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  1. Site URL: https://iamabbytaylor.com/ Hi all! I'm a freelance illustrator and designer in the process of updating my website. I chose Squarespace because web design is not one of my talents! I'd really like to be able to keep my nav bar white, but add a very subtle drop shadow beneath it, make it sticky, and a bit narrower than it is now. My website is: https://iamabbytaylor.com/. I've found a few bits of custom css that will make the nav bar sticky, but they've all been a bit hit and miss and I can't find one that will add the subtle drop shadow too. If anyone knows any custom CCS I could use to achieve this, that would be amazing! I'm using the York template. https://iamabbytaylor.com/ Thank you, Abby
  2. Hello, How do I add drop shadow to images that are in a Gallery Grid format? I can only find custom CSS for images that are not in a gallery grid. I'd like to imitate the drop shadow here (link), but I don't want the drop shadow to exist only during the hover. I want the drop shadow to be there without having to hover over the image. Please see screenshot and more info below. Thank you in advance! Website: http://www.adrianye.com Theme: York Example of images in gallery grid:
  3. I’ve found some examples of code that you can add to a site’s CSS that will provide a drop shadow to text. An example is: h3.a { color: white; text-shadow: black 0.1em 0.1em 0.2em } I would like to make all the text including all heading and navigation have a small drop shadow because the text is white on a coloured background. Does anyone know if there is a simple way to do this or would I have to add specific instructions to add the shadow to each type of text in each section? Thanks!
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