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  1. I'm having the same issue. I thought I found a workaround but it didn't work perfectly. Here's the site URL: https://www.oceanworksgallery.com/ I just want all nav links to be on one line. Thanks!!
  2. Also wondering about the "/p/" problem. It looks terrible. I'm not sure why this is even being added. Has anyone figured it out? Thanks!
  3. @tuanphan Oh, yes, that has changed since I posted! Here it is: https://santafearttours.com/artshop/venuses-mug It's actually not a super pressing issue now, as I was able to change the price color so it's more noticeable. But I would still love to know how to move it down if I decide to do that! Thank you in advance!
  4. @PhilipStewart Did you ever figure this out? It would be a nice feature to have. I'm looking for the same functionality for an artist who is selling prints. It looks like you've just kept the 1:1 aspect for now. One thought I just had is to sort the prints into categories like "horizontal" and "vertical" or "landscape" and "portrait" orientation. Then, you could add two summary blocks, one showing the horizontal category with an appropriate aspect ratio, followed by the vertical category with its ratio. This should work well if all of your horizontal images are more or less the same ratio, and same with vertical. Let me know if you think of another solution!
  5. @tuanphan Your answers are always so helpful! I have basically the same question, but in 7.0 Bedford. Here's a product page as an example: https://santafearttours.com/art-shop/venuses-mug. Password is artshop1 if you need it. I'm wanting to move price down so they can see it change based on their selection. Ideally, it would be between Size and Quantity with a similar heading, i.e. "Price:" Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!
  6. Yes! I'm also hoping for a similar feature for a client. She offers shoes with a standard sole and an upgrade. Rather than list the upgrade as a product variant (creating more admin work, inventory management, etc.), I'd love for customers to just be able to select the upgrade as an add-on or upsell.
  7. I'm also looking for a solution to this. One of my clients sells consultation packages and classes as service products. It would be so helpful to be able to change order confirmation information based on the type of service/product. For example, for consultations, the order confirmation might include tips for how to prepare for the consultation. For classes, the confirmation might include a location or a Zoom link if it's virtual. This is the first Squarespace store I've set up, and I'm kind of shocked that it isn't possible to customize emails at the product level, unless I'm completely missing something! Has anyone found any solutions?
  8. Hi all, sorry, just now seeing this! I ended up using a workaround that isn't my ideal, but it works well enough. Just to clarify, this site is in 7.1. First, I removed the footer on the homepage by entering this code that I found elsewhere into custom CSS. (Really I just do a lot of googling and trial and error, ha.) #collection-5f667875ea19332049d100c0 { footer { display: none !important; } } Then, I set the section height to 100 and selected the last option for content alignment, so that the section content would be shifted toward the bottom of the page. Then I added a text box at the bottom of the page and entered the copyright info there to match the footer of the other pages. I hope that makes sense! Unfortunately, because of the content shift downward, there's more space at the top of the page than I would like. But it's not terrible and it works for now until I figure out how to tweak that. 🙂
  9. Hello! I have this question as well! Site is cloudcommandsound.com. I'd like for the footer to be transparent (like the header), showing the background image of the main section rather than an opaque background color. Thanks!
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