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  1. Just publish a custom hover style for portfolio, available for purchase! Check it out replace1.mp4
    4 points
  2. That was so much fun!! 🥳I just had an absolute BLAST hanging out with @Sarah_SQSPsharing creative member area strategies with other Circle members in our webinar! So much fun 🙂 I'll be updating the recording to be released later... any last minute questions I should add to the Q&A section? Feel free to DM me or post here!
    2 points
  3. A new custom plugin is coming: Squarespace Table of Contents block, who interested? toc.mp4
    2 points
  4. Squarespace Plugins: Pinchable lightbox image/gallery I'm glad to introduce the lastest plugin that can turn your lightbox image into pinchable on mobile, where you can pan,zoom the image with fingers touch Let's contact me for more detail!
    2 points
  5. Hi there - Can you open up some more spots for your class on Nov 18th. I think this is just what our clients needs to know SS can do fo rthem - they sell memberships. They are considering leaving SS for Kajabi. Being in the class might just save this client from leaving SS. Can you add me to the class?
    2 points
  6. Hi there, I hope it is OK to message your page. I am using an Events page to display job listings, which, by default, includes a start date and an end date. Wed, 29 Sep 2021 - Fri, 29 Oct 2021 I only want to show the Start date, but both are list items and share the same class, so it seems impossible to target them separately using css. For now, I have just hidden both dates: .eventlist-meta-item.eventlist-meta-date.event-meta-item { display: none; } - Firstly I thought about using the :nth-child selector - .eventlist-meta-item.eventlist-meta-date.event-meta-item:nth-child(2) { display: none; } But there is only 1 child in the <li> so that failed. - Is it somehow possible with css to target the element after the "-" (span.event-datetime-divider) ? - Or maybe there is a way to use jQuery to get the "startDate" from the original Event listing and display that at the top of each event? I think this may be impossible, but thanks for any help you might be able to offer. https://www.totalrecruitment.co.nz/job-vacancies
    1 point
  7. How you guys think about the new form style that I made for a project. start with the datepicker and making changes to other control as well
    1 point
  8. Paul, I had this problem in 7.0 a few years ago. It turned out to be a conflict with Ajax Loading and Parallax... this was before the animations were introduced. I turned off the Ajax and it solved the prob for me.
    1 point
  9. Hi Michael, I posted this on your SquareWebsites Slack channel as well, so anyhow I’m using Universal Filter on this blog: https://gerry-tsoukalas.squarespace.com/research Pwd: letmein and would like to override the filter CSS such that it gets the same transform as one without the filter like this one: https://gerry-tsoukalas.squarespace.com/entrepreneurship (same Pwd), but thus far because I’d like to keep the filter’s simpleFilter fade animation for sorting I’m a bit stumped as to the proper CSS to use, or perhaps it's a tweak to the filer itself that's necessary? I've figured out how to make it work with summary blocks, like on this page: https://gerry-tsoukalas.squarespace.com/research-summary But getting it to work on a blog page has eluded me thus far. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks so much!
    1 point
  10. Hello bangank36! Can you help me with my global nav? It currently scrolls and I would like for it to be fixed. https://www.lees-onlife.com/ Thank you!
    1 point
  11. Hi - Did you figure out how to pass on credit card fees to a buyer? I am trying to do the same thing for our non-profit commerce site. - Wendy
    1 point
  12. Hey there circlers! My Beginners Guide to CSS for Squarespace just got a major makeover and wanted to share it here for you all to enjoy ♥ Here is a link to the PDF - let me know what you think! And if I spelled something wrong, DM pleeeeeease 😝
    1 point
  13. I have a client (a local farm) looking to set-up e-commerce on Squarespace. They sell/price products based on weight. Does anyone have any ideas on how to solve for this with Squarespace/Stripe? Perhaps setting up a fixed cost that acts as a 'hold' price, that can be adjusted later when the produce/meat is picked up in person on a POS? Any help is appreciated, thanks!
    1 point
  14. Hey there Circle friends - happy 2021 🥳 I am keeping up my #TutorialTuesday tradition and wanted to start this year off with a special one; scrolling text. That's right - scrolling text animation is super easy to create on any Squarespace site, and this weeks free tutorial covers exactly that! There are two steps - add the text via code block & then add the CSS to animate it. I outlined it all, along with the codes on my blog at https://insidethesquare.co/scroll Please feel free to share with anyone and everyone who wants to learn how to create this effect! I'll be back here on my Circle profile next week with another one 😄 💕 All my best - Becca
    1 point
  15. Dear Bangnk36. Thank you for your answers. It's amazing help. Thank you so much.
    1 point
  16. I have no idea who it was on the Squarespace team that created the selector names for 7.1, but I want to be their best friend. Specifically, the person who decided to name the three lines of the mobile menu hamburger icon .top-bun, .patty, and .bottom-bun ⁠Just stumbled upon that gem updating my list of codes and had to share ⁠ If you wanna make each line to a different color, you can update the colors in this lil' snippet here:.top-bun {background-color: pink!important}⁠.patty {background-color: teal!important}⁠.bottom-bun {background-color: yellow!important}⁠
    1 point
  17. You are truly amazing. Thanks for your help and quick replies. You are what makes this ecosystem amazing.
    1 point
  18. Search: the built in search does not search the variants of a product, are there any plugins or CSS to handle this?
    1 point
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