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  1. That's outdated information. Google doesn’t have any issues with a page having multiple H1 tags. Multiple H1 tags are perfectly fine.
    2 points
  2. SEO is all about doing what you can to ensure your content is a top result in searches for relevant keywords. Solid SEO copy helps your intended audience find your site in the first place, pulling in those most likely to engage with your content and convert from visitors into customers. Working on your SEO copywriting is a great way to ensure your site ends up in front of the people who need or want it the most. Ultimately, you want to create content that is useful to your customers. An easy way to get started is by researching what customers are asking you specifically (via your customer service or socials) or what people are asking Google about your keywords. You can do this by searching a related keyword and looking at the ‘People also ask’ box. Once you know what information would be most useful, take the time to outline your content. This will help you keep your writing focused and avoid losing your readers through superfluous tangents. Consider using questions as headers where you can, to enforce the idea that you are providing answers. What have you found most impactful when tackling SEO copywriting? Share your favorite tips in the comments below!
    1 point
  3. That's good to know! In the future I'll just make sure the password is very prominent in my newsletter so people know to enter it. thanks for your time!
    1 point
  4. 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.
    1 point
  5. Use this new code /* Brand Guidlines */ [data-section-id="613f70de5c846b310825d635"] .content-wrapper { padding-right: 0px !important; padding-bottom: 0px !important; padding-top: 0px !important; max-width: 100% !important; } div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1631547596159_16207 { padding-bottom: 0px !important; padding-right: 0 !important; } div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1631547596159_16207 figure { margin-right: 0 !important; } html, body { overflow-x: hidden; } @media screen and (max-width:767px) { div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1631547596159_16207 { padding-left: 0 !important; } [data-section-id="613f70de5c846b310825d635"] .content-wrapper { padding-left: 0 !important; } [data-section-id="613f70de5c846b310825d635"] .html-block { margin-left: 5vw !important; margin-right: 5vw !important; } }
    1 point
  6. For clarity, this is for people purchasing through a Squarespace hosted ecommerce store. I am not looking to pay for my account on a payment plan.
    1 point
  7. 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.
    1 point
  8. Try this CSS div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1619554321026_33550 .image-block-wrapper { box-shadow: -2px 6px 7px #f2f2f2; }
    1 point
  9. My main goal: Have 1000 recurring customers In my early days I thought starting the business itself was the hard part, but now recently starting my third company I know that's not the case. What's the real hard part: Selling and getting customers. Having 1000 recurring customers involves both of that. To keep motivation, I have split my main goal into smaller ones and there are currently two milestones I have reached that I'm proud of to have executed: Making the product itself (it was hard). I recently started to get my first recurring customers (I made something that people like).
    1 point
  10. Howdy @Howdy2021. In the color overlay settings switch from "Custom" to Palette. Then you will notice a circle all the way on the right side and you want to drag it all the way left. That's how you can control the opacity %.
    1 point
  11. Add to Design > Custom CSS /* center popup mobile */ @media screen and (max-width:767px) { .sqs-slide-wrapper[data-slide-type="popup-overlay"] .sqs-slide-container[data-slide-type="popup-overlay"] .sqs-slide * { text-align: center !important; } }
    1 point
  12. Would also love a bulk import feature for events. I have mentioned this before but not sure if thats on the feature roadmap anytime soon. Entering each manually is absolutely painful
    1 point
  13. I figured it out on my own. I had no clue about coding until yesterday. So, I couldn't help any further I guess. I used the following in the CSS: @media screen and (max-width:767px) { #block-d4e3011d5b8e8a543e15d { margin: auto; } } So, I believe you could replace the second line with the block ID of the block you want aligned (which you could find using the Chrome extension called Squarespace Block/Collection Identifier) and you'd be good to go. Let me know if that helped.
    1 point
  14. Agree it is very frustrating being boy able to create recurring event. It is such a basic scheduling feature.
    1 point
  15. SOOOOO Frustrating not to be able to put the repeating weekly schedule on the calendar without duplicating EACH item and then editing it for the next week. Come on folks.
    1 point
  16. While I appreciate devs like yourself coming up with an option, for my small business, its simply not cost effective to run both a squarespace site and a shopify backend. Its even less realistic for a small business like mine is to pay shopify's mid-tier pricing to get the functionality to use these features.
    1 point
  17. Same -- I am having so many customers ask if we offer payment plans for our products. Very frustrating that Squarespace currently doesn't have any integration. I could be making so many more sales. Considering switching my site to a different platform even.
    1 point
  18. It isn't possible for anyone - including professional developers - to integrate a new payment processor or payment method into the Squarespace ecommerce system. This aspect is under Squarespace control. To explain, Squarespace is slightly different to other web hosting platforms because it is "serverless". This makes it much easier for you to build a website or an online store with technical knowledge and it ensures that your site will keep running safely and securely because there's a team at Squarespace who take of all the technical infrastructure for you! For them to do this whilst keeping payments secure and compliant, they lockdown the checkout and payment systems and don't allow you to change them. It will take time for Squarespace to integrate new payment methods and I think it's highly unlikely that Squarespace will integrate Klarna any time soon. If you really need this particular service then the only workaround is to use an alternative e-commerce checkout on your Squarespace site (such as Shopify Buy Buttons), or move to another platform that supports it (like Shopify). If it helps, I wrote about how to do this here: How to add Afterpay or Klarna to Squarespace. Update February 2021: Squarespace added Afterpay as an option in the US, Australia and New Zealand. PayPal Pay-in-3 is available in the UK.
    1 point
  19. I managed to work this out for myself in the end. I'm putting the answer on here anyway in case it helps anyone else: To centre the block, I added the following to the start and end of the embed code: <center> </center>
    1 point
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