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neeklamy

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  1. @SOIN, is that a delay in the window or tab opening? Could you post a link to a page that shows this?
  2. @SOIN – EmBee has two blocks of CSS, I just combined the separate answers together. If you want to make use of both, just paste both lots into the CSS Editor.
  3. cotupha has placed the instructions in the GitHub repository: Squarespace Installation
  4. @EmBee – I’ve joined your two answers together. For the first block of CSS, I’ve made a slight change too – using the Less syntax makes for less repetitive CSS, this uses simple nested rules. And I’ve formatted the code. To format code, just highlight the lines of code and use the 5th button in the toolbar:
  5. @cstine – I’ve formatted the code in your answer – the HTML was getting mangled by this site. To format code, just highlight the lines of code and use the 5th button in the toolbar:
  6. Could you post a link to the page where you’ve added this?
  7. @Cragg, I’ve put the <script> tags back in, formatted the code in your answer and added detail of where to add it. To format code, just highlight the lines of code and use the 5th button in the toolbar:
  8. @mtrapani, whereabouts on your site are you after justifying the text, what text is it? And could you post a link to the page?
  9. @groundcontact – I’ve found an even easier way to fix funny formatting and edge cases with Markdown, just add in your own <pre><code> tags (and close them at the end).
  10. You’re worrying about the wrong thing… Bugging out: How rampant online piracy squashed one insect photographer Most copyright holders are individuals; most infringers are businesses.
  11. You’re worrying about the wrong thing… Bugging out: How rampant online piracy squashed one insect photographer Most copyright holders are individuals; most infringers are businesses.
  12. You’re worrying about the wrong thing… Bugging out: How rampant online piracy squashed one insect photographer Most copyright holders are individuals; most infringers are businesses.
  13. The first block of code formatting was getting swallowed up by the list that proceeds it. It must be a bug in the Markdown parser. There’s a couple of workarounds. Manually enter the list tags (<ol><li>Item 1</li>…) – as I did with your answer. Downside: Lots of markup! Alternatively, start a newline at the end of the list, then another, add a non-breaking space ( ), two spaces and another newline. Now you can add a formatted code. Downside: There’s now a big gap between the end of the list and the code.
  14. Could there be some kind of integration with Dropbox (or similar) via a 3rd-party site?
  15. I removed the bit about the form from the title, I didn’t think it would materially change the nature of question (just shorten it). The opening line sums it up nicely too.
  16. Jake - you’ve got a bit of repetition in there. Step 6 is unnecessary, if you look at the screen at step 7, you will see: “Enter code that will be injected into the ‘head’ tag on every page of your site” Further on, on adding a Code Block you include the jQuery, jQuery eventmove and TwentyTwenty files again! So on every page with the slider you’re including it all twice, and on one page you have it included 3 times.
  17. @florideja – it’s difficult to say what’s happening without seeing your site. Could you give us the address of a page where you’re trying to make the change?
  18. @sossy – Just try adding the CSS from @jhughes92 answer, the very worst thing that can happen is that you don’t like the changes it makes. Or it doesn’t even work. Either way it’s easy enough to undo.
  19. @jhughes92 – I’ve reduced your CSS down, there was some redundancy in there and code that didn’t do anything: opacity: 0 is meaningless when the element is hidden. I would urge everyone else that has taken this CSS verbatim to look at it again and see if they can simplify their use – remember, simpler code = faster, more efficient websites!
  20. @ImaadBKK – Please don’t take this wrongly, but I would suggest reading up on CSS a little bit, try this SitePoint CSS Reference. That CSS is awful, there’s redundancy (all those <style> tags, duplicate display: none) and code that doesn’t do anything (opacity: 0). Here it is rewritten: <style> .product-price, .product-quantity-select, .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper { display: none; } </style>
  21. And if you don’t want the named months, the code is even simpler.
  22. It would really make sense to have this available under Settings > Time/Geography, it does say on that page: “These settings will affect the date presentation across the system. You can do this with David Roessli’s answer though, check out the specific answer here, How can I customize the date shown at the end of a blog post? Let Squarespace know you want this feature: support@squarespace.com
  23. …That’s what Paul said in his question: Yes, I know I can add a code block and add some HTML code to create the table. That's fine for me, but my users just want to do it like they would in any other application I do wonder, depending on what kind of data would be uploaded, whether a series of Google Forms and a bit of embedding would do it. Failing that, it sounds like more of a custom code thing.
  24. Not in Squarespace, you might have to look at some sort of hosted system. How about Google Forms?
  25. You don't need to add the first Code Block, all web browsers understand the # fragment as the top of the document. Just make that bottom Code Block: <a href="#">Back to top</a>
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