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  1. Over the past 18 months we have been able to save our small business by having a beautiful online store with Squarespace. We had people buy gift cards through their and we now have people order from all over the country. It's been a lifesaver - and while we use a different POS for in-store purchases with the Commerce app we have been able to quickly update any in-store purchases and get easy notifications for any purchases coming in from the website so we can pull inventory before it sells in-store. We have also been able to redeem the online gift cards through the app, which has allowed us to "use them" in-store. It's been really good. However, now with the Commerce app being removed, we can no longer use the online gift cards in store and we cannot get notifications to our phones and iPad when orders come in. We can only see them in email. In addition, I have an Android phone which won't even allow we to do sales with the app in-person and even though I just downloaded the new app I cannot even update inventory through it, as it crashes immediately if I try to do anything with the inventory. Heading into the holiday season, with COVID back on the rise, I am really concerned that taking away the Commerce app is going to negatively impact our already small business. Why is such a change being made when the new app clearly doesn't have the features that the current one has? Why are you taking away options for businesses at this time? In talking to a rep they told me I should have a computer ready in case someone wants to use an online gift card in store and they should have to put their entire order in that way instead of me being able to redeem it how I have been. How does this seem like a reasonable workaround for this - when there already was a system that worked? If anyone knows someone who has figured out a workaround please let me know. We need to find a way to make this work and I'm really frustrated that Squarespace has been non-responsive.
    3 points
  2. Hey! I'm working on a site and I played around the options (newest version of Squarespace) a lot. This uploaded the "dummy-images" on the site every time and now when browsing uploaded images it is hard to find the relevant pics. How do I manage the images uploaded to the site? I'd really like to remove all of the unused images. Screenshot from the media browser below.
    3 points
  3. Yes I discovered that anyone can sign in the hard way, creating a members area for survivors of assault to find that an abuser had become a member. So that was very quickly the end of that members area. In other words there is a safety issue fir other members if someone ‘off the street’ can simply join up.
    3 points
  4. That's outdated information. Google doesn’t have any issues with a page having multiple H1 tags. Multiple H1 tags are perfectly fine.
    3 points
  5. Folks please see Squarespace Status. Keeping in mind that you may see an issue before they have time to update the status site.
    3 points
  6. Same here! Working on a client website and decided to try Squarespace versus my Wordpress resource. Uploaded a ton of FPOS and went to clean out the image library and learned that you can't delete imported images. WTF? Who in the world thought this was a good idea? HUGE FAIL! Without that function I will never use SquareSpace for another client website again. This client now has a TON of images that will never be used.
    3 points
  7. After reviewing again your code, you could try again the following steps: Step 1. Javascript: Adding the div class ="language" in the header-inner, you can achieve it by changing one bit of your script in the code injection... from /*setup language switcher with flags*/ $('body').prepend('<div class="language"> to /*setup language switcher with flags*/ $('.header-inner').append('<div class="language"> Step2. Adding Design > Custom Css @media only screen and (min-width: 1024px) { .language { position: absolute; top: 50%; transform: translateY(-50%); } .header-nav-wrapper { padding-right: 100px; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 1023px) { .language { position: absolute; top: 50%; transform: translateY(-50%); padding-right: 50px; } } Hope it works for you!
