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Hi there, I'm looking to add a range of custom brushstrokes to highlight different sections of text. Is there a way I can add these into a text block and move it to where I'd like it using css? Or would I have to place them in another way? I've attached an example of what I'm looking for. Any help would be amazing and really appreciated! Thanks!
Hi Guys, My client is using a Gallery collection page, for his videos. He wants to add some rollover effects - highlights or scaling on the videos. The Gallery collection is added to an Index page on the Tremont template as a Gallery block. Is this possible? Thanks Krishna
Hey guys, I love how genius your forum is. I'm a self-taught programmer and I'm getting my ass kicked on highlighted text. It seems like its ubiquitous on the web to have this colorfut text blocks but the css is driving me nuts. I wanted to make my website look like this uber-cool one from tamsen webster: https://tamsenwebster.com/ (totally whispered that idea). It has super-perfect css which resizes perfectly. But all I got was this hacked version which you can see live in all its dorky glory at deliveringcures4cancer.org (btw nonprofit client is kickass, I'm the dork :) using two separate code blocks on the main page: <H2 style="background: #ff69b4; padding-left: 0.5em; box-shadow: 0 0 10px 10px #fff"> We fast-track</H2> <H2 style="background: #ff69b4; padding-left: 0.5em; box-shadow: 0 0 10px 10px #fff"> cures for cancer.</H2> And it resizes really weird because they are two different text blocks. If I put them together then I can't get a gap to show between the lines of text. Please whisper some ideas to me is there a way to do this with custom css code and H2 text that I'm missing??? Thanks, Drea