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caseyh

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  1. Aha! I found a slightly different solution on Stack Overflow that seems to be working for now: <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.5.0/jquery.min.js"></script> <script> $(document).ready(function() { $(".sqs-add-to-cart-button-inner").text("Sponsor"); }); </script> Source: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/42396019/not-possible-to-change-button-text-via-jquery
  2. I have Express Checkout enabled and I'm trying to use this code to change the "Purchase" button to say "Sponsor". It doesn't seem to be working. I have the code in place now: Here's the live site: https://firstpreshart.org/angel-tree/child-017 If anyone can help me change the "Purchase" text to "Sponsor," I'd be very appreciative. I also tried using the following, but that isn't working work either. This code is currently disabled on the live site. <script> // Purchase button Text document.querySelectorAll(‘.sqs-add-to-cart-button-inner’).forEach(function(b){ b.inn
  3. I don't think it's possible, @zthebass. See this thread as well:
  4. Even more disappointingly, in 7.0, you could add Font Awesome Icons to navigations using Link items. See this search icon which uses this code: <i class="fas fa-search"></i> I've used that method several times to link from the nav or footer to the /search page on a site. In 7.1, it appears that code is now disabled in navigation items altogether, meaning you can't do a lot of things—not even make a nav item bold or italics. That may seem like a small thing but being able to insert code into a nav item (and many other places in SQS) was super useful. A real digressi
  5. I'm working through some gnarly product imports and want edto share this formula I came up with. It's nothing complicated, but it was useful to me. This formula, where 'A2' is the cell containing a product title, strips out special characters in the title, replacing them with hyphens, and makes the whole thing lowercase. In this case, I'm replacing spaces, commas, and forward slashes. Finally, it replaces two consecutive hyphens with one, should that happen. All of the nesting makes it look like nonsense, but that's really all it's doing. =IF(ISBLANK(A2),"",LOWER(SUBSTITUTE(SUBSTITUTE
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