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ThompsonWebDesign

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  1. I've not really played around with FB Pixel so this might be a silly question but does the current integration with Squarespace not already pass the product information onto FB Pixel when a customer places an order? Just from looking at the below support document it seems to indicate that they do but I could be wrong. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015760107-Using-Facebook-Pixel-with-Squarespace If not it's certainly possible to redirect customers to a specific page based on what they have purchased and there are a few ways to go about it. But what if your customers purchase more than one item, where do they get redirected? I've linked to a blog post by @voxpopagency that details how to get detailed order information from the order confirmation page. You can either pass this on FB Pixel or use this data to redirect someone to a specific page. But it does involve using developer mode so use with caution and only enable developer mode if you are comfortable using it. https://voxpopagency.com/blog/squarespace-order-confirmation-page-custom-tags-info Of course if your users tend to only order one item at a time a simple script to reads the order subtotal and redirect users from there can be produced without enabling developer mode. Though this would also require all of your items to have different prices.
  2. Unfortunately as the form isn’t hosted on Squarespace there isn’t really a way to track this as you would need to put the tracking code onto the e-tapestry form itself which from the sounds of it isn’t possible. Any tracking code that you put on your website can only track visitors and their action when they are on your Squarespace website. Once they leave your website you can no longer track them.
  3. Ok, button clicks are easy to track; Squarespace even has a button conversion analytics built in (support document linked below). The only thing is because the forms aren’t hosted on Squarespace you won’t be able to track when the somebody completes a donation. You will only be able to track that they’ve clicked on the button to go to the donation form. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/115015424067-Form-Button-Conversions-Analytics As for tracking the number of clicks on the button with Google Analytics there are few different methods of going about it. The first linked below is a set by set guide to set up the tracking yourself. The second link is a paid plugin from @voxpopagency which should take the guess work out of setting it up. https://www.simmonssharpe.com/blog/2018/4/5/how-to-use-squarespace-google-tag-manager-to-track-conversions-in-google-analytics https://voxpopagency.com/products/squarespace-click-tracking-plugin?utm_source=Squarespace Answers&utm_medium=Organic&utm_campaign=Click Tracking Plugin&utm_content=https%3A%2F%2Fanswers.squarespace.com%2Fquestions%2F167543%2Fhow-to-track-button-clicks-with-google-analytics-e.html If you were to embed the form on your website using an iFrame then this would need to be setup within e-tapestry which by the sounds of it isn’t possible. Sticking with buttons that link to the donation forms sound like the best way to go as you will be able to track button clicks.
  4. Yes, just place the below into your websites global CSS. #siteWrapper {border: 10px solid white}
  5. Unfortunately there is no way to bulk update the additional information section. You could possibly code a solution that would inject the information into each product page when a particular class is present. This would allow you to keep the information in the additional information section up to date without needing to edit each product individually.
  6. Is this the final form or are you planning on embedding it in the future? If you haven't embedded it yet would you be able to share the embedded code?
  7. I see, would you be able to share the embed code or a link to your website. There may be a way around it with an on click event but it will just depend on how exactly the form is embedded.
  8. The upload field, instead of on the checkout page as the upload field won’t work on the checkout page.
  9. Make sure that you’ve not set any of your pages to no index and that you don’t have password set on your website. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360022347072-Hiding-pages-from-search-engine-results https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813898-Why-doesn-t-my-site-appear-in-Google-searches-
  10. I would recommend including it in a product form instead of the checkout page as it won’t work on the checkout page. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205811218-Creating-a-custom-product-form
  11. The fav icon will eventually be indexed by Google and appear in search results. Have you submitted your website to Google via the Search Console? If not I would recommend doing that. https://search.google.com/search-console/about
  12. I agree that there should be a solution to this but unfortunately there isn’t really any work around. I guess you could build one with the Inventory API but it would be a lot of technical setup. The best advise I can give is to submit a feature request with customer care. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/requests/new
  13. Absolutely I've linked to a free plugin from Ghost Plugins/@Omari that will do what you need. https://www.ghostplugins.com/steps/zxncn8gw
  14. It looks like you need to increase the line height.
  15. Sorry, I think I misunderstood your original question; I thought you wanted another website for your e-commerce. Yes, you can have two domains pointed at one website but users will be redirected to your primary domain. For example I have thompsonwebdesign.co.uk pointed to my website but my primary domain is thompsonweb.design. When you type in thompsonwebdesign.co.uk you are redirected to my primary domain thompsonweb.design. As for redirecting them to a specific page I would look into domain forwarding with your domain provider instead of linking it to your Squarespace website. I have linked to the below thread which talks about domain forwarding.
  16. Yes, but you will need a separate Squarespace subscription if you want it to point to another domain. Then on your current website you would just need to set-up a URL redirect. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815308-URL-redirects
  17. Hi @NiceToMeetYou, this is intended behaviour; it will only display once per page load. This is because otherwise it had a tendency to keep on popping up even when dismissed on AJAX enabled websites.
  18. Honestly it sounds like this maybe the best solution. There isn't really anything like this that will integrate with Squarespace campaigns.
  19. Try placing the below into your websites global CSS. I wasn't sure if you wanted to change the title or price font size so I've included both. .product-block .productDetails .product-title, .product-block .productDetails .product-price { font-size: 20px!important;}
  20. So there are a few options to achieve this. The simplest way would be to use @michaeleparkour free tool which will allow you to place an upload field on the built-in Squarespace forms. Then on each of your products I would add a product form where you will be able to include the upload field for customers to upload their images. https://www.squarewebsites.org/blog/squarespace-websites-uploader https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205811218-Creating-a-custom-product-form
  21. Just put the below into a code block on the page. <style> .main-content { background-color: black!important;} </style>
  22. No, you can't modify a blocks HTML. You could view your pages source and find the HTML for the block and then copy that into a code block and make whatever edits you want from there but that's not really ideal. What do you want to change about the gallery block? As an aside there's nothing stopping you from enabling developer mode, everything you've done so far will be saved; it's literally a flick of the switch. Just be sure that you really need developer mode before you enable it.
  23. Hi @fantasiummedia, I’ve updated my blog post so it should now work on your website. You will just need to replace the code that goes in the code injector footer.
  24. Hi @fantasiummedia, So I've played around a bit and made some adjustments with the code that goes in the footer and I can get it to semi-work on the template that you are using. Just from what I can see it looks like you're using a template from the York family, is that correct? If so I can get it to work without AJAX enabled. For whatever reason the pop-up I've created works with AJAX enabled on the Brine family of templates but not the York... Anyway if you are using a template from the York family then you can Disable Ajax. Just go to the Design -> Site Styles and within the first block, last item you will see a checkbox for AJAX.
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