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Hello everyone! 

I am attempting to create a zoom effect on an image when the cursor hovers over it. I have actually implemented this in another website, but the same code is not working for the website I am currently customizing. This is the code I am trying to use (for one image block):

 

#block-023806cef06d554ac6aa
{img:hover {transform: scale(1.1); transition: .4s;}}

 

Site url: www.lexiezookphotoandfilm.com

Site PW: lexiezook

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Try this Custom CSS:

section[data-section-id="63bc7fa08038f94d60e06901"] {
  .sqs-block-image img {
    transform: scale(1);
    transition: 400ms;
    overflow:hidden !important;
  }
  .sqs-block-image:hover img {
     transform: scale(1.1); 
     transition: 400ms; 
  }
}

It will apply to the section. You can replace the section with the block if you only want the one image.

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@Ziggy Just to follow up on this, I tried using that code and just pasting the block instead of the section and for some reason it doesn't work. It works when it is for the entire section, but not just one singular block. Am I missing something? Here's what I'm using:

 

#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1673622042756_4999 {
  .sqs-block-image img {
    transform: scale(1);
    transition: 400ms;
    overflow:hidden !important;
  }
  .sqs-block-image:hover img {
     transform: scale(1.1); 
     transition: 400ms; 
  }
}

 

 

Any ideas?

 

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@Ziggy So is it just the regular block ID with .fe-block- in front? Or is it an entirely different block ID number? Example: if the block ID is #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1673622042756_4999  could I just use:

.fe-block-yui_3_17_2_1_1673622042756_4999

?

I usually use the Squarespace ID finder, but I also tried manually inspecting the element and couldn't find anything beginning with .fe-block-

The last time I used CSS to target a specific block was before fluid engine existed, so I must be missing something! LOL.

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11 hours ago, oneoakbrands said:

So is it just the regular block ID with .fe-block- in front?

Yes, it is, as you can see here:

image.thumb.png.56f86108f9746e0e90677e8d4e8ebb39.png

The FE-BLOCK ID is one order higher than the "regular" block ID.

Please like and upvote if my comments were useful to you. Thanks!

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