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  1. In case anyone else is still looking for a resolution, you can get a full-bleed image to NOT crop using this method: 1. Use a full bleed Gallery section instead of an Image section, and just put 1 image in the Gallery. Turn off arrows and animations. 2. Then you can use the @tuanphan code solution from this thread (pasted here for convenience): @media screen and (max-width:767px) { .gallery-fullscreen-slideshow[data-width="full-bleed"] { height: 15vh !important; } } Just adjust the 15vh to whatever height works best for your image (it will vary depending on the aspect rati
  2. It's been a while since I had a US client with Commerce needs. Do folks know if it's still the case that you have to manually set up each and every single state and local tax rate? No ability to bulk upload, and no integration with some kind of central spreadsheet that sets it up for you? I heard some murmurings that TaxJar or another extension would do this but I can't seem to see any info about that.
  3. A recurrent comment from clients/prospects is: "[random person] told me that no Squarespace website will ever be as good as a Wordpress one for SEO because you can't use Yoast plugin with Squarespace". I have my own set of responses to this, but I'd love to hear yours, Matt.
  4. Or if you want to put this code in once and have it work on all instances of pages where you don't use a banner image, you can use this tweak on the code from @christyprice .Header:not(.Header--overlay) img.Header-branding-logo { -webkit-filter: invert(100%); filter: invert(100%); filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert='1'); }
  5. Just a quick thank you for all your helpful posts over the years - been crawling the AnswersHub to gather up some of my fave solutions from there and your posts show up again and again 💫

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