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  1. @kindandbrave: Thanks for this question. I am also struggling with this on a website I'm currently building pro bono for an author and related non profit that he's launching. After many rounds with Squarespace Support it does appear that at this time, it's not possible to customize any copy on the donation confirmation page. Our key challenge with this is that this page currently pulls the Site title, instead of the Donation Title, into the confirmation description, and the Site Title on this site is the author's name –– very different than the actual recipient of the funds, which is actually an organization soon to get 501 (C)3 funding. Because it is possible to customize every other notification in the Order/Donation Confirmation communications stream with the name of the actual recipient of the donation -the Donation Title, as opposed to the Site Title (which Squarespace has chosen to program into this final step of the order communication stream within the website itself but then not let you edit), this creates significant discrepancy and confusion for donors as to who/what they are donating to. As someone who has worked in marketing and fundraising for non-profits for a decade, I will offer that this is a serious problem. In this instance, particularly, it's also awkward and uncomfortable, as for a transitory moment the donor may think they are actually donating to an individual instead of the organization, despite the fact that in every other confirmation throughout their process, and in our customized Donor email confirmation- they are reassured that they are contributing to the organization itself. After many (many) rounds with Squarespace Support on this issue over the past week, I Googled it externally and found an incredible and thoughtful resource in a Squarespace Consulting group in Ireland called SFDigital . They are vetted through Squarespace and the key partner, Paul, @paul2009 works with Squarespace's through their "Hire an Expert" programme. He was incredibly helpful, savvy to the challenge and kind enough to actually spend some time offering a few free thoughts on the matter via Chat. SFDigital's thought –– if I am paraphrasing correctly, as I am a photojournalist, designer and fundraiser and not a developer –– is this is perhaps a bug in Squarespace's programming in that they are correctly using the designated Donation Title on all other donation page communications and the email confirmation, but defaulting inappropriately to the Site Title, for some reason, on the Thank You page. I also tried the work-around of using a Javascript snippet to redirect to a different customized unlinked confirmation page by injecting the code into the Order Confirmation section, which didn't work. Thanks to @Airwards, it looks like this may actually work if it is injected into the Header instead; we'll give it a go. REFERENCE: Site URL: https://rogerpbriggs.org/ Attachments: For clarification of the explanation above and to visually show the donor's confusing experience, I've attached a series of screenshots of the checkout and confirmation process of a donor making a contribution to this site. They clearly show the Donation Title in all places until the final Thank You confirmation, and are attached in the order that a donor will see them. The final screenshot is a capture of the back end of the Donation Confirmation EMAIL that donors receive in their own inbox after they may a donation- as opposed to the immediate uneditable pop up "THANK YOU" message/Donation Confirmation PAGE they see on the site (as shown in the fourth screenshot attachment.) This back end view seems to clearly show that there is a tag for a Donation Title, as opposed to a Site Title, that is being used in other elements of the Order Confirmation process. Thanks to all who have additional thoughts to contribute on how to resolve this issue! Kind regards- Late
    3 points
  2. There is a new setting for that: COMMERCE > CHECKOUT
    3 points
  3. Sorrry @JamesDesign I don't agree simply because what you have listed as motivations should be the minimum you are doing as part of your strategy, and at least when taking aim for organic listings, you can be sure the websites positioned near the top, will have ticked those boxes. Therefore in a search results landscape that is level across all the important metrics, CWV is going to be the next frontier for making the grade. And therefore critical. By around mid-september we are going to have a lot of webmasters looking at year on year comparison and find that there will or will not be traffic drops. If the latter we know that CWV is going to have less impact, but after nearly 22 years in this SEO saddle, Google always delivers on anything to reduce the flow of free traffic, to address their advertising model, so I have no reason to think CWV will not be important. G.
    3 points
  4. I find that a lot of sites seem to use what appear to me to be stock images of people that are supposedly enthralled with the product or service. It just comes off as cheap, insincere, and is a turn off for me. Getting quality and genuine images is an art and takes a good photographer to capture the essence. I suggest staying away from people images unless they are high quality and custom.
