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  1. Is there a way to consolidate the index pages, so they are just one page? I need the design, but I don't care for the two URLs. I want it to be a single URL.
  2. Does anyone know how to pass through UTM parameters on secondary pages within an index? I'm using this script to pass through the UTM parameters to SQF, and using hidden fields on the form (SQF_CAMPAIGN, etc.). I can get the parameters to pass through on the first indexed page (eg. xyz.com/landingpage), but the second page on the index (eg. xyz.com/landingpage-1) will not submit the parameters. Can anyone think of a workaround? Page Looks like this: INDEX PAGE 1 FORM 1 PAGE 2 FORM 2 Reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57600462/how-to-track-utm-data-in-squarespace-form-submissions
  3. I have 6 buttons that are horizontal to each other on desktop view and eventually move to a horizontal view when moving to tablet or mobile. The issue I am having is the buttons are overlapping each other in some responsive views and it looks tacky. How can I make sure the buttons don't overlap when changing to a responsive view? In addition, the buttons are not evenly spaced.
  4. I built a URL for testing related to paid search and was testing it within email. Whenever I clicked on the link in email the result in the browser was different. I'm not sure what is happening... Link In Email:http://www.website.com/landing-page?utmsource=emailtest&utmmedium=emailtest&utmcampaign=nocampaigntest&utmterm=landingpagetest&utmcontent=emailtest Result in browser:https://www.website.com/landing-page?utmterm=landingpagetest&utmcontent=emailtest
  5. I found some additional information regarding this capability: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57600462/how-to-track-utm-data-in-squarespace-form-submissions I'm looking at Option 1 and Option 2 and it seems as though both of these could be placed in Google Tag Manager. Anyone else have some knowledge of this?
  6. Appreciate the reply @Paul2009. It seems as though I can't use UTM parameters in the link to tie to Google Analytics and have Squarespace capture that link. Looks like I am limited to the sqf_source. So instead of a link coming from Paid Search www.ssqstns.com/utm=abc it would have to be www.ssqstns.com/sqff_source=abc, right? I really don't want to lose the analytics data. Other workarounds possible?
  7. Trying to figure out if squarespace as the capabilities to submit the link someone submitted their information on? For example, if I'm running a paid search campaign and the url includes all the UTM parameters I would like to see that as well.
  8. Does anyone know how to tie and track a paid search keyword to the lead submission? I want to know what leads are using what keywords. I understand I can set up multiple landing pages, but if I have hundreds of keywords I'll have hundreds of landing pages. I just want to know what the lead clicked before they submitted a form. I have GA and GTM on the site now. Any advice?
  9. If I had a bullet list like the following: Product A Product B Product C Product D Is there a way, that if a visitor hovers with their mouse or the touch of their finger on a mobile device will popup a floating window with additional text description?
  10. @tuanphan Here is the CSS I have for this page. #collection-5d6341b2f8b6d200017b4c40 { .Header {display:none;} .Footer {display:none;} .Mobile {display:none;} .form-wrapper .field-list .field .field-element {background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.5); } .form-wrapper .field-list .field .field-element:focus { background-color: rgba(255,255,255,.9); } .sqs-block-form input {color: white;} .sqs-block-form input:focus {color: black;} .form-button-wrapper .sqs-editable-button-color {background-color: rgba(255,0,0,1);} } My issue is with the Form button. You can see when you hover over it turns white and the text stays white as well. I'd like to have some contrast with the text when the hover happens. In addition, I need to anchor link the button at the bottom of the page to the form. That may be another post.
  11. I'm editing a collection landing page and here is the CSS I have developed so far: #collection-xxxxxx { .Header {display:none;} .Footer {display:none;} .form-wrapper .field-list .field .field-element {background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.5); } .form-wrapper .field-list .field .field-element:focus { background-color: rgba(255,255,255,.9); } .sqs-block-form input {color: white;} .sqs-block-form input:focus {color: black;} .form-button-wrapper .sqs-editable-button-color {background-color: rgba(255,0,0,1);} .sgs-editable-button-color:hover {color: blue;} } I set up the form, so that it is transparent and when you enter text the fields are white (text black) and when you are not editing the fields the text is white. I'm having issues with the button. When I hover over the button the background is white. I want the button background to be red, text white, and when I hover over the button the background either stays red or changes to anything but a light color. I'm okay with the button hover to change to white if I can have the button text color change to black at the same time. What am I missing here?
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