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  1. Can't put code into comments without some of it getting lost
  2. You're better off just asking a new question instead of waking the dead people.
  3. they're not being used as sizes, just colours. h1 white, h2 yellow etc. As far as I can tell this resizes all the h elements on the page to be 25px below 768px. Let me know if I missed one or this wasn't what you were after
  4. Copy and paste into Design > Custom CSS just change the font-size:value to whatever size you wish those to display on mobiles. @media only screen and (max-width: 768px) { .index-section-wrapper .content.has-main-image h1:not(.OT_subtitle){ font-size:25px!important; } .index-section-wrapper .content.has-main-image h2:not(.OT_subtitle) { font-size: 25px !important; } .index-section-wrapper .content.has-main-image h3:not(.OT_subtitle) { font-size:25px !important; } }
  5. Yes. Change the "url" in the code below to be what page you wish it to link to. Copy Paste this into Page Settings > Advanced > Header Injection (do this for every page in your site you require this functionality) <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <script>$(document).ready(function () { $(".logo a[href]").attr("href", "http://www.google.com/"); }); </script>
  6. I should've added that, when posting css into the header you need to wrap it inside a < style > code here < / style > like this without the spaces
  7. This styling will be site-wide, if you use Custom CSS, or page specific if posted into your page > advanced > header injection area first bit is the text box, second is a media query that makes it 100% wide on mobiles. Posted into the answer, if you're using chrome, you can find out which element has what name, by right clicking on something and hitting 'inspect element'
  8. Yeah a little bit of code, use the custom css option under design to do this. What would like the text box to do? I can help
  9. It is possible, at the moment your text box is set to be 50% width (6 column of a 12 column grid) until it detects a mobile screen. If you didn't wish to scale you would just set a fixed width value to it, ie. 500pxor you would use media queries to change the width at specific browser sizes. edit: adding code up here .sqs-block-content p {max-width:300px;} @media only screen and (max-width:640px) { .sqs-block-content p {max-width:100%!important;} } change the values to whatever you need
  10. Nothing to do with developer mode, can you link your site so I can try to help
  11. Have a read through this page http://help.squarespace.com/guides/what-are-blocks
  12. Sure, there are two places where you need to copy paste code to, and you need to make a code block on your page. inside the code block paste the second part of code into that with html mode enabled, then go find page content click > settings >advanced and inject the top part of code into that *nothing goes into custom css
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