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simplygrey

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  1. Hi all, I'm working on setting up a blog, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to change the text width (or set the page margins) for individual blog posts. I'd like to increase text width (or reduce margins), but when I go to edit a post, all I get is the content editor and can find no way to change template layout. What am I missing? TIA,Grey P.S. And when is Squarespace gonna get more documentation online for version 7.1?! Not easy for newbies to find their way around when most of the knowledge base refers to an older version of the platform that's so drastically different....
  2. Hi all, I've got a fairly simple, bilingual site set up in ver. 7.1 using two navigation folders, one for each language. I've set the URL slugs to "/eng" (for English) and "/ita" (for Italian). I've also got blogs in each of these folders. Now, I had assumed that the folder's "URL slug" would be added to the complete URL (e.g. ".../eng/blog/article.html" or ".../eng/about.html"), but that doesn't appear to be the case. At least not by default. Is there a way to add this bit to the actual URL in order to separate the files for each language? For now, I've given the Italian blog the URL slug "/blog-it" to distinguish it from the English-language blog (which is just "blog" for now). It seems counterintuitive to me that the URL slug for blogs gets added to the actual URL, but the folder URL slug doesn't. TIA,Grey
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