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How do you target a specific row/ find the row's block id?

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Row has no id. You can add a spacer block above row, then target spacer block id, then use this code to target row #spacer-block-id + row { css code }  

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The easiest way to find the block number:

If you’re using Google Chrome, download this Squarespace Block Identifier extension for Chrome. This extension is designed to help you find the Block Identification Number of each Block on your Squarespace Site.

Open up the page with the block you want to identify, click on the Identifier Tool in your Chrome Extensions and it will instantly reveal the Block Identification Numbers (which will be something like #block-53c818fd6d3f39517aed or #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1556302617094_72323)

Click on the Block you want to use and it will automatically copy the Block number for you!

If you don’t use Google Chrome:

Firstly, I recommend downloading it even if it’s just to use this extension, it will save you a bunch of time.

Otherwise, you can right click on the block and then click Inspect. Somewhere in the code for that certain object it will say ID=block etc. Though there are a lot of “ID’s” so make sure you look for the correct one, it needs to start with block.

TIP: Make sure the Block number starts with Block. If it starts with anything else, it’s not the correct ID.

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Hey thanks for the help!

I can find the block identifiers for the individual boxes, pages, and collections, but not one that represents an entire row. All of the rows seem to only be yui. Is a row identified differently?

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