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  1. 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
    30 points
  2. 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!
    22 points
  3. HERE'S THE SOLUTION: In Google Analytics create a new property. In the new property setup panel there's a link "Show Advanced Options" at the bottom. In Advanced Options there's an option "Create a Universal Analytics property". Using this option will give you the option to either create both a GA4 and a UA id in which case it creates 2 properties and links them or you can just create a single UA id.
    18 points
  4. 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.
    15 points
  5. 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.
    15 points
  6. 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. In order for your site to show up on google, you need to ensure you are following these ranking factors. SEO is a long term process/strategy that pays off. Put in the work on a regular basis, and you will be rewarded. Good Luck!
    13 points
  7. 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 of your site. Links from high domain authority and high page authority websites will enhance your authority with Google and improve your placement in search results Claim your GMB (Google my Business Page). This page is considered by Google to be every business’ landing page. Add to your GMB weekly - photos, videos, hours, reviews, post questions with answers Ask customers to review you. Do this consistently and build your reviews If this is too much for you to take on, consider hiring an expert in your city
    13 points
  8. Definitely following this thread. I feel this is my biggest frustration with Squarespace. Especially seeing there is a lot of trial and error with image sizing so could result in multiple uploads. I've been looking to see if they have "vote this feature" in anywhere like other platforms do. Because I would press is a million times!
    13 points
  9. Dear Squarespace Developement Team, For the love of all things web design - PLEASE rectify the image/media file management for BOTH designers who help SELL your service and for those who manage their own sites. We have other options and while I have helped sell to and set up small business websites via Squarespace - this past week I was in a situation where I could have really leveraged Squarespace to a room of emerging artist learning how to build their own websites, and because image/media file management is SO crucial and can be a HUGE time suck to contend with - preventing artist from making art because they are wasting precious hours trying to organize their web presence - I DID NOT recommend Squarespace. Instead, WixPix became the recommended website host to about 1,500 students in this business course... They have a file management system on the backend of their platform... The fact this has not been addressed in my time as a customer baffles me. There are a lot of important devevlopments and very grateful for the ones made around eCommerce, but even for eCommerce image file management is CRUCIAL. It's literally dreadful when a client needs a 100+ product images updated and REQUIRE somehow removing the outdated images so they don't confuse the customer. This should be addressed, must be a top level feature, and if you don't have the people on your team capable of making it possible - hire someone who can. Thank you.
    11 points
  10. Same thing with me building templates! I've started to play around.. and god I do not want the play around images in there! They'd think "geez, what is this" I had contacted them before my comment and they said they get lots of requests but they're adding it to the list and passing it on. Makes you question how they've gone this long without that feature.. mind boggling! Hopefully it's our Christmas treat!
    11 points
  11. Yes. This is super important. I just built a website for a client which I started by duplicating a site I did for another client. I ABSOLUTELY CANNOT hand it off with the first client's custom photography saved in the imported images. So I have to build the whole site over from scratch??? OMG. Hours and hours of redundant work are ahead. This is not ok. #featurerequest
    11 points
  12. I contacted support and they advised that at this stage they have no update when their system will accept the new Google Analytics 4 (GA4) measurement ID. It is disappointing because clients who don't have a business or eCommerce plan don't have any option to add the GA4 tag in. Support suggest clients add a UA tag in but this disregards the fact GA4 is based on a global tag and even Google recommends during setup not to use the UA tag. Understand Google has made the change, but at the very least Squarespace should allow code injection until they have a fix for this as GA4 is now the default for all new Google Analytics users. They are also strongly encouraging every current GA user to apply a GA4 property in parallel. Another alternate, would be if Squarespace allowed people to add Google Tag Manager in without the need to upgrade their plan. Given the current situation, is not suitable for several clients to pay more just for this feature.
    11 points
  13. 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.
    11 points
  14. I can see that the image search option seems to have changed a bit since yesterday, looks new and I was super excited to see if you can simply delete images but it still appears to not have that feature, seems super odd to have provided that area a design refresh and leave out a widely requested item such as deleting image?......I feel like when you click on the 3 dots to the right, instead of image info, it would be great to be able to rename, duplicate and/or delete an image.
    10 points
  15. you would think with all the people asking for it they would implement item specific shipping. It's probably one of the most common requests I see in these forums and they're losing a lot of business because of it. I know several people who have left squarespace because of that and I'm looking at different options myself. Disappointing to say the least
    10 points
  16. 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 the fact that you cannot (currently) disable the invisible reCAPTCHA nor set the style of the messaging to make it less ugly. I've provided this feedback to the team. If you also have concerns about these changes I recommend that you get in touch with Squarespace Customer Care. You can reach out to them here. The more they hear from customers, the more likely they are to take our views into consideration.
