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  1. @tuanphan Thank you so much for the solution. I am also trying to use this code and it works great however the animation looks strange and the x never pops up to close the menu. (My custom icon remains, but tilted from the animation.) Any thoughts on how to fix that?
  2. Site URL: https://breakwaterpools.com I have a stacked version of the logo that I would like to use on mobile. I was able to hide the current logo with CSS but I'm not sure how to make the alternate logo show up. Any advice much appreciated. https://breakwaterpools.com
  3. Can you do this with the Montauk template though? I thought the index page on Montauk is like a gallery grid. I agree though, there are templates that already have this feature built in, like Shift and Fulton I believe... This would make a much simpler solution.
  4. Ok, code is not my forte, so I don't know if this is the most ideal way to do it but try this. Use one code block instead of 2 and paste this in there: <style> .grey-strip { background-color: grey; margin-left: -1000px; margin-right: -1000px; padding: 50px; color: white; } #left-column { float: left; margin-left: 1000px; } #right-column { float: right; margin-right: 1000px; } </style> <div class="grey-strip"> <p id="left-column">YOUR LEFT SECTION OF TEXT GOES HERE</p> <p id="right-column">YOUR RIGHT SECTION OF TEXT GOES HERE</p> <
  5. Use a code block instead of a text block. Past the following inside of it and replace the text between the paragraph tags with your text: <div style="background-color: grey;"> <p style="color: white"> YOUR TEXT GOES HERE </p> </div> Based on your content, you will probably need to use an unordered list <ul> for the bulleted items.
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