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  1. Still haven't had any luck; tried a couple things with innerHTML replacements. @paul2009 or @tuanphan have you experienced this request before? Apologies for the mentions outside of a thread y'all are active in. This one's just bugging me and y'all are the experts 'round these parts.
  2. Haven't been able to find a solution to this on my own. Any help/direction would be appreciated.
  3. Howdy. I want to see if there's a way to change how this Quantity selection works, from a number input field to a quantity dropdown selection. Ideally it would: 1. Allow the user to select a preset quantity of 1 to 5 units 2. Allow the user to select an "Other" or "More!" option at the bottom of that 1 to 5 selection, which would prompt the field to revert back to the original input field Any help would be appreciated, even if only part of it can be accomplished with css, javascript, or some combination thereof.
  4. Sorry, never saw this notification come through for some reason. I figured out what I needed well enough by just adding text blocks below the product blocks, then offsetting those so they were below each product like a makeshift description. Figured I'd add the solution here for anyone looking for the same thing. i.e. #block-yui_[long_block_number_here] { position: relative !important; bottom: 40px !important; }
  5. Howdy. I'm trying to figure out how to add a short description beneath each product block, between the product name & price. So in this screenshot, for example, I want to add a one-line description beneath "Allergy" so this block reads: Allergy Soothes allergies & inflammation $29.99 The only similar built-in option I can find is to list the full description, which would add paragraphs of bloat per product in this grid. I've tried adding a text block underneath, but it doesn't read well / appears disconnected from the products due to spacing. Any suggestions?
  6. Hey there. I'm not a marketer by trade, but I've read dozens of posts on marketing and SEO with Squarespace, including ones where it's pretty clear you can't run clean A/B tests. While disappointing, I'm still going to be doing so with Google Optimize as best I can. My main quandary is this: How can I effectively A/B test product price points? i.e. I want to split my audience to two product pages that are identical, except they have two different prices. Is the only way to duplicate all products, set them to "Hidden", and redirect a % of clicks to them through experiments? Would that even work as I expect it to? Site is yet unpublished, for reference. Just laying all the groundwork before launch next month.
  7. Late to the party, but I've been trying to figure this out as well. The font packs in customer notification emails are very limiting and don't match my brand fonts. What can I do to affect these?
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