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  1. I suggested that SquareSpace invest more in their templating to accommodate some of these matters.
  2. I'd like the copyright to appear on all pages; though, the cover page might need it positioned differently.
  3. I was thinking something more uniform that appeared in a "footer" section of each page. Wells doesn't provide a footer, but I believe CSS can create (or position) it. It might be aligned left, right or center-ish.
  4. Hi there, I just made it public http://forrestaldrich.com Thank you!
  5. My site is using the Wells template, which I started with -- yes, I realize it's older and eventually I'll handle that. Wells does not support a footer (puzzling). There is no method to migrate Wells to an equivalent (7.1) template (more puzzling). I am using a cover page along with the rest of the template pages. I figured out how to place a (C) Copyright in the bottom of the menu, in Wells. But what I'm really trying to accomplish is placing this via CSS in the equivalent of a footer that is uniform across all pages, including the cover, in a light gray color. So basically: (C) 2021 My Name. All rights reserved. or something like that. The Cover item is different from the internal pages, so it would likely need to be referenced as such in CSS. I just can't seem to figure out how to do this. Thank you.
  6. Would it be useful to update older templates, such as the popular "Wells", to current SquareSpace 7.1 standards, so users can enjoy new and/or expanded features? Are there plans to do this? _F
  7. All I require is a smaller Copyright (C) element and a small paragraph statement (ie: when clicked on, etc). Don't need an external URL for it. I think everyone should be able to do this, frankly, regardless of plan.
  8. Could we do something similar, using the Wells template (which I prefer) that would allocate a small (C) Copyright item in what would typically be the footer area -- which is also clickable and would navigate to a copyright statement. I'm guess this may not be possible, unless you create a new page then style it with CSS to keep it invisible from the left navigation, but visible in the footer (which I don't yet know how to do).
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