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    When you create a new block it's assigned it own...

    When you create a new block it's assigned it own unique HTML I.D that you can then target via CSS. So to find this out, go into 'Block Editor' > 'Properties' and scroll down to 'Variable for HTML' -...
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    Hi Tom, This depends on how your template is...

    Hi Tom,

    This depends on how your template is set-up or more specifically the width it is set to, so in order to have full-width sections on your website your template will need to be set globally...
  3. Lol no worries, nice easy one to be fair!!:cool:

    Lol no worries, nice easy one to be fair!!:cool:
  4. This will be the line here that turns off the...

    This will be the line here that turns off the columns once the screen width falls below 1024 pixels:



    #left, #right {display: none;}


    Either simply delete it or wrap it in comment tags so...
  5. Maybe raise the issue with support via a...

    Maybe raise the issue with support via a call/email as that definitely doesn't sound right!!:confused:
  6. With reference to the above, I came across this...

    With reference to the above, I came across this site today which handles it in the manner I suggested which IMO gives a the user a really good UX (especially as it keeps the other thumbnails below...
  7. No Worries - glad it's working!!:cool: In...

    No Worries - glad it's working!!:cool:



    In theory yes, but unlike the above which is one instance on one page, it would take a lot of faffing around to achieve and maintain. If you REALLY want...
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    If you've got a live example you can post/PM a...

    If you've got a live example you can post/PM a link to I'll happily take a look...

    Mike
  9. Opps - forgot to wrap the code in script tags -...

    Opps - forgot to wrap the code in script tags - updated below...



    <script>
    $(document).ready(function() {
    $('<tr><td></td><td style="font-size: 12px; color: #F45E2D;"><i>Used to provide...
  10. OK give this a try - go into 'Template Editor'...

    OK give this a try - go into 'Template Editor' and under the 'Pages' tab scroll down to 'Closing body' - now paste the following code in this section:



    $(document).ready(function() {
    ...
  11. I've just had a look, but noticed you've now...

    I've just had a look, but noticed you've now since removed this field. If you add it again and this time leave out the orange text so it just reads: Mobile (Optional): and I'll take a look for you......
  12. This is the updated code with the amendment...

    This is the updated code with the amendment included for 'No stock':



    <!-- Show NDD Countdown -->

    <script>
    $(document).ready(function() {
    setInterval(function() {
    var now =...
  13. You could add a few lines to the code that looks...

    You could add a few lines to the code that looks for the "No stock" text on the product page and then hides the countdown timer.



    if ($('span#availability2:contains("No stock")').length > 0) {...
  14. Hi, Thanks for posting the code!! It works...

    Hi,

    Thanks for posting the code!! It works great, but it would be nice if Bluepark could integrate a fully built-in, easily manageable system that takes into account bank holidays etc.
  15. Some of these I've requested before, but here...

    Some of these I've requested before, but here goes...


    Product page countdown timer:

    Example - 'Order within X hours XX minutes for next day delivery'

    Helps with purchase ...
  16. Thread: Site refresh

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    Looks great Michelle and LOVE the Bear...

    Looks great Michelle and LOVE the Bear illustrations!!:cool:
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    No worries Chris😎 Mike

    No worries Chris😎

    Mike
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    Try this Chris by adding the following into the...

    Try this Chris by adding the following into the CSS and if the gaps a bit too big, try replacing the 15px with 12px or 10px...


    td#product_details p br {
    display: block;
    content: '';
    margin:...
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    Hi Chris, Is this what you mean... 837

    Hi Chris,

    Is this what you mean...

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    Hi Chris, Could you post an example page link...

    Hi Chris,

    Could you post an example page link please and I'll take a look.

    Mike
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