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  1. I'm having the same issue and would greatly appreciate any suggestions. My 'read more' links on the blog summary go to the Squarespace blog rather than externally. My Squarespace blog summarises an external blog, so I don't want any links to the actual Squarespace blog pages themselves. I've tried disabling the 'read more' links and then adding 'read more' text with a link in the actual blog excerpt, but the links are not clickable in my blog summary 😞
  2. Thanks Leopold! I managed to solve this with a very simple fix - I don't know why I didn't think of it earlier! All I had to do was create the pages as sections under an index in the unlinked section, and then add them as links under the folder for my drop down menus. So now the page structure and formatting is uniform throughout the site 🙂
  3. Hi Leopold, On further reflection, I'm not sure that I can actually share the URL at this stage as the site content is somewhat confidential until it is finalised by the client and goes 'live'. If I still have the issue by that point, is it OK for me to get back in touch with you then to share the URL? Best, Sophie
  4. Thanks very much Leopold for offering to take a look - the site is still very much in draft. I'll send you the details.
  5. Hi there, I've used the code below to set up a transparent mobile header for my site which uses the Brine template. The mobile nav header now sits nicely over each index page banner image: @media only screen and (max-width: 640px) { .Mobile-bar--top { background: hsla(0,0,0,0) !important; position: relative; z-index: 1 !important; } .Index-page--has-image:first-of-type { margin-top: -100px !important; position: relative; z-index: 0 !important; } .sqs-block-content:first-of-type { margin-top: 50px !important; position: relative; z-index: 0 !important;
  6. Hi @samclarke78, I'm having the same issue and wonder whether you found an answer to your query? My client wants to use two separate domain names for their site so there will be a version for US visitors and another for non-UK visitors. I can't see a way of organising this without setting up two separate sites and redirecting users. However, the content will be about 90% the same in each site version...SEO alarm bells are ringing for me! Many thanks, Sophie
  7. Hi there, I have a client based in the US and UK who wants a site created with two versions; one with UK language and terminology and the other with US language and terminology. The two site versions will have separate domain names; one for the US and one for the UK. Do I have to create two separate sites (with 98% shared content, this is probably not advisable from an SEO point of view?), or is there a way that I can build all of this into one site and then direct the domains to two separate landing pages within the site without the user being aware of the existence of the other site versio
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