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GlynMusica

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  1. @media only screen and (max-width: 600px) { .view-item .ProductItem-gallery { order: 2; } .view-item .ProductItem-details { padding-top: 20px; order: 1; } } I managed to get this to work with the following code so it will apply to mobile. I share here and thank you for your part. G.
  2. Thanks for this, but is there any way to put a condition in there so it just does this for mobile using viewport? I am not coder!
  3. Hi there. I have a product display page that shows the product image on the left, but that means when viewed on mobile the page begins with the product images rather than the name of the product and details. Has anyone found a nice way to fix this - for example some custom cost that would swap the columns around on mobile so the image block would appear second (as though the product images loaded on the right hand side of the page). Thanks for any help
  4. Yes, it's already a huge problem but the ad-networks are not talking about it. I've also written to SquareSpace because it should not be too hard getting Conversion API working with SS websites. Consider that there are 3rd party plugins for wordpress that enable this functionality. In terms of the actual implementation on SS client side it should literally be just adding the authorization token, but there will be some programming needed. Typically you are going to be losing 20-30% of conversions tracking to IOS but other providers will follow suite, whether browser or tech based
  5. Hi there. I think the only ways you can fix these things are to move any code firing via code injection in the head of the page to the footer - this will stop render blocking. Anything else you want to remove in the header can only be done by going down the developer route. Next Gen formats again I think would be based on you being able to add them via the wysiwig, which I don't think it supports. Unused CSS is again tied outside of your control, although you may be able to expedite some load times with a pre-load (you might need to change the last item). <link rel="prel
  6. Hi there, Look at URL redirects in the SquareSpace documentation, this should fix it.
  7. Didn't find an answer to this not sure if there is a way to remove easily the default Schema markup that SS adds.
  8. Hi there and thanks for your reply. Unfortunately SS is wrong on this, there should not be more than one H1 tag on a page If you install this extension in Chrome, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/h-tag/fjigfcghoooegmndmejpoeoodplfmoca you will see more clearly that every title of your blog post category/collection page is coded using an H1 tag. When you visit one of your blog posts, I picked "PROFESSIONAL FILM DEVELOPING (956) 492-7140" you have 2 H1s the second one being "To order your film processing....". It's a user choice how they code their page on elements they c
  9. Does anyone know whether there is a way that you can set a date for publishing AND unpublishing using the blog feature of SquareSpace? This would make it possible to use the blog feature for creating other website functionalities. Thanks
  10. Hi there. I am trying to find to see if there is a way to add timed on and off buttons for products in SquareSpace. I have seen that it is possible to schedule a product to appear at a certain date. but it would also be good for that same product to disappear when a certain date has been reached. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thanks
  11. Hi there. I've noticed that on the blog pages where all the posts are listed all the titles on the blog are created using H1 tags. That means on a page where you have four blog posts you will have: 1. Page title H1 2. Four blog posts each with H1 What should be happening is that the blog posts are being listed with H2 tags. As there is no way to set the H level on the title of a blog post this is a change that needs to be made at the design/template level. But frankly should probably have been included as part of the blog code natively. Has anyone come up against thi
  12. Friendly greetings. You need to review your SEO, your website is not falling off the search indexes because of the loading time, loading times are a very slim SEO enhancement. Trust me on that. You have multiple H1 tags on the page and very little order telling a search engine how to organize the page, you in-content linking is non-existent. You have no relevant incontent keywords, you have no decent alt-tags and all your images should be properly optimized which means resize and upload again. Do that, and it might improve your positions, but at least it will be properly optimized
  13. I have no idea what this might be but what's the payment processor? I have seen so many times problems like this being caused by the fact that on 3rd party processors once the order has been completed, such as PayPal, the user closes their browser and does not go back to the website. This means that the system never captures the order leading to discrepancies.
  14. The tick boxes in SEO that are provided as a way to optimise your website are recommendations that pretty much everyone is doing. When search engines were in their infancy these recommendations could actually get you on the first page of Google, like Derek says links are still a key mechanism to getting higher rankings. However, bear in mind the following: Any keyword that has commercial intent, IE a keyword where it can be inferred that the visitor might buy something, will only be available for traffic purposes if you purchase that keyword. Taking the example of Wendy, that sells Weddin
  15. GA4 tracking implementation is in Beta and will eventually go and replace Universal Analytics (UA) as the measurement code for tracking via Google Analytics. There is going to be a lot of work involved as many big companies have UA wrapped into their analytics. If you are setting up a new website Google will, as usual, attempt to force you to implement GA4 because they do love getting people to test their stuff for free! However, you will find that you can select an option that will give you a standards UA- analytics code. If you have a Google Analytics code running already on your w
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