG

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  1. Hi @Cragg Your answer is amazing. Wish i could go further. Looking to replace the address parts (i.e. city, zip code, etc) and i'm looking to find the appropriate handle so i can build my own code. I've tried to use the inspector, but i'm no programmer, and this is all chinese to me… Can you help me find what to use instead of (for instance) myFirstname and sqsFirstname?(Hope my question makes sense!)peace out
  2. The trick is to have what you want off the main menu (in your case : web dev and dig maketing") in the "not linked" section, below secondary nav in the left panelBut i understand that you want everything in a single index page.I guess an easy way would be to move your whole index down in the "not linked" pages, and replace "portfolio" and "blog" with a links called portfolio and blog and leading to the actual pages."contact" is a different page so it's not an issue. hope that helps
  3. @JCamden @dc_marshall @PVNZ Sorry if this comes late. It might help others who stumble upon this:Making anchor link (last bullet point):Once you're done with steps 1 through 4 : - Go back to your Folder in the linked section - Click on the + below to open the "create new page" contextual menu - Choose "link" (the eighth item as of may 2017) - Click to add URL : The URL should be /index-name#page-name (replace with your index and page name) - The link title (above URL) is what will appear in the drop-down menu Hope this helps :)
  4. hey thanks this works great if anyone is wondering, i pasted into design/custom CSS
  5. Hi Shabrinank i'll try to be as limpid as possible. sorry if i sound like an elementary school teacher :P The drop-down menu was made this way : Create a folder page for each title in the nav bar the contents of the folders are all links (in the index : add page > link) the links are named according to what you need in the menu they link to unlinked pages, organized within unlinked indexes (in the unlinked section) the links are all anchors within the right index (for instance : /apropos#mission) now all that's missing is a line of code so the title in the nav is darkened when you are on a page. i could post this (if needed) once my programmer has made the code for me ^_^ hope this helps, cheers .f
  6. Hi purpleman Thanks for the advice, it's welcomed, including visual tips.However, just to make sure you understand my question: i'm not looking to make the title change color with a hover, but when i'm on that particular page, exactly the way it does in this squarespace answers page (for instance, questions in highlighted, while tags, users, badges and unanswered are darker). Now, since the title in my nav is merely a link, it doesn't highlight when i'm visiting that page. (in my case, the page i'm talking of is the products page.) any thoughts or cues on that?
  7. Hi purpleman Thanks for the advice, it's welcomed, including visual tips.However, just to make sure you understand my question: i'm not looking to make the title change color with a hover, but when i'm on that particular page, exactly the way it does in this squarespace answers page (for instance, questions in highlighted, while tags, users, badges and unanswered are darker). Now, since the title in my nav is merely a link, it doesn't highlight when i'm visiting that page. (in my case, the page i'm talking of is the products page.) any thoughts or cues on that?
  8. Hi purpleman Thanks for the advice, it's welcomed, including visual tips.However, just to make sure you understand my question: i'm not looking to make the title change color with a hover, but when i'm on that particular page, exactly the way it does in this squarespace answers page (for instance, questions in highlighted, while tags, users, badges and unanswered are darker). Now, since the title in my nav is merely a link, it doesn't highlight when i'm visiting that page. (in my case, the page i'm talking of is the products page.) any thoughts or cues on that?
  9. Hi purpleman Thanks for the advice, it's welcomed, including visual tips.However, just to make sure you understand my question: i'm not looking to make the title change color with a hover, but when i'm on that particular page, exactly the way it does in this squarespace answers page (for instance, questions in highlighted, while tags, users, badges and unanswered are darker). Now, since the title in my nav is merely a link, it doesn't highlight when i'm visiting that page. (in my case, the page i'm talking of is the products page.) any thoughts or cues on that?
  10. Yes, it's a great work-around, amd that is what i did in the end. but i still have a problem : the title in the navigation (the folder's name) doesn't show up as "active" (i.e. as a differnt color) — and it's obvious it wouldn't. i imagine there's probably a code i could inject in the index page to make it change color. But i'm not much for hand-coding. Any ideas of something i could try?here's the website i'm building : https://margarines-thibault.squarespace.com/thanks for your follow-up ^_^cheers
  11. wow thanksbest solution i found, and it's already in french!now i just need to find a similar solution for the adress block (and i'm useless at programming) many thanks!cheeers.f
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