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  1. Site URL: https://www.fendittongallery.com/christmas-2020

    Hi there,

    We are a gallery that has work for sale online during exhibitions, but once that period has come to an end we remove the artworks currently online and upload new ones. 

    Is there a way I can 'bulk' redirect them back to the main product page rather than having to individually update the url mapping? Or can I have a specific error page for this i.e 'This artwork is no longer available but please click here to view the selection of works we have available as part of our xxx exhibition.' 

    At the moment I have been uploading them to a central product inventory as they sometimes need to be displayed on several pages at once. Would this be the best way to do it or create a new product inventory for each exhibition?

    The website is www.fendittongallery.com and an example of this is www.fendittongallery.com/christmas-2020

    Many thanks,


  2. On 10/31/2019 at 10:47 AM, colin.irwin said:

    Add the following to your custom css area after any code that may already be there

    // Change color of close, next and prev icons
    .sqs-lightbox-close, .sqs-lightbox-next, .sqs-lightbox-previous {
    	&:before {
    		color: #000 !important; // Substitute whichever color you want - I have set it to black #000
    // Force arrows to always be visible
    .sqs-lightbox-next, .sqs-lightbox-previous {
    	opacity: 1 !important;


    Thank you so much @colin.irwin - I will give that a go! 🙂 

  3. Hi there, 

    I am building a website for a client and they have asked that the gallery grid lightbox 'X' is darker and the left and right arrows are darker and are visible all the time (rather than only on hover). I have scoured the forum and can't seem to find a code that works for the site. The template is Foster.

    The website is 
    Password: lynne.2019

    An example of this can be viewed on any of the pages under 'work'.

    Any help would be greatly received! 

    Many thanks, 


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