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  1. I, too, am having the same issue with my client's site. @mapete77 and @sprintwebsites I see both of your sites are now on indexed—how did you accomplish it? Squarespace (SS) sent me to Google, same as sprintwebsites. Even though a redirect issue by definition originates from the site itself and I've entered zero manual redirects. Interestingly, my client's site has been indexed by Bing and Duck Duck Go. Same site. Same code. Zero issues. Completely baffling.
  2. @Trishyeah CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheet. It's the place where you add code to affect a site's appearance, not the way it "runs." It has no header, footer or other sections. Any component of a site—like the footer—can be "formatted" here: adding code here "overrides" Squarespace's native code. @bangank36 gave you CSS code to try—entering it into the CSS area of your site (Design>>Custom CSS) may solve your problem by overriding whatever the native Squarespace code is doing. As CSS affects only "syles" (formatting and appearance, essentially), the code already inherently targets the footer. @bangank36's code, again: .Footer-inner.clear { width: unset !important; height: unset !important; } Hope this clarifies.
  3. You would add a text block or button block to the detail page, and link either text or button to /shop or /blog (or whatever your URL is for these). My question is, say I don't want the user to return to the top of the blog/shop page. Say I want them to return to the place on the main shop/blog page that they were at before they clicked onto a detail/post page. Clicking the browser back button accomplishes this for the user; but how would I add a link/button on the detail/post page to perform the 'back' function instead?
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