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christyprice

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  1. This isn’t the unicorn you’re looking for (you have to pay a fee for >25 entries, etc) but it might be worth checking out. community box
  2. Yes, you can do this in Design > Site Styles. Under HEADER: TOP, you'll need to change Center Layout to Stacked instead of Horizontal.
  3. It's likely an issue with AJAX. You'll need to turn it off in Design > Site Styles. Detailed instructions by template are here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000253288-Ajax-loading
  4. I've used SQSP Themes Lightbox Anything (aff) plugin to accomplish this. It works great for any kind of lightbox work you want to do.
  5. Heather Tovey has a Squarespace Blog Footer Plugin that does this.
  6. The workaround I use is to: Create a new page that you call Blog, but is just a standard page. On that new page, use a summary block to pull in your blog posts. Under that summary block, you can add any other normal blocks you'd like. Move the new page to your main navigation and move your Blog to Not Linked. The limitation to this is that you can only pull in 30 blog posts in a summary block. To get around that limit I use the lazy summaries plugin.
  7. Thirty Eight Visuals has a nice tutorial on a floating button. That might be the easiest solution for you: https://thirtyeightvisuals.com/blog/add-floating-book-button-squarespace
  8. @niveau5, try adding this to Custom CSS: .summary-excerpt p { font-size: 12px; } Your default font size was 14, so you can try 12 or any other size you'd like.
  9. I typically do a workaround using code blocks and Font Awesome, but it doesn't look like the Unsplash icon is available in Font Awesome. Hoping someone has another workaround for you!
  10. Hi @survivor42, What are you trying to add to your Blog page that you can't do in Bedford? @MagneM is right, your info will still be there. With the exception of any blocks in the Page banners of regular pages and your footer. Those don't transfer over. You'll install Rally, then click Preview. You'll see a bunch of demo content - delete that. Then all your pages will have been moved to the Not Linked section. Set your homepage, then move all the pages to where you'd like them to live in the navigation. None of this will affect your live site. However, if you edit any content on any of those pages, or change URLs or page names, etc. those edits will be reflected on your live site. If you want to get back to your Bedford site, click Cancel Preview.
  11. @Bennocas could you please share a link to your site so we can take a look at the code?
  12. @LMasonick, It should be under Blog: Typography & Colors > Item Title Font. You'll change the bottom selection there Line Height to something greater than 1em.
  13. When you are on a post page, go to Design > Site Styles. Click on your post title and you'll see that setting appear in the styles. Change the line height to be 1 or greater for the post title font.
  14. Hi! This answer was ported over from the old forum and may help. It requires code injection: https://forum.squarespace.com/topic/17270-how-can-i-change-the-logo-link-destination-to-another-page-on-my-site/#answer-35906
  15. This depends on which template you’re using and how the icon was added. If you post a link, someone can help you out. In some of the templates, you’d go to Design > Site Styles. When you are in that section, click on the social media icon in your header, then you’ll see the option to hide it from navigation. But that’s only some of the templates.
  16. How about adding a background color to the subtitle to make it stand out? If you will post the link to your site, someone can help you out! If you are using a Brine family template and poster image blocks, this code will work for you. Paste it in Design > Custom CSS. You'd just change out the hex code for the color you want. .sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-subtitle p { background-color: #aa2727; box-shadow: 0.25em 0 0 #aa2727, -0.25em 0 0 #aa2727; } .sqs-block-image .image-block-outer-wrapper.image-block-v2 .image-subtitle p { display: inline; margin: 0; word-wrap: break-word; overflow-wrap: break-word; }
  17. Thanks so much @xstitchboutique! Could you please vote up my solution (the arrow on top of the 0 on the left of the post) and like the post (bottom right thumbs up symbol)? That lets others know it was solved.
  18. Ah, yep - that code targets the page. To target a particular section, you'd use that section's URL slug, so something like #meltdown-tour .page-title {display:none;}
  19. You can do this in Design > Site Styles for the Rally template. If you click on your stacked image it should pull up what you see below. If not, log out and log in again, then try again. Under IMAGE BLOCK: STACK Change Text Alignment to Center. This will center the title, subtitle, and button.
  20. Yes, you'll need to do this using Anchor Links. I've done something similar here (this particular method uses index pages and sections): https://behavioralhealthdallas.com/therapy-counseling-services Here's a Squarespace article with more info: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/207135178-Creating-anchor-links
  21. Yes @krausjb, add this code to Design > Custom CSS. You'll need to change out the hex code for your color. .sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-subtitle p { background-color: #aa2727; box-shadow: 0.25em 0 0 #aa2727, -0.25em 0 0 #aa2727; } .sqs-block-image .image-block-outer-wrapper.image-block-v2 .image-subtitle p { display: inline; margin: 0; word-wrap: break-word; overflow-wrap: break-word; }
  22. @xstitchboutique, Try copying and pasting in the code above to Design > Custom CSS. Make sure you have all of it and that there is no error in the window. Then, edit a product description and italicize the sentence you want to be in the red color. You won't see the red here. Save it, then open up a new browser window and look at that product on the live site. The sentence you italicized will show up in red.
  23. Hi @Joeyearthly, If you are using an index page, I have a different workaround that I like a bit better, since you can make whole area specific for mobile instead of just the banner image. I create two "sub-pages" at the top of the index page, one for desktop view (with the URL slug home-banner) and one for mobile view (with the URL slug home-banner-mobile). Then I add the following code to Custom CSS. (Note that if you want to edit the mobile from your desktop, you'll need to briefly comment out the code so you can see that page on desktop.) /* show home page block dependent on screen size */ @media only screen and (max-width: 780px) { #home-banner { display: none; } } @media only screen and (min-width: 781px) { #home-banner-mobile { display: none; } }
  24. Hey @Valentino - I sent you a DM. It's a weird error, so I'm curious!
  25. @xstitchboutique sure thing. If you want to post the link to your site, someone may be able to give you the exact code and walk you through it.
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