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  1. On 9/23/2020 at 12:59 PM, NikHutch said:

    Hi Emily, I am setting a site up for a client and was wondering the same thing. They are shipping from Florida to all U.S. states. Florida's sales tax is about 8.5%. Are you saying you charge everyone the same sales tax no matter where you are shipping to?

    I was confused for a while but i think this site clears it up: https://www.salestaxinstitute.com/sales_tax_faqs/what_is_nexus

    Essentially there is a threshold for most states and once you exceed it, you must collect the tax by THAT STATE you are shipping to. So ridiculous that US govt did this and IMO a huge example of how stupidly inefficient our laws are pertaining to taxes. Some states who tax by zip code have literally thousands of zip codes. 

  2. On 9/2/2020 at 4:02 PM, EmilyDunlay said:

    the tax person we consulted said that as long as our physical business location is only located in our own state (the only place where our tax id is registered to collect sales tax to) than that is the sales tax we would apply sending to all states. So we applied our state tax rate for the 50 states. Still had to manually enter that for each state - but was way less work than having to put in all the zip codes. 

     

    From what I read this is not true, wasn't there a recent law that stated you do not need physical presence to establish tax nexus in another state? The South Dakota v Wayfair found this: "

    • “Any seller which does not have a physical presence in this state shall remit sales or use tax, if the seller meets either: 1. Gross sales from the sale of taxable items delivered in this state exceed $100,000; or 2. The seller sold taxable items for delivery in this state in 200 or more separate transactions”

    See here: https://www.salestaxinstitute.com/sales_tax_faqs/what_is_nexus

    Of course you need to be doing alot of sales in that state, but i think if you exceed the threshold in a state like California where they tax by zip code, you will have to manually go collect whatever tax is due from that code. 

  3. Site URL: https://www.alphathera.com/

    Hi: just added re-captcha to some of my newsletter forms. However, I do not like how large the button is and don't want to add it to other forms because of this. 

    Is there an easy way to reduce size of button / text with CSS?  

    Furthermore: will squarespace support other methods of V2 recpatcha like the invisible recaptcha badge so we do not have to compromise our site designs for the ugly button? 

  4. Is there any way to add text via html to JUST the Summary Descriptions and not product descriptions on checkout page. @tuanphan i understand you could add a "Read More" link to the product description, but that would be confusing when the customer is on the actual product checkout page and sees that "Read More" button in the description there, which would just bring them to that same page they are on. 

    If possible, could we add the "Read More" button to JUST the summary block and not the actual product checkout page. It seems that squarespace used to have the ".summary-read-more-link" property for the summary block but now removed? Don't know why they would remove that feature. Also would be nice to be able to have summary block descriptions unique from the product checkout page description

  5. So after messing around a bit, I found that just adjusting the margins will work. I was trying to do something similar with the Quantity and Variants dropdown. The Quantity button was initially below the Variant "select amount" button. So I used this code with a negative top margin to move the Quantity button up and then a right margin to move it over: 

     .product-quantity-input {
       margin-right: 450px !important; 
       margin-top: -130px !important; 
    }

     

    Here is what it looks like: image.png.06333845892f02558a8f9abbd05d3924.png 

  6. My question pertains to customizing hyperlinks on pages upon hover. Specifically, my linked text is desiged to transition from blue to red in a gradient format when hovered. It works for some pages, however on other pages the text is completely white and not visible (although you can still click the link). It also tends to not work with different design color backgrounds. 

    Here is my code. My main question is: how do I get this design format to apply to all link text EXCEPT the text in the header (have a separate design for that). Is there something i am missing with the CSS code id's?

    // HYPERLINKS ANIMATION & DESIGN

     .sqs-block-html p a, .sqs-block-markdown p a, .collection-type-products.view-item p a {
      
      position: relative;
      display: inline;
      font-size: 1em;
      font-weight: 400;
      color: navy;
      overflow: hidden;}

     .sqs-block-html p a, .sqs-block-markdown p a, .collection-type-products.view-item p a  {
      /* Same as before */
      background: linear-gradient(to right, red, red 50%, navy 50%);
    }
    .sqs-block-html p a, .sqs-block-markdown p a, .collection-type-products.view-item p a   {
      /* Same as before */
      background-clip: text;
      -webkit-background-clip: text;
      -webkit-text-fill-color: transparent;
      background-size: 200% 100%;
      background-position: 100%;
    }
    .sqs-block-html p a, .sqs-block-markdown p a, .collection-type-products.view-item p a  {
      /* Same as before */
      transition: background-position 400ms ease;
    }

    .sqs-block-html p a:hover, .sqs-block-markdown p a:hover, .collection-type-products.view-item p a:hover {
      background-position: 0 100%;
    }

     

    Thank you for any help :)

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