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Site URL: https://jumberlin.com

Hello,

I recently added the following CSS to the 'Page Header Code Injection' for my website's homepage (www.jumberlin.com/landing):

<style type="text/css">
.Header-inner, 
.tweak-mobile-bar-top-fixed .Mobile-bar--top,
.sqs-announcement-bar-custom-location {
   display: none!important;
} </style>

That was because the page itself is intended to direct the visitor to the various areas of my site with buttons, so the heading - with nav bar - was redundant.

However, since I have added the code to that page only, the navigation bar on all other pages now fails to load, unless I subsequently refresh the page after the initial load. The attached images are an example where, having clicked through to view a gallery from my homepage, the site title and nav bar fails to load. After refreshing the page, it does load.

Can anyone help?!

Many thanks,

Jack

 

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That's because you are using a template that supports Ajax Page Loading. If this is enabled, you shouldn't add code to the Page Header Code Injection as it won't be loaded. I explain about this here: Why does Squarespace code only work on refresh?

Instead of using the header, add it to a Code Block on the page instead. Or, better still, add it to the Custom CSS panel, removing the style tags and prefixing each selector with the landing page's ID (#collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733) like this:

#collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733 .Header-inner,  #collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733 .tweak-mobile-bar-top-fixed .Mobile-bar--top, .sqs-announcement-bar-custom-location {
  display: none!important;
}

 

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1 hour ago, paul2009 said:

That's because you are using a template that supports Ajax Page Loading. If this is enabled, you shouldn't add code to the Page Header Code Injection as it won't be loaded. I explain about this here: Why does Squarespace code only work on refresh?

Instead of using the header, add it to a Code Block on the page instead. Or, better still, add it to the Custom CSS panel, removing the style tags and prefixing each selector with the landing page's ID (#collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733) like this:

#collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733 .Header-inner,  #collection-6141f6e3215bcf7bf24d7733 .tweak-mobile-bar-top-fixed .Mobile-bar--top, .sqs-announcement-bar-custom-location {
  display: none!important;
}

 

Thank you for this - the code injection was definitely a case of finding some code on the forums and hoping it worked.

How do I find the correct collection ID for my landing page? (Or have you included the correct one?)

Many thanks,

Jack

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13 minutes ago, jumberlin said:

Thank you for this - the code injection was definitely a case of finding some code on the forums and hoping it worked.

How do I find the correct collection ID for my landing page? (Or have you included the correct one?)

Many thanks,

Jack

Just tried it and it works a treat - thank you very much!

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