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ThompsonWebDesign

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  1. It’s a difficult question and you strategy will depend very much on your business, industry and customer base. 

    Whilst Wordpress can offer SEO tools like Yoast I personally believe that they are somewhat useless if you don’t understand SEO yourself. In a way they provide a false sense of security. After all Yoast is simply a tool to optimise your website with a bit of handholding, they point you in the right direction but it is still down to you. You can have all the SEO tools in the world and still not rank on Google  

    I would start by researching current SEO trends and how to implement them into an an SEO strategy and in Squarespace. Who and what do you want to target.

    Next familiarise yourself with the Squarespace platform. What goes where, where to put page descriptions, how URL are formatted... There are some oddities like image captions but once you’ve gotten used to it you will quickly realise that you can optimise almost all the same things that you can on Wordpress. 

    Also remember that your websites speed is also a contributing factor to you search engine position. Try to stick to one font, compress your image and try not to use too many scripts. 

    I have personally managed to get a few websites to rank in the number one spot on Google and they were all hilt on Squarespace so there’s really no reason why you can’t as well. Good luck!


  2. So the URL of your the order confirmation page is yourwebsite.com/checkout/order-confirmaed but when somebody places an order a more dynamic URL is created and it will look like this.

    https://thompsonweb.design/checkout/order-confirmed?oid=5d8267a368c1402ec799fa46&authCode=NWQ4MjY3YTM2OGMxNDAyZWM3OTlmYTQ2OjIwMTktMDktMThUMTc6MjE6MzcuNzQ4Wgh_JynainhwKA-jOZusxBm2SiPUDJh4ewo-XxNU4hgW

    However, if you use the built in Google Analytics tool then Squarespace will automatically pass the order information along to Google Analytics. This information includes.

    • Order ID
    • Your store name
    • Purchase total (includes shipping)
    • Customer's city, region, and country
    • Product name
    • SKU

    https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815608-Using-Google-Analytics-with-Squarespace#toc-conversion-tracking

    If however you would like to create your own integration then you would need to add any code to the order confirmation page code injector. Just be aware that if you are also using the built in integration that you may end up with duplicate results. 

    https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815908-Using-Code-Injection


  3. Yes, try the below CSS.

    .Header--top, .Mobile-bar--top {
        background-image: url(https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5d4c573da7991a00018356bc/t/5dd5ef4cd168ef7c6a901a6b/1574301516774/Untitled+design.jpg);
        background-size: cover;
        background-position: center center;
    }
     

  4. I'm assuming that you're not actually offering the properties for purchase directly off your website. If that is the case I would simply set the price to 0, then depending on which template you are using you can hide the price in the style editor. 

    From there I would manually enter the price into the product overview text.

    The only real downside I can see is that you won't be able to display the price of the main product overview page, product blocks...


  5. Unfortunately Squarespace doesn't support INR. As this is to do with the commerce functionality of Squarespace this can't be adjusted with code.

    The best thing to do is register a feature request with support for INR support.

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