    3 points
  5. I totally agree with @Tiny_Coast - focusing on your target market's language style is important. For my audience, I try to remember that most of them are new to terminology that I use, so I keep an eye on forums, Facebook groups, and the comment section on my YouTube videos to see what language styles I should focus my strategy on. Instead of optimizing a blog post for "single page header code injection installation" I would use more casual language like "add code to one page" I also want to add Pinterest suggested search to the list! They have a lot of data that prompts those suggestions, and while it might not be as fancy as SEMRush or Raven Tools it's great for brainstorming. 😊
    3 points
  6. Nice post. The problem is that these methodologies are being used by everyone and the datasets that are being accessed are limited, even if everyone is saying that they come from their own unique source. Even Google's own keyword suggestions tool will only show you decent data if you are spending money in Google Ads. Add to that the fact that nearly every commercial position - IE a keyword that has commercial value - is taken up by a paid-advertising slot, which are then followed by organic positions that are so far down the page as to be almost worthless for ranking and lead-generation purposes. Then factor in personalized listings and the whole thing becomes unmeasurable due to variances based on their past search history. I think analyzing the search market for your segment is the most important thing to do and to then isolate the elements of pages as a clue to what people actually want to find against a search phrase. SEO has long-term value but I might be more inclined to run a short-term paid search campaign for keywords the "tools" say are important and then look at engagement metrics of those audiences to help isolate the keyword choice to then recurse back up to the SEO task. You could do this on a different web-domain as it is just R&D. Bear in mind that Google Ads now use what's called close-variants so the keyword you type in might not actually be the keyword the advertiser targeted. I would also make sure that the website ticks all the core web vitals box. What I would also say is that if you are launching a website from scratch, try and make sure as much of the optimisation is done as possible so that on the first visit by search you have everything in place. If you have a website and are re-optimising page elements significantly expect up to 4 months to pass before you can reliably consider the pages to have been re-indexed and settled properly. This is not replying at the previous posters who also bring their views that are valuable, but I hope this can help others. G.
    3 points
  7. Great questions @Jo_SQSP - hadn't thought of using Jamboard for keyword brainstorming so I'll add that to my list of tools. We just published a round-up of our favorite free and affordable tools for keyword research earlier this week — some of our suggestions include Google Autocomplete, keywordtool.io, and Answer the Public. Check out the post for more details and screenshots. We also cover all the places where you should be sure to optimize for your target keywords in Squarespace 7.1. If there's anything we missed let me know!
    3 points
  8. Keywords are essential for generating traffic from search engines. But which keywords should you use? And how do you brainstorm your ideas? Let’s go through some ways to generate ideas and different types of keywords you can use. To get started, there are tons of organizational note apps that lend themself to a personal brainstorm, so play around and see what works for you! I personally use Google’s JamBoard as my virtual sticky note go-to. This way I can visualize the contents of my site and see what keywords make sense for which pages. For my example photography business, I decided to break it up into the different types of photography I’m involved in and some potential keywords that would relate: Some questions to ask yourself when brainstorming: Who is your target audience? What sets you apart from your competitors? What synonyms can you utilize? For example: New York photographer and NYC photography are two different keywords. And what other words does Google autofill? Type the words you've come up with in Google and see what else pops up! When determining types of keywords, there’s “Head” and “Long-tail”, and there are benefits to using both types. Head keywords are short, usually one-word keywords that catch a wide audience like ceramics, tapestry, and shoes. Long-tail keywords are Multi-word phrases that are more specific, such as engagement photography, NYC shoe designer, and LA dog cafe. Head keywords can catch a more general audience who might not be specifically looking for you, whereas long-tail keywords cater to those who search with the intent of finding a specific product or service. How did you brainstorm your keywords? Any tools or tricks that aided you in the process? Share your thoughts and tips in the comments below!
    2 points
  9. On the Five template, the site logo can appear on mobile if you position the logo in the banner instead of the header. You can set this in Site Styles, by setting the Banner Content tweak to "Site Title Logo Tagline". However, if the site logo is in the header (as it currently is) then the logo will always be replaced by the site title. It isn't possible to change this with some simple CSS, it will require some JavaScript (and therefore a Business plan or above).
