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  1. As far as I know, there's no way to do member only discounts, but you can create discount codes and then only give them to a particular member, and make them expire after usage or after a certain amount of time. For products, you can create a separate shop page that is only available within the member area, and have those products be discounted. Members would have to be logged in to see them.
  2. Really beautiful site! I think my only critique would be I don't love Raleway as a body, navigation or footer font. I'd probably pick something a bit heavier in weight, like Proxima Nova.
  3. Probably the best way would be to use Course Collections, maybe? You can create a Lesson that includes the video, and then in the actual video page itself, you can add as many sections as you want. You could then use custom code to remove the Complete+Continue button and create your own navigation. The reason I recommend this is that the video collection pages is pretty limited and restrictive with the description and excerpt. Courses is much more customizable. Alternatively, you can use the blog idea, which would be a bit simpler, but IMO I'd use Courses. You can then protect it with Memberspace. Let me know if you need help with this part.
  4. You can just create a separate blog page with the testimonials only in them, and hide it from search engines. From there, just connect the summary block directly to that blog page, not the one with the blog posts. Shouldn't need custom code.
  5. Are you able to provide some more screenshots of what you're trying to do, and links to the duplication and the site reference? Maybe in the editor where the options are?
  6. I don't see this photo on that page, did you change it?
  7. Hi! I'm not seeing a gradient on your header at the moment, checked all the pages. Are you able to share a screenshot of the affected page?
  8. You could try Inside the Square's simple DIY pricing tables? https://insidethesquare.co/pricing-table
  9. It's entirely possible that there's code on the template you purchased. 95% of template shops use custom code in some way. Have you tried reaching out to the designer for help? Is there a Read Me or Instructions page they included with the template? If those fail, I could take a look at the custom code in the back-end and see if I can help you fix it. The random spaces are likely custom code, but I wouldn't know without logging in.
  10. Great ideas @Jenna. I think this is a great place to start. I think Notion is a great option in the short term. You may also look into Super, which is a Notion website builder. I haven't used them before but it seems like a great service.
  11. Hey Jenna! This is unfortunately one of the things Squarespace doesn't do well, if at all. Even with a third-party service like Memberspace, you wouldn't be able to designate a particular page for each member. I did set something like this up for a client once, but it wasn't very sustainable once she had a lot of customers. Her business was a baby sleep consultant, and she would create individual pages for each of her mothers she was helping, with a password that was unique to each customer. From there, we used Airtable to allow her to put a form and table on each page. Each day, the mother would put in a diary note, and she would respond to it, kind of like a forum, so the next time the mother went to the page, the note from her would appear there. There's no way to do a progression bar like you're describing, but the above is a convoluted, yet workable option for you, maybe?
  12. You might try @WillMyers Mega Menu plugin! Check it out here: https://www.will-myers.com/articles/building-a-mega-menu-in-squarespace-71-free He also has a paid version. For mobile specifically, I don't believe you can change it too much, but this would be for desktop.
  13. Your best bet would be to use @WillMyers Mega Menu plugin! Check it out here: https://www.will-myers.com/articles/building-a-mega-menu-in-squarespace-71-free
  14. Looks like you might need to change the height of the section to not fill screen. Flip this green switch to off.
  15. Have you disabled the page on your Squarespace site? Or at least marked it as Hide from Search Engines? You can also add a 301 redirect for that particular URL, under Settings > Developer Tools > URL Mappings. The format is usually /old-url -> /new-url 301
  16. You would just have to drag the text boxes up and re-arrange on the mobile specifically. It's a bit of a pain but once you optimize it, it'll stay like that unless you move it around.
  17. Yeah, this is a known thing with Squarespace. When you add a dropdown, the parent page is not linked to anything. So often you'll need to put Page A in the dropdown, and then the sub pages underneath. For example, if it's a Services page, you'd create a Services dropdown, and then the first page within the folder would be Services Overview, then the additional service pages underneath. You can see it in action on my website: justinmabee.com.
  18. @FoxhavenGreg Hey Greg, I've done big Wordpress transfers to Squarespace before many times, and kept or improved existing search ranking as far as SEO as well. It would likely be quite a bit of work, as you've got a lot of pages, but with Saved Sections and duplication of pages, once we get the design set up, it should be relatively easy to build the rest. I can understand how it's constantly a chore to maintain this site in Wordpress and I would agree it would be much easier to maintain in Squarespace. I've done a lot of bigger migrations, here's one I just finished recently: dingsmotionusa.com Would love to chat with you if you're interested in talking more about the project and getting a quote, or to just consult as you do it yourself. We could keep the same design to keep some of the cost down, but I could see this being a 3-4 week project based on the number of pages and amount of content. I'd also recommend SEOSpace to maintain the SEO searchability, and 301 redirects in case we change any of the URLs. I've done all this stuff before many times, so feel free to reach out.
  19. AFAIK, your Workspace account is attached to your SQSP account, not your website, so even if you switch to a new site, the Workspace account should move with it. I could be wrong though, it's been a while since I moved one of these.
  20. @AndreaK I saw this happen as a bug last summer on all sites that were being edited at the time the bug struck, but it was fixed pretty quickly and I haven't seen it since. I doubt this is it, but do you have any weird custom code that could be causing it? Any plugins or chrome extensions that change Squarespace? I haven't seen it happen since last summer when it happened the first time, so hopefully it's not happening again.
  21. @CPKing Unfortunately, no. It is incredibly cumbersome, but there's no batch or fast way to do it. The blog functionality of Squarespace hasn't been updated in a number of years.
  22. You may need to use a .ttf or .otf file. WOFF files don't always work for me. Additionally, you don't need to put !important on every single line, including the top font-family part.
  23. @maknunhosen Great start! The above code you shared is to activate the font, and then you have to apply it to specific headings or fonts across the site. For example, if you want to apply it to all headings, you would put in after this: h1, h2, h3, h4 { font-family: 'boston'; }
  24. Hey there! This is an easy fix. You can navigate to any of your products in the store, go to the actual product page, and then click Edit Design. Then click Edit Section. From there, you should see Product Navigation > Breadcrumbs. You can switch this to None.
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