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Everything posted by eanderson

  1. There are no member accounts with Squarespace Commerce at this point. So, an integration with a CRM doesn't make a lot of sense.
  2. Use an Embed Block with a manually set embed code. Like this: http://quick.as/0AbCrYBD
  3. @tryingtobehelpful FYI: since #content is inside #page it's not necessary to include it as well. It could also cause unintended side effects when a sidebar is enabled within a blog collection.
  4. @palosanto markup can vary from template to template. CSS code snippets are not interchangeable. Ask a new question if you'd like some help with Shift.
  5. @Carlos Anon and @ablaze rather than use a code block like this on every post (yuk) just use the code in my answer instead. It'll save you a lot of trouble.
  6. You can hide the Page Body Header on the item view globally, across all blogs with this simple code snippet added to the Custom CSS Editor: .view-item #page-body-header { display: none; }
  7. Add this code snippet to the CSS Editor found within Style Editor: .footer-inner { padding: 64px 32px; } Change the '64px' top/bottom value to your preferred amount. I strongly suggest leaving the right/left value alone.
  8. Consider posting a link to your site so people in the community can help.
  9. @D_Schneider I've corrected my answer, realized you were calling the wrong class for the quantity.
  10. Looks like you have the wrong class on the quantity - it's -input not -select. <style> .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper, .product-price, .product-quantity-input { display:none; visibility:hidden; } </style> Better yet, it's easier if you just hide the wrapper that holds the button and quantity like this: .product-add-to-cart, .product-price { visibility: none; display: none; }
  11. @john_mtthws adding this snippet of code to the custom CSS Editor found within Style Editor will let you select the default banner area size for all pages with the Style Editor, but override it only for the homepage. Just adjust the padding top and bottom to the value you like best. .homepage #banner-area { padding-top: 192px; padding-bottom: 192px; }
  12. Montauk has a sidebar option in the blog. When viewing your blog, open the style editor and look for the 'Blog Layout' option.
  13. @troyphotobrooklyn Montauk has a sidebar option in the blog. When viewing your blog, open the style editor and look for the 'Blog Layout' option.
  14. Not all templates provide a sidebar option ... on which template did you build your site?
  15. Looks like it worked ... I'm not seeing a date in your Principles blog.
  16. Always be sure to remove any code you add that does not work. To add this snippet of custom CSS to your site, just click the CSS button inside the Style Editor and paste the code below: .display-icons-in-post-footer .entry-date { display: none; } That should do the trick. To hide the date only in one specific blog, preface this code with the unique collection id class found on the BODY tag. In your case, this class is collection-51bbee6be4b0405092e5f752 – so the snippet would look like this: [code].collection-51bbee6be4b0405092e5f752.display-icons-in-post-footer .entry-date { display: none;}
  17. Post a link to your site so the community can help.
  18. In your navigation markup, use {collection.fullUrl} for the link of the folder itself and it will automatically link to the first page within the folder. You can also add a folder.list file to your template and design a landing page built from folder page information.
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