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  2. This could probably be done with some CSS – could you share the URL of the page you're working on?
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  4. @GaryMP - You can pull a "last updated" value from the page source. Right click and view page source on the page you're curious about, then search for "data-updated-on", which turns up at a few spots in the html. This will show a value in system time (like "1567008451882"). There's converters online that'll swap this into a readable date & time. If I run that value through https://www.epochconverter.com/ I get this: Which matches the last time I updated that page. That said, I don't think you can get a "Created On" date from the page source by default, though this guide for pulling published dates using Google seems fairly accurate: https://www.maketecheasier.com/find-out-webpage-published-date/
  5. @cakeus It looks like you're adding that code in the Custom CSS panel, but the code you're adding is html (with some Javascript bits inserted). You'll want to add this in Settings > Advanced > Code Injection to see if it works. The Custom CSS panel only supports CSS.
  6. @Arran Great, can see it now – delete the earlier CSS and try this instead: #footerBlocksMiddle { color: black; background-color: white; margin: 0 -2% } Might need to play with the -2% value to get it looking right; the border is set for the whole footer so it'd take a little more work to get the middle section full-width automatically.
  7. @Arran That password doesn't seem to work. Try this in Design > Advanced > Custom CSS and let me know how you get on: .Footer-middle { background-color: white; }
  8. Squarespace recently fixed a bug where products on disabled Products Pages could be added to the cart – previously, if you had a product on a disabled Products Page shared elsewhere on your site (in a Product Block or Summary Block, or linked directly to the URL), the product could be purchased. If you're noticing products can no longer be purchased, double-check that the Products Page is enabled (you can move it to your Not Linked Pages to keep it from appearing in your navigation. @oquay @kevinlh @booking
  9. @Jamaer – I don't understand, are the options to contact Squarespace not appearing after you select from the drop-downs on the Contact page?
  10. @bogieharlow – A Product Block is good for this.
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  12. @andrewyoung0811 -- If you've got any CSS added to the site, try removing it; if that resolves the issue you know your CSS is the culprit. Then remove the CSS rule by rule to figure out which one is screwing with the editor. Sometimes just removing and re-adding it will sort the editor out. Let me know how it goes.
  13. @aIVIis -- please share your site's url and the url you'd like the link to point to.
  14. @batmurk -- per Squarespace's guide, you can forward the email to reportphishing@squarespace.com
  15. @Chadikoy - One possibility might be to write your CSS in an external editor and upload the file as a link on your site (in any link on a page, I just tried it with a text link on an unlinked page). Then, copy the link to the file and set up a normal <link rel="stylesheet" href="the-link-you-copied"> in your header code injection in the advanced settings.
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