    2 points
  8. Add the following Custom CSS: .empty-message { visibility: hidden; } .empty-message:before { visibility: visible; content: "Your custom empty cart message"; } Note that you'll need to save the CSS and then refresh the page to see the changes. If this post has helped you, please click an icon below ⬇️
    2 points
  9. Try this in Custom CSS: h2.list-item-content__title { font-family: 'Allenoire' !important; }
    2 points
  10. This looks like an A/B test by Squarespace. Only some users are seeing it. If you try visiting the templates page several times with an incognito window (closing it each time) it may appear. The button doesn't have a URL. 😢
    2 points
  11. paul2009

    Search Bar Not Working

    This is a fairly old thread, but as new users continue to discover this issue and then read this thread, I thought it would be helpful to confirm that this is still an ongoing issue today (September 2021). As Squarespace said in their response to @CarrieT's ticket: As fixing search is likely to involve a lot of engineering work, it's unlikely to be something that Squarespace can fix very quickly. You may not want to rely on the internal search feature, especially for the discovery of products on a site, as a valid search is likely to produce a "no results" answer when products exist. For product discoverability, it may be worth improving filtering and categorisation of products, rather than adding search. For example, allowing users to filter by 'size', 'colour', 'brand' and so on, in addition to product categories like 'Dresses'. Alternative search products include: Swiftype. This is one of the best available and is reassuringly expensive. Google Custom Search. This is free but difficult to style and includes Google branding.
    2 points
  12. How can i have an apppointment schedule to a day instead of a specific hour?
    2 points
  13. I know this is a year+ after the initial request but in case anyone else lands here like I did... I've found the easiest (and best-performing) way to do this on a 7.1 site is to hide the blog post title and recreate the title in the body of the post using a Heading 1. This gives you lots of flexibility to put an image, video, or any other block (or blocks) above the post title. Even columns! It also enables you to have a different title on the index page / summary blocks versus on the post page itself, should you want to do that. My experimentation with moving the title or image with JavaScript always had just enough "jump" to it on page load as to be undesirable. Using CSS and a little content duplication is rock-solid and hugely flexible. Add this to Custom CSS to get the effect on ALL blog post pages site-wide, preserving the ability to edit the title in Edit mode. This does not account for the categories, as that wasn't in my requirements. .blog-item-title { display: none; // show the "real" title when in Edit mode .is-expanded & { display: block; } } Hope that helps someone.
    2 points
  14. Thanks you for your kind words about my photography, Dave and creedon. If you're interested to see more, you can take a look at my portfolio* Here are the dystopian photos of Tokyo... https://adrianrydz.myportfolio.com And I also photographed really unique abandoned places in Japan in the last 12 months... https://adrianrydz.myportfolio.com/urbex *Hopefully it's not against the rules on forum.
    2 points
  15. I published a guide that may help: Split product titles onto two lines with Squarespace. If this post was helpful, please click an icon below ⬇️
    2 points
  16. Your previous approach is longer supported because Squarespace tightened up their security to filter out code from various locations, including the tagline. As your code is removed before the page is rendered, it no longer appears on the page. As an alternative, you can either: insert your HTML using Code Injection (Settings > Advanced > Code Injection) and modify the styling to position it absolutely where you want it to appear, or insert it into the correct position in the DOM using some JS.
    2 points
  17. @WillMyers has the answer and it's simple to implement (and works a treat - thanks Will):
