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41 minutes ago, MorganGrip said:

dividers between header and content on every blog post page

What type of dividers?

Can you share your website URL and a description of what you want your blog pages to look like?

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The site is not yet published. I have attached two print screens. The first on "Om Jessica" shows how it looks on every page and this is how i want it on every blog post. The second image is how it looks right now on a blog post.

Dividers are in a section.

Skärmavbild 2023-07-28 kl. 17.18.15.png

Skärmavbild 2023-07-28 kl. 17.17.59.png

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13 minutes ago, MorganGrip said:

The site is not yet published.

If you add a site wide password you can share your website before it's published.

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You can try adding this to Post Blog Item Code Injection in the blog Advanced settings:

<style>
article div.section-background::before {
  content:'';
  display:block;
  position:absolute;
  top:0;
  width:100%;
  height:160px;
  background-size:cover;
  background-position:center bottom;
  background-image:url('https://static1.squarespace.com/static/62fde5927eb87138fc78f3b9/t/64c3e3a8d21edc3b4f71bbea/1690559400796/Skarmavbild2023-07-28kl_17_18_15.thumb.png.9f4ad08cffc858b374875d6d76ab11a8.png');
}
</style>

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You can add a code block to get the effect but it would have to be added to every post. When you add it delete the <p> hello world<p>  and just add the code as Ziggy posted it, all of it.  You can see it on my test site: password is "takealook" 

https://reindeer-chihuahua-388s.squarespace.com/blog/classic-dill-pwfr2

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14 hours ago, derricksrandomviews said:

You can add a code block to get the effect but it would have to be added to every post. When you add it delete the <p> hello world<p>  and just add the code as Ziggy posted it, all of it.  You can see it on my test site: password is "takealook" 

https://reindeer-chihuahua-388s.squarespace.com/blog/classic-dill-pwfr2

Okay, thanks. To tell the non techy web owner/blogger to ad a code block to every blog post she writes, will not be a workeable solution.

Sorry to here that this seem to be impossible without maybe upgrading the Squarespace plan.

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17 hours ago, Ziggy said:

You can try adding this to Post Blog Item Code Injection in the blog Advanced settings:

<style>
article div.section-background::before {
  content:'';
  display:block;
  position:absolute;
  top:0;
  width:100%;
  height:160px;
  background-size:cover;
  background-position:center bottom;
  background-image:url('https://static1.squarespace.com/static/62fde5927eb87138fc78f3b9/t/64c3e3a8d21edc3b4f71bbea/1690559400796/Skarmavbild2023-07-28kl_17_18_15.thumb.png.9f4ad08cffc858b374875d6d76ab11a8.png');
}
</style>

Thanks! I have upgraded to a business account and tried that and it works, kind of. Do you know if there is anyway to call the section with the divider? Instead of using an image.

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