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JakeM

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  1. I might be wrong. Very new to using Squarespace, but wouldn't that split the heading into two different elements. Screen readers and search engines would read them as separate relatated but not joined headings. If I was doing this in vanilla code it would be <h1>The big part and <span> smaller part</span> of the same heading </h1> With css to separately style the span h1 span { font-size: insert font size; }
  2. I'm new to squarespace. Giving it a spin becuase I hear it's good. It seems like I'm not going to be able to realise the designs without using custom CSS. That's fine, I know my way around that. But my problem is how difficult it is to find the classes and IDs of elements. Ordinarily I'd just right click and inspect but the squarespace code in preview is so bundled up that you need to expand hundred and hundreds of divs to get to anything. Is there an easier way? Like, am I missing a way of specifically defining CSS from the editor for specific elements? And also, what use is CSS if you can't define class names. Am I missing something obvious. I probably am.
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