    2 points
  18. Creedon, I guess I somehow didn't see your post! That worked great, thank you very much.
    2 points
  19. squarespace have an interesting way of laying out image thumbnails. It's to do with how they make the grids layout evenly and respect focus points on the image etc. for each grid item the image gets put in a zero height container which is then padded out by percentage to make sure that the image covers it. this percentage is really the ratio of the image. so in your (landscape) case that padding will be set to 66% (2/3). What you need to do is locate the pictures that you want and change that padding to 150% (3/2). How you select those is an interesting problem. It seems like you've laid them out in a particular way to try to get the vertical ones together, in which case you can use an nth-child selector to choose all the grid items after 27 (9 rows of 3 that are landscape). e.g. this uses the section id from your website by the way. you could just add this to your custom css to see it work straight away section[data-section-id="60eabd925ebba154a80c1cfe"] .list-grid .grid-item:nth-child(1n + 28) .grid-image-wrapper { padding-bottom:150%; } however, this is probably not an ideal solution as you'd need to change the rule if you ever added any portrait pictures before etc. Unfortunately squarespace put the ratio of the image on the img element and it's very hard to then change the parent based on an attribute of the child using only css. squarespace does however add classnames when you tag products so one solution might be to add a tag "portrait" to your portrait orientation products, you could then alter your rule to target those tagged portrait like this section[data-section-id="60eabd925ebba154a80c1cfe"] .list-grid .grid-item.tag-portrait .grid-image-wrapper { padding-bottom:150%; } you'd still have to remember to tag them as portrait though. I think this is a pretty good outcome If you really wanted it to "just work", then you'd have to add some javascript (premium feature) to go through the grid and workout whether they were portrait or not and apply the padding style (or a classname that referenced the padding style). e.g. if you were to add this to a code block on the page this would set up a class called portrait-fix that sorted out the padding, then loop through all the images and check their dimensions, applying the fix if it found a portrait one. <style> .portrait-fix { padding-bottom: 150% !important; } </style> <script> Array.from(document.querySelectorAll(".grid-item img")) .forEach(i => { const d=i.getAttribute("data-image-dimensions").split("x").map(d=>parseInt(d)); if (d[0]<d[1]) { i.parentElement.classList.add("portrait-fix"); } }); </script> you'd get a slightly odd look if you had one portrait one in a row with some landscape ones, but you haven't specified what you'd want to do there, so that might require a little more thought. I think the second option, of manually tagging them with their orientation is the best route personally. Hope it works! Guess I should have told you to hire me rather than just writing the answer out.... 🙂 Your pictures are lit, mate!
    2 points
  20. Thanks! Works a treat. Amazing. Very generous of you to assist. Thank you.
    2 points
  21. I agree, Squarespace do not follow security best practice for HSTS, but there is nothing you can do about the Squarespace settings. These are controlled by Squarespace and can only be changed if Squarespace choose to change them. If you require more secure settings then you'll need to host your DNS on a third party service that can act as a reverse proxy and enforce stricter SSL settings. For example, Cloudflare. For the benefit of anyone else who is reading this thread, HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) is a web security policy technology designed to help keep web servers secure against 'downgrade' attacks. HSTS causes browsers to strictly enforce web security practices and can prevent attackers redirecting visitors' browsers from your site to a different, lower security site that they control. The HSTS max-age parameter tells browsers how long to continue to enforce policy even if the site changes.
    2 points
  22. You used to be able to select multiple tags. This was removed in the Block Editor UI Update (discussed above) but was recently restored to allow you to select multiple tags:
    2 points
  23. I find it distracting when words are over images and it bothers me that the eyes are the face are obscured. Could you move the text to the right so the face is visible? Mary
    2 points
  24. Yup, you just really need to establish a scheduled routine for the flavours (assuming its nothing too arbitrary). A creative alternative can be going through google sheets where you can create a logic timetable that you can connect to gmail. It'll send an automatic email to your contacts if the logical sequence is achieved! Sounds a little complicated, an expert on google sheets can definitely do this for you. Hope this helps~
