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  1. I created a drop shadow for images using the code img { box-shadow: 0px 0px 20px black; } Unfortunately, this creates a drop shadow on the site logo in the header as well. It looks great on the images, but not on the logo. Is there anyway to apply code to specific areas of the site and not to everything?
  2. Site URL: https://grouper-copper-fkpt.squarespace.com/ Hey all, Since my navigation bar is transparent and is containing white text, I need to add a drop shadow to the button, nav-links and title inside of the nav-'box'. I've tried each and every method that have been posted online, sadly without any success. Thus any help would be appreciated greatly. As said in this post title, I'm using SQSP 7.1. I'll be happy to answer any further questions. Thanks a-lot!
  3. Site URL: https://platinum-bugle-7ge9.squarespace.com/ Hi, Is it possible to add a drop shadow to specific text? I am trying to create navigation buttons out of images on my home page,so have added the images and am trying to pop text over the top, however the text is white and doesn't stand out. I have found code i can add into Custom CCS that adds a drop shadown on everything but this looks very odd. So can you do it individually for the text you need? Also when i hyperlink the text it puts an underline under it and i don't want one, is it possible to remove it? Thank you for your help,
  4. Iā€™m able to add a drop shadow to the button box itself, but Iā€™m trying to add a drop shadow to the button text (i.e. LEARN MORE) since it is a transparent outline style button. The buttons are white against full page images and Iā€™d like them to be more legible. Thanks!
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