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  1. The URL provided