    2 points
  25. Thank you so much! This worked great.
    2 points
  26. Have you unchecked Let customers buy multiple service products in the checkout settings? This will prevent customers from buying more than one of any service product at a time. If this helps, please click "Like" below ⬇️
    2 points
  27. Looking at your site and the gif involved there's a couple of issues here. I don't think dropbox let you link directly to files any more and use them as a proxy web server. You'd be much better off loading the image up to squarespace and then using that image as @ghostplugins says. However, I think looking at the gif you're using, this won't get you what you want anyway. I think you mean for the asterisk itself to cycle through the colours. the code that you're trying to put in will fill the background. so you'll get a square gif flashing away but no asterisk (the asterisk gets made transparent by the css you've used). 🙂 EDIT! I didn't see the background-clip in the CSS, so if you just do what @ghostplugins said (which is my first point about dropbox not hosting files) it would work. however, the css animations below would work too because your GIF is just block colours. my bad! However, support for text background-clip can be a bit patchy (background-clip - CSS: Cascading Style Sheets | MDN (mozilla.org)), so leaving this here as a css animation alternative. 🙂 to get this effect you've got a number of options (use javascript, create a flashing asterisk gif etc), but I think the best is to use a css animation. doesn't require premium. Just replace the css you've been using with something like this @keyframes flashy-asterisk { 0% { color:red; } 32% { color:red; } 33% { color: blue; } 66% { color: blue; } 67% { color: green; } 100% { color: green; } } h1 strong { animation: flashy-asterisk 2s linear infinite; } the colours have been laid out like this to get it flashing like the gif, but if you removed the extra repeated stops (32% and 66%) then it would ease between the colours. the animation commands cycles between them infinitely over 2s. It starts and 0% and goes to 100% and then starts again at 0% looks like this Here's the css animations reference if you want to try different effects CSS Animations (w3schools.com)
    2 points
  28. Since you're focusing on trying to increase SEO and search visibility for flute brand queries, I'd suggest the following: Create a page for each brand you want to rank for, and optimize all the usual places for SEO - make sure the SEO title, description, page title, etc all include "[BRAND NAME] Flutes". Then at the top of the page, include a short chunk of keyword-optimized text introducing what makes that brand unique, what kind of flutes they offer, what kind of player they might be best suited for ... (I'm not a flute expert!) Then below that introductory brand-specific copy, add a Summary block, pulling from the product collection, and filtered using the brand tag just only display that brand. Then make sure that the default system tag archive pages are set to SEO noindex in the settings. These custom pages with some introductory text are much more likely to rank than the system-built tag archive. Hope this helps! Ed -- Blue Hills Digital Support with website optimization and finding a digital marketing strategy that works. Latest resource: Website Audit Checklist for 2021 [Template and 15-Step Guide]
    2 points
  29. I would add that codepens aren't written to be simply embedded into any old site, there's all sorts of things that could trip you up, especially if they've used classnames or document Ids that trip over squarespace's own ID system (mostly Yahoo's naming system actually, but that's another story). A full implementation may require editing of the code, not just for IDs, but for execution order too, as squarespace may not have loaded the full page by the time the code executes. For simple examples, what I've written will probably suffice, but some codepens get very long, and they're not always written in the most robust way. Still, hopefully what I've written will help, but codepen is a demo site, not always production code and certainly not written to play on any site other than codepen. For example, in your horizontal text holder, the author of the code pen changes the style of the p (paragraph) element. this has a very good chance of affecting the style of all paragraphs on the page that the code block is hosted, so you would need to change that. One way to do that is to find the block id from squarespace and add that before EVERY rule in their CSS. so "p { ... }" becomes "#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1629035493144_2260 p { ... }" Good luck!
    2 points
  30. I think the short answer to your final question is: No. This is going to be very challenging due to web security / cross-domain scripting security issues etc. The issue is that the iFrame is in one document and its content is in another. these documents cannot script against each other which you would need to do in order for the child document to wait until its content had loaded. As you don't have control over the child document (recman.no) you won't be able to do this. The only way is to have a cross-frame messaging which you would have to code in both the parent AND the child. It's going to be impossible in this case as you don't have control over the child document. Sorry. But if it's any consolation, the fact that you can't do this has probably saved pretty much everyone on the Internet from having their online lives hacked/ruined etc. 🙂
    2 points
  31. Hi Lindsey, It turned out those instructions were for a different template, and I was able to get a different method/code altogether. So I am not sure how to do it after adding the links to the footer. The code I was given instead, I pasted below - I suppose you could try it! (But as you can see, it messes with the color, so I'm still trying to figure that out. /**NAV-LINKS ON BOTH SIDES OF LOGO**/ .header-actions .header-nav-item { padding-right:1.1vw !important; } .header-nav-list { display:-webkit-box; display:-ms-flexbox; display:flex; -webkit-box-pack:end !important; -ms-flex-pack:end !important; justify-content:flex-end !important; .header-nav-item { padding-right:1.1vw !important; } } .header-actions--right { display:-webkit-box; display:-ms-flexbox; display:flex; -webkit-box-pack:justify; -ms-flex-pack:justify; justify-content:space-between; } .header-nav-list .header-nav-item { padding-right: 1vw !important; } .header-actions .header-nav-item { padding-right: 1vw !important; }
    2 points
  32. I'd highly recommend this guy @WillMyers https://www.will-myers.com/products/p/accordion-dropdown-plugin-for-squarespace Have implemented on my site.