    2 points
  10. paul2009

    Change title size on mobile

    Curious! What happens if you replace the code that Tuan provided with this: #mobile-navigation-title a { font-size: 20px!important; }
    2 points
  11. try /* Masonry one item on mobile */ @media screen and (max-width:767px) { .gallery-masonry-wrapper.gallery-masonry-list--ready { height: auto !important; } figure.gallery-masonry-item { position: relative !important; width: 100% !important; transform: unset !important; } .gallery-masonry-item-wrapper { height: auto !important; padding: 1em; box-sizing: border-box; } .gallery-masonry .gallery-masonry-item[data-loaded] img { width: 100% !important; } .gallery-masonry { padding-left: 0 !important; padding-right: 0 !important; } } /* disable lightbox on mobile */ @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) { .gallery-masonry-lightbox-link { pointer-events: none; } }
    2 points
  12. try .post-type-store-item#thumb-guest-package-add-ons .grid-prices { display: none; } .ProductItem .product-price { display: none; }
    2 points
  13. Hi! I am using a Masonry Grid gallery, the caption feature is turned on, however when I'm on lightbox mode, the description doesn't appear. I would like the caption to only appear on lightbox, not in the grid. Is this possible?
    2 points
  14. Your logo only represents a very small area in the centre of the JPEG image, with lots of white space around it. It would be better to create a PNG file containing a larger version of the logo, with no white space (or very little) around it. The image should ideally be a PNG file that is 1500px wide.
    2 points
  15. try #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1626467746037_19774 +.row .sqs-block-button { position: absolute; left: 50%; transform: translateX(-50%); bottom: -15%; width: 250px; } #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1626467746037_19774 + .row .sqs-block-button a { border: 2px solid #fff; }
    2 points
  16. Yes you can do something like what you want. Generally you'd create folders in the Main Navigation. Then in the folders you create Link pages that point to a page and URI fragment. Then within the page with areas you want to link to, you need to add code blocks before each of the areas, something like the following. <div id="mission" name="mission"></div> Without being able to see the pages in question and the site it is hard to be more specific.
    2 points
  17. Just heard from Squarespace tech and, while the issue is not resolved, there is a workaround. If you use a Button Block, you can upload a PDF without getting the "status code 500" error. I created a non-linked, throw away page Added a Button Block Uploaded my PDFs Closed the throw away page and went to my live work page Linked the uploaded PDFs to the necessary text Hope this helps. Cheers.
    2 points
  18. You can use CSS pseudo to insert FontAwesome Unicode icon. If you share link to your site, we can help easier
    2 points
  19. I basically just did exactly what you described in your email, @paul2009! Except I put the code in a code block in the footer. <div id="quick-exit"> <h4>QUICK EXIT: </h4> <p>Tap this bar at any time to immediately close this page and check the weather.</p> </div> Custom CSS: #quick-exit { position:fixed; top:0; left:0; z-index:9999; background:#8ae5e2; width:100% !important; padding:16px; text-align:center; } #quick-exit h4 {margin:0 !important;} #quick-exit p {margin:0.2em 0 0 0 !important;} Code Injection: <script> $(document).ready(function(){ $("#quick-exit").on("click", function() { window.open("http://weather.com", "_newtab"); window.location.replace('http://google.com'); }); }); </script> It works perfectly!! Exactly the functionality I wanted! Here it is in action if anyone wants to see: usafv.squarespace.com (password: Alaska). Thanks again @creedon and @paul2009 for all your help with this. I know my client will be so pleased to have this safety feature for those she serves.
