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Peter Rox of The Future

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  1. Changing a background for an area in your website seems like it should be a basic operation, but in Squarespace reality this maneuver takes a little bit of wrangling to make happen. After considerable effort, I was fortunate enough to figure out the process and would like to share it with other “non-coding” bozos like myself so you don’t have to pull out your wig like I did. I’m using the “Hayden” template, but this process does work with other templates (although you might have to make adjustments to the design of your template). Crank up the Dirt Nasty and follow this “easy-to-understand”
  2. Or, if you want to use a specific background with images, or patterns, then apply the same method and just add spacers. peter rox
  3. hey chris - thx, glad it helped. i'm not intimately familiar with FIVE but you can try this method if it allows for an index. just use your image as the background. if it turns out wonky, then perhaps try another method with help from other answers on this forum or chat with Squarespace suppot. however, i can tell you that all things are potentially possible... turn inwards for supreme guidance. best, p
  4. If you're changing the font size of a page nested in an index, remember to add the "#pagename" selector, looks like this: <style> #pagename h3 { font-size: 50px; color: #fff; } </style>
  5. Perhaps there is another solution that might work better for you... please see my q&a here: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/82151/how-do-i-change-the-background-of-a-page-or-block-in-a-page -peter rox of the future
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