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Customizing/Enlarging Arrow ( > ) on Paloma Template

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Try something like this in Design > Custom CSS:

.icon .caret-right-icon--small, .icon .caret-left-icon--small {
  width: 36px;
  height: 64px;
}

 

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awesome thank you - i will give that a shot, though i am frightened by this: Warning: Adding custom CSS to your site can break your design. Please use caution when using this feature. Our support team will be limited in their ability to help you with design related issues if you have custom CSS.

LOL - oh paranoia...

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They're right @TangoeCulture and it's something I've written about before. Adding code to your site can be risky if (a) you don't understand what it does and (b) you haven't obtained it from a reputable source. Code can contain malware and place a website at risk. It's always a good idea to contact a reputable Developer. Note too that if you ever contact Squarespace for support, they will usually ask you to remove custom code whilst they troubleshoot it.

The three lines won't cause you any issues because they are only changing the height and width of the left and right carets ("arrows"). Removing the code will completely undo the change. 🙂 

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