    2 points
  20. GlynMusica

    Core Web Vitals

    Not really, I could take each of those and provide you with cases for how each was important and interrelated and impacting on search positioning. I would say that you need to start with perfection in terms of all the performance boxes and then work on content and match design and communication with intent of search query. G
    2 points
  21. Try <!-- Fix inconsistent blog + event date format on Squarespace 7.1 template --> <!-- Squarespace Forum 03-08-2021 --> <script src="https://stevenlevithan.com/assets/misc/date.format.js"></script> <script> document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function() { var dateformat = "mm-dd-yyyy"; var timeformat = "H:MM"; var pubdate = document.querySelectorAll("time[datetime]:not([class*=event-time]), time[pubdate], time.blog-meta-item--date"); for (var i = 0; i < pubdate.length; i++) { var d = new Date(pubdate[i].getAttribute("datetime") || pubdate[i].innerText); if ( pubdate[i].classList.contains('blog-meta-item--date') ) { d = new Date(document.querySelector('[itemprop="datePublished"]').getAttribute("content").split("T")[0]).getAttribute("content"); } pubdate[i].innerHTML = d.format(dateformat); } var eventTime = document.querySelectorAll("time[datetime][class*=event-time]"); for (var i = 0; i < eventTime.length; i++) { console.log(eventTime[i].getAttribute("datetime") + " " + eventTime[i].innerText); var d = new Date(eventTime[i].getAttribute("datetime") + " " + eventTime[i].innerText); eventTime[i].innerHTML = d.format(timeformat); } var eventTimeSummary = document.querySelectorAll(".summary-metadata-item--event-time"); for (var i = 0; i < eventTimeSummary.length; i++) { var _24hrs = eventTimeSummary[i].querySelector(".event-time-24hr"); var _12hrs = eventTimeSummary[i].querySelector(".event-time-12hr"); _12hrs.innerHTML = _24hrs.innerHTML; } }); </script>
    2 points
  22. same here: our clients image uploads are cluttered with unused or meanwhile replaced images and no one is able to find what he/she needs. so they just upload another version of the needed file which results in even more useless and duplicate images (with different file names) ... this should be solved QUICKLY.
    2 points
  23. It worked! Thank you!
    2 points
  24. I sell lacrosse clinics on squarespace commerce. However, all the information from the "product form" parents fill out upon checkout only gets sent to me in an email and then I have to manually transfer that info into a spreadsheet. (Parent/player name, contact info, school, local team, US Lacrosse number, jersey number requested etc.) I would like that information to automatically populate in a spreadsheet in google drive as well as send me that same information in real time upon purchase. Squarespace already has something very very similar in the pages as I can create a "form block" and it gives me the "storage" option to sync with my google drive and every time a parent emails me via the form block I get an email and also it real-time populates into a google doc spreadsheet. I would like this for all of my commerce products, but can't figure out how?!?!? Squarespace in the past has said this isn't an option. I've reached out to them again and haven't heard back yet. Hopefully the community has an answer or an e-commerce alternate I can switch to as I don't enjoy transferring 100s of registrations by hand that take up 12+ hours of my time each week. I don't see a "storage" option with the product forms. Thank you!
    2 points
  25. Hi! You'll need to set the footer to an absolute or fixed position in the Custom CSS section. Try this, FYI this will only apply to the homepage, but if you want it applied everywhere just remove .homepage from it. .homepage #footer-sections { position: absolute; bottom: 0; top: auto; left: 0; width: 100%; z-index: 999; } If you need help let me know nick@nickscola.com
    2 points
  26. tuanphan

    Vertical side tabs 7.1

    Squarestylist has a course on this. $197. https://www.squarestylist.com/shop/vertical-tabs or Will-Myers plugin ($10) https://www.will-myers.com/products/p/accordion-dropdown-plugin-for-squarespace @WillMyers I wonder if it is possible to use CSS Flex to invert the bars from horizontal to vertical, to achieve the above effect? Or you can also add a Code Block >> Paste this CodePen code <!-- Source: https://codepen.io/skkhan/pen/MWWdXbb --> <!-- Tweak by @tuanphan --> <ul class="main-box"> <li class="box active"><span>Slide One</span> <div class="detail active"> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.