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  1. Site URL: https://sparrow-opossum-cbnn.squarespace.com/about#our-team I have built a "team" section on my client's 7.0 Brine site at https://sparrow-opossum-cbnn.squarespace.com/about#our-team (p/w: Melissa) that leverages code blocks to create a hover effect/light box for each team member. It looks great on desktop, but when you move over to mobile, because they are individual blocks, they stack in a single column. Since there are a lot of team members, this makes for a very long scroll, so I would like to have them stack in two columns on mobile screens. Is there some simple CSS I can use to target these blocks in mobile?
  2. Just circling back on this topic to note that Shopify just released a feature this week that adds an option for configuring a tab in your store's cart so that shoppers can select Pick Up or Shipping, and finish their purchase with an experience tailored to their choice: https://help.shopify.com/en/manual/sell-in-person/pos-classic/shopify-pos-from-admin/buy-online-pickup-in-store?utm_source=exacttarget&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=retail-covid19-localpickup Does anyone know if there is a more formal way to request this sort of update to the platform than simply posting in this forum and hoping someone notices? Or a way to sign up to be notified if/when it is released? Because I will definitely be the first to adopt!! Also glad to be on the beta test team!
  3. I'm with you mackenziedesign. The "New Normal" for many e-commerce sites (including the one I just built for my local farmers, who are offering pre-ordering of produce for no-touch local pick-up) is ALL about pick ups. It has virtually nothing to do with shipping. The fact is, the way the Squarespace shopping cart has been configured up to now, we are stuck having to find ways to hide notes here and there on our sites, explaining why, when you get to the cart, you have to enter an address in a section called "Shipping" before you can complete your order for "Pick-up." The little trick for adding free pick up as a "Flat Rate" option via the Shipping settings is great, but when it's surrounded by a UX that implies all products must be shipping, people get spooked by all the follow up windows that include language alluding to where your order is going to "ship," and end up abandoning their carts or just skipping the online purchase and calling their order in. Whaddaya say Squarespace? Anything in the works for adding an alternate default cart structure/behavior that specifies a Pick Up scenario instead of a Shipping scenario?
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