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SharpeAero

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  1. I'm assuming using this workaround also means that your Squarespace analytics (total sales, revenue, inventory, etc.), all don't get accounted for in Squarespace either?
  2. I just also left a ticket with customer support live chat. The more that do it, the more likely it will be to be implemented. This is such a basic feature of ecommerce for business-to-buisness models. I really hope this happens soon. My current workaround is to create a password protected product page for each individual reseller that I work with. They contact me with a quantity order request, I update the price of the product on their reseller page, then tell them to go ahead and order. It's a terrible user experience for them and a lot of tedious work for me, but it's the only real work
  3. I'm trying to use something like this, I just don't know how to get the CSS code to target the specific code block I'm trying to modify. I have the Block ID found by using a Chrome plugin that shows me, but what's the coding syntax to include it? The ID is #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1590447514494_20134 <style> /* If the screen size is 601px wide or more, set the font-size of <div> to 80px */ @media screen and (min-width: 601px) { div.example { font-size: 80px; } } /* If the screen size is 600px wide or less, set the font-size of <div> to 30px */ @media screen and (max
  4. To clarify, I know how to get responsive text sizing (text size stays proportional to the browser width). But I'm looking for it so that it’s a single break point between two preset font sizes at a specific browser width.
  5. Site URL: https://www.sharpeaero.com Hey all, How can I use the code block to make a variable text size based on browser width? I'm currently using code blocks for the headings on my homepage because I needed them to be a different colour than the default <h1> defined by my squarespace design settings. However, by using these code blocks, the text no longer resizes for smaller browser widths like squarespace builds in by default in their text blocks. Here's an example of the code I'm currently using in one of these code blocks: <h1 style="font-family:Roboto Condensed;
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