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  1. For the Category Names listed on the top of the Shop page, the starting Letter/Alphabet is automatically capitalised. Therefore a category called iPhone is displayed as IPhone. Can someone help with simple CSS to stop this unnecessary capitalisation? We would like to have the category iPhone displayed as iPhone and not IPhone!! I wrote to Squarespace customer service, and they as usual empathised with the problem but had no answer.
  2. Thanks for the clarification Paul. Clear now. Yes I was asking about image files and since it does not appear that the solution works for image files, I won't start a new thread. I guess we are stuck with the 5,000 character gobbledygook image URL that Squarespace bequeaths on us in their own wisdom.
  3. Hi Paul, are you aware of whether your feedback is still valid currently? All our product image urls start with https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/ and when we replace with domain name + /s /+ filename it does not work. Is this approach not valid for the -cdn image urls? Thanks.
  4. Paul, I've seen some other posts too that mention feature requests made over time that are still ignored by Squarespace. This is unfortunate. To use some Stripe Radar features , you need to pass through information in the product description. What Squarespace passes through, which is "Charge for custname@xyz.com" is redundant, as in any case the customer email passes through to Stripe. So technically they are wasting this field which is meant for charge description by passing through the cust email!!!
  5. THIS IS EXTREMELY FRUSTRATING. Squarespace makes it pretty impossible to set up a checkout process for offline payments, unless you like imperfect workarounds. Either Squarespace is simply unaware of such a need (seems unlikely) or their business model is beholden to the payment processors (they probably get a cut off the transaction back from the processor) - the suppression of such a basic feature is otherwise inexplicable. I am venting my frustration here, because I like Squarespace, and would like them to fix this. In comparison - Ecwid - extremely easy to use, great features set, design ethos - Soviet housing block utilitarian; Shopify - works well except for the usurious toll they take on every transaction, including offline WordPress/WooCommerce - the Rube Goldberg site builder with a Dewey Decimal System inspired admin dashboard Why do I like Squarespace - in one word - design. Simple to use admin dashboard that does not hurt my eye or sensitivities, as well as outstanding website design. Where does Squarespace fall short - basic features critical to commerce such as offline checkout (and other finer customisation details, but lets stick to offline checkout today). CURRENT WORKAROUNDS FOR OFFLINE CHECKOUT - Create a 100% Discount Code so customers can checkout without a card. Issue - you are literally offering the customer a 100% discount since you can't even change the words (automatic description "Save 100% on any order" appears at checkout and in order conf email) - Wishlist extension . Issue - the faq says this substitutes the checkout process, i.e., you cannot have some customers adding to Wishlist and others checking out with carded payments. This solution would be great for those whose entire business is offline but for others who have a mixed customer base (some with credit cards, some debit cards, some paying through bank transfers, others at store) this does not seem to be the solution - Square for Offline - this is not available outside the USA! It is 2020, and the rest of the world is not so shabby as to be ignored Squarespace should rightly be proud about its design, and its Values , one of which is Simplify. Surely offering a simple solution to add Offline checkout is possible and long overdue? Anthony Casalena, are you listening, because no one else at Squarespace apparently is.
  6. Hi Tuanphan, thanks for your reply. The site is under development and not published yet. We are using the Hester template on Squarespace 7.1.
  7. I want to replace the words "written by" with "reviewed by" on the blog post. Could you clarify the CSS required to achieve this.
  8. Hi, we would like to customise the charge_description passing through to stripe. Currently on successful checkout, the charge_description passing through to stripe is the customer email address (eg.,"Charge for custname@xyz.com") . We would like to customise this description to include the Product Title (eg.,charge for custname@xyz.com for Apple Macbook Air" . How can we do this? Any solution that helps passing along the additional product title through to Stripe would help here. Thanks.
  9. Maybe I missed it, but under this solution, it looks like the Personalisation form would appear whether the customer chose Yes or No. This does not solve the need for "If no, add the product to the cart without displaying or requiring the personalization form.". Could you clarify, because I too have a similar need where we would like to show a form to one variant and not to the other variant...
  10. Hi, currently on Checkout (Order Summary) and in the Invoice, there is a line item for Tax, even when tax is zero. We would like to hide the display of this default Tax line both on checkout, as well as on the actual invoice. i.e., rather than show a line for Tax with value zero, we would just like to hide the display of this line entirely. Could anyone advise how best to do this on the Order Summary as well as on the Invoice? Thanks!
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