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  1. Hi @JessicaM I wanted to say HUGE thanks for your thoughtful and generously long reply! I've just migrated to 7.1, so doing some clean ups across the site (it already looks better but some stuff has got worse), and will 100% factor in your suggestions. VERTICAL NAVIGATION: Gone. Thanks, I totally agree. Think it was different for different's sake! COLOUR: I love colours but I'm not a designer, and that maybe shows (as the logo and site design are by me)! I'd always thought blue (as close to the blue from Monet's icarus as I could get) and gold were a nice combination. They have however been hard to find additional colours to go with (hence the swathes of white/gold/blue). What would you suggest? MOUNTAINS SHOULD BE PEOPLE: Such an amazing point. Thank you. Done! TAGLINE SHOULD BE A CALL TO ACTION: You are right! LOGOS: Will look at that. I think I agree they seem a bit dominent/cramped. LOSE THE MOVING BUTTONS: Done! ONE BUTTON FOR EACH SECTION: On it! I think I've achieved decision paralysis on which buttons to keep/chuck! TOO MUCH IN ACCORDIONS: Makes good sense. Will add that to the list to move into either services or about page. USE PLAIN ENGLISH: This made me chuckle. Will stop levitating and address! FUTURA: Is back! Wonder if I need a second font to contrast? PLUS SIGNS IN FOOTER: You're right, it makes the footer awkward, will use smaller font / find another way. Again I am so grateful! I owe you a huge thank you! Please feel free to hit me up for some time in the future! Ryan x
  2. Hi @JessicaM I love your suggestions!!!!! Would you do me the greatest kindness of looking at my site too: www.levitate.london ? I've just committed the cardinal error of changing all fonts from Adobe Typekit FuturaPT (it was BEAUTIFUL) to plain old HelveticaNeue in the quest for faster page speed according to Google Speed Test, but it barely made a difference and the site is ugiler than it was 2 days ago!
  3. One of our customers booked 3 spaces in a group class, all on one payment card and email address. This happens from time to time, and I wondered if there is an easy way to then reassign the appointments to the correct names? i.e. Alfie buys 3 places: one is for him, and the other two are for Betsy and Caroline. Is there an easy way for the Acuity Scheduling admin to reassign so that Betsy and Caroline (who have previously booked with us) are able to receive the reminder emails/texts and follow up emails? Thanks so much in advance!
  4. Our web speed test results always make for brutal reading. Please please please Squarespace, give us a sign, and support WebP!
  5. Similar. Am wondering how to speed this up (i.e. set the cache policy to say 1 year for hero images, to avoid users repeatedly waiting 2+ seconds for them to load)
  6. Page speed is killing us: Our Squarespace 7.0 page at www.levitate.london speed score is terminal on desktop (21/100) and terrible on mobile (38/100). If anyone wants to take a kind look, our page is and our Google pagespeed score is screen shotted below! Our issues: We're kind of image heavy. We've got quite a bit of extra code (just in terms of Hubspot chatbot and cookies, Google analytics, Facebook pixel, mailchimp etc). We'd love to port to Squarespace 7.1 but can't afford to rebuild (we have a lot of pages). What we've tried: Reducing image sizes. Losing background videos (hosted on Vimeo). Reducing number of Adobe Typekit fonts from 2 to 1. We have often dropped Squarespace a suggestion to (1) accept new image formats (2) show the file size of all images and videos on the site (this could be a column in the Asset Library, but so far no dice!! Help: We'd really love some help!
  7. Can we just add our voice to the chorus? Our Squarespace 7.0 page at www.levitate.london speed score is terminal on desktop (21/100) and terrible on mobile (38/100). If anyone wants to take a kind look, our page is and our Google pagespeed score is screen shotted below! Our issues: We're kind of image heavy. We've got quite a bit of extra code (just in terms of Hubspot chatbot and cookies, Google analytics, Facebook pixel, mailchimp etc). We'd love to port to Squarespace 7.1 but can't afford to rebuild (we have a lot of pages). What we've tried: Reducing image sizes. Losing background videos. Reducing number of Adobe Typekit fonts from 2 to 1. We have often dropped Squarespace a suggestion to (1) accept new image formats (2) show the file size of all images and videos on the site (this could be a column in the Asset Library, but so far no dice!! Help: We'd really love some help!
  8. Hi @Ziggy, hope you're really great! Would you mind awfully taking a look at my footer source code at www.levitate.london and seeing if you can spot why everything in the footer menu is off-center on mobile? I used this custom CSS, which looks fab on desktop: // center footer navigation - desktop // .Footer-middle { justify-content: center; text-align: center; } And this for mobile, which strangely is a little to the right of center (though to be fair I really don't fully understand CSS): // center footer navigation - mobile // @media @mobile { nav.Footer-nav * { width: 100% !important; max-width: unset !important; text-align: center !important; justify-content: center !important; } .Footer-business { display:none !important;} } Much appreciate any help (and also that you mightn't have time for this)!! Thanks again, Ryan
  9. Damn this is depressing reading. I started this process 6 months ago, but gave up because my site is so huge, it would take hundreds of hours to achieve. Still holding out on that migration tool! Or a better Squarespace customer experience!
  10. It worked! Thank you Ziggy, you're a life saver, a scholar and a gent!
  11. Thanks so much my site is https://www.levitate.london
  12. Hello, I'm praying someone can help, hehe, as I've come up against the limit of my CSS knowledge! I've used the following custom CSS to center my mobile menu, for my Squarespace 7.0 Brine site, and it looks great: /* center mobile navigation menu*/ .Mobile-overlay-nav-item, .Mobile-overlay-folder-item { text-align: center; } .Mobile-overlay-menu { width: 100%; z-index: 1; } /*end code*/ This is the result: However, as you can see the secondary nav is a button (as I specified in my Site Styles) and it is for some reason still justified left. I've tried a number of things, inspecting the page elements and trying to force it with code like: .Mobile-overlay-nav-Mobile-overlay-nav--secondary {justify: center; text-align: center;} but that doesn't change it and I'm sure I'm making a basic error in the CSS. Can you point me right? Thank you so much! Ryan x
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