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MaryPhilip_

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  1. @SquareStudio have a scroll down arrow plugin that you can use and it's easy to install: https://squarestud.io/shop/scroll-indicator
  2. Hi @kiwimango25, without having a link to the site it's hard to give full instructions. If this is just one instance then you can target the block id and reduce the padding / margin in the css. If it's more video blocks and gallery instances then your best bet is to link the Squarespace url in this thread with the password and more people can help 🙂
  3. Hey, I would mix the code from @WillMyers for tabbed content and then use the accordion in one of those sections: https://www.will-myers.com/articles/how-to-add-tabs-in-squarespace-70-71 https://www.will-myers.com/products/p/accordion-dropdown-plugin-for-squarespace
  4. Indeed, the other option - it would be labour intensive - would to hyperlink text to the tag link. Again, not as elegant solution as @paul2009 is suggesting above.
  5. Thanks for linking my blog @derricksrandomviews 🙂
  6. Yes, jump down to Step 5 on this article to connect your Squarespace shop to Facebook.
  7. I've done this for another site but make sure that the audio files are less than 160MB Also that the membership option allows for a high quality level of support in case you run into any issues. Memberspace have had pretty good reviews but make sure to hide the content with them. They have a useful article here: https://www.memberspace.com/start/members-only-private-podcast/
  8. Hi @milowindsor, I'd suggest Utica as a starting point: https://utica-demo.squarespace.com/ Let us know how you get on! 🙂
  9. Hi @casti, Any of the templates will allow you to do this, I'd go with the overall design / feel that you were looking from and go from there. For LinkedIn, you could use the blog sharing option or copy the content across to a LinkedIn article to ensure that the formating works well for the platform. 🙂
  10. More than fair enough 🙂 @WiseDogStudio
  11. Increase the max-width of that page to make it go full-width. Play around with padding etc. to best suit your needs. If you need help knowing how to target one singular page in the Custom CSS then this article will be useful. .tweak-site-width-option-full-background .Main-content { max-width: 2000px; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; padding-left: 10px; padding-right: 10px; }
  12. Hey @ChuckWard can you link to the site so that people can help troubleshoot?
  13. The only workaround I have found is a form on the page that has a list of the photo numbers as selectors/checkboxes for people to tick. Not great for managing multiple large projects but was for a smaller photography business who did branding shots. Fingers crossed you find something! @WiseDogDesign 🙂
  14. Glad it's helped and you managed to tweak it to suit your site 🙂 @PurposefulArchitect
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