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sssupers

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  1. I'd stretch the pop up times of the social proofs and give a heavy delay to the newsletter popup. It's like – "Oh hey I'm Andy, let's have a coffee in my room!"
  2. More info, please – is it a blog page or a summary block on a regular page within an index? Best would be a link to the relevant page. Thx!
  3. Hi Steven, use this in CSS and style the color and width as you desire. Would be nice if you'd click on the heart on the right hand side to tell me it worked.: .sqs-block-html blockquote, .sqs-block-markdown blockquote { border-left: 5px solid #DCEAED; }
  4. Totally awesome, @brandon – voted up, liked and rewarded with my best GIF:
  5. Hello, using the DONCAB Family and ( Templates: York, Artesia, Flores, Harris, JASPER, Jones, Lange, Shibori, Taylor), I need to change the word 'All', sitting on first position of the Index Navigation to something else. Link to the demo: https://jasper-demo.squarespace.com/chotto-jasper – Index Nav to be found at the very bottom. Thanks for taking a peek!
  6. Hi, you'll use a script, a style sheet and a Markdown block in which you may edit the content to display in any way your html skills take you. The pattern will go alike in the screenshot attached, for further info you'll need to get in contact with the dev teams' support (which isn't known to be overinforming btw.)
  7. Hi Bigthan, there's a plugin for sale at $20 that does the trick using text in a Markdown block: https://squarestud.io/products/info-pop-ups
  8. I found out that the script does not work with Om/Montauk // Brine/Wright and York/Doncab because it requires the ability to set a folder link which only members of the Pacific Family offer. If you're not into Pacific and its clones, save your nerves and look elewhere.
  9. Just to inform anybody who falls in love with the gorgeous language selector but wants to adopt this to another template: hands off from Om/Montauk, Brine/Wright & the Doncab family ( Lange, Artesia, York…). The script requires a special ability to set a link along a folder which only Pacific and its clones do, as far as we've tested. Save your nerves if you want to use this outside Pacific – if Inspector tells you this, look elsewhere: alt text
  10. I created a Template Picker to compare all Templates, Variants and CoverPages. edit: …and it's just been overhauled & released in version 2 after 3300 downloads. http://bit.ly/sqsp-template-picker-v2 -- AUG 2016!
  11. Works nicely on desktop nav. Have you left mobile nav in free scrolling mode?
  12. I did this with Aviator - maybe it helps. .yui3-squarespacecalendar .yui3-calendar-pane { padding: 12px; background: #f5f5f5 !important; } .yui3-squarespacecalendar .today{ color: #ff3333 !important; } .yui3-squarespacecalendar .compact-layout .yui3-calendar-day.has-event{ background: #e7d073 !important; } .yui3-squarespacecalendar .compact-layout .yui3-calendar-day.has-event, .yui3-squarespacecalendar { color: #222 !important; } *sss
  13. Use a Code Block or a Markdown Block. Inside the block, paste this and change the colour Hex value #f2cf4a to whatever you like. <span style="color: #f2cf4a; font-family: Babas; font-size: 2em;">INSPIRATION DAY</span> Enjoy - *sss
  14. Hi there, infact, only Montauk (and it's cloned children Julia and Om) combines centered navigation with the use of an index grid. You'd have to fiddle how to hide the overview grid below the selected item of the index and it might be quite a challenge to display the tags and categories. You may like our famous homemade template picker - watch out for 'index'-features. Best regards - sss*
  15. Thanks again, you're right, it seems to happen something, but the results are fuzzy on my end so I'll test it in several environents. Merci !
  16. I added it into the advanced code injection section of the cover page and there is no effect. %(
  17. Yes, with pleasure - of course I don't want to place my password here. May I send it to info [at] bachnerco.com ? You have a very nice Mario costume in your profile, but no email address… %)Because the slideshow pics need more time to grasp I want to set an interval of let's say 8 seconds on https://lokalplanet.squarespace.com
  18. OK, sounds good. %) In fact, the original timing ( I removed vour code from my above example now ) sems to be 2.5 seconds. Since I tried all kinds of values, what would I have to place into the code to get a SLOWER timing, let's say 5 seconds? This would be much better for my CoverPage because the pictures are not easy to 'read'. Thank you for your answer. *SSS
  19. The Cover Page I created myself in the example above carries your unchanged code in the correct sections but it's still as fast as before. %/ Haha, and when I watch your bachnerco CoverPage (thanks!) it plays with regular speed onethousandone-onethousandtwochange onethousandone-onethousandtwochange… on Chrome, Safari and Firefox.
  20. @bluespainter: your question is more than legit but unfortunately @BradKlopmans happy exclamation marks lead into a false direction. You may sense some kind change after inserting the code but it's just YOUR browser. After you save refresh and view there's the same speedy gallery like before. ( Don't be fooled by the CoverPage of one of the participants of the Urban Outfitters® and Squarespace® Dreamers and Doers Start-Up Contest - they pimped it in a way that makes me sad. That CoverPage runs with 3.5 seconds delay, but if I create one on that same template (sorry folks, it's a trial) it speeds up to 2.0 seconds delay. Will anybody explain us how they did that ? No. They say you can't. Squarespace prays water and drinks wine. As Squarespace-uber-guru Eric 'Esquareda' @eanderson says here, there is no way to do this. Period. It's the Apple - sorry - Squarespace way of telling us where to go, how to behave, what to eat. And it's the only way to get style into the masses and design into the websites of the rest of us. I really wished SO MUCH I could at least give COVER PAGES tiny html-tweaks - just a little rich text, slide show timing, maybe just ONE custom block to place within the layout. But that's their quit and maybe it's the right and only way to survive in the long run. Oooommmm…
  21. @Nicholas Goodden - it works perfectly with the free version - the paid plans are just about stats, tools for email hunters and eye candy. Google for JBs name if you wonder what he's working at and for.
  22. Localizejs.com works, but don't expect miracles.Your site will still be messed up with not translatable hard coded elements like 'Your form has encountered a problem. Please scroll down to review' and similar.
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