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Site URL: http://www.timthorn.com Hi, I'm a newb here so apologies if this is a dumb question. I did search and could not find a similar question answered. After a user has signed up on my email list I display a post-submit message, but the text is left justified and I would like it to be center-justified. I couldn't see how to do this via the regular squarespace interface, and squarespace support have confirmed that I would need to use custom HTML per https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813888-Advanced-Form-Block-options#toc-add-post-submit-html However, I know almost nothing about HTML. Could some kind sage person show me an example of how I would do this?
Site URL: https://www.kurtischen.ca Hello all! Just having a weird situation on a Squarespace 7.1 site where hyperlinked text does not justify left as the rest of a paragraph does. Hyperlinks are pushed right by what appears to be a single space relative to other left-justified text. Screenshot attached. I've been able to easily replicate the issue by making any body of text with a hyperlink that happens to fall on a new line. Any ideas of fixing this with code?
Any custom CSS for decreasing the word spacing between items in the navigation? I like the typeface I'm using for it (source code pro), but some navigation items have two words and they're so far apart they look like seperate links. I switched my body text font for the same reason. If that's something that can be globally adjusted in CSS I'd like to do that as well. I'm running on a personal plan, site is under construction [hence the lack of link].
Site URL: https://rabbit-indigo-e9dr.squarespace.com/config/design/custom-css Hi! I'm trying to build out a prototype for a client in squarespace, and have struggled a bit with custom CSS (total novice). I've attached a PDF of my desired layout (build in InDesign [shame on me]) as well as a screenshot of the resulting index page within the Bedford template. My question is: Can I set banner text as H1, H2, H3 with CSS? If so - any ideas re: the code I would need to add? I'd love for the top to be left justified, large and orange; The second to be left justified, smaller, blue, with enough padding to clear the woman's face and the third to be centered and white Any suggestions outside of custom CSS that you think would help? Maybe posters or collages? Super specific and annoying, but figured it couldn't hurt to ask. Appreciate any and all direction you may be able to offer as I am absolutely at a loss on this!