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  1. Hey Simon - This is a major ux flaw and oversight. Really, it should be a clean, simple and intuitive dropdown like every other worthy ecommerce site out there. I'm hoping Squarespace addresses this sooner than later; The user currently has no cues that there are other "hidden" categories there. They don't know what they don't know, and that's not a good thing for sales conversion! To make the Product Detail page sub-nav more palatable for now, I ended up creating some custom CSS to get around (aka band-aid) the problem. My CSS centers, tightens up, and displays ALL visible product
  2. Unfortunately, Squarespace is currently built where if you edit the layout of one store, it effects all the others. Don't ask me why! Their multi-store support is not robust at this time. Hoping for more options and flexibility going forward. However, this post does have a workaround. Not ideal, but it should work for your needs:
  3. rwp, still no go unfortunately. I fixed the <script> tag. Good catch. I also tried adding your script to site-wide injection, and "Shop" page injection (not at the same time) but neither worked. Here's the bare-bones staging site: https://poodle-dandelion-3fkk.squarespace.com/shop pswd: interwebs Would appreciate any other thoughts if you have them.
  4. rwp, First off, this is a MUST HAVE. The horizontal Cat scroll is a ux nightmare. I tried exactly what you laid out. Tested on mobile. Unfortunately, no effect. - Added Jquery to global header - Added your JS script to global header To be clear, I am supposed to put the Jquery in the header code injection area, correct? And same with your script? I made sure to add <script>and</script> tags See attached screenshot to confirm. Any further guidance would be very much appreciated.
  5. Or Squarespace engineers could just... you know... make it work like every other site on the internet. Just a thought vs resorting to obtuse or temporary workarounds like JS injections. Same boat here. Want it. Need it. Waiting patiently for it.
  6. You could probably do it with JS. You would have to look into it, get some help etc. Plenty of front-end devs out there to collab with. I agree, it's a common-sense feature. After all, SQS's main thing is "rich experiences" that are easy to create and manage. Playing multiple videos on load or when playhead is clicked makes sense to me. For now, in 7.1 I'm using full bg video on our new site (sorry, no link yet). The main problem here is that it's YouTube, Vimeo or bust - take your pick. Whereas Squarespace should allow us to upload our clips natively, skipping the nonsense of 3rd part
  7. Robino is exactly right. Unlike with 7.0 where anchor links scroll smoothly to the next section in say, an index page, 7.1 loads the target section. Apparently it's modular containers are fused together in a new way that creates an undesirable 'page load' effect when targeting sections with anchors vs smooth scrolling to it like 7.0. Not ideal. I've tried a few tricks but nothing has worked yet. Will post if anything changes. Hopefully their engineers can figure out how to allow for smooth anchor scrolling the way we are all used to implementing it.
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