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ThompsonWebDesign

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  1. I don't have a work around but it would be nice to have Business Name as an optional field that we can enable; like what we can do with phone numbers on the checkout page. My use case is more centred around the checkout experience but It's not just businesses that the lack of business name field excludes, it also excludes normal customers who want their orders delivered to work. I see either one of two things happen with the system how it currently is when people need to enter a business name. They don't and the address is incomplete They force it in which messes with the formatting and Stripes fraud check
  2. I’m assuming that you are referring to the plugins that display a little pop-up when you hover over a specific word. If so I have linked to a plugin for Squarespace below, its not automatic like the Wordpress ones so there will be a bit of manual work. https://noughtsandones.com/plugins/text-tool-tip
  3. @paul2009 sells a plugin that would do exactly what you want and will save you a lot of manual work. Just remember to read the limitations regarding which templates it is compatible with before you purchase it. https://sf.digital/squarespace-product-enquiry-form
  4. So depending on the template you're using you should be able to remove it in the style editor. Failing that place the below in you websites CSS. .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper {display:none!important}
  5. Not built in, you will need some third party software. An example of such is MemberSpace (linked below) but use it with caution and make sure that everything behind the login wall is secure. In addition, the content that your users will be saving is another issue in itself. https://www.memberspace.com But personally I would ask yourself if Squarespace is really the best fit or if there is another platform that will do what you need out of the box.
  6. This is the social image in the page settings. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205812778-Adding-social-sharing-images#toc-add-an-alternate-social-sharing-image--computer-only-
  7. SQSPThemes / @RasOmari sell a plugin that will do exactly what you want (linked below). https://www.sqspthemes.com/plugins/gallery-random-order
  8. Yes, SQSPThemes / @RasOmari wrote a blog post which I have linked below on how to add a tagline to your mobile header. https://www.sqspthemes.com/blog/display-tagline-on-mobile-brine-fam
  9. Yes and no, you could achieve it with CSS but you would need to set the name field to make it not mandatory. If you would like to do this just enter the below into your websites global CSS. .last-name { display:none; } But if you want to just collect somebody's first name then I would just recommend using the text field instead and just calling it first name. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205814018#toc-text
  10. So I've done some testing on my own website and I've found the solution. At the moment you are linking to /macro-cookbook#pepperoni you will need to change this so it includes your websites full URL. So the link should look like https://www.yourwebsite.com/macro-cookbook#pepperoni instead of just /macro-cookbook#pepperoni
  11. Try adding a thumbnail image to your blog posts. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205812718-Adding-thumbnail-images#toc-add-collection-item-thumbnails
  12. You will need to use custom checkout form. I have linked to the support document below. But please note that you won’t be able to charge extra for gift wrapping at the checkout stage, just a tick box as to whether they would like gift wrapping or not. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206540907-Creating-a-custom-checkout-form Unfortunately you can’t add code or css to the checkout page, it is essentially locked down. If you would like to charge extra the bulb there are some work arounds in order to get the user to essentially add gift wrapping to their cart before the checkout page. For example you could have a pop up that appears when a user adds an item to their cart which asks if they would like gift wrapping.
  13. Try looking in the style editor (Site Styles) to make sure that the mobile menu icon isn't set to hide. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/212838128-Brine-Site-Styles-tweaks#toc-mobile
  14. Sounds like you need the Social Links Block. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205814468
  15. I can definitely see the problem with the HTML code but I'm not really too sure what you're trying to achieve. Would you be able to provide some more context or a link to your website or an example of what you're trying to achieve?
  16. Unfortunately only physical products are supported. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001257067-Tagging-products-on-Instagram
  17. I would look into a HTML option like the one linked below. The problem that you're going to run into by using images is that it won't scale properly on mobiles without some CSS to adjust the scaling behaviour. https://adrianroselli.com/2018/12/a-css-venn-diagram.html
  18. I personally don’t know the solution with pure JavaScript however Style Factory wrote a blog post on how to achieve this with CookiesPro which is free if you have under 100 pages on your website. Obviously this won’t be any good for you if your website has more than 100 pages. https://www.stylefactoryproductions.com/blog/create-gdpr-compliant-squarespace-cookie-banner
  19. Unfortunately there’s not really a way to do it even with code as we don’t have access to that side of Squarespace.
  20. Move the page Get Balmy page out of the folder and into the not linked section of your of your website. Next edit the name of the folder that you have created and copy the below into the Navigation Title section. <a href="/getbalmy">get balmy</a>
  21. You just need to drag it into the folder. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543897-Moving-pages-around-your-navigation
  22. Just based on my experience the feature usually pays for itself and more, then anything else you also get with the Advance Commerce plan is just a bonus. But you will need to have reasonable volumes of online sales though. By virtue of the feature you're recovering revenue that would otherwise be lost, if that revenue generates profits greater than the feature, then it's worth paying for. Plus you're potentialy adding repeat customers, so perhaps you'll also need to take into consideration the lifetime value of your customers. I would look at your current analytics and see how many carts are being abandoned and how many are recoverable. I would say a good rule of thumb is if at least 10% of the recoverable carts cover the cost of the Advance Commerce plan then it is worth upgrading. Abandoned cart emails are surprisingly effective so you may find that the recovery rate is greater than 10%. Of course the effectiveness of your emails will depend on the copy of the emails themselves. But in addition to just recovering carts I've also found them invaluable for users providing feedback. Asking a question, like 'do you need any help' can help optimise your store even further to increase future conversions; like expanding which regions you deliver to or even UI improvements. As for third-party software, I can't think of a way that it's really possible. As @brandon says, you can't really get the users email address to send an abandoned cart email.
  23. There's not really an automation feature as such but you can turn a blog post into an email campaign but you have to send it yourself. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001280668#toc-turn-a-full-blog-post-into-a-campaign
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