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  1. You have to import the google font via javascript instead. Use a code injection instead. For some reason the custom style editor in squarespace doesn't allow external imports. lessCss does, squarespace does not.
  2. I ended up creating specific CNAME-entries for each customer. Not optimal, but not a big deal for me either.
  3. Took a while until I got around to this. I tried injecting the following: <link rel="stylesheet/less" type="text/css" href="https://static.currics.com/css/generic.less" crossorigin="anonymous" /> <script src="//cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/less" ></script> I had already configured CORS on the server as well. This sort of works. Everything looks fine when visiting the page ... BUT ... that less file isn't parsed when I'm editing my site. So depending on how custom stuff you have it might not be a good idea. For me it didn't work out. I still think it should be possi
  4. I have two different sites to handle two languages. ( currics.com and currics.se ) Is it possible for them to share common css somehow? I have tried having a common less file on another server and importing it via less, but it doesn't seem to work This at the top of my custom css: @import url(https://static.currics.com/css/generic.less); just gives me an error: Cannot read property 'href' of undefined. Not sure about if I will end up in Cross-origin problems later but the error comes before that, in the editor. Shouldn't this be possible?
  5. Nope it's a DNS question. Stuff that happens before a request hits squarespace (or some other place as in my case).
  6. Is it possible to create a wildcard CNAME somehow? I'm trying to setup *.lms.currics.com -> currics.talentlms.com But that's not valid according to squarespace even though it should be. Any way around this without creating bunches of specific CNAMES for customers?
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