    9 points
  17. Just adding to this thread. I'm in the same position - selling very different items of size and weight. Would love if Squarespace could help out with selecting product-specific shipping. To give the developers an example of how this is difficult for vendors, particularly at this time: Australia Post became rather unreliable during lockdown in Melbourne. So it was important to me to be able to arrange a free click and collect option for those who were able to (within the 5km lockdown zone). during a print sale. I also think that if it's possible, this is a more environmentally-friendly option so I can deliver on bike or people pick up from me personally. Some people unexpectedly used the free click and collect option on a totally different product option (zines) - people well outside the 5km zone, who I had no choice but to to post out to. I wore the very small cost of postage, but I think that if Squarespace could see how awkward this is, they could hopefully dream up a better solution for the Shop section than this. Thank you - Rebecca S
    9 points
  18. I don't know if this has been a recent fix but I was able to get the UK date format by going to Settings > Language & Region and choosing "English (United Kingdom)" as my language. Now in the overview they display as dd/mm/yy and when you click through it shows as number then month e.g. 6 May. It's still annoying that the formats are different in the overview to in the post (and both of those are different to summary blocks).
    9 points
  19. 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?
    8 points
  20. Please add image library feature - it's insane to have to scroll through every image that has ever been uploaded - designers use a lot of test images!!!!!
    8 points
  21. I agree with the above comments. Item specific shipping options are much needed!!
    8 points
  22. Site URL: https://www.survivaltechniques.co.uk/shop Hello! I am moving my shop over to Squarespace from BigCartel and can't find a way to register the correct shipping for my products. I sell a range of paintings, prints and canvas bags which have a big range of shipping prices, ie a painting is going to cost a lot more to send than an A3 print. I can only find an option to set shipping rates by weight or flat rate, neither of which work as customers often buy a combination of products, which each need to be packaged separately. Is there a way I can set a shipping rate per product? I used to have my shop with BigCartel and it was very easy to set a specific shipping rate for each product. The current options in Squarespace are driving me crazy with how inflexible they are. Any help would be much appreciated. This is my shop: https://www.survivaltechniques.co.uk/shop
    7 points
  23. (Updated: SS 7.1) Some custom code (CSS) to change color Navigation Link Navigation Hover Link Navigation Active Link >> 92 Templates Navigation Custom Font Notes Add code to Home > Design > Custom CSS The code is based on demo at squarespace.com/templates, so they may not work for some websites or navigation with dropdown If the code doesn't work, try adding !important to after, eg: color: #f1f2f3 !important; If you have any questions/found issues, just comment below or send me a private message. Thanks. Avenue Template /* Nav item color */ .main-nav ul li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ .main-nav ul li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ .main-nav ul li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Aviator /* Nav item color */ nav#main-navigation ul li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ nav#main-navigation ul li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ nav#main-navigation ul li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Bedford Family: Anya, Bedford, Bryant, Hayden, Bedford /* Nav item color */ #mainNavigation div a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ #mainNavigation div a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ #mainNavigation div.active a { color: green !important; } Brine Family: Aria, Basil, Blend, Brine, Burke, Cacao, Clay, Custom Template, Ethan, 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, Polaris, Pursuit, Rally, Rover, Royce, Sofia, Sonny, Sonora, Stella, Thorne, Vow, Wav, West, Brine. /* Nav item color */ .Header-nav-item { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ .Header-nav-item:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ .Header-nav-item--active { color: green !important; } Farro: Farro, Haute Same as Brine Five /* Nav item color */ nav#main-navigation ul li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ nav#main-navigation ul li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ nav#main-navigation ul li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Flatiron /* Nav item color */ ul#nav li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ ul#nav li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ ul#nav li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Forte /* Nav item color */ #topNav ul li a span { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ #topNav ul li a:hover span { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #topNav ul li.active-link a span { color: green !important; } Ishimoto /* Nav item color */ #topNav #nav li a { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ #topNav #nav li a:hover { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #topNav #nav li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Momentum /* Nav item color */ #topNav ul li a { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ #topNav ul li a:hover { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #topNav ul li.active-link a { color: green; } Montauk: Julia, Kent, Montauk, OM Same as Momentum Native /* Nav item color */ #navBlock ul li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ #navBlock ul li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ #navBlock ul li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Pacific: Bryler, Charlotte, Fulton, Horizon, Naomi, Pacific /* Nav item color */ #mainNavigation div a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ #mainNavigation div a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ #mainNavigation div.active a { color: green !important; } Skye: Foundry, Indigo, Ready, Skye, Tudor /* Nav item color */ .nav-blocks-wrapper div a span { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ .nav-blocks-wrapper div a:hover span { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #mainNavigation div.nav-link--active a { color: green !important; } Tremont: Camino, Carson, Henson, Tremont /* Nav item color */ #mainNavigation div a span { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ #mainNavigation div a:hover span { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #mainNavigation div.active a span { color: green; } Wells /* Nav item color */ div#topNav ul li a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ div#topNav ul li a:hover { color: violet !important; } /* Nav item active color */ div#topNav ul li.active-link a { color: green !important; } Wexley /* Nav item color */ #topNav ul li a { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ #topNav ul li a:hover { color: violet; } /* Nav item active color */ #topNav ul li.active-link a { color: green; } York: Artesia, Flores, Harris, Jasper, Jones, Lange, Shibori, Taylor, York /* Nav item color */ .site-navigation div a span { color: #ff0000; } /* Nav item hover color */ .site-navigation div a:hover span { color: violet; } /* Nav item active colo */ .site-navigation div.active a span { color: green; } Squarespace 7.1 /* Nav item color */ .header-nav-item a { color: #ff0000 !important; } /* Nav item hover color */ .header-nav-item>a:hover { color: red !important; } .header-nav-folder-item:hover a { color: red !important; } /* Nav item active color */ .header-nav-item--active a { color: green !important; } Created by Tuan Phan. Share to be shared more.
