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STF

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  1. I got a response to this question from Squarespace via email. Whether it is correct or not is up to your belief system since I don't have a way to verify it. (I am not a search engine) That's a great question - so to clarify the information a little more which was provided by my colleague if you adjust individual products settings to hidden, it'll still be visible to search engines. With the built-in features, you can hide products from customers but this wouldn't prevent it from being crawled by Google search engines.
  2. Site URL: https://seamstofit.com I am an SEO beginner and I am wondering if hidden products are visible to web crawlers and other search engine information gathering tools. We are a consignment clothing store and have about 100 new products a week and rotate our sold items off of our site leaving a rolling total of about 1000 products at any one time. We would like to keep our sold items on our site but we don't want them to show up in Squarespace's search so I guess they must be hidden. Hence my question. Any help or clarification will be appreciated.
  3. Thanks, I'll have that conversation with the team.
  4. Thanks, that is the direction I was headed. The filter doesn't seem to span pages however. I get one filter link per page. Oh well....
  5. Site URL: https://seamstofit.squarespace.com Is there a way to display all products that are on sale in one place. The products could be in any page.
  6. If I had read further, I would have seen how to include the lines, for all the even numbers. span.category-filter-delimiter.has-category:nth-child(2) { order: 2; }
  7. Thanks tuanphan, that's what I needed. To summarize: In 7.0 use .ProductList-filter-list>li In 7.1 use .category-filter-item Bracketing the CSS with <style> </style> allows it to order a particular page. I played around trying to get it reorder including the lines but to no avail. It must have something to do with the lines being both positional and delimiters.
  8. How to I insert a line break into a category list so that it always displays certain categories on a second line no matter how wide the display?
  9. Thanks tuanphan, that's what I needed. To summarize: In 7.0 use .ProductList-filter-list>li In 7.1 use .category-filter-item Bracketing the CSS with <style> </style> allows it to order a particular page. I played around trying to get it reorder including the lines but to no avail. It must have something to do with the lines being both positional and delimiters.
  10. And I should mention that I am using 7.1
  11. The suggestion regarding html to the Page Header made sense to change the specific page but alas, it didn't do the reorder. I join TCM in awaiting additional suggestions.
  12. Please excuse my "beginner-ness" with web dev. I have been trying to implement some of the category re-ordering examples from this forum and it is not working for me. The logic of the re-order is clear, what I don't understand is how the css knows which page to apply the re-order to. I'm sure there is something I'm missing. Example: /* Reorder categories */ @media screen and (min-width:641px) { ul.ProductList-filter-list { display: flex; flex-direction: column; } } /* First one changed to second */ ul.ProductList-filter-list>li:nth-child(1) { order: 2; } /* Second one changed to first */ ul.ProductList-filter-list>li:nth-child(2) { order: 1; }
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