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  1. Seeking creative and innovative designer to create dynamic graphics on our Squarespace site. There are a few existing graphics that we have in mind for starters, where we feel they could be more engaging if they were interactive and dynamic for website visitors. We would also be interested in using your creativity to implement other ideas you have for dynamic GIFs and other dynamic/ interactive graphics throughout the site. If you are interested, please email recruiting@alphabrook.com.
  2. Site URL: https://www.thislandisdigital.com/ Context: I've spent some time trying to apply a custom grid layout to my index so that I can highlight certain projects with double sized thumbnails. To do this I followed this tutorial which targets an index: gallery block from a different template rather than the standard index I have available in Avenue (not sure if the scaling is different because of this). I was able to successfully assign an area to each of the index thumbnails and arrange them the way I wanted using grid-template-areas with one main issue. Problem: The thumbnails are forced to match the aspect ratio in my site style rather than cropping or stretching to fill the grid's literal space. What I want is to have a combination of 2/1 and 1/1 aspect ratios. My site style can be one or the other (50 or 100). No matter which I choose, the grid is being stretched vertically to match the same ratio. Here's my code so far. I'll deal with the tablet and mobile arrangements when I solve the desktop issues. #collection-5c89d82aee6eb05083075575 #projectThumbs { > div { // Create a grid layout on the index. display: grid; // Visually map the named items below to the grid using spaces. Repetition matters. grid-template-areas: "firstAB firstAB firstCD firstCD" "secondA secondB secondC secondD" "thirdA thirdBC thirdBC thirdD" "fourthA fourthB fourthC fourthD"; @media screen and (max-width: 800px) { //grid-template-areas: ""; } @media screen and (max-width: 640px) { //display: block; } } // First Row a:nth-of-type(1){ grid-area: firstAB; // Name of the item. } a:nth-of-type(2){ grid-area: firstCD; } // Second Row a:nth-of-type(3){ grid-area: secondA; } a:nth-of-type(4){ grid-area: secondB; } a:nth-of-type(5){ grid-area: secondC; } a:nth-of-type(6){ grid-area: secondD; } // Third Row a:nth-of-type(7){ grid-area: thirdA; } a:nth-of-type(8){ grid-area: thirdBC; } a:nth-of-type(9){ grid-area: thirdD; } // Fourth Row a:nth-of-type(10){ grid-area: fourthA; } a:nth-of-type(11){ grid-area: fourthB; } a:nth-of-type(12){ grid-area: fourthC; } a:nth-of-type(13){ grid-area: fourthD; } } I attached a picture of the result I want vs. the result I'm getting. * I had to temporarily revert my site to a standard 4-wide index and comment the CSS out. Didn't want to leave my site up in a broken state while I wait for a solution (it requires a 1-wide index for some reason). I was able to reduce the visible size of specific images, but only the image element and not whatever larger element it's attached to (still new to CSS). Hopefully the screenshots and my code will be enough to get a hint or direction.
  3. I'm using the Supply theme where I assign one page as my Homepage, and I have the option of making it a Full Width Homepage in the Style Editor. My homepage sizes dynamically, and looks good across all platforms. I'd like to make ALL my pages dynamic full width, just like the homepage. I've tried using CSS code mainx { width: 1020px } which works fine, but is not dynamic, and the pages look terrible on tablets and phones. I would be grateful if someone could suggest some code that would give my pages dynamic full width. Thanks much.
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