    2 points
  33. Add to Design > Custom CSS /* 3 buttons side by side */ @media screen and (max-width:767px) { div#page-section-612d39c8b577d75aeeaa0ec5 .span-10>.row:nth-child(3) .col { width: calc(~"33.3333% - 20px") !important; float: left !important; margin: 10px !important; } div#page-section-612d39c8b577d75aeeaa0ec5 .span-10>.row:nth-child(3) .col * { font-size: 12px; } div#page-section-612d39c8b577d75aeeaa0ec5 .span-10>.row:nth-child(3) .col .button-block { padding: 0 !important; } }
    2 points
  34. Hey @nowicluk! This is definitely possible. Try bolding the * and then targeting only that character with bold-targeted CSS. Something like this should help as it will only target the character that's bold – this being the *. Be sure to update h1 if that is not the header size you are using in your example. Targeting the text block's block-id before the CSS will also help in case you bold other headers throughout the site and don't want those affected. // GIF Text // h1 strong { background: url(GIF-URL-HERE.gif) !important; background-size: cover !important; background-position: center !important; -webkit-background-clip: text !important; color: transparent !important; } Hope this helps! 👻
    2 points
  35. Will Meyers has code for this...you can look here > https://www.will-myers.com/articles/auto-scroll-for-carousel-banner-slideshows-for-auto-layout-sections-in-squarespace-71
    2 points
  36. I'm hoping they'll review this decision - at least until the 'Squarespace' app has caught up to a level of functionality and usability that matches the 'Commerce' app they are retiring. I've raised concerns too. However as Squarespace don't routinely monitor this forum for customer concerns (see the guidelines - item 6) I do recommend that you continue to pursue a resolution through Customer Care. If everyone affected contacts them, they'll have a better idea of the potential impact of their decision.
    2 points
  37. Chiming in here as well, as the removal of the Commerce app right before the holiday season is adding a layer of stress my business does not need. I have run my business on Squarespace for five years now. During the pandemic our website became one of our lifelines. Once we were able to reopen the Commerce app became one of our most valuable tools for ensuring our customers were happy. I am so disappointed to hear that the Commerce app is going away at the end of September, especially when I see that the new Squarespace app is missing so many of the key features we rely on. These include: new order notifications, the ability to manually adjust gift card balances, and a reliable Android app. We small businesses have had to pivot so many times, especially those of us in California navigating through not only a pandemic, but wildfires. To lose a key feature that allows us to run our businesses smoothly, right before the holiday rush is crushing and extremely disappointing. Unfortunately if Squarespace can't see that the features offered by the Commerce app aren't valuable to its customers I will need to start looking for another website builder and will be encouraging my fellow small business owners to do the same.
    2 points
  38. As far as I'm aware there are no controls in SS to change how an RSS feed is formatted. There is nothing that can be done with code as we don't have access to the SS backend.
