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How to make a single section full-bleed (SQSP 7.1)


Hyphae

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Hello,

I am losing my mind trying to create a split layout header design like this:

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My strategy was to create a section with a text block and an image block side by side, then to target the specific section and make the content full-bleed through custom CSS removing the padding. The problem is that the div to which the padding is associated has a "yui" id which changes at every page reload, so I do not know which selector to use to make this all happen. I can get the desired effect by removing the side padding from the .content-wrapper class, but that obv applies to the whole page which is not what I am after.....

 😞 Help pls, been stuck on this for a while.

 

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You can use #block-yui of the element standing above it, so your code should look like this

#block-yui + .current-class {your css} 

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Thanks everyone for the replies. I eventually gave up n this as the project timeline didn't allow me to keep spending time trying to make it work.

I confess I am astonished by how unusable 7.1 feels.... It's crazy to me that they removed the ability to duplicate a content block within a page, it makes styling of things much more labour intensive. And generally it's really hard to design and build a custom layout that clients can actually manage.... so depressing

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