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Everything posted by christyprice

  1. Hi @BOwens, As @tuanphan mentioned the code is specific to each template family. If you happen to be on a Brine family template, you can add this code in that particular page's Page Settings > Advanced > Page Header Code Injection to remove the announcement bar. If you are on a different template, please post a link to your site so someone can help you out. <style> /* remove announcement bar */ .sqs-announcement-bar-custom-location { display: none !important; } </style>
  2. Hi @WillieDowns, This is not something that you could do with just Squarespace. At a minimum, you'd need a third party membership integration like MemberSpace (aff).
  3. Hi @Mocoia, Many of us answering questions here work full time and respond to the forum as a way to support the community when we have a few extra moments. So it may be a few days (weeks?) before we see a reply to a post. Oftentimes, someone else can help out along the way! The text doesn't appear on mobile by default - I don't have code offhand to force it to show, but maybe someone else does. To target the description, you can use this code and change the font size: .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-description p { font-size: 20px !important; } Best of luck with your website!
  4. It's a cache issue. You'll need to disable Ajax by unchecking Enable Ajax Loading in Site Styles to fix it.
  5. You can remove the caption and overlay by adding this to Design > Custom CSS .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .slide.loaded .meta { display: none; }
  6. Hi @SSchulze, You're just missing one click. When you edit the Contact form, go to the Advanced tab and select "Enable Lightbox Mode."
  7. You'll need to target the title and description individually for font-size using .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-title and .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow .meta .meta-description
  8. Hi @Mocoia, Try adding this code to Design > Custom CSS to change the font and opacity. You can play around with the rgb colors: .sqs-gallery-block-slideshow.sqs-gallery-block-meta-position-center .meta { font-family: 'futura-pt'; background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.9); }
  9. Nice work @andrehanauer! You can simplify the code a bit, since the .header--menu-open is only used on mobile: .header--menu-open { .header-title-logo { -webkit-filter: invert(100%); filter: invert(1); filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert='1'); } } It's awesome that you took the info here and ran with it and figured things out on your own. Great job!
  10. Ah, I see. I don't know of a way to target that specifically - it looks like it has the same collection-id whether it is opened or closed. Maybe someone else can help out!
  11. Great! I use a Chrome extension that identifies the blocks. Here’s a list of all the Chrome extensions I use, along with my other favorite resources: https://christyprice.com/resources Hope it’s helpful!
  12. Hi @vanquishbrisbane, Instead of using the Post-submit message option on the form block, you'll want to use a post-submit redirect (under Edit Form > Advanced) to send them to a new Thank You page you've created. Then you can add the code to that new page.
  13. Hi @hollydo, The first thing I'd recommend is setting the Header Vertical Spacing to 0 in Design > Site Styles, under SITE: HEADER. If you'd like to reduce it further, the exact code depends on your current site spacing setting. If you've left it the default small spacing, you can target margin-top and margin-bottom for .site-spacing-small .site-header in custom css.
  14. Hi @vsulzer26, The York template does not allow for Social Icons in the header natively. The photo you've posted is of a Brine family template, so Social Icons in the navigation will automatically be hidden on mobile view. If you'd like to set the mobile breakpoint higher so that mobile view kicks in on larger screens, you can do that in Design > Site Styles.
  15. You'll need to make sure you've turned off AJAX loading in Design > Site Styles.
  16. One way to achieve this would be to use a Blog page, set to display 1 post per page, full text. Then set up posts to publish on a daily schedule.
  17. Hi @andrehanauer, To invert the logo color on mobile, try adding this to Design > Custom CSS: @media screen and (max-width:767px) { .header-title-logo img { -webkit-filter: invert(100%); filter: invert(1); filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert='1'); } }
  18. Your best bet would be the Universal Filter plugin: https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/universal-filter
  19. You could try targeting the Blog List page collection-id and then setting the secondary metatdata to display: none; If you want to post a link someone may be able to help with the exact code.
  20. Try targeting the description on that particular page using the specific collection-id. Add something like this to Design > Custom CSS: #collection-5c462139aa4a995fe6b67bac .desc-wrapper p>strong { color: #ffffff !important; }
  21. In the Additional Info tab, you could try Silva Bokis's method using a markdown block: https://www.silvabokis.com/squarespace-tips/how-to-create-hideshow-faqs-in-squarespace
  22. Hi @theonefredy, Try adding this to Custom CSS to hide titles on galleries: #project .project-item>.meta h1 { display: none !important; } If it's just for one page, add it to that page's Page Code Header Injection and wrap it in <style></style> tags.
  23. Hi @alecmomont, Try using this instead since you are using your site title in text instead of an image. <style> .has-site-title .Header-branding { color: #1a1f2d !important; } </style>
  24. @justinpheap.co I use one Home index page. Within that index I have one subpage for desktop view and one subpage for mobile that I show/hide with the code above.
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