    2 points
  39. Ahhh this now makes sense! Thank you very much for replying.
    2 points
  40. Hi all, I have recently registered with Klarna to offer pay later options in my Squarespace store. I haven't done my research prior, but was sure I will be able to somehow custom code Klarna payments into my store - I was wrong. I've put a job post up on people per hour and upwork, and received a few proposals from developers. Before continuing I thought I'd better check with Squarespace directly and I learnt it is not possible to integrate Klarna at all at this stage :( I was wondering whether anyone has found some workaround? I read there is Shopify cart integration way, but I don't really like it. I think it would be a very valuable feature for a lot of people up here if we could simply just integrate Klarna in similar way to Paypal and Stripe. This payment method would be very useful to me and most of the other shopping platforms already offer this integration.
    2 points
  41. Some CSS Class/ID for Squarespace 7.1 Announcement Bar Announcement bar: .sqs-announcement-bar-dropzone Announcement bar text: .sqs-announcement-bar-dropzone p Announcement bar link: .sqs-announcement-bar-dropzone a Header Header: header#header Sticky Header: header.shrink Header (not include sticky header): header#header:not(.shrink) Site Title: a#site-title Site Title (when overlay menu open): .header--menu-open a#site-title Site Title (when overlay menu close) body:not(.header--menu-open) a#site-title Navigation: .header-nav Navigation Items: .header-nav-item a Navigation Dropdown: .header-nav-folder-content Navigation Dropdown Items: .header-nav-folder-item a Mobile Navigation Items: .header-menu-nav-item a Mobile Menu Icon: .header-burger Mobile Burger 3 lines: .burger-inner>div Mobile Menu X icon: .burger–active Header Social Icons: .header-actions .icon Cart Icon: header#header span.Cart-inner Cart quantity: header#header .icon-cart-quantity Footer Footer: footer#footer-sections Footer Social Icons: footer#footer-sections .sqs-svg-icon–outer Footer Links: footer#footer-sections a Product List Product List: .collection-type-products.view-list Product Name: .grid-title Product Price: .grid-prices Product Image: figure.grid-image Product Currency: body.native-currency-code-usd .sqs-money-native:before Sold Out Text: .product-mark.sold-out Product Detail Product Detail: .collection-type-products.view-item Product Breadcrumb: .ProductItem-nav-breadcrumb Product Pagination (Previous/Next): .ProductItem-nav-pagination Gallery: figure.ProductItem-gallery Thumbnails: .ProductItem-gallery-thumbnails Big Image: .ProductItem-gallery-slides Product Name: h1.ProductItem-details-title Price: .ProductItem-product-price Currency: body.native-currency-code-usd .sqs-money-native:before Excerpt: .ProductItem-details-excerpt Add to Cart Button: .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper Add to Cart Text: .sqs-add-to-cart-button-inner Variant Dropdown: .variant-option Variant Title: .variant-option-title Variant Options: .variant-select-wrapper option Quantity Text: .quantity-label Quantity Input: .product-quantity-input Cart Page Cart Page: body#cart Cart Title: .cart-title Item: .CartTable-itemLabel-3zzV1 QTY. .CartTable-itemLabel-3zzV1 span Price Name: .CartTable-itemPrice-XgjsO span X icon: .item-remove div Product Thumbnail: .item-image Product Name: .CartTableRow-itemTitle-1MDgZ a Quantity input: .CartTableRow-itemQuantity-LwuRx.item-quantity Price: .CartTableRow-itemPrice-26eXS.item-price Subtotal: .CartTable-subtotal-2nJjm Subtotal Price: span.CartTable-subtotalPrice-2JFeD Checkout: .CartFooter-checkout-28MW2.checkout Checkout Text: .CartFooter-checkout-28MW2.checkout span Variant Text: .CartTableRow-variant-1ihcF.variant Blog List Blog List: .collection-type-blog.view-list Thumbnails: article.blog-item img Date: time.blog-date Category: span.blog-categories-list Title: h1.blog-title Excerpt: .blog-excerpt Read more: a.blog-more-link Blog Posts Blog Posts Page: .collection-type-blog.view-item Blog Items: .blog-item-entry Categories: .blog-meta-item–categories Date: time.dt-published.blog-meta-item.blog-meta-item–date Author: .blog-meta-item.blog-meta-item–author.p-author.author Title: .blog-item-title