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  1. Site URL: https://www.peridotcapitalist.com Previously I had my corporate site (peridotcapital.com) and my blog site (peridotcapitalist.com) as separate domains. I have now imported my blog site and all blog posts into the corporate site. The old blog landing page (peridotcapitalist.com) is now found at peridotcapital.com/blog and the blog posts went from being at peridotcapitalist.com/yyyy/mm/post-title/ to being at peridotcapital.com/blogposts/yyyy/mm/post-title/ I have have transferred the old domain (peridotcapitalist.com) to Squarespace to allow me to successfully redirect the blog traffic to the new site urls. To do this I really need to accomplish two things: 1) Get peridotcapitalist.com to redirect to peridotcapital.com/blog (I have completed this step by forwarding the domain under DNS settings) 2) Redirect all of the old post pages (peridotcapitalist.com/yyyy/mm/post-title/) to their new location (peridotcapital.com/blogposts/yyyy/mm/post-title/). #2 above is what I cannot figure out. I assumed that transferring the domain to Squarespace would allow me to set up two redirects (one for the home page and one for all of the post pages) but right now the blog post pages all redirect to the new blog home page (peridotcapital.com/blog). Is there any way to redirect the posts too, and not just the root domain, of a secondary domain hosted with Squarespace? Thanks for any help! Chad UPDATE: I removed the domain forwarding for the secondary connected domain to see if that would allow me to setup URL mapping on the primary domain for the individual blog posts. That did work, so that gives me #2 above in exchange for losing #1. Is there any way to redirect the home page for the connected domain itself, while keeping it linked to the site so that the URL mapping works for individual pages with updated urls? Just trying to get both objectives done, even though I prefer #2 to #1 above if I have to choose. Thanks!
  2. I am using the Montauk template and have been in the process of updating my blog's categories (deleting some, merging others, etc) as well as adding content pages to the blog content. However, whenever I make a change, the archive block on one of my pages does not update in real-time based on the content changes. Categories that have been renamed are still showing the old name (even though on the post itself it is correct) and when I added posts dated 2014 the archive by year block still only showed 2015 and newer posts. Is there any known reason why an archive block displaying blog posts by year, or by category, would not automatically update with content changes? The only thing I could think of was that I was making edits while the pages were disabled, so maybe they won't update until I re-enable them. But that doesn't seem to have worked. Any other ideas? Thanks!
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