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  1. In the Trudor template, the navigation menu in the sidebar is centered by default. I would like to left justify the contents of the sidebar, but the site styles editor doesn't seem to offer that tweak. Is there custom css that would accomplish this?
  2. I'm trying to get the code blocks at the top of the Contact section to center justify similar to the blocks on the Get Involved page. I can bring them in by placing spacers on the sides but they still don't center justify so they look off. I don't understand the use of flex box enough to make it work, assuming that's the best option for this. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated. Page: https://blenny-oarfish-24kk.squarespace.com/home/#contact-us Password: blenny
  3. need help justifying body texts and words in text boxes. i'm using the pacific theme and the customised css codes i've tried doesn't seem to work. here are the codes i've tried: <style> body p, .sqs-layout .sqs-block.html-block p { text-align: justify !important; } </style> .element-to-justify { text-align: justify; } body { text-align: justify } body p, .sqs-layout .sqs-block.html-block p, .sqs-layout .sqs-block.markdown-block p { text-align: justify; } p { text-align: justify !important; } p:last-child { text-align: justify; } .main-content article p { text-align: justify; text-justify: inter-word; }
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