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Site URL: https://vanilla-moose-taee.squarespace.com/config/

Hi All,

The background image of my 'Contact' page is a gradient white blue colour, but when the page loads first, it has a one second flash of orange (which is part of my palette). Is there any way to get rid of the flash of orange?

Also the footer of my page, it should be a blue colour, but the full colour doesn't bleed to the end of the page, again there's that orange colour. Can anyone please help?

 

Thanks in advance

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@Gellybean Your site is private so I couldn't view it to see the issue. To share it with forum users you'll need to set a public password and share it with us.

That said, there's currently an issue that prevents users previewing Custom CSS when logged on to their site. If you've used CSS, this temporary bug could be the cause of your issue. See:

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