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  1. Hey, @mwatts! If you are having issues editing your site, you may benefit from reaching out to the support team: Squarespace Support What you are describing isn't expected behavior, so they should be able to assist with that. The issue you’re seeing might actually be related to your browser. Browsers can cause a variety of display and editing errors on a site. To rule out the browser as the cause of the issue, try the troubleshooting steps listed in this guide: Browser troubleshooting Hope this helps!
  2. Hey, @ivettehd! If you are still looking for a solution, Squarespace feature Member Areas will do the trick: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  3. Hey, @DGWebs! You should also consider looking into the new Squarespace product called Member Areas, if you haven't implemented another solution yet. I think you will find this helpful: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  4. Hey,@Stereoknob! If you are still looking for a solution, you may want to check new Squarespace feature called Member Areas. This handy guide should help: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  5. @Stereoknob & @todd4, if you are still looking into this, you may want to check out the new Squarespace feature called Member Areas. Take a look at this guide here for more information, should you need it: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  6. Hey, @Shereen! If you are still looking for an alternative, Squarespace has recently released a new feature called Member Areas. You can read more about it here: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  7. Hey, @lucky14! Squarespace has recently released a new feature called Member Areas that you may want to look into for your site: Getting started with Member Areas With this you are able to create member-only areas behind a Paywall or account creation. Hope this helps!
  8. Hey, @laddaa! If you are still looking for a way to add a Paywall to your Squarespace site, you may be interested in exploring a new feature called Member Areas that was recently introduced. Here is a quick link to a guide for the reference, should you need it: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  9. Hey, @savagehealth! Since you've posted this Squarespace has introduced a new feature called Member Areas that you may be interested in exploring for your site. Check this out, if you are still looking for a solution: Getting started with Member Areas Hope this helps!
  10. Hi @ACScruggs, You could look into using thumbnail navigation to link to categories or, alternatively, use Product Blocks on the Layout Page to create a custom landing page with a particular selection. You can find more information about this here: Thumbnail Navigation Product Blocks Hope it helps!
  11. Hey @MM1! I've checked your site using Google Chrome and not seeing issues with the footer. Take a look: Screenshot The issue you’re seeing might actually be related to your browser. Browsers can cause a variety of display and editing errors on a site. To rule out the browser as the cause of the issue, try the troubleshooting steps listed in this guide: Browser troubleshooting Hope this helps!
  12. Hey @Bdobell! As mentioned by @sruss76, it does look like that while your site is set to Public, there is still a password added to your homepage. It is possible to individually password-protect pages and they do not become public, regardless of the site status, until you remove the password. Here is a quick link to a guide for the reference, should you need it: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022365512-Controlling-who-can-see-your-site-s-pages Hope this helps!
  13. Hey @junglejow! If you would like to display all the blog posts in the Summary Block and you have more than 30, you could try following the process outlined here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115013250848-Displaying-collection-items-in-Summary-Blocks#toc-displaying-more-than-30-items If you are looking to do something else, please share more information and the site URL. Hope this helps!
  14. Hey@terrymcdonaldd, Yeah, changing Default Country in Address Fields would help with that, if your cheaper shipping option is from the location you choose. If you have multiple shipping options available for the same location, the cheapest one will show first by default. Here is a quick link to a guide for the reference, should you need it: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206540957-Checkout-settings Glad to see you have figured this one out and it is now resolved. Have a good one!
  15. Hey @Furikiteboarding, From your screenshot it looks like you are seeing an overlay color, when you are adding Card Image Blocks. To change this, navigate to Design -> Colors -> and edit the theme that appears over the section where you are adding these Image Blocks. The tweak you need to remove this overlay color is called Image Block: Card -> Image Overlay. You may also want to check out this guide on editing colors: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815278-Changing-colors Hope this helps!
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