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NoahSnowdayDesign

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  1. NoahSnowdayDesign's post in Editing without Publishing was marked as the answer   
    It's been awhile, but for those still coming across this post, another solution is to duplicate the page, set the duplicate page to private (or "disabled") and make edits and changes. When the updates are finished, switch out the updated page for the old version.

    As an example, if you needed to make updates to the "Services" page while keeping it live, duplicate it, set the new page url to "Services-New", and make sure it's set to disabled. Once the edits are complete, go to the page settings for the live, old version and change the url to "Services-Old" while disabling it. Then quickly change the "Services-New" updated page url to "Services" and make it public by enabling it in page settings.

    Far less complicated than it seems and a very easy solution to this problem.
  2. NoahSnowdayDesign's post in Need to build a link to download images as files, not display them as images was marked as the answer   
    Hi @billfalls! Unfortunately, as far as I know this isn't possible with Squarespace out of the box due to the way SQSP hosts photos (CDN).

    One solution to avoid the "right click, save image, etc." process would be to upload the images to a service like Google Drive, copy the link from Google Drive and attach it to a button or text (set to open in a new tab). This would allow your visitors to download the images by clicking a button or link on your site, then clicking a download button on the subsequent image hosting site.
  3. NoahSnowdayDesign's post in Store Options Button Customization was marked as the answer   
    This video by @inside_the_square should be helpful!
     
     
  4. NoahSnowdayDesign's post in Add subtitle for my portfolio projects! was marked as the answer   
    You're very welcome! @tuanphan did most of the heavy lifting.

    Here is updated code to make the font weight of the subtitle text 300. Just add the green line to the current code in the CSS editor (font-weight: 300;)
    /* Add subtitle */ h3.portfolio-title:after { font-size: 20px; color: black; display: block; font-weight: 300; } a.grid-item[href="/grid-simple/project-one-m2y26"] h3:after { content: "subtitle 01"; } a.grid-item[href="/grid-simple/project-two-yttz3"] h3:after { content: "subtitle 01"; }
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