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Millermore

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  1. The solution I posted is for the standard forms, not the lightbox versions. Not sure how to solve it for the lightbox forms. You can try the standard form with the solution I posted and see if that's better than what you have now.
  2. It looks fine on my iPhone. Try adding the code I posted above. Maybe they have zoom/larger text for accessibility on their phone which is making everything look larger for them? Maybe that's causing an issue. Otherwise, looks find, I can see the submit button, but it still zooms in, so try the code above.
  3. Enter this into the page settings -> Advanced -> Header code injection on the page with the form you want to fix: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0,user-scalable=0"/> Got this solution from: https://www.warrenchandler.com/2019/04/02/stop-iphones-from-zooming-in-on-form-fields/
  4. Actually just found a solution on this page: https://www.warrenchandler.com/2019/04/02/stop-iphones-from-zooming-in-on-form-fields/ I went with the meta tag solution. I placed the meta tag on the page settings with the contact form I wanted to fix, in the Advanced area -> Header code injection. Just enter in: <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0,user-scalable=0"/>
  5. I just had a lead tell me they had this "issue" with the form zoom in on their phone. I'd also be interested in a way to prevent this. I tried this on my iPhone on a Wordpress site I built with Gravity Forms, and there is no zoom in. I understand it may be a feature of iPhone or iOS, but there's either something with Squarespace forms that trigger this zoom in effect, or others like Gravity Forms that prevents it.
  6. This worked for me: .ProductList-grid .tag-ENTER_TAG_HERE { display: none; } Not sure if this will work in 7.1, but worked for a 7.0 site I used it on.
  7. My thoughts are that Squarespace needs to take this seriously, or else people may jump ship to another web builder. Since we have absolutely no control over these things to optimize performance, this may push people to start looking elsewhere. Hopefully they are planning on addressing this in a new version of Squarespace, such as 7.2 or 8. It's frustrating because for all of the great features within Squarespace, the beautiful templates and user-friendliness of the platform, there are several areas Squarespace ignores or drops the ball. In the years I've been using the platform, as an example, I don't remember any updates to the Form block functionality, even after other platforms such as TypeForm revolutionized web forms. But Core Web Vitals is the type of "con" to weigh so heavily, with no solution for optimizing performance, it may push even the most ardent supporters of Squarespace to look at other platforms. The first competitor to address this could see a lot of new subscribers, so hopefully it's something Squarespace doesn't just ignore, as there is a huge opportunity for them to steal people away from their competitors, rather than lose them.
  8. I ran into this same issue just now. I was told by Squarespace's live chat support that in Chrome and Safari, due to authentication protocols, the setting "Allow anonymous comments" must be turned on in order to get the comment box to appear. Once I turned that on, the comment box appeared on all posts. Hope that helps!
  9. How can I add an icon to the description of a gallery image? When I enter in the HTML, it writes it out instead of turning the code into an image. The Gallery text areas don't have HTML enabled. Is there a way to enable HTML in those areas?
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