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  1. There are foundational SEO activities that every business should prioritize Create rich authoritative content for your site. The average home page has 1900 words on it Have a good website that is built on a platform that is SEO / Google friendly. It needs to be responsive, secure, easy to navigate, and have clear contact information Check your HTML for best SEO practices. Use free tools such as Yoast and All in One, to uncover areas for improvement. Get links for your site (“Do follow links” - Google this for a definition) Links are used by Google to rate the quality o
    13 points
  2. With regards to your question about not showing up in search results, here are my thoughts. It is normal practice for Google to index a new site in approx. 3-4 weeks after launching. So yes it is still early days. That said, every site owner wants their site to show up on page 1 results. Google ranks/rates all websites on approximately 200 signals to determine where the site will be placed in search results. The reason for all these signals is because Google continually fine-tunes its search results. Google has the reputation as a search engine that gives fast relevant results. I
    12 points
  3. Previously, you had the option of using an ugly, visible reCAPTCHA on your Newsletter Block, or you could simply not have one. However, Squarespace have now taken the unilateral decision to add an invisible reCAPTCHA to every Newsletter Block - whether you want one or not. This means that if you use a Newsletter Block you'll now see this ugly disclaimer message, in addition to the disclaimer message that you may have added yourself. The message is that required by Google as part of the terms & conditions, and explains to users that Google cookies will now be used. I don’t like t
    7 points
  4. This is unbelievable. A message like this belongs in a privacy or cookie policy, a website builder should never FORCE us to display it like this on our websites. It completely disregards design asthetics and our autonomy as business owners. Do other email providers do this as well?
    5 points
  5. I was able to hide it using the following code in the Page Header Code Injection of wherever the newsletter sign up form is. <style> .newsletter-form-footnote { display: none !important; } </style> Hopefully that helps most of you out! As a bonus, this also happened to make the UGLY sticky reCAPTCHA logo disappear that was showing up on the right hand side of my websites. Oh, and as a sidenote, this will make ANY of the footnote text disappear in your newsletter form, so hopefully you can live without that for now during this weird time in the world of Square
    5 points
  6. Just publish a custom hover style for portfolio, available for purchase! Check it out replace1.mp4
    4 points
  7. You could replace the div with something like the following. .gallery-grid-item-wrapper { overflow : hidden; } Let us know how it goes.
    3 points
  8. As predicted, Squarespace are making changes to the code. Today’s recipe is: /* Hide Google reCAPTCHA Disclaimer (06 June 2021) */ .newsletter-form-wrapper .form-submission-html+.newsletter-form-footnote, .sqs-popup-overlay-content .form-submission-html+.form-disclaimer-text { display: none; }
    3 points
  9. SDAgency

    Core Web Vitals

    Mid June is here. We have tabled developing any new sites on Squarespace until Google Page Experience is addressed.
    3 points
  10. 1) Use headings to help google understand and prioritize your content and to help improve usability for website visitors. 2) Don't create spammy copy for the sake of SEO. Also, don't get so caught up in clever copy that you miss out on SEO. Strive to create content that considers SEO and brand voice. 3) Write as you naturally would. Yes, add headings and keywords, but do so in a way that it would happen organically.
    3 points
  11. I have a post with some code for different templates and different block styles that may help: https://christyprice.com/blog/stack-grid-gallery-squarespace-mobile
    3 points
  12. On Squarespace 7.0 there were different template families, each with different features. On Squarespace 7.1 things are slightly different because there's only one template. "Bergen" is just one of the many starting points, showing you one way of styling your site, so in effect, all the designs that you see at https://www.squarespace.com/templates/browse/topic/all-templates are sample sites for your "template".
    3 points
  13. I often use the Promotional Popup to offer a lead magnet in exchange for someone joining a mailing list. For many clients, we show these when someone visits a blog post, but not on the main services pages of the site (we don't want to interrupt someone if they are looking to book a service).
    3 points
  14. I'm happy to announce that my client's site won the People's Voice "Community Site" Webby for the REVERSE THE RED website! Thanks to all who voted in support of Species Survival. I designed the site on Figma, and built the site on Squarespace's Developer Platform. It wasn't a complex site, but with a large committee steering the design/development, it was great to use/bend almost every component to completion. The Scientific/Institutional communities have held onto the Drupal platform for years, and we're here to prove that there's no reason for such an old/tired platform when forward mo
    3 points
  15. it's call attribute selector, you can use something like [data-section-theme="white"]
    3 points
  16. Hey there! Those questions do sound familiar to me. Personally, I am a big fan of using CTA in my business. Whenever I create a content about my products, I tend to design it the way that would really lead into my specific call to action for that article. Using CTA is not just about telling people that you need to do something, but also explaining to them why they need to do so. One of the things I can share is to use emotional appeals moderately. In our industry where we sell what we have worked hard for, it is not enough for people to know how good the product is as it is but also
    3 points
  17. Dear Squarespace team, Full-width sliding images with the ability to place the same or different text and buttons on each image is absolutely a feature we need. I get this request on literally almost every site I build. I believe it is a feature that would get used millions of times over. I love what you have built and the more I get used to 7.1, I can see it's advantages. Adding this feature would make 7.1 an absolute no-brainer. Please acknowledge our collective desire to have this implemented as soon as possible. Thank you for all you do!
