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  1. Hi Buck, this might be a bit late for you but there is a directory tool called Community Box that allows you to create searchable listings: https://www.communitybox.co/squarespace I'm not sure it's exactly what you're looking for but you can have people in categories and then search and sort by name, categories or location. It's free for up to 25 entries if you wanted to have a play around. Full disclosure, I was involved with making this tool but we created it because I'm a Squarespace designer and was frustrated due to the lack of directory options.
  2. If you want a bit more of an in-depth guide on how to do this, Christy Price has put together a guide including a video walkthrough on her site: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-tips-tricks/how-to-add-social-media-icons-to-squarespace-navigation
  3. Hi Chris, Annoyingly, Squarespace don't currently have a built in option to display descriptions via the Gallery Block and there isn't an easy way to achieve this with CSS that I'm aware of (other helpers please correct me if I'm wrong about this). However, there is a workaround you can do using a Summary Block that you might want to try. First you will need to add a Gallery Page (as opposed to a Gallery Block) and Squarespace have a guide for how to do this here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543047-Adding-a-Gallery-Page Once you've added your videos and given them titles and descriptions, you can then go to the page where you would like them to be displayed and insert a Grid Summary Block using the content insert points (as you would with text or an image). Select the Gallery Page you have just created as the source and then you can control how the gallery is displayed using the Layout and Display tabs. To show the description, choose "Show Excerpt" in the Display tab. Hope that helps! Cheers, Katy
  4. Maybe something to do with positioning? Sorry my CSS knowledge doesn't quite extend that far but hopefully someone on here will be able to help. Good luck :-) p.s. Your business sounds amazing!
  5. There's also another way to do this, going along the same lines but it has slightly fewer steps so might be of interest. You can use Font Awesome icons (you just need to add a line of code to your website header via the "Code Injection" section in the settings) and then use their icon codes instead of the image code when you're adding a link to the navigation. For example, using their Twitter code, add this to the title section: <i class="fa fa-twitter"></i> Then just add the Twitter link in the URL section. You can also adjust the size, for example, this would make it double in size: <i class="fa fa-twitter fa-2x"></i> You can actually make changes in the normal style editor too as it's just like another font, so you can edit the colours etc. (exactly what you can do will depend on your template) without having to use any CSS (although you can style it with CSS too if you want). More information here: Font Awesome Examples This would also work if you wanted any other icons in your navigation as they have a large library of different icons. Hope that helps, this is my first answer on here so I'm not sure of etiquette, should I post this on the other similar threads too? I will second the thanks to Brok whose initial response led me down this path!
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