</p> <p> The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. </p> </div> </li> <li class="box"><span>Slide Two</span> <div class="detail"> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.</p> <p> The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. </p> </div> </li> <li class="box"><span>Slide Three</span> <div class="detail"> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.</p> <p> The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. </p> </div> </li> <li class="box"><span>Slide Four</span> <div class="detail"> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.</p> <p> The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. </p> </div> </li> <li class="box"><span>Slide Five</span> <div class="detail"> <p> Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.</p> <p> The standard chunk of Lorem Ipsum used since the 1500s is reproduced below for those interested. </p> </div> </li> </ul> <style> @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Montserrat:400,700&display=swap'); body .main-box { display: flex; background: #000; margin: 70px auto 70px auto; padding:0; width: 991px; } .box { height: 322px; padding:15px; border-right: 1px solid white; webkit-transition: 0.8s; -o-transition: 0.8s; transition: 0.8s; position: relative; overflow: hidden; list-style: none; } .detail { width: 85%; height: 100%; position: absolute; right: 0; top:0; background: white; color:black; opacity: 0; padding:30px; box-sizing:border-box; webkit-transition: 0.8s; -o-transition: 0.8s; transition: 0.8s; -webkit-transform: translateY(100%); transform: translateY(100%); } .box.active { width: 70% !important; } .box.active .detail { opacity: 1; -webkit-transition-delay: 0.6s; -moz-transition-delay: 0.6s; -o-transition-delay: 0.6s; transition-delay: 0.6s; transform: none; } .box span { writing-mode: vertical-rl; font-size: 20px; height: 100%; display: flex; align-items: center; justify-content: center; color: #fff; text-transform: uppercase; letter-spacing: 4px; width: 40px; transform: rotate(180deg); font-weight: 400; cursor: pointer; position: absolute; left: 0; right: 0; margin: 0 auto; } .box.active span { left:25px; right:auto; margin:0; font-weight:600 } .box p { line-height: 23px; } </style> <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> var getslide = $('.main-box li').length - 1; var slidecal = 30/getslide+'%'; $('.box').css({"width": slidecal}); $('.box').click(function(){ $('.box').removeClass('active'); $(this).addClass('active'); }); </script>
    2 points
  27. Try this in CSS: #block-00875c0b0eb68770e2f8 { h2 { margin-bottom: 0; } p.sqsrte-large { margin-top: 0; letter-spacing: 0.02em; } } Adjust the letter-spacing as needed
    2 points
  28. Having a human element in branded photography adds warmth and can set the tone. However, they must be of high-quality and be directly connected to the content. In other words, having a photo needs to add value and communicate a strong message rather than be an arbitrary element. Sometimes you really need a photo to break up the space on a web page, but make sure it says what you want it to.
    2 points
  29. I think it is possible. Add the following to Store Settings > Advanced > Page Header Code Injection for the store page. <style> /* this ruleset is not active in SS Preview. to test it use private browsing < https://bit.ly/3f6lhq2 > */ body:not( .sqs-edit-mode ) .products.collection-content-wrapper .list-grid { display : none; } </style> This is for v7.1. Add a page section to your store page and use blocks to make the section look the way you want. Let us know how it goes.
    2 points
  30. custom css .yui3-lightbox2 .sqs-lightbox-overlay { background: #fff; }
    2 points
  31. Thanks but I got it working already, thanks to @bangank36!
    2 points
  32. Hi dear @ConeCake Thanks for choosing Ninja Kit! Please add me as admin collaborator to fix it for you! IXStudio[dot]net[at]gmail[dot]com Thank you! Best, Leopold
    2 points
  33. try adding this to design- custom css @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { .header-display-mobile { display: block; } .header-title-logo { padding-left: 0 !important; } }
    2 points
  34. You are missing jQuery, add this into first line of the header injection <script src="assets/js/libs/jquery-3.6.0.min.js"></script>
    2 points
  35. I haven't experienced it locking up but there's currently an issue when trying to add links to Markdown Blocks. When you click in the link icon, the link editor appears behind the Markdown editor, making it almost impossible to add the link details. Perhaps this is causing the UI to appear to be unresponsive? Here's what I see: I recommend you report your experiences to Squarespace Customer Care. You can reach out to them here.