    7 points
  24. 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 Squarespace 🤪
    7 points
  25. Couldn't agree more, it's ludicrous that in 2021 you can't manage or download your files. Total joke! Please @Squarespace Guru help!
    7 points
  26. I can't believe this is not a feature. I accidentally uploaded a non-relevant screenshot (when selecting multiple images for a gallery) , that I absolutely don't want my clients to have in the library of their shiny new website and cannot believe that the only way of not handing over this random image (along with all the wrongly sized test images I used along the way) is to start a whole new website. How has this not been solved yet?
    7 points
  27. Still following this.....with SO many people requesting this, why is this not a feature yet? This is a big deal breaker for us as well when we create a custom site and duplicate to work on for a new site, we do NOT want old imagery stored and transferred. I am baffled that something like changing the tear-dropper icon to that annoying new plus symbol add feature would take priority over something like this where SO many people have voiced their frustrations. I have yet to run across threads where people were complaining about the old teardrop insert feature so why make that a priority when you have real users here voicing concerns? And while we are here recommending features, why not simply offer a BLANK canvas with absolutely nothing saved so we can start from scratch instead of having to delete or replace imagery. For so many of us creating more custom sites, it is frustrating to have to do this where as a totally blank canvas would be incredible and something we have been asking for for a long time now!
    7 points
  28. Just stunning that this extremely basic functionality isn't already part of Squarespace, seeing as it's been requested - vehemently - since 2017 at least. I found all these delightful threads full of people who would love to be able to do something like, say, use the same form they created on one page on another, or copy/paste a section of laboriously arranged blocks so that they needn't recreate hours of work over and over. Each of these threads ends with "perhaps you should request this feature!" So, exactly what does it take to get Squarespace to even notice repeated, consistent requests for a feature from multiple users over the course of multiple years? Are we expected to convey our requests via a note tied to a brick thrown through the home office window? I'm willing to do that if it'll spark a little activity on the backend. Perhaps the feature we need to request is a REQUEST FEATURE feature, since the one we currently are being repeatedly told to use is completely nonfunctional. Squarespace charges a truly shocking amount for a desperately mediocre service; the least y'all could do is actually pay attention to your customers.
    7 points
  29. how is this not a feature...
    7 points
  30. Not super helpful but it is flagged by Dev teams. Hopefully they fix it soon, it's a fairly big oops if you ask me (and I have over 20 years experience in Enterprise SW QA).
    7 points
  31. **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 timeframe.
    7 points
  32. MN12

    Social Sharing on 7.1

    I can't believe you need to use code to create share buttons and also the fact that it's not included in the basic package. Is there a way to submit a request to squarespace for them to change this?? it's 2020, absolutely crazy for this to be considered "extra" and for it to have to be done through code....
    7 points
  33. Why oh why is there no way to delete uploaded images and why is there no way to organise them into folders? It seems like such a basic necessity for managing a website. Does anyone know if there is a (simple) file manger in the works? This is by far my biggest request for Squarespace as a user.
    6 points
  34. We're working to build a members area for wholesale partners. As far as I can tell, through the Squarespace Members signup process, anyone can sign up for an account and be granted immediate access. This creates a problem for us, as we need to ensure the information beyond login is restricted to wholesale partners only. Am I missing something? Is there a way to either mark applications as pending / requiring approval? Or, is there a way to disable the signup option all together and manually create member accounts? Is there a way to edit the signup form itself to require additional info from prospective members? Also, are there unique identifiers (member ID's) available somewhere in the admin backend?
    6 points
  35. 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.
