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ThompsonWebDesign

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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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;}
  5. 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.
  6. Do you have content insets enabled? If so this is likely causing the problem, if they are not important to your websites design I would recommend setting them to 0 instead of trying to code a solution. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/212511488-Content-inset
  7. Unfortunately as this is regarding the system level of Squarespace there isn't anything that you can do with custom code to work around this issue.
  8. Yes, you are right. Unfortunately Squarespace doesn't allow for discounts with multiple conditions. This does mean that it will have to be one or the other and as this is something at the system level of Squarespace there isn't really a way around it. The only real way around the problem would be to keep the discount code by category. Then post a notice that says if you are buying two or more games use discount code YOURDISCOUNTCODE at checkout and trust that only eligible customers will use the discount code. It's not a great solution but really the only viable one. I would recommend also submitting a feature request with Squarespace Support for multiple conditions with discount codes.
  9. The thing is that Google Page Insights are more for developers who have access to the websites underlying code and structure. Unfortunately Squarespace doesn't offer such access and there for Google Page Insights isn't really the best tool to use when looking at the speed of your website. In general all Squarespace websites rank low however I have just switched to version 7.1 of Squarespace and am achieving a score of 50 for mobile and 89 for desktop. So this is something that Squarespace is working on but I imagine that their efforts will be focusing on version 7.1 not 7.0. As for a better tool to use, I would recommend Pingdom. See how quickly your website loads, what is slowing it down. Pingdom will highlight things you can actively change like making sure that your images are properly compressed. Also make sure that you are using a single font throughout your website as this can also slow things down if multiple fonts are being loaded. https://tools.pingdom.com
  10. Yes, just add the products to two different categories. Then make your discount code apply to the specific category that your products are in instead of the customers entire order. Though multiple conditions can't be used with discount codes. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205811178-Creating-discounts#toc-select-how-the-discount-applies
  11. That's correct you will need to subscribe to Squarespace campaigns. It's a nice option if you already subscribe to Squarespace campaigns but probably not worth the expense if not.
  12. I would take a look at version 7.1 of Squarespace which allows you to change the background colour per page and per sections within that page. It won't allow you unlimited background colours but it's better than what is offered in version 7.0 of Squarespace. https://www.squarespace.com/templates?onboarding_v7_1_0819=minimal_template_store_v7_1 That being said if you are comfortable with CSS then either version of Squarespace will allow you to adjust the background colour of each page individually. It's just that version 7.1 also allows you to adjust the background of individual sections on each page as well.
  13. It sounds like you need to use a form block with Google Sheets selected as the storage option. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205814638-Managing-form-and-newsletter-storage
  14. I would contact Squarespace customer support. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/requests/new#choose-topic
  15. There are two main options that you could use to achieve this. The first would be to make a PDF containing the link and password. The PDF would essentially be what is delivered to your customers. Alternatively you could use service products instead. The set up an automated campaign to send an email after a customer purchases your product which contains the link and password. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002077567-Sending-automated-campaigns
  16. Unfortunately Stripe checkout is completely separate from the Squarespace checkout page. Squarespace use Stripe elements for the checkout page. I honestly can’t see Squarespace moving to Stripe checkout anytime soon it has a whole host of caveats and compromises if you want to use it. For example no checkout on your domain (only the Stripe hosted domain) and no customers accounts. If you would like to use Stripe checkout then this is something you will have to build and manage yourself.
  17. The may not have clicked the double opt-in link. Unfortunately it’s not possible to disable double opt-in. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360002109868-Getting-permission-to-send-marketing-emails#toc-use-double-opt-in
  18. This will be under the form storage options. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205814638-Managing-form-and-newsletter-storage#toc-email-address
  19. Sorry, I forgot that you will also need to load the jQuery library as well for that to work. You will need to add the below to your websites global code injector header. <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.4.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
  20. Try placing the below into your websites global CSS. I wasn't sure what colour you wanted them changed to so I went with yellow. #phototrio .image-button a { border-color:yellow!important; color:yellow!important; }
  21. Try putting the below in the order confirmation code injector instead. <div class="redirect-text"> <h2>Thank You for your Order.... onward to the the General Info Page!</h2> </div> <script> $('.redirect-text').insertAfter('#confirmed-page'); </script>
  22. I think Squarespace is down which is why we're getting the 503 message. As for the redirect message I do know how to do this I will just need to wait for Squarespace to backup and running. Did you still want the order confirmation information (order number, total...) to still display or would you prefer for this to stay hidden and just display the message?
  23. You're right, sorry about that. However, CSS can still be added to cover cover pages you just need to place it in the pages code injection header, surrounded with <stye></style>. You will just need to use the below. <style> a {border:none!important;} </style> I have linked to a blog post by @voxpopagency that details how to do this. https://voxpopagency.com/blog/how-to-edit-cover-page-css-on-squarespace
  24. Try placing the below in your websites CSS. a {border:none!important;}
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