    2 points
  36. Hi, on your screenshot you'll find the pen icon (edit the section) and keep scrolling down and you'll find an option for this. Make sure the "Category Title" is turned off
    2 points
  37. Of course if to everyone who speak about SEO think most of all about Long-tail keywords and research which just basic part what professional call SEO strategies. SEO not just keywords it's strategic thinking and competitive analysis UX of your site. Of course visualising site very helpful but site will be on top if yore structure growing and people finding something once in a wile
    2 points
  38. Same with gallery blocks and sections. Just happened last night.
    2 points
  39. As a graphic designer myself, In your section: "Folks I have worked with", I would just have the logos. Even if the logos are not well known to the reader, it gives a clear snapshot on the companies/people you worked with. TBH, I can't be bothered reading that wall of text of companies, unless im really bored. Have your instagram and facebook icons in the footer on the left, it seems quite alone and far off from your content on your page. If you align it left, it will align with your page content Under your logo: "Creative | Illustration | Design", replace the words, it's a given you're creative, work as a illustrator and in design. These are common words used by all designers at some point in their career to justify their work, people already know you're creative. Encapsulate who you are as a designer, for example from what I see: you can change it to: "Contemporary | Unafraid | Whimsical" Overall its clear and clean. Love your work too, fun, nice to look at and clear.
    2 points
  40. I looked the complete website and just only one thing that I think you need to change is its navbar's height in my opinion its looking over lengthy. But overall its looking perfect.
    2 points
  41. Congratulations on your personal accomplishments in the world of sports and on your acquisition of a long list of clients. Your website conveyed your interest in sports from a participant's perspective. If I were seeking a photographer, there are some questions left unanswered. I did not recognize the answer to the customer's questions "What can this business do for me?" and "What tools, training, expertise, practical skills will enable him to do my job better than anyone else?" Take a look at the sites of other nature photographers, environmental photographers, or sports photographers (I'm not sure which market space holds your interest.) For instance, https://artwolfe.com/about/ https://www.chrisburkard.com/Pages/About It's the expected: Who, What, Where, When, Why and HOW. Good luck with the site! and good fortune on your adventures.
    2 points
  42. I couldn't agree with this more. Extremely frustrating. I did find this support info which may help (though it's definitely not substitute for having user ability to manage by any means), but hope it helps! According to this support info, images DO finally get deleted in time (between 8-38 days) apparently, but in an urgent situation you an send an email for SS for assistance in getting them deleted sooner: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205812748-Image-and-file-URLs-in-Squarespace However, Squarespace, PLEASE give the ability to manage this on the user end.
    2 points
  43. Site URL: https://www.greencondom.club/ Hey peeps, This is not a question per se, more like sharing a solution I found. I needed to make my website multilingual and multi-currency a while back. I really struggled to find solutions meeting my requirements, so I came up with a solution: Use Weglot for the translation (no page duplicate, can translate the checkout) Duplicate the shop section of my Squarespace site for the 2nd currency (and pay Commerce again) Set up Geotargetly to redirect people according to their location Use Datafeedwatch to list our products on Google Shopping and Facebook Catalog I wrote a detailed guide on how I've done it. Hopefully, it helps someone. Cheers
    2 points
  44. Add to Code Injection Header <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function() { $('<a class="sqs-editable-button checkout-button t-continue" href="/tienda"><span>CONTINUAR COMPRANDO </span></a>').appendTo('._28MW26vhi.checkout'); }); </script> <style> a.t-continue { margin-left: 10px; padding-top: 1rem !important; padding-bottom: 1rem !important; } </style>
    2 points
  45. Keeps happening to us at https://psychedelicsociety.org.uk/ too!
    2 points
  46. Hi - I thought it was just me! My site has been doing this also. It seems to happen when I'm tinkering with the meta descriptions and tags.
    2 points
  47. Yeah, that is just really poor user experience and takes away any kind of hierarchy on the site. A landing page should structurally be above any children pages that fall under it, so it's strange behavior to see <Services> on the same line as <services/page>. Hoping to find a workaround because it makes my site lack structure.
    2 points
  48. 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
  49. 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!
    2 points
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