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Mixtus Media

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  1. See my answer that gives more detail: http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/23324/gallery-external-link-in-new-windowtab/96241
  2. To add some clarification here, this is what you're doing: To get a link to open in a new page, the proper HTML is: <a href="http://answers.squarespace.com/questions/23324/gallery-external-link-in-new-windowtab" target="_blank">Link</a> Squarespace doesn't offer the "Open in new window" checkbox in the gallery images like they do in the image block and other link fields. That checkbox simply adds the target="_blank" code before the close bracket. The hack for gallery links to open in a new window is to add the necessary code for it to open in a new window before the closing quotation marks, which is why you add this to the end of your URL (without closing quotes): "target="_blank The first set of quotes are the closing quotes for the URL, and the original closing quotes that Squarespace provides become the closing quotes for the target="_blank". Since Squarespace doesn't allow spaces in its URLs and gives you an error if you try to add it, you need to leave the space before target out. Hope that helps!
  3. @EmailsSupportFrequently, The first SS support response did in fact offer you a solution. He/she was directing you to the Custom CSS code option within the Style Editor. What I did to remove the time from the Event list was to add the following code to the Events Settings > Advanced > Page Header Code Injection field. It hides the time element. I'm using the Five template. The class may be different for other themes. Just right click on the time in Chrome and choose "Inspect Element" to find the "class" code for the time text. <style> .eventlist-meta-time {display: none !important;} </style>
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