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Scorcia1984

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  1. I have a small web magazine, and the basic site plus all the content for the first issue was set up by a web developer. Unfortunately we no longer work with them, so for issue 2 I'm trying to go it alone and add content using the pages they've already set up. For the most part it's been going fine, but there's one thing I can't figure out: One of the features they added was to replace the site title with a custom logo on the pages for each individual article. This logo links to the table of contents for that issue instead of the home page. For Issue 1 that worked great, but now if I copy one of these pages to set up an article for Issue 2 the header still links to the Issue 1 table of contents. If I view the page source I can see the script they used to change the default link: <script> $(document).ready(function() { $("img[alt='Magazine']").parent().attr("href", "/issue-1/"); }); </script> This looks similar to the strategy in this answer, except in that case they put the script into the footer section of Settings>Advanced>Code Injection, so I assume it applies to the whole site. I want to edit this script in a few specific pages, but I can't see any way to access it... if I go to the Page Setting>Advanced for these pages there's nothing in the code injection window. Anyone know what I'm missing? Sorry, new to Squarespace, and thanks in advance! FYI: This is what I currently have in my Settings>Advanced>Code Injection. If I delete it then all the page-specific logos and links go back to the default title / home page link. <script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.10.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <script>Static.COOKIE_BANNER_CAPABLE = true;</script>
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