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  1. Yes, the site url is www.pollyking.com (business plan) Thanks for you help!
  2. Greetings, Does anyone know of a way to style the 7.1 mobile menu so that any dropdown menus (links in folders) are displayed as part of the navigation list on the main mobile menu page? Right now clicking on the hamburger in the site header brings you to a page with a list of nav links and any folders have an arrow to the right requiring you to click onwards to another page in order to see the dropdown links. I'd like them to display as part of the main list, ideally as indented subcategories. I've attached 2 screenshots of how it works now... the third image is the way I'd like it to look (photoshopped). Seems like this would already be a Squarespace feature, maybe I'm missing something? Surely a more efficient way to navigate the mobile menu than clicking through to extra screens. Thanks!
  3. Thank you both. I combined your suggestions and my problem is solved! Final code: .header-announcement-bar-wrapper { background-image: url("https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5e8f40af1b4e4b61d7da3560/t/5e98a44ff7394c3f871aec65/1587061839876/sunman_tiny.gif") !important; background-size: cover; background-position: center center; background-repeat: no-repeat; } (realized I had my url format wrong also) Many thanks!
  4. Site URL: https://mitzura.squarespace.com/ Hello, Does anyone know of a way to add a background image to the header in 7.1? The workaround I've found is to make the header transparent, then add a section below the header which has the background image. But I don't want to have to go through every page of the website adding this extra section. I also tried adding background-image through custom CSS but it's not working: #header { background-image: url("sunman_tiny.gif") !important; } Any ideas much appreciated. Thanks, Erin
  5. Hi Brandon, Thank you for this great solution to the lack of Lightbox captions in 7.1 - I have successfully added captions to my slideshow. I was wondering if you know a way to have the caption break into 2 lines. My slideshow is an artist portfolio so the captions have the image title which I'd like to display on the first line and then size, year etc. which I'd like to display on a second line of text. Any thoughts? Also, I am having the same caption overlap problem as some others in this forum: Thanks so much for your help! Erin
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