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brianyhearne

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  1. Hi Kevin, So how would you go about giving images an ID?
  2. I feel your pain, but to be fair to Squarespace, they have given you a solid answer. You cannot add any extra elements to a gallery page. You can recreate the effect by creating a new simple page and adding first a text block, and second a gallery block. So what happens if they don't look identical? Well you have to learn CSS. Overall I don't think that's an unfair conclusion to your question. The consumer platform on Squarespace is designed for non-coders and you can achieve more with it than you can, arguably, with any other non-coder friendly platform. That's how I see it at least.
  3. This works for me on Marquee : to change the background colour of 1 page contained within the index page; [data-url-id="YOUR PAGE URL HERE"] .content-inner { background-color: #4068b1 !important; } [data-url-id="YOUR PAGE URL HERE"] .content { background-color: #4068b1 !important; } The page URL is the suffix to the domain including the forward slash eg /my-page
  4. Best bet presumably would be to create a password protect on the pages which detail your wholesale product. See the bottom part of the attached image. However would it not be better to have a separate site for wholesale? I don't want to pay retail if I can see that there is a link for wholesale which I can't use. Know what I mean?
  5. Best bet presumably would be to create a password protect on the pages which detail your wholesale product. See the bottom part of the attached image. However would it not be better to have a separate site for wholesale? I don't want to pay retail if I can see that there is a link for wholesale which I can't use. Know what I mean?
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