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digitalfreelancer

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    digitalfreelancer reacted to ChristineDarby in SEO Expert AMA: Matt Callahan   
    What prompted you to build your new site on Webflow versus Squarespace? And what differences in search performance have you seen as compared to your older site?
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    digitalfreelancer got a reaction from BlakeHannah in 7.1 background image lazy loading - how to stop it   
    Hi folks, in Squarespace 7.1 they've added a feature which loads the background image of a section only once you've scrolled to it. Generally, I really praise this move from Squarespace in order to make sites faster, but it is annoying when you reload a page you've already scrolled half-way down, and when you scroll up the images don't appear until the top of the screen is about 20% from the top of the image, so you're left with a blank area for the majority of the time scrolling through that section.
    I used to be able to manipulate the imagesLoaded function in 7.0, but I don't know how to trigger Squarespace getting the image src in 7.1. 
    Anyone know how to do this?
    Thanks,
    Andrew
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    digitalfreelancer reacted to TQM5 in jQuery header code injection not running after index page Ajax reload   
    On a “York” template [index] page, I use jQuery {Header Code Injection} to modify the URL of a [Page] link on that [index], allowing me to effectively add a [Link] to an [index] with a photo background that is displayed with the rest of the content on the [index].
    The code works fine when the [index] loads or is hard-refreshed by the browser. It does not work after Ajax is used to soft-refresh only the [index] page content and not the <head>, <footer>, or other surrounding elements. This happens consistently when users navigate around the site.
    Squarespace notes this Ajax usage in the “York” template docs, specifying it cannot be removed. (See: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/218212297-York-structure-and-style#toc-page-loading)

    My question: How do you detect an [index] Ajax reload in Squarespace and subsequently re-run {Header/Footer Code Injection} using jQuery (or an alternate method)?

    For clarity when talking about traditional web and Squarespace features simultaneously:
    “Squarespace proper names "
    [ Squarespace page types ]
    { Squarespace settings }
    < Standard HTML >
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