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ThompsonWebDesign

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  1. Unfortunately you cannot set shipping options based on the type of product or remove a shipping options for a particular type of product. In Squarespace all shipping options have to be applicable to all products. It is unfortunate and I have run into the same issue myself but there is not way around it.
  2. The only non-technical way to avoid the credit card section of the checkout flow is to set your products to be free. But this probably isn’t ideal. I believe that @paul2009 has built similar systems in the past to the one that your are trying to build where customs submit an enquiry form from the cart page instead of proceeding to the checkout page. I would recommend getting in contact with Paul.
  3. As @paul2009 said there’s no way to do this automatically. But if you do cancel the orders manually then Squarespace will still keep the order information just like any other order. They will still appear in the orders panel but will be marked as cancelled.
  4. So it does depend on what template your are switching from and which template you are switching to. Some templates are more SEO friendly then others. As a general rule you should try and maintain everything. This includes page titles, page descriptions, URLs, image captions and image names... If you do this then you shouldn’t really see any noticeable drop. I just recently rebuilt my website which was on version 7.0 of Squarespace and I switched to version 7.1 Squarespace. I did not see a drop in my search engine position but I maintained and preserved everything. I basically made a carbon copy of my website on version 7.1. In fact because version 7.1 of Squarespace is faster and more SEO friendly I experienced a slight increase in my position. That is not to say that you will have the same experience. But if you plan it out correctly and make sure that everything is maintained and carried over then you should really have too much of a problem. At most you may Experian e a slight, temporary decrease in your positioning.
  5. I've linked to a guide below which talks about how to add a custom font to your website and target specific elements with CSS. This particular guide targets the websites navigation so to target the title you will need to change: .Header-nav--primary .Header-nav-item to .Header-branding https://thirtyeightvisuals.com/blog/custom-font-navigation-items
  6. I would look into what services your domain provider offers. I’m with Cloudflare and I know that I can restrict certain pages to specific IP addresses through them. But just be cautious when your restricting page access just by someone’s IP address. Ideally if there is sensitive information on the page you would still want a password.
  7. No contributors do not need to purchase separate plans, the plan that the owner is subscribed to is in reference to the website itself. Just be aware that if they have subscribed to the Personal plan that the number of contributors is limited to 2. On every other plan you can have an unlimited number of contributors. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206537287-Inviting-a-contributor
  8. It’s not ideal for SEO abut Google will see the main URL of the index page and index it accordingly. In the past I’ve noticed that Google has then marked the individual pages in the index as canonical. Overall I’ve still managed to rank highly with index pages before so it shouldn’t be a problem https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/139066?hl=en
  9. The easiest way would be to create a discount code that gives free shipping on orders over €100. If you’re on the Advance Commerce plan you can set to trigger automatically when all conditions are met. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205811178-Creating-discounts
  10. It usually takes a couple of days after you launch your website for Squarespace to generate a site map.
  11. Unfortunately this isn’t possible by default in Squarespace. @michaeleparkour Universal Filter has a sort by price feature and will do what you need. https://www.squarewebsites.org/products/universal-filter
  12. I see that you have AJAX enabled on your website, try disabling AJAX on your website; this should make you anchor links work. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000253288-Ajax-loading
  13. It is difficult for us to help you troubleshoot if we can't access the page that you are working on. Would you be able to share a screenshot of the description and preview? In what way is the preview not displaying correctly? Are you typing the description into the SEO description? https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206016198-Adding-SEO-descriptions#toc-add-seo-descriptions-to-pages
  14. Would you be able to set your websites visibility to Password Protected and share the password with us? https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002088548-Publishing-or-hiding-your-site
  15. Are you able to share a link to your website?
  16. Try placing the below in your websites CSS. .sqs-block-summary-v2 .summary-price .product-price { font-size: 14px!important; }
  17. Have you tried adding !important to the CSS? .Main.Main--products-item{ background-color: white!important; }
  18. So it looks like the blue is coming through because it's your websites background colour. Try the below piece of CSS. .Main .Main--products-item { background-color: white; } I've never added a banner image to a product page but just from a user experience standpoint I don't really think adding a banner is a great idea.
  19. Yes and no. You can but it is going to be a lot of work. The solution is to use variants. So the variant title would be called Quantity. Then each variant would be a different quantity, 1, 2, 3... You would then price each variant accordingly. But like I said this is a lot of work, you won't be able to keep track of inventory, updating prices will be tedious and each variant will need its own SKU.
  20. Whilst you could technically code a solution for minimum order quantities you can't strictly enforce it. This is because the checkout page gives customers the ability to adjust the quantities that they have in their cart. You cannot change this or add code to stop people doing this on the checkout page, as the checkout is locked down in order to be PCI compliant.
  21. I've noticed that you've added some CSS to fix the header. I would suggest making the header Sticky instead of Fixed. I would use the below CSS instead, this will solve the issue you're having with the navigation. .Header.Header--top { position: sticky; position: -webkit-sticky; top: 0px; z-index: 9999; background-color: rgba(0,0,0,.6); } As for the product pages and the background/font colours would you be able to clarify what you mean? From what I can see your backgrounds are already white and the font is already black.
  22. Try placing the below in your websites global CSS. I've assumed from your code that you want to keep the underline for H1, H2 and H3. If not just remove the p. p a {border:none!important;}
  23. Even two fonts seems a bit excessive. There are very few situations where using more than one font makes sense from both a speed and user experience perspective. There are many free services online that will compress your images for you. Just Google images compress. I have linked to an example below. https://tinyjpg.com/ Unfortunately if you would like to switch to 7.1 then you will need to rebuild your website as there is no migration tool at present.
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