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  1. Is there any way to hide the intro banner section on the "FILTERED BY..." results page? Page example: https://theveil.squarespace.com/events?tag=Scott's Addition Goal: Hide the "Upcoming Events / Filter by location: ...." section at the top of the page, so the first thing you see is the "Filtering by: Scott's Addition" header. Template: Royce
  2. Hey everyone, I am trying to apply filtering to my categories. So a customer could view events/blogs/products and filter based on say, family events, then select say, free events and it shows all from both of those categories? At the moment I just can't work out how to get this to work! Thanks.
  3. For example, one category is 'Research', and when you click the link, it takes you to a page which has a 'Blog' block which displays only posts that have the 'Research' category. At the top of the Blog block (I think within the 'Intro' section), it says 'Posts in Research' (or whatever category page you are on). How to hide it?
  4. How can the name of the filtered category in a gallery be shown?So, for example I let the gallery filter the images by the category named 'Summer', I would like to see at the top of the page the name of the category like "Category: Summer". How can I realize that?
  5. I am trying to create a portfolio site..(Im using Avenue) I will have multiple galleries of different projects in an index page. I would like to be able to have links to filter the portfolio content. I know I can create Catergories for images within a gallery, and filter within that gallery... is there a way to filter across multiple galleries? I.e. I'd like to have categories like Branding | Website Design | Infographic Design | Marketing Collateral and then when say Infographic Design is clicked upon, only galleries that have an image with the Category Infographic Design will show up. Similar to what http://thefalconlab.com/ does.
  6. Is there a way to have a show all categories option inside the archives dropdown box, so that users can go back to viewing all blog articles after selecting a particular category. Also is there a way of displaying the selected category inside of the dropdown box. You can see the page I'm referring to here:https://www.planet-ia.com/blog
  7. Hi there! My website is fertha-s.squarespace.com My question is this: Is there a way to add an additional layer of product information that can be used to further filter out products of a specific category... I.e. If I click +shop women > Dresses I'd like users to be able to refine by colour, size and price. An example of what I mean can be found on the Ben Sherman website here - on the left hand side of the page. Essentially it's a tickbox that will filter down based on those 3 criteria. I've tried tagging products and then using the archive block BUT this method displays all results tagged with the colour blue (for example) rather than specifically blue dresses... I'm stuck here and this feature is integral to the user journey. Any help for ideas? Rob.
  8. Hey all, I'm having a hard time getting a section of code to work properly for Internet Explorer 11. Here is the code below: #collection-553955fce4b0147a4ad80062 .sqs-block.image-block { -webkit-filter: grayscale(100%); -moz-filter: grayscale(100%); -ms-filter: grayscale(100%); -o-filter: grayscale(100%); filter: grayscale(100%); } #collection-553955fce4b0147a4ad80062 .sqs-block.image-block:hover { -webkit-filter: grayscale(0%); -moz-filter: grayscale(0%); -ms-filter: grayscale(0%); -o-filter: grayscale(0%); filter: grayscale(0%); } What I'm trying to do is target a specific area of the page to have the pics show in black and white, but then change to color when you hover over them. It works just fine when I pull the page up in Google Chome but not with Internet Explorer 11. Anyone have a suggestion?
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