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Hey all! So I've got a weird issue on my site. You can find it at the root index: https://hisnameisjoel.com. I have a Cover Page that has its menu alignment below the main header text, aligned at the bottom. The class is  

sqs-slice-group bottom-full-width

When the vertical resolution drops to less than 600px tall (either on older devices like iphone 7, or when turning a phone screen horizontal, also shows up when setting resolution manually in developer tools) the navigation suddenly jumps to the top of the screen and is now covering over the header text, with the nav buttons intersecting the title and making a mess. I've noticed that the class changes to:

sqs-slice-group

dropping the bottom-full-width class.

Is there a way I can force the cover page navigation elements to always keep the bottom-full-width even on lower vertical resolutions? Normally I wouldn't say this is much of an issue but it does show up on my wife's iphone and when rotating the phone horizontal so want to make sure it stays correct if at all possible. I know some basic CSS but I don't know how to force squarespace not to change a class.

Any help you can give is appreciated. Thank you!

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12 hours ago, joelgerlach said:

Hey all! So I've got a weird issue on my site. You can find it at the root index: https://hisnameisjoel.com. I have a Cover Page that has its menu alignment below the main header text, aligned at the bottom. The class is  

sqs-slice-group bottom-full-width

When the vertical resolution drops to less than 600px tall (either on older devices like iphone 7, or when turning a phone screen horizontal, also shows up when setting resolution manually in developer tools) the navigation suddenly jumps to the top of the screen and is now covering over the header text, with the nav buttons intersecting the title and making a mess. I've noticed that the class changes to:

sqs-slice-group

dropping the bottom-full-width class.

Is there a way I can force the cover page navigation elements to always keep the bottom-full-width even on lower vertical resolutions? Normally I wouldn't say this is much of an issue but it does show up on my wife's iphone and when rotating the phone horizontal so want to make sure it stays correct if at all possible. I know some basic CSS but I don't know how to force squarespace not to change a class.

Any help you can give is appreciated. Thank you!

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Do you mean changing layout on mobile display with the horizon mobile?

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Yeah, it does that on horizontal angles as well as thin and narrow ones. Do you know how to disable that class from changing?

On 11/26/2022 at 12:23 AM, Beyondspace said:

Do you mean changing layout on mobile display with the horizon mobile?

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? As you can see the navigation jumps to the top of the page for some reason

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