Content: .blog-item-content-wrapper Pagination: .item-pagination Pagination Arrows: .item-pagination-link .item-pagination-icon Pagination Title: h2.item-pagination-title Author Box: .blog-item-author-profile-wrapper Author Image: a.author-avatar.content-fill Author Name: .author-name Author Site: a.author-website Post Comment: .squarespace-comments Post Comment Button: .comment.btn Comment Input: .squarespace-comments .new-comment-area Preview: span.btn-text.preview-comment.top-level-preview-btn Subscribe via email text: span.subscribe.subscribe-control Event List Page Event List Page: .collection-type-events.view-list Event Thumbnail: a.eventlist-column-thumbnail.content-fill Event Time: .eventlist-datetag Event Date: .eventlist-datetag-startdate.eventlist-datetag-startdate–day Event Month: .eventlist-datetag-startdate.eventlist-datetag-startdate–month Event Title: h1.eventlist-title Event Hour: li.eventlist-meta-item.eventlist-meta-time.event-meta-item Event Description: .eventlist-description Event Detail Page Event Detail Page: .collection-type-events.view-item Event Title: h1.eventitem-title Event Date: time.event-date Event Hour: li.eventitem-meta-item.eventitem-meta-time.event-meta-item Event Description: .eventitem-column-content Event Pagination: section.item-pagination.item-pagination–prev-next Previous/Next: .item-pagination-link .item-pagination-prev-next Event Pagination Title: h2.item-pagination-title Portfolio title: h3.portfolio-title item: .portfolio-grid-basic portfolio image: .portfolio-grid-basic .grid-image pagination: [data-collection-type=“portfolio-grid-basic”].item-pagination pagination text: h2.item-pagination-title pre text: .item-pagination-link–prev .item-pagination-prev-next next text: .item-pagination-link–next .item-pagination-prev-next Checked & Wrote by tuanphan
    2 points
  42. The optgroup hack is to attempt to fix an issue on iOS (iPhone/Safari) and select menus getting cut off (extending beyond the right of the screen). Add the following to Design > Custom CSS. form .select optgroup { display : none; } This is all a bit of a hack so do check on iOS if you can to make sure all is well with your select menus. Let us know how it goes.
    2 points
  43. Squarespace didn't import this page when they changed from the 'Squarespace Answers' forum to the 'Squarespace Forum', but the page has been archived here: https://web.archive.org/web/20190906213100/https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/35300/can-i-add-multiple-locations-on-a-map.html There's also an excellent (paid) addon available called the 'Advanced Map Block' that allows you to easily embed multiple points in a Squarespace Map Block. You'll find details of this here: https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/advanced-map-block
    2 points
  44. Paste the supplied code into Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Footer. You will need to be on a Business or Commerce plan.
    2 points
  45. If you would like the Summary Block tiles to link to other areas of the site, you can set the URLs as required so that another page loads instead of the blog post. To do this: Edit the Blog Post that you've used for the tile. Click the Options tab. Type the URL in the Source URL box. Check the Post Title should link to Source URL checkbox. Save the Post.
    2 points
  46. I've been on the platform for about 3 years and in my experience search has never worked well or as expected. I hope that it's on the roadmap to fix.
    2 points
  47. Hi everyone, Thank you for flagging this issue. We’ve noted this for our Design and Engineering teams to review, and they’ll use this feedback when implementing fixes and improvements in future releases. For any further questions regarding this issue, please reach out to the Customer Support team.
    2 points
  48. Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS .sqs-block-newsletter .newsletter-form-field-element { padding-top: 10px !important; padding-bottom: 10px !important; } button.newsletter-form-button.sqs-system-button { padding-top: 10px !important; padding-bottom: 10px !important; }
    2 points
  49. Can you share link to a product? We can check easier
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