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How to use different site headers on different pages on 7.1?

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Hi! I'm very new with Squarespace and I have found it quite easier to work with 7.1 version. I have a personal blog, I have built a home page, and the blog separately. I would really like to use to a different (or at least a different logo) on the blog page and each blog post. Is there a possibility of doing it with CSS? I'm not code-savvy at all, so I'd appreciate anyone's help. 

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With Logo, you can use custom CSS or jQuery/JavaScript to change logo

With Navigation, you can put all items to Main Navigation, then use CSS to hide homepage items on Blog page/post, and hide blog items on Homepage

If you can share link to homepage and blog page/post, we can take a look.


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Thanks so much for the answer! The new site isn't up yet, I'm working on it and I'll have to transfer the domain, so I guess I can't share the link?

Could you give me the CSS that you would use for this? I think only changing the logo image for the blog and posts would be great.

Thank you very much for the help

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See my signature to know share url.

If you can't share url, difficult to give exactly code, and you won't even get an answer

To change Logo, i always use this code

<script>
  $(".scrollNav img").attr("src", "https://beaverhero.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/trees-3464777_640-min.jpg")
</script>

 

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