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    dgaebel reacted to Collaborada in Meta Description Issue   
    The reply above might mislead or confuse beginners:
    The length of a meta description is not limited to 150-160 characters. Shorter or sometimes longer descriptions can be appropriate. Google's documentation currently states: "There's no limit on how long a meta description can be, but the snippet is truncated in Google Search results as needed, typically to fit the device width." It is important to understand that including the “main keyword you want to rank for” has no impact on page ranking. The URL Inspection Tool is meant for checking individual page status, not for routine checks of “all URLs.” And requesting indexing does not guarantee quick updates in search results or “refreshed data.” For up-to-date info refer to Google documentation:
    Page descriptions: https://developers.google.com/search/docs/appearance/snippet URL inspection tool: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9012289
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    dgaebel reacted to Sifat_SEOSpace in Meta Description Issue   
    Hi- @dgaebel,
    I understand your concern. Below, I've added some potential solutions that might be helpful:
    This is a common concern; Google sometimes prefers to generate its meta descriptions based on the content of the page and the user's search query. Even if you have specified a meta description in the backend of your site, Google may choose to display a different snippet if it believes it's more relevant to the user's query. While you can't control Google's algorithm, you can optimize your meta descriptions to be descriptive, relevant, and compelling, increasing the likelihood that Google will use them. You can keep your meta description within 150-160 characters and include the primary keyword you want to rank for; the latter will help you with the CTR. Guidance: How to Edit and Optimize Meta Description: https://youtu.be/NeweiQFqGWs?si=eHBswz84zMT6jhPf  Use the URL Inspection Tool on Google Search Console to perform live tests for all the URLs and submit indexing requests while doing the live tests. It will help refresh the data in the search results. URL Inspection Tool: https://youtu.be/Pe_-TkdbXN0      Google Search Console Guide (+ Tips & Tricks): https://youtu.be/WAjd9B7whgY?si=lqQFSaFU2LFw2jx    If you require further clarification, please don't hesitate to ask.
    Sadul Sifat.
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    dgaebel reacted to paul2009 in Hide the View Event button on upcoming events   
    You can hide it for all events by adding this to Design > Custom CSS:
    /* Hide 'View Event' button */ a.eventlist-button.sqs-editable-button.sqs-button-element--primary { display: none; } If you only want to hide the button for some of the events, you'll need to specify the URL of each event. For example, to hide the button for the first event on the list, you could use:
    /* Hide button on 27 January 2023 event */ a[href="/sachi-ne/sd4acce77nqtbn7fd6fplambiot1kp"].eventlist-button.sqs-editable-button.sqs-button-element--primary {     display: none; }  
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    dgaebel reacted to tuanphan in Change mobile navigation in 7.1   
    Change 799px to 1024px
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    dgaebel reacted to jpeter in Change mobile navigation in 7.1   
    Adding the following CSS should put you in a good spot:
    /* Mobile nav styles */ @media (max-width: 799px){ /* Make the sub menu and container that contains the icons spaced apart into a column */ .header--menu-open .header-menu .header-menu-nav-list { display: flex; flex-direction: column; justify-content: space-between; } /* Override default properties to bring the sub menu into view */ .header-menu-nav-folder { position: relative; transform: translateX(0); min-height: auto; } /* Reduce the font size and adjust the space between the lines */ .header-menu-nav-folder a { font-size: 2.1rem; line-height: 1; } /* Override the default `position` and `min-height` properties of the main menu container that also contains the icons and place it below the sub menu using the `order` property. */ .header-menu-nav-folder[data-folder="root"] { position: relative; min-height: auto; order: 2; } /* Hide the container of the main menu */ .header-menu-nav-folder[data-folder="root"] .header-menu-nav-folder-content { display: none; } /* Hide the back button */ .header-menu-controls-control[data-action="back"] { display: none; } } See article on how to add CSS: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815928-Adding-custom-HTML-CSS-and-JavaScript
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