    6 points
  36. I've been using Squarespace for many years, but in the past 3 months or so I've really noticed an increase in the number of issues in the page editor/builder. I've tried in both Chrome and Firefox and it makes no difference. I've also tried it in both 7.1 and older templates and the issues remain. Examples are: Insert a spacer block and have to wait 10 - 30 seconds before I can move or edit any other blocks Tear-drop insert points just not showing or showing in the wrong place (like in the center of a block, rather than at the edges) Unable to shrink or expand the size of a spacer one moment, but then can a few moments later Ability to edit a page simply goes away and I have to save or discard changes, then refresh the page and then continue. Does anyone else feel like they are constantly waiting for the page editor and it is slowing down your work flow? As someone who often spends 4 - 6 hours a day building Squarespace sites, I for one can say it is driving me crazy!
    6 points
  37. Y'all! @paul2009has SOLVED this issue. Honestly I'm not sure how he did it, because I've spoken to other SS experts on the matter and they had no idea/told me it wasn't possible to get breadcrumbs. BUT he did it! He created a plugin that's super affordable here: https://sf.digital/breadcrumbs-extension It's so so so worth it! The instructions they provide after purchase are easy to follow and the breadcrumbs work perfectly on desktop. For now they are hidden on mobile, because of the size of the screen—but honestly desktop is where it was necessary. Thank you thank you thank you, Paul!
    6 points
  38. Site URL: https://beyondspace-showcase.squarespace.com/shop-demo/p/sphereviewer/?password=1234&utm_source=squarespace_forum&utm_medium=topic&utm_campaign=promo Hello fellows, I am about to launch my latest Squarespace Plugin - Sphere Viewer Block. It provides an easy-to-use interface to integrate your 360 spritesheets images into Squarespace site, I wrote it so you can create it from Block Editor. I will give 5 single-site license for first 5 builders/designers who is interested in adding this feature for their site, I am welcome the feedbacks to make it work well before launch You can leave comment below or DM for access DEMO: https://beyondspace-showcase.squarespace.com Disclaimer: this is custom code plugin, it is not provided by Squarespace, so do not bother Squarespace support when there is issue, reach me instead
    6 points
  39. Another web design agency here echoing all previous comments on this thread and others. Being able to manage media is a must have feature.
    6 points
  40. I'm following this thread too and am surprised it hasn't been addressed yet. I haven't read through all of the posts so I may be bringing up a redundant point, but my hope is to strengthen the argument for improving the asset management on Squarespace websites. I am a freelance designer whose entire web design service offering is based on selling Squarespace websites for their ease of updating once I hand the websites off to my clients. When I design a website, I design, upload and test many iterations of the same images / graphics, meaning there are a handful of similar looking images in the media library once I finally land on the best one. This becomes an issue when I finally hand off the website to my client. If they ever need to make an update in the future or swap out the proper images, it makes this process more difficult for them, as they have to wade through many similar looking image files and may select the wrong file in the process. Allowing me the option to delete these incorrect image assets and organizing the library prior to handing off the website to my client will ensure a better website design long-term. This helps make both myself and Squarespace look better by ensuring quality graphics are always being used.
    6 points
  41. This would massively speed up page development - being able to not just duplicate a Section - because how often do you want the two sections the same on the same page - but to save Sections (effectively your own Section Templates) to be used on other pages. It would also be of huge value to clients, for whom we could build out a library of Section Templates for them in addition to Page Templates.
    6 points
  42. is there a way to copy a section to a different, existing page?
    6 points
  43. And us too! It is making the whole ecommerce facility unworkable!
    6 points
  44. I completely agree - I NEED customizable item-specific shipping rates. I'm scouring this forum and online message boards to see if anyone has found a work-around for this!
    6 points
  45. @khupp, if you want to apply this to buttons across your site use this code /* Add this code to Design -> Custom CSS */ .sqs-block-button a, [class*='button'], [class*='btn'] { font-family: 'Josefin Sans' !important; }
    6 points
  46. Add to Home > Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Footer <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.0/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function() { $('.header-nav-folder-title[href="/services-1"]').click(function() { window.location = "/services"; }); }); </script>
    6 points
  47. Lack of this basic feature is becoming a deal breaker for me. I will have hundreds of images and variations of them as my site grows. I need to be able to sift through them quickly and cull the ones no longer needed. As things stand, that is becoming more and more cumbersome because a simple delete feature does not exist. I have just sent a message to their "Help" team. I suggest others do the same. Squeaky wheel gets the grease. Go here to do so: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/requests/new?ticket_form_id=64337
    6 points
  48. Yes. It's a bit arbitrary why portfolio's in 7.1 can't be password protected yet pages can. A entirely plausible usage-case is you have a body of work, not just a single project, that requires it be hidden. This ought to be addressed.
    6 points
  49. Another way to set anchor links: Set a code block above the point on the site you want to jump at (e.g. above a Headline, …). Fill the code block with an empty div: <div id="your-anchor-name"></div> Then set the link to jump to the anchor like this: /pagename/#your-anchor-link Hope that helps
    6 points
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