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Squarespace replied to my inquiry with the following, "You can also ask for the snippet code on the Squarespace forum from our Circle members. They are likely to provide the code for you to correct the font issue in question, if you want to use custom code to resolve it, even if using it would be at your own risk, so to speak."

Can anyone provide that code for creating a space before a word begins so that "films" and "commercials" can be seen clearly on mobile without the F being cutoff.

I'd also love it if there was a code to make the tagline go below my website title "scott drucker" on mobile only so that way it's not cut off entirely and it shows up on my mobile design as well. And so that on mobile only, the film's title and description fonts are much much smaller so that they are easier to read and appear bottom left the way I have it in my settings. . .but one thing at a time. Just worried about the f in films right now.

Thanks! 

Scott

www.scottdrucker.com

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Thanks so much for this. The director/dp is now below my name which is so helpful. But the f is still cut off for me. I can live with it though. I'm wondering if it depends on the phone model? Maybe your phone has just a slightly wider screen and therefore it doesn't get cut off? Like I said, if there's not a fix for it, no worries, I'll just live with it being cut off on mobile. 

Also wondering if you could help with the following (and happy to leave you a tip on your website for your help):

4. The titles and video descriptions on the films and cinematography pages are so big that it's cluttered and you can't tell what's going on (and yet pretty small IMO on desktop). They are also not on the bottom left on mobile like I have set in the site design. Not sure why they're all center-punched on mobile. It would be great to get that much smaller and in the left hand corner as well like the desktop. . .without have the fonts super small on desktop. Here's a sample:

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With F, try adding this to Design > Custom CSS

/* f cut off */
@media screen and (max-width:640px) {
span.collection-nav-item-span {
    display: block !important;
}
.collection-nav-desc-wrapper.show {
    width: 100% !important;
    left: 0 !important;
}
.index-gallery-wrapper {
    margin-left: 15vw !important;
    overflow: visible !important;
}
}

With text position, try this CSS

@media screen and (max-width:640px) {
.image-title-desc * {
    font-size: 10px !important;
}
.image-title-desc {
    bottom: 10px !important;
    margin-left: 5vw !important;
}
}

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This is all great! Thank you @tuanphan The F is still being cut off on both of my phones, and I'll report that to squarespace since that is definitely a bug on their end if you've tried two different custom codes for it. For now, I will live with it. 

If you can create some new code for this issue, that would be amazing! Unfortunately it's still playing the video if you click anywhere on the screen:

 

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