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amainguy

Is there a way to inject custom code to a calendar block event page?

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Hi everyone, I need some advice on how to change aspects of the calendar block's event listings. Once you click on a calendar event and are taken to that event page listing (where the title and description of that event is), there is no padding between the top of that event title and my navigation header.

I have used custom css to add padding and a sticky nav bar to the top of my page, and need to add padding in between where the calendar event title is and the bottom of the nav bar. Is it possible to change event listings themselves? Or is there no way to do this?

See what I mean here:

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This issue is indeed caused by the CSS you have added to the site to try to create a fixed nav bar. It's incomplete and doesn't take account of the effect it has on the page canvas. The first step is to remove this so that the site works properly, then build a more comprehensive (ie working) solution for a fixed header.

BrandonW has provided a great introduction to the issues of doing this on a Brine template like yours: https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/135243/prevent-the-navigation-bar-from-disappearing.html


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I am a Squarespace Expert and Squarespace Circle Leader with a
strong reputation on the Squarespace Forum. I'm trusted by thousands of Squarespace users worldwide, including designers, freelancers, business owners and agencies. My extensions add capabilities to Squarespace websites around the globe. They include the Enquiry Form ExtensionDatepicker Extension and Age Verification ExtensionNeed a custom Squarespace extension? Tell me about the functionality you need. Note that some links in my posts may be affiliate links. Book a Squarespace Expert when you need help.

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