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  1. Hi Christian - I found a way to make smooth scrolling work on my 7.1 website. It's still in construction and can't share but here' s how I achived it. This works in all browsers including mobile. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Insert this code in the HEADER CODE INJECTION <script src="https://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.1.3.min.js"></script> <script src="https://unpkg.com/smoothscroll-polyfill/dist/smoothscroll.min.js"></script> <script src="https://unpkg.com/smoo
    2 points
  2. Hello, I am using the corrigan template and am trying to use folders to make a more practical menu. I have read some other blog posts about how to link a folder to a page and not make the page appear in the dropdown box but none of it is working. How can I make a folder a page/link to a page? Thank you for any help!!
    1 point
  3. @EllieC: You mentioned that you do not have an account that allows adding custom code. Therefore you cannot add it via a code block either. That is why I mentioned the Markdown block (not the code block).
    1 point
  4. cp404

    Switching from 7.1 to 7.0

    L_C - for what it's worth, I was having the exact same issue you described; could not for the life of me figure out how to get, e.g., an "embed" block in 7.1. I think that if I hadn't found your post I would have given up and gone with a 7.0 template, and would have been quite frustrated :) Thanks paul2009 for posting that video; I'd spent at least an hour trying to figure out how to get that menu up and had never realized you could click on those circle thingies. Much appreciated.
    1 point
  5. Forgot your question. With Personal Plan Add this to Code Block <div class="accordion"> <input id="toggle1" type="radio" class="accordion-toggle" name="toggle" /> <label for="toggle1">Accordion Title 1</label> <section> <p> Bacon ipsum dolor sit amet beef venison beef ribs kielbasa. Sausage pig leberkas, t-bone sirloin shoulder bresaola. Frankfurter rump porchetta ham. Pork belly prosciutto brisket meatloaf short ribs. </p> <p> Brisket meatball turkey short loin boudin leberkas meatloaf chuck andouille pork
    1 point
  6. Hi @LyraP Try adding this using a Code Block instead: <iframe src="https://fbpage.digitalpour.com/?companyID=5db1af1a352726074c624780&locationID=1" style="width:100%;max-width:750px;height:2650px"></iframe>
    1 point
  7. paul2009

    Which template is this?

    This is the Avenue template.
    1 point
  8. Clear your cache and refresh perhaps?
    1 point
  9. h1.BlogItem-title { font-family: tuan; }
    1 point
  10. It needs some custom code. If you share link to your site, I can take a look.
    1 point
  11. Thanks. An even better option would be for Square space to listen to their users and understand not all of them live in the USA. I pay a significant amount of money every month and expect that the service caters to my geographic area.
    1 point
  12. I'm from europe and wondering why I have to use the weird american date format. If squarespace heavily advertises in europe, I'd think they'd cater to our date-format needs too. I'm a bit disappointed at this. It's one of these things that makes me feel not being taken seriously as a user. In a blog index I'd like to be able to show/hide dates in general, but also customize the format of the dates. I hope anyone who reads this can fix this, for all of us non-north-americans - aka the rest of the world. Cheers.
    1 point
  13. Hi @NuprinBoy. You understood correctly. You can control which galleries get descriptions by sending a CSS selector to the function. In your case, try this: In the first line of code in the function replace addGalleryItemDescriptions(); with: addGalleryItemDescriptions(".gallery-lightbox"); If that doesn't work, provide a link to the site/page in question and I'll take a look. -Brandon
    1 point
  14. If you don’t deliver anything it may be better to set up your products as services instead of physical products. This way your customers won’t have to enter a delivery address at checkout and the delivery section won’t appear in the automated emails. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206540867-Service-products
    1 point
  15. Thank you for replying Tiana. I ended up contacting customer service and they helped me figure that out. Works great! Annoying that it does not delete automatically and is an extra step, but at least I figured it out.
    1 point
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