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  1. Why did Squarespace do away with the ability to create Cover Pages in 7.1?? This was the dumbest move. Now we're stuck with ugly Lock screens waiting for a password. Or creating virtually a normal page but having the menu show. What's the point? this is stupid.
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  2. The cart pill that normally takes up very little space in the lower corner, now fills the page, covering the entirety of the screen, preventing anyone from reaching any of the controls or buttons. It's because of a combination of the CSS you've added and the CSS that is built into the Commerce styles.
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  3. This code in the header via code injection allowed me to remove the link tag. I'm not sure if it'll be effective with Google's scraping of the site. I guess that will depend on whether they run scripts with their bots in the same way a loading browser does. But beyond that, can you think of anything wrong with this code? <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $("link[rel='alternate'][title='RSS Feed']").remove(); </script>
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  4. The same way unfortunately; through a Customer Care ticket.
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  5. A brief word of caution. The code above will only ‘hide’ these items, not remove them from public view. Searches will still reveal them. This may not be an issue for you, but I thought it should be mentioned.
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  6. You'll need to set a breakpoint at whatever stage the layout breaks (looks like roughly 1400px wide) At that breakpoint you should target the collection id to restrict the rule to one page and then for the columns that are 4 wide to span 100% of the available width. @media only screen and (max-width:1400px) { #collection-5cda8559cb2c42000142030b section#le-conseil-1 .sqs-col-4 { width: 100% !important; } }
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  7. .eventlist-cats {display:none} This might be an answer to a different question. Events vs products.
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  8. Hi @fantasiummedia, I’ve updated my blog post so it should now work on your website. You will just need to replace the code that goes in the code injector footer.
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  9. I do exactly what ThompsonWeb Design mentioned. When someone purchases my course, I have a Squarespace Campaigns automated email set up to send out instructions on accessing the course.
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  10. Yes and no. You could upload a PDF that they download called instructions and on that PDF you have the Dropbox link that they can click on. Its a bit of a hassle but unless you want to start messing around with automated email campaigns in Squarespace it’s the only solution that I can think of.
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  11. Why are we not able to export our digital products to a .csv file? Why are we not able to accept Apple Pay for digital goods? Am I missing something? Seems like these features should be available.
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