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mathias

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  1. How did you add the text using media queries? If its too much of a hassle to explain, do you have any helpful resources you can point me to?
  2. I've been trying to get my navigation to stick to the top once it reaches that position. I tried using this solution for a Five template but have had no luck in doing so. this is where I am: header: <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.1/jquery.min.js"></script> footer code: <script> var headerheight = 50; // number of pixels to scroll before applying classes $(window).bind('scroll', function () { if ($(window).scrollTop() > headerheight) { $('#navblock-bottom').addClass('sticky-nav'); $('#content-wrapper').addClass('sticky-nav-gap'); } else { $('navblock-bottom').removeClass('sticky-nav'); $('#content-wrapper').removeClass('sticky-nav-gap'); } }); </script> CSS: .sticky-nav #navblock { position: fixed; top: 0; z-index: 99; } .sticky-nav-gap { padding-top: 20px; // height of the navigation } Haven't managed to make it work. Any help is very appreciated. Oh and this is the site i'm working on
  3. I appreciate the answer, however the problem with the CSS rules that you provided is that it applies to every link on the site, including the Navigation buttons. I'm trying to only underline the links in the Body of the contacts page.
  4. I want to underline two names that are part of the body text that are linked to content that isn’t on the navigation. Here’s the site: http://mathias-ivanissevich-edpd.squarespace.com/contact/ The idea is to have ‘Jorge di Bendetto’ and ‘Lucía Iturbe’ underlined so its clear that they are links.The Style Editor only allows me to change link colors and hover colors.
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