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  1. Thanks @iamdavehart. That's a great description. I'll do it that way. For a Squarespace "beginner" it's sometimes hard to guess what the best way would be.
  2. @tuanphan If you have an idea can you please just describe it? I'm an IT guy and can do it on my own to save your time.
  3. @tuanphan Yes, I could. But I don't want to do it manually. It should be automatically there as in case of a blog.
  4. Hi there, is it possible to add a "Read More" to summaries showing events that directs you to the event's detail page? For blog summaries, Squarespace offers that capability. Best, Markus
  5. Thanks @tuanphan I'll try and use it. One question left: Are you sure the ids that are part of the CSS identifiers don't change over time? I.e., the only change when I would delete and add again the blocks?
  6. @tuanphan It's this one: https://www.feg-nord.de/home-1 The summary blocks are at the right below the headline "Nächste Veranstaltungen". The "Test Event" is upcoming, the others below starting from "Sommerfest der Allianz" are past events. Thanks for looking into it!
  7. @tuanphan I am having the same issue. Could you please post the code to remove the spacing between the two summaries?
  8. Hi there, is there a way to get the tags of a blog entry included in the RSS feed of the blog along with the feed entries? Categories are in the feed, but cannot be used here as I need to separate structures for information: Tags and Categories. Markus PS: I'm on Squarespace 7.1
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