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creedon

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  1. @remiolamoto I assume that you have created 3 store pages, one for each category? If so, one way would be to move all the products to one Store page. Then assign categories in the new store for the products from each of the old stores. You'll have to watch out for the product total limit for the new store page. Has the store ever been available to the public and indexed by search engines? If so then if you go ahead with this method you'll want to set up URL redirects for your stores and product detail pages. This is a very general overview of what to do. This process can be a little tricky to do efficiently.
  2. Odd. Here is the URL for the whole thread. https://forum.squarespace.com/topic/185087-unwanted-code-showing-up-in-nav/ Let us know how it goes.
  3. @ShinNYC I'm not finding the URL for your blog page in this thread. Please post the URL.
  4. Sounds like you did it right. Please post the URL for your site. If your site is not public please set up a site-wide password, if you've not already done so. Post the password here. Adding a site-wide password is not a security breach. Please read the documentation at the link provided to understand how it works. We can then take a look at your issue.
  5. I've have updated my code. It should now avoid all page sections that don't have the code block set with <div class="twc-psst"></div>. Thank you by the way for reporting issues! I do test my code but there is nothing like real world use to shake out the bugs. Let us know how it goes.
  6. Add the following to Store Settings > Advanced > Page Header Code Injection for the store page. <style> .ProductItem-details .sqs-add-to-cart-button-wrapper { margin-bottom : 0; } </style> Let us know how it goes.
  7. Yes indeedy! Please see my November 21, 2020 post earlier in this thread. The code linked to there should do the trick. You'll want to set the following for your need. const formName = 'Gift message'; const maxLength = 80; const formFieldLabel = 'Gift message'; Let us know how it goes.
  8. @Duya Please see my first July 19th post for link to updated code. Give the code a go on your duplicate site and let us know how it goes.
  9. More progress but not a solution at this point. Since we're talking animations here, I figured I'd post a movie of my progress so far. At the start of the video we see part of a page section at the top and then our animated section. I scroll down and when the animated page section hits the top of the window the animation starts. I scroll down a bit, then back up, and down. Then you'll notice the white bit (not intended to part of the final effect ) and the next page section comes along and pushes the animated section up. The animation images for this test are only 20 images so the animation is not very smooth. Apple for their Ear Pods and iPhone SE animations use upwards of 100 images for a smoother animation. Nothing wrong with only 20 images. Just depends on what you are trying to get across. 🙂 page section video scrubbing animation.mp4
  10. The sticky bit is relatively easy on its own. CSS has defined a position sticky. It's getting the various elements of the overall effect to work in the context of an SS site to come together. That is the trick! 🙂
  11. Please post the URL for your site. If your site is not public please set up a site-wide password, if you've not already done so. Post the password here. Adding a site-wide password is not a security breach. Please read the documentation at the link provided to understand how it works. We can then take a look at your issue.
  12. @Georgiawhoknows The checkout page can not be modified it is a SS security feature. If you can add the form to the product detail then that from can be modified.
  13. Hello Julian, I've not forgotten about this post. I've done some experiments. No real joy yet but some progress in my understanding of how this might come together. The code you cited was pretty easy to get going in a page section. That code does not have the section stick to top of the screen and animate until the next section comes along and pushes it up. Also the technique it uses to animate is not performant. Using a canvas element seems to be the way to go. Stay tuned. This exploration is going to take some time.
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