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ferguswood

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  1. Hi @tuanphan, the above code gives me this result (see attached) - any way to stop the grey boxing of the logo, tabs etc?
  2. Hi @tuanphan, I'm after a solution to this problem also. I like the look of the code from: https://codepen.io/shayhowe/pen/klAvu Do you think you could send over the code for SS?? Thank you!
  3. Hi @tuanphan, this page yes. Just want to incorporate a stacking element to the product images. When I do incorporate stacking, the Zoom feature doesn't work properly anymore... Are you able to work your magic by any chance?
  4. Site URL: https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk/wine Hi Squarespace Forum, I'm trying to incorporate the stacking design option for my product images. However, when I use this option and move my cursor over the image, the 'zoom' element for the 'Hover action' goes all funny and essentially zooms in on the corner of the image - not ideal... This is almost likely to be a bug in Squarespace at the moment and I have made them aware. In the meantime whilst the issue gets fixed, is there a CSS solution I can use to this problem?? Thank you!
  5. Site URL: https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk Hi all, I sell wine and I'm wanting to offer people a discounted price if they purchase over a certain number of bottles (i.e 5% for case of 6). Even though you can add variants of a product (in this case, 6, 12 etc @5%, 8% etc ), this could become particularly confusing for the consumer, say, if they wanted to order 8: the customer would need a combination of two variants (1x6, 2x1) at different price points. I thought a nifty way around this issue would be to duplicate the product and create a new multibuy offering (eg. case of 6 @5% of
  6. Thank you for explaining the dynamics of this for a blog. Can this be done for an e-commerce 'Store' category? ie. changing meta-title and meta-description for the 'Red Wine' category I use
  7. Is this just a feature that Squarespace doesn't off at the moment @GlynMusica?
  8. Site URL: https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk/wine Hi Squarespace forum! Is it possible to change the meta-title and meta-description for categories for a store? Haven't been able to work around this currently and it's a bit annoying that the various categories that my store has takes the meta-title and meta-description from the main store page 'Wine' (https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk/wine). Thank you ❤️🍷
  9. Site URL: https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk Hi all, I am hoping to change my store page title headings from H2 to H1 so that it can be picked up for SEO purposes (see attached photo). Currently Squarespace doesn't allow this as an option in its fonts section and so is there a bit of code that can be injected to work around this problem? Mucho Gracias 🙂
  10. @bangank36 is it not possible to do it for SEO purposes? many thanks
  11. Site URL: https://www.caminodelvino.co.uk Hi all, I am hoping to change my store page title headings from H2 to H1. (see attached photo) Currently Squarespace doesn't allow this as an option in its fonts section and so is there a bit of code that can be injected to work around this problem? Mucho Gracias 🙂
  12. Yes please @tuanphan, very kind of you to offer
  13. Thank you so much @tuanphan, you're a star
  14. @tuanphan yeah this is something I'd noticed as the difference between the quick view option on the homepage as a 'product' element, in comparison to the quick view option on the store page. It is this second quick view problem which I am trying to solve (ideally for it to be solved how the first one looks as it looks quite nice!) Thank you for the extra bit of code for centering , very kind
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