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  1. The website is https://www.marylucier.net/, and the page I need help with is https://www.marylucier.net/installations. Does anyone know how to remove any and all types of transitions for slideshow image galleries? I have fade has my default transition, but I really don't need a transition in the image gallery. I have tried: .slide { visibility: visible !important; -webkit-transition: opacity 0s ease-in-out; -moz-transition: opacity 0s ease-in-out; -o-transition: opacity 0s ease-in-out; transition: opacity 0s ease-in-out; } but the fade was still there, so I took it out. I also implemented: .slide {; opacity: 1 !important;; } This removes the fade, but there is still a delay between the images. Therefore, when I click from one image to the next, the previous image lingers in the background for a second after the new image comes up. Does anyone know how to remove this delay? It's not noticeable with images that are the same size, but for images that are different sizes it looks incredibly strange. Thanks in advance!
  2. I want to speed up the fade transitions between images in a typical gallery, faster than what's available as a preset. How do I do this? This link, with its javascript hack, I found helpful for cover pages, where I could really tweak the transition to the millisecond: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/55637/how-can-i-change-the-speed-of-a-cover-page-slide-show Anything similar for regular galleries? Thanks.
  3. I have an existing, active domain on a different hosting platform that I would like to transfer to a new website I have built on Squarespace. I have been reading about the transition period which the Help page suggests might take 15 or so days to complete. I am wondering if there will be any interruption to my existing domain/website during this transition period-- i.e. Will my existing website be down during this transition period? I would assume not as that would make any transition very difficult because company's (including ourselves) cannot afford such downtime for their website. I am assuming the answer to this is no but wanted to confirm before I initiate the transfer. Any insight from someone who has transferred an active domain to Squarespace would be helpful! Thanks,Matthew
  4. Hello, I'm using Bedford template, and was able to remove the transition with this script: <style> .sqs-active-slide { opacity: 1 !important; } </style> However, on mobile, the title and description still disappear between images. Here's the link: https://www.melinaromano.com.br/ Can anyone help?
  5. Hi there, I'd like to add a background to my website that is similar to this example: https://www.ginlane.com/ I've managed to work out how to just add a background color gradient, but it isn't quite the effect I'm after and I'd more so like to add a gradient/color change that activates on scroll. As I will be using colors that don't necessarily gradate (as per the example above), I'm wondering if instead of looking for a gradient option I should be looking for an option that would offer a smooth transition between background colors instead? I'm using the Mentor template, which is in the Brine family. Any help or suggestions are greatly appreciated! Thanks, Jessica
  6. Hi guys, I'm trying to get a smooth hover effect over my linked images. My website is www.mensthetics.com, and if you hover over my images you can see how abrupt the opacity change is. I've pasted this code that I found somewhere to achieve that: a:link img { opacity: 1.0; filter: alpha(opacity=100); /* For IE8 and earlier */ } a:hover img { opacity: 0.8; filter: alpha(opacity=80); /* For IE8 and earlier */ } I'm trying to achieve something more similar to http://www.muscleforlife.com/ PS. Also, if there is a way to get the same gradual/fade color change effect for my links that would also be much appreciated!
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