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alexrest

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  1. I'm not sure why it's relevant which buttons I want to style. I want to style any and all buttons, and (as I said in the original post) it's disappointing that Squarespace doesn't support such a basic, fundamental design principle.
  2. so your previous statement that "this feature is available in 7.1" was incorrect? also, i'm not sure what "point us towards" means. I want to change any/all buttons (?)
  3. From what I can tell, I have 7.1 (see screenshot) https://paddlefish-tomato-7tmf.squarespace.com/ www.courtgrid.co I don't have the ability to style Small, Medium, and Large buttons independently (see screenshot)
  4. It's a well-known best practice to use different styles for primary and secondary buttons (solid and outline respectively). This helps to promote the recommended action, and gives the UI a clearer hierarchy. It doesn't seem like Squarespace supports a secondary style for buttons. When I go to Site Styles > Buttons and change the style from Solid to Outline... all of the buttons on my site change. Is there a way to specify solid/outline style for just a specific button? Or does Squarespace not support this basic, fundamental design concept?
  5. Are there other classes I can use to style a specific accordion? I have 4+ accordions on my homepage and only want to style one of them. Thanks!
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