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jasonbarone

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  1. Yo Kathy-o, what's the goal of the Shop? Does it related to you or the Kathy-o brand in any way? I generally think about it in terms of overall brand. If KickinAss relates to Kathy-o, then I would keep them on the same website. If it's a completely separate brand, then keep them separate. I would remove the fact about it being an ecommerce site and focus more on brand.
  2. I agree, it's kind of concerning that Squarespace hasn't shared more information about this. Developer mode is a very large part of the ecosystem.
  3. This is very easy to solve. Simply modify the AjaxLoader prototype to add an additional custom init function right along side of where Squarespace runs their own block init. This assumes you've bound some sort of custom object that holds your init function(s). Sometimes to better to use some sort of custom event emitter for this, but that would be some additional dev. This seems much easier. window.onload = function() { this.AjaxLoader.prototype.initializeSqsBlocks = function () { window.SQS.Lifecycle.init(); console.log( "Foo!" ); window.CUSTOM.YourCustomInitFunction(); } }; The end result is that when the ajaxloader fires, it will trigger the initializeSqsBlocks init as usual, which you've now hijacked to add your own additional init function. --Jason Barone Founder at Squarefront and Talk Squarespace. Host of Talk Squarespace Live Code and Talking Squarespace. Designer, developer, creator of all things Squarespace.
  4. This is indeed possible on any template regardless of what some users below are saying. Please clarify whether you need a Gallery Block full-bleed, or a Gallery Collection, and I'll provide the code. Gallery Block is my recommended choice and all that's required to make that full bleed is a few lines of CSS, and selecting a few options in the block.
  5. That's not accurate. Pure CSS will indeed do it. All you have to do is span the Gallery Block to browser width. The CSS required is no more than 5 lines.
  6. http://knackhq.com is a far better solution and can be styled via CSS.
  7. I'm successfully using Foundation's TwentyTwenty slider on a few sites: http://zurb.com/playground/twentytwenty I'll have a tutorial posted here sometime soon: http://squarefront.com/addons I'll repost it here when it's ready.
  8. I love the new Summary Block carousel. I'm curious if it's possible to "autoplay" the carousel much like galleries can do. I know this is possible using Developer Platform galleries, but would love to be able to use with Block Carousels.
  9. Thanks, unfortunately this won't work for commenting out JSON-T. The trouble I ran into is commenting out a block of JSON, not necessary text.
  10. I was wondering if it's possible to comment out large chunks of JSON-T code. <!-- Comments like this appear in the HTML, which is not what I want. --> {# Comments like this work great for single lines of text, and don't show up in HTML} Are there any other methods of hiding JSON-T and HTML template code?
  11. Correct, there is no way to duplicate, copy, undo, revise to a previous version, or recover deleted pages. These are all must-haves. Aside from that, the user persmissions are so radically different now, there isn't a way to lockout the public without password protected pages. I hope it's high on the priority list. Good news is that there are ways to handle this on the Developer Platform because of the increased control of where and "when" to display things. I'm doing this now on a number of sites...
  12. Yes you're right. Re-creating the page would be required. This was very easy on V5 because the entire page content was containing in field and you could just copy and paste the entire source code into a new page. This isn't available on V6 yet, unfortunately...
  13. For default templates: I would recommend just creating a brand new page in your "Not LInked" navigation area and setting it up exactly how you need. When finished, swap that page into your nav and take out the other, then swap the URL slugs. This is actually the method I've been using since Squarespace V5, and it seems to work well. For the developer platform: This is incredibly easy on Developer Platform when you understand how to use it. You could create a "maintenance" or "temporary" layout, or you could just use a combination of layouts & CSS to make sure no one is able to see what you're working on. I'm doing this now with some sites, and it's very easy to build the entire site in the background while a few pages are live to the public. This is because in the Developer platform you have full control over the navigation areas, where they show up, and which layouts are active on each page. Unfortunately this probably isn't the answer you're looking for...
  14. It's very difficult to seamlessly embed a Shopify store into a Squarespace website. When you use Shopify, you're essentially running an entirely different website, and you should design and style your Shopify store to match your Squarespace site and create a seamless experience when your visitors click over to your store. Remember, when you run a Shopify store alongside of your Squarespace site, you'll be creating a general Link that just links over to your Shopify page in the navigation. Shopify does offer embeddable product widget and various thing but honestly they aren't great. I've tried embedding a Shopify store into Squarespace by iframing it and it didn't turn out too well. Take a look at the "embeddable store widget" they have which lets you run the store in a popup overlay. I find these to be a little annoying, so I tend to avoid overlays, especially if it's a large store. Squarespace's design and development process is the best of any system I've ever used and frankly I can't stand using anything other than Squarespace so I find the process of styling a Shopify site to be cumbersome and painful now that I'm spoiled with Squarespace. That being said, Shopify is still the absolute best ecommerce solution available. It's features and integrations are the best available. It really depends on what you need out of your store. Personally, I use Shopify for large stores, and Ecwid for small stores. Ecwid is embeddable and made to plug into current websites. It's far easier to design and setup and it's pretty featured-packed. I would definitely take a look at that.
  15. To disable YouTube's "Related Videos" from showing up when using a YouTube URL, add ?rel=0 at the end of your URL. Example: Before pasting into Squarespace, add ?rel=0 to the URL: ?rel=0Note: You can paste the original URL into the Squarespace Video Block FIRST, and then add your ?rel=0 at the end, but make sure that Squarespace "refreshes" the video in your post. If it doesn't refresh, Squarespace will not pick up your change (adding the ?rel=0). A quick trick I do is paste in your normal URL, then type ?rel=0 at the end of the URL, then "Select All", "Cut" and "Paste" into the box. This removes the URL from the Squarespace Video Block, which removes the video in your post, then adds in the correct video with the disabled Related Videos code.
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