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rodvaldr

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  1. Of course you can use the template ID the other way around – when looking for Squarespace sites that have implemented a certain template. Example: Search for the Forte template string "51e6b9e4e4b062dafa7099b9" with this search engine: https://search.nerdydata.com/code and, voliá, you have some 400+ pages listed with sites using that very template. It is very inspirational. /rodvaldr
  2. As far as I know, yes. But I've only given it a few minutes...
  3. Well, there is a (non-visual way) to sniff out what Squarespace template is in use. Seems like every template has an unique ID. Search the page source for "template" and you will find a string that looks something like this: "templateId":"51e6b9e4e4b062dafa7099b9" In this case the string identifes the template as a "Forte" template. Other examples: Momentum – 50130f5be4b00a22f5c5a82a Avenue – 4fd11f32c4aad9b01c9e624c Shift – 515c7bd0e4b054dae3fcf003 And so on. The reference templates can be found at http://squarespace.com/templates/ /rodvaldr
  4. Is there a simple way to detect which template is being implemented on a Squarespace web site? Page source? Code inspector? All clues are welcome. /rodvaldr
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