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  1. @ambitdesign Well, as you said, you are already looking into it for a client. If you figure out a solution, let us know. Then maybe I will consider your service.
  2. No, I don't mean product variants. Did you look at my example page? I don't want them to have to select one from the dropdown, hit add to cart. Select another from the dropdown, hit add to cart. And do this 30 more times until they have all they want. I want all color options to show on one page with a box next to it that they fill in qty and then hit an add to cart button one time and all that they wanted gets added.
  3. Site URL: https://www.crossstitchboutique.com/ I am an online cross stitch store. I sell (or will be) many different types of threads. They come in a high number of colors. Is there a way that I can have all those numbers listed on one page and they put in a quantity of any off 1 or lets say 100 of the numbers they want and hit add to cart once then their selected numbers are added? I know there is a technical term for this... I don't know it. Here is an example page of what function I am looking for. https://www.123stitch.com/DMC_Six_Strand_Floss.html Thank you, Jennifer
  4. I see this question asked over and over and nobody ever responds. In fact, any question I ask that has to do with features Squarespace does not offer gets ignored. I cannot be the only one out there who wants these things or has these questions. I have taken a LOT of time researching on the web, and there does not seem to be a real simple and inexpensive solution to this. You need a loyalty program third party, then in some cases, you need another third party to connect Squarespace to the loyalty software... UGH... It seems completely crazy nuts and either too complicated or too expensive for me.
  5. @AntoineArt yes this can be done in Site Styles. Open the page that has a sold out product. Then go back to home. Click on Design then Site Styles. Then click directly on a product that is sold-out. On the left it should then show only the styles that can be edited for that type of product specifically. Scroll down to the bottom, you should see a section titled Products: Status Badges. You can then customize everything for your Sold-Out tag. Including shape, color, and font. Hope I helped you.
  6. Thank you @derricksrandomviews for your response and thank you for the compliments. I agree most are probably using Shopify... I would love to be able to use them since I am only a retail based website (no offense Squarespace), but they are lacking one very important feature for me and that is the ability to add information in what is our Additional Info area of a product. With my subject matter, it is a must. Many other websites with crafts like mine have a best sellers display somewhere. I have so much to do in life and adding to my website, I just do not have the time to have to always manually do this. I appreciate your idea as I didn't come up with it, but I really need some more features that are automatic. Example: I would love to be able to put a customized message that automatically appeared when an item was sold out. A small paragraph... can't do that either. Thank you again.
  7. Site URL: http://www.crossstitchboutique.com I have looked everywhere, including here, to find out if there is a best sellers list than can be put on the site. I even looked online for plugins. One sees "top sellers" or "best sellers" products on websites all of the time. I know I can see which are my top sellers, but is there a quick easy block or way to put this somewhere on my site with the product page link? Thank you Jennifer
  8. Yes! That is something that has been needed forever! I will go look into it. Thank you
  9. @Simon-JustGoodJuju mine has repaired itself, but the fix for now is you can click on it with the mouse to open the categories, but you then must use the arrow keys on the keyboard to choose the one you want and hit enter. Then it will work. Hope it works for you.
  10. Oh thank you again @christyprice. It worked perfectly. You have been a great help. I really appreciate it.
  11. Certainly... try this https://www.crossstitchboutique.com/bella-filipina/gaia-the-earth-goddess Thank you again.
  12. @christyprice this has been so helpful for me. Is it possible to do the same thing for the text in the additional information section? Thank you!
  13. Thank you paul2009. I will give that a try!
  14. I have a digital file product line that I sell. My problem is I personally do not have the digital file for the customer to download, it comes from the designer to my customer directly. So when entering the product, I can not make it a digital file without uploading an actual file. Therefore, I had to make it a physical product. Now my issue is even though I left it 0 lbs. for weight, my customers will still get charged a shipping fee. I cannot figure out how to make just a certain product category free shipping. None of the discount options work here. Any thoughts on how I can do this? Jennifer
  15. I too need this exact same answer. When I was with Weebly, I was able to use Swell, a third party service, that integrated with my site. It was all automatic and linked to my customers. It was great! Swell and any others out there that I have been able to find now do not work with Squarespace for some reason. Of course, I keep going back to finding that Shopify is one that they all work with among many other features I would like to have that I cannot get with Squarespace. Anyone have an answer for this?
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