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Using custom code to change block stacking layout on mobile

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I have a social links block on my website's homepage, and I'd like to add a link to my Clubhouse club, but Squarespace unfortunately doesn't yet included Clubhouse in its list of social media icons that can appear in a social link block. So I instead manually created an image block with a Clubhouse icon that was the same size and placed it directly next to the other links. It looks great when I view my website on my computer, but it looks like a mistake on mobile devices, since the image block automatically gets moved to the next line. I've attached a screen grab from my iPhone so you can see what I'm seeing on my end. Can anyone please advise me on some custom code I can insert to ensure that the image block remains stacked to the right of the social link block, even on mobile devices?



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Hi. Add to Design > Custom CSS

/* Clubhouse icon */
@media screen and (max-width:767px) {
div#block-1c5c21cc2020966f7029+.row .span-4>.row>.span-3 {
    float: left !important;
    width: 70% !important;
div#block-1c5c21cc2020966f7029+.row .span-4>.row>.span-1 {
    width: 22% !important;
    float: left !important;


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