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  1. As you can tell from the images attached, the "shop" link which is part of the secondary navigation doesn't show up on google search as a sitelink at all. I know you can't control/customize sitelinks, but are there any workarounds that I can do to add "shop" as a link to the search result? Should I add a link to the primary nav and then hide it in css? If so how do I isolate and hide only one header link, and still have the rest be centered on the page?
  2. I'm trying to advertise new products on the home page, but I don't want to show sold-out items. Anyone has any idea how to do something like this? Thanks!
  3. Aha! I figured it out! ------------------- #thumb-your-product-url .product-scarcity { display:none !important; } ------------------- Thank you for the offer though, hope this will help other people who are looking to do the same. Especially for those who sell one-of-a-kind products along with with other regular products.
  4. I know that it has something to do with .product-scarcity { display:none; } But I don't know how to target that to certain products only, I don't know how to correctly identify the right item # or id and how to put it together. Please help! Thank you!!
  5. This is not related, but it's also important to be able to create quantity based discounts/sets & bundles. Anything... any tool that helps businesses sell their products is especially crucial right now.
  6. The problem is that I'm already using the tag function for adding brand names, so it'll have to be added somewhere else.
  7. Would like to be able to add Product Labels like "New", "Going Fast", "Trending", "Best Selling" etc. with the same styling as the Squarespace "SALE" or "Limited Availability" label without replacing them, so you will have the option to either add an overlaid rectangular (or circular depending on the theme) label on the top right corner of the product image, or as a line of text under the product name & price. Thank you!
  8. This seems to only sync inventory among different sales channels though, they don't seem to offer that within one sales channel. Do you have any experience using their service? If so, can you share your thoughts?
  9. This all started when I was researching to see if Squarespace offers any solutions that would allow you to set quantity-based discounts (i.e. $4/each, 3 for $10), and long story short - there isn't any which is a huge bummer. Then I'm thinking that maybe I could post a product listing and call it a "bundle", a "set" or a "box" priced at $10, and customers can select 3 products that are eligible for the discount as variants, but in this case, tracking inventory will be a huge mess. So my question is, can I use the same SKU in multiple listings? And what will happen if I do that? Will they share the same inventory cuz if they do, that'd be real nice. Please help! Thank you!
  10. If Squarespace doesn't allow you to set discount based on quantity, or bundles, the least they can do is allow people to edit the invoice manually to reflect the discounted price...
  11. @JoGutierrez Is there anything squarespace can do to help with this?
  12. @JoGutierrez is this something you can help with? There are many variations of the same question floating around forum.
  13. Right now, the only workaround I found is posting tax exempt products as service products but it is far from ideal.
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