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kerstinmartin

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Posts posted by kerstinmartin

  1. 21 hours ago, paul2009 said:

    I've updated the post to cover both the Newsletter Block and the Promotional Popup (copied below).

    
    .newsletter-form-wrapper small, .sqs-popup-overlay-content small {
      display: none;
    }

    Well, that stopped working today ;-( So I am using this but it hides the whole footer, including my own text. I'll leave it like this for now:

    /* Hide reCAPTCHA message */
    .sqs-block-newsletter .newsletter-form-footnote, .sqs-popup-overlay-content .form-disclaimer-text {
      display: none !important;
    }
     

  2. 8 hours ago, paul2009 said:

    For the time being, you can hide the reCAPTCHA message by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS:

    
    .newsletter-form-wrapper small {
      display: none;
    }

     

    Thanks for this, Paul! Do you know how to make this work for the promotional pop-up? I am just linking to my Privacy Policy where I've added this statement. Thanks!

  3. This is unbelievable.  A message like this belongs in a privacy or cookie policy, a website builder should never FORCE us to display it like this on our websites. It completely disregards design asthetics and our autonomy as business owners.

    Do other email providers do this as well?

  4. 4 hours ago, XianNewman said:

    Maybe @tuanphan or @kerstinmartin know a way to make this happen! 🍷 

    There might be a way to do this with CSS but I don't know the code off the top of my head.

    I am wondering though, why would you want to hide the 'from'? Is that not misleading when people then click on the dropdown list and see the different prices because you have set the expectation that it's all the same price? Plus, the from indicates that there are more options which can people make curious and entice them to check out the different options. That's just how I would feel as the consumer.

  5. 4 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

    To be honest there are other technical factors that have a much greater influence over Squarespace performance, and I imagine Squarespace Engineers are concentrating on these.

    Good, I'm glad to hear this. Image quality is always a top priority for me, and our clients, and I would never want to compromise on that. Let's hope indeed that SQS engineers are on top of this, I could certainly do with an improvement in my sitespeed. Thanks, Paul! 

  6. On 3/29/2021 at 3:50 AM, paul2009 said:

    The only aspects you can control are the filesize of your images and the code that you add manually using Code Injection or Custom CSS. However, the size of your own code will be a drop in the ocean compared the size of the built-in Squarespace code and so optimisation won't really make a difference. 

    Thanks for this clarification, Paul. I've also been wondering what else I can do beyond the obvious, like images. Now one thing that also comes up is a message about new generation image format. I've not even had the time to look at this but do you know anything about this? 

  7. On 1/31/2020 at 6:39 AM, AlexSantos said:
    • Is v7.1 a good option for a new site now, do any kinks remain?
    • Which v7.1 template is recommended?
    • Should I just use Brine?
    • Is Brine v7.1 ready?
    • Which Squarespace page do I visit to view only the v7.1 templates in isolation?

    Hi Alex! Good to see you again 🙂 

    I will be building new sites in 7.1 from now on and I am also in the process of redesigning my own on 7.1. It's still not perfect but quite a few improvements have been made (color management is definitely better now) and the more I get to know it the more I love it!

    Since all 7.1 templates have the same architecture it doesn't really matter which one you choose. I usually start on Bailard because that reminds me of good old Bedford 🙂 Hester looks like Brine.

    7.1 was released into GA in January so all new trials start on it now. The URL is https://www.squarespace.com/templates

  8. This post has gotten so many views but so far no comprehensive reply regarding the integration of font-awesome into a Squarespace website. Does anyone know how to do this and can explain it step by step? Or do you know of an article on the web somewhere that does this in relation to Squarespace? My own research has not come up with much unfortunately.

    Any pointers would be much appreciated! Thank you.

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