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  1. Site URL: https://www.cleanplate.co.nz/ Hi There, My client has a Brine 'Rally' template and at the mo it has a Subscribe to the newsletter footer. She want it to be a contact details footer. What is the best approach? Is the Subscribe form hard-coded into the Rally template? Or can I switch footer styles somehow? Appreciate your help. Best regards,
  2. I have answered this myself - I have realized without knowing enough about how Squarespace works, I had gone down a rabbit hole. What I need is Index pages to break up my content. Hopefully I'll ask a more rich question next time!
  3. Hi, I am working on a Version 7 site and I am a new kid on the block. I am more of a code editor, than a developer. I want to make some CSS changes but I am finding the my lack of understanding the format really irritating. I can create a text block element, and drop an image onto it. I want to target the whole thing so I can put background styles on it, style the text (so it can be used as a module across the site). But I can't see how to target the whole thing. The is a blockyui for the text, and a blockyui for the image, they are not nested (prob injected), there are class
  4. Site URL: https://www.cleanplate.co.nz/blog/mussel-egg-foo-yung Hi, I am working on a Version 7 site, and the client has asked me if there is away to imbed recipe card in her blog pages. At the moment she adds the recipe into her page, then has to create and format a pdf with the recipe that she then adds to the site, with a 'print' button. She finds this annoying she needs to do formatting twice: once on the site, and then again for the pdf. Seems like fairly reasonable request, but I can't see a way of doing it. Is there a better way to do this using a native template
  5. I'd ask the usability experts: https://www.nngroup.com/videos/scrolling-information-foraging/?lm=illusion-completeness&pt=youtubevideo
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