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mferrini

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  1. I should clarify, that this situation is solvable, to a point using the Universal Filter plugin by exposing the .filter-value with CSS, like: /* -- Expose .filter-value -- */ .custom-filter-container .filterDropdown:not(.outside-values-visible) .outsideFilterValues {display: block;} This will show the name of the tag or category a user has filtered underneath the filter name. And this works wherever the filter is applied, but it really should be built in AND developers/clients should have the ability to name the value title, which using Universal Filter can be done within the con
  2. This is a maddening issue with 7.1. Not only is there a limitation which only allows for categories to be shown in a blog section and NOT tags, but whenever something is filtered there's no way to show a user where they are, like in 7.0. Even using the fantastic Universal Filter: https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/universal-filter This seemingly arbitrary limitation feels impossible to solve. Why Squarespace? Why?! If anyone has a solution for this I'd like to know. Thanks!
  3. Hi @tuanphan, This is very cool, but what if one needs an auto breadcrumb for 7.1 blog sections? For example, with sciencesites.org, using 7.0 (mostly Brine) we'd typically use an archive block and some javascript to give tags/categories and on state for each tag/category link based upon matching the URL, but perhaps there's a better way that's similar to your solution for products? Because most of our clients want blog lists with effectively endless items listed, at the moment I'm using: https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/universal-filter and https://www.squarewebsites.org
  4. Creative Director (silly title) for ScienceSites: https://sciencesites.org where we've built around 100 Squarespace sites since 2012. My personal site: https://martinferrinidesign.com is a better reflection of my current freelance development work, mostly on Squarespace with some WordPress as well. I've built websites in various ways since 1998 and I'm really more of a designer/developer, a jack of all trades, master of none knowing just enough about everything to be dangerous 🙂

  5. Site URL: https://deedsgetoutandvote.squarespace.com/art Hi Circle folks, Does anyone know why my attempt to replicate the on hover caption style for masonry galleries as on the homepage of this site: https://deedsgetoutandvote.squarespace.com/ Pwd: PACDeeds on this page: https://deedsgetoutandvote.squarespace.com/art isn't quite working? Here's the CSS which is basically just a clone of what I used for the gallery captions: // Gallery: Masonry block captions on hover .blog-masonry .blog-item-summary { position: absolute !important; top: 50%; left: 50%; transfor
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