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  1. Hi @tuanphan, I've looked for answer to this issue in the forum and was unable to find it. I'm hoping you can help. In the Brine template, I'd like to remove the transparency overlay from the thumbnails that show beneath the Slideshow, see image attached. My client would like to show all the images/wine bottles at full color.

    Screen Shot 2020-04-09 at 11.00.33 AM.png

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    2. ashlee


      Thank you @tuanphan

      I just posted to the forum and tagged you. Note, This website is not live, link is https://blueberry-lanternfish-9y6n.squarespace.com/our-wines, password is rose.


    3. tuanphan


      Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS

      .sqs-gallery-thumbnails .sqs-gallery-design-strip-slide {
          opacity: 1 !Important;


    4. ashlee


      Thank you! This very much pleased my client 🙂

  2. Thank you @paul2009. I was able to make the change to only effect the homepage banner with the following CSS but the overlay is only covering half the banner. Do you have any thoughts on how to fix this? #collection-5e1f2c60f33d00219d905499 .body-overlay { position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; bottom: 0; left: 0; background-color: rgba(189,0,0,.67); z-index: 99; }
  3. Hi Paul, I have a very similar issue, I only need/want a color overlay on the homepage banner. I inspected the page and was able to grab the following CSS but can't seem to target just the homepage banner. I'm using the Bryant Template, site is live http://www.uhdcolumbus.com/ Thank you in advance to any help you can provide 🙂 Ashlee #promotedGalleryWrapper .color-overlay, .promoted-gallery-wrapper .color-overlay, .banner-thumbnail-wrapper .color-overlay, .sqs-featured-posts-gallery .color-overlay { position: absolute; top: 0; right: 0; bottom: 0; left: 0; background-color: rgba(189,0,0,.67); z-index: 99; }
  4. Very helpful! Thank you so much @tuanphan!
  5. Screenshot is attached. It is just a newsletter sign-up.
  6. @tuanphan Thank you for replying back. I somehow missed the notification yesterday. Here is a link to my clients site, https://www.rosabellawinery.com/. The newsletter form is towards the bottom of the page. Ashlee
  7. @tuanphan This post helped me correct an issue with text not showing in the email form field when a user was entering their email address within the newsletter block - thank you! Is there a way by either adding CSS or add HTML in the post-submit field within the edit portion of the newsletter block to add a white box around the post-submit Thank you message? My client is worried users are missing or having a hard time reading the post-submit Thank you message. Thank you in advance.
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