    3 points
  18. Following!! I am having the exact same issue here, it is so frustrating. The only trick I have found was to add a blank section with no content, and make it the lowest height possible. I am using a solid colour fixed header though so I was able to make the background that colour and it matches my Header. Basically because there is no content it kind of disappears when I view the site but it means the next section background image fits the section perfectly. I would love to know if there is code that I can use to have Full Bleed image align at the top of the actual section and not
    3 points
  19. Site URL: https://www.don-viajes.com Hi, Starting today, my website started showing the following message in the footer: This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply In blog posts, the message actually appears duplicated: This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply I don't even use reCAPTCHA for verification, but the message still appears. In the blog posts the second messa
    2 points
  20. 2 points
  21. I just found the answer on the Kindful website. Here is it. Thank you!
    2 points
  22. Hello LXK, Worked a treat! Thank you so much! really appreciated! have a good week. cheers emma
    2 points
  23. No problem Kerstin. Great idea re the Privacy Policy. I've updated the post to cover both the Newsletter Block and the Promotional Popup (copied below). .newsletter-form-wrapper small, .sqs-popup-overlay-content small { display: none; }
    2 points
  24. I'm really struggling to get an image to display properly in the first section of a page in 7.1. If I add the image to any section below the first section, it will display properly. The first section on each page appears to have a shorter height, I guess because of the site header. But I can't seem to find any combination of image sizing that won't cut off the top of the image when it displays. I have the section height set at 100%. I've dragged the focus dot up to the very top of the image. I've resized, cropped, and re-loaded at least a dozen variations of image sizes and nothin
    2 points
  25. Hello @TopDoris, Thanks for your response! I would not be able to provide additional information in regards to the reason why the API was designed that way, however I can see the benefit of having a customer ID returned. I also confirm that I have submitted a feature request on your behalf. Our products continuously evolve thanks to our customers feedback, so I do appreciate your input!
    2 points
  26. You can use the following CSS to hide it in the mobile/tablet view: @media screen and (min-width:100px) and (max-width: 799px){ .Cart-inner { display:none !important; } } You can paste the following code anywhere in page using code block to display it for mobile/tablet: <a href="/cart" class="Cart Cart--icon sqs-custom-cart" data-nc-element="cart"> <span class="Cart-inner" id="mobile-view"> <svg class="Icon Icon--bag" viewBox="0 0 34 38"> <g class="svg-icon bag-icon--even"> <path id="XMLID_2_" fill="none" stroke-miterl
    2 points
  27. figured it out-- this was the answer: https://forum.squarespace.com/topic/151944-wexley-template-captions-alignment/#comment-333613 copied the original code along with the "fix" the poster was asking for. Thanks again!
    2 points
  28. This isn't a side-wide solution but will get the ball rolling. Add the following to Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > HEADER. The OP doesn't need to do this step as they already have jQuery installed. <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script> Add the following to Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > HEADER. The OP doesn't need to do this step as they already have jQuery installed. <script src="https://d1j8mu9lowy9zf.cloudfront.net/twcsl/0.1d6/twcsl.js"></script> Add the following
    2 points
  29. Hang on while Creedon updates his awesome plugin
    2 points
  30. Where you add the gif background, add new line z-index:-1 .header-title-logo::after { background-image: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5f2ca8b…/t/60b6ce8…/1622593158512/logo-animation.gif); background-position: center; background-repeat: no-repeat; background-size: contain; content: ''; height: 100%; opacity: 0; position: absolute; left: 0; top: 0; width: 100%; z-index: -1; }
    2 points
  31. Categories are no longer included in breadcrumbs on Product Detail pages, but I've built a low-cost solution that will add them. It's easy to install on any Squarespace 7.1 site. For more information, see the Breadcrumbs extension.
    2 points
  32. Hey hey! I'm a certified Web Accessibility Specialist and the founder of Square ADA. Great question @KickinGa! WCAG (the golden standard of web accessibility) actually states in SC 1.1.1 that if an image is "pure decoration" or "used only for visual formatting," then it should be "implemented in a way that it can be ignored by assistive technology." Translation - If the image isn't communicating any meaningful information, then we assign a null alt attribute to tell screen readers it's okay to skip the image (WCAG Technique H67). When used correctly, null alt text provides a better e
    2 points
  33. I have noticed the same message appearing on my website. I have contacted the support email and asked them how I can remove it. Hopefully they will offer a solution!
