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Site URL: https://www.bradleyvirshup.com Hello! I just switched to using the "Om" template and am trying to figure out how I can have the subtitle on my website display beneath the header while remaining left-justified? Currently, as you can see in the attached image, if my header is left-justified the subtitle appears at the top center of the page. The only way I can get it to appear beneath the header is if I center justify my titles, but can't figure out how to do it with them both left justified. Basically, I want the "director of photography" text to appear beneath my name. I tried to talk to squarespace support and they told me I'd probably have to do it with code, which I have no clue how to do. Any ideas??
I'm using the Rover template. There is an option to change the background color of the Title, but not the Subtitle. Any way to do this?
Hello, My site uses the Om template. In Site Styles > Options > Header Subtitle, I have selected "None." However, in Google search results for my site, I see the site title as the main link, then underneath are the words "Street Address. City, State, Zip. Phone Number. Your Custom Text Here ..." Why are these items showing up when I have not selected those options for my header subtitle? Is there a way to remove these items from the site/and therefore Google, so the site has a cleaner look in search results? Thanks so much!
I've seen many questions on how to hide a subtitle but I'm wondering how to have the subtitle visible on mobile. The subtitle is essential to the page to summarise our various services. Unfortunately customer service could only tell me that the template was designed to hide the subtitle on mobile and to try css? Site is 99% done, unfortunately we only noticed the subtitle missing from mobile view way down the line so we cannot change the template at this point. Using Miller template.