    2 points
  34. I played around with the code I posted and found that the padding line, the smaller the number the more the arrows move to the edges of the image frame as does the arrow background also, so you could end up with a half circle so to speak.
    2 points
  35. Squarespace Scheduling is a separate product and is not included in any website plan. You must pay for this separately. See the scheduling pricing further down this page If you are referring to payments for sessions booked with Scheduling, these are paid through an entirely separate payment process. Squarespace doesn’t charge any additional fees when you take payments with Scheduling, regardless of the plan, but each payment processor has its own fees. You can change your Squarespace website plan and cycle at any time. If you are upgrading your plan, you’ll be charged the prora
    2 points
  36. Hi there This is my first time using Squarespace and CSS, so please bare with me... i'm using a 2x2 Gallery for the desktop version, and want the images to be in just one column on mobile. I've tried different CSS codes I found, but nothing seemed to happen to the gallery, any help would be much appreciated.
    2 points
  37. hi. applied below code .gallery-caption-grid-masonry p { font-size: 30px !important; }
    2 points
  38. i have a pop up on a motorhome resort site, which advertises a promotional stay. I have them on a water filtration company advertising new offering of plumbing services. In both cases the pop up is great for showing something new or special offering and makes it exciting, takes advantage of the viewer four second attention span.
    2 points
  39. Add your href value into a link in the text block. It's the chain link icon on the toolbar. Let us know how it goes.
    2 points
  40. ok,Problem has been solved css: @media screen and (max-width:767px) { .gallery-fullscreen-slideshow[data-width="full-bleed"] { height: 130px !important; }} thank you!
    2 points
  41. Add the following to Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > FOOTER. <script> $( ( ) => { /* begin change search page input placeholder text Version : 0.1d0 SS Version : 7.0 Templates : Brine ( Aria, Blend, Cacao, Clay, Fairfield, Feed, Foster, Greenwich, Hatch, Heights, Hunter, Hyde, Impact, Jaunt, Juke, Keene, Kin, Lincoln, Maple, Margot, Marta, Mentor, Mercer, Miller, Mojave, Moksha, Motto, Nueva, Pedro, Pursuit
    2 points
  42. .image-block-poster-text-alignment-center #block-add769d3ca114745534e.sqs-block-image .design-layout-poster .image-card > * { text-align : unset !important; }
    2 points
  43. These are my initial thoughts The dark/burnt orange is great but the semi-dark mustard colour isn't working with the orange. The photos are all over the place and it's hard to stay focused on an area The text alignment are not consistent Example: "PLAYFUL PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY WITH A PURPOSE." is right justified, where as "PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY TO INVEST IN YOUR BRAND WORTH." is left justified. Either have one or the other or middle The heading and body text are not consistent Example: you have "FOR BRANDS TARGETING" in orange which suggests its important
    2 points
  44. A new custom plugin is coming: Squarespace Table of Contents block, who interested? toc.mp4
    2 points
  45. @MarcWatson@LaurenLeader I think I actually found a solution! You can purchase the Universal Filter plug-in from the same resource: https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/universal-filter. I had taken the filter off while I tried to figure out the infinite scroll issue, but when I turned it back on (and read the fine print), I realized the filter actually loads all blog posts and enables infinite scroll, so to speak. The only catch is you'll need to enable some kind of filter on your blog page -- but there are some clean and minimal ways you could work this in if that's the trade off. Anyway
    2 points
  46. Looking for solution to same issue! Let us know if you found anything @MarcWatson. I found this for extending post limits on summary blocks https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/lazy-summaries#showReviews, but I'd like to find a way to make infinite scroll (or at least get to 60-70) blog posts on the side-by-side grid page.
    2 points
  47. Write your Items like follow: <a href="url you want to link goes here">Here goes the Product name</a> Description of your Product would love to hear if it is working. Thanks a lot
    2 points
  48. **UPDATED*** For anyone still looking, I found a workaround for autoplaying a Summary Carousel Block. It autoclicks the next button every three seconds. Inject this is Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Footer <script> window.onload = function() { var nextArrow = document.querySelector(".summary-carousel-pager-next"); function clickNext() { nextArrow.click(); } setInterval(clickNext, 3000); }; </script> I updated this code to remove the use of JQuery (for page speed reasons) as well as to help with the refresh
    2 points
  49. I found another code that I was able to adjust and get to work: //Collage Blocks Mobile @media (max-width:480px){ .sqs-block-image .design-layout-collage.sqs-narrow-width .image-card-wrapper{ width:90%; margin-top:calc(-10%)!important; position:relative} .sqs-block-image .design-layout-collage.sqs-narrow-width.image-position-right .intrinsic,.sqs-block-image .design-layout-collage.sqs-narrow-width.image-position-left .intrinsic{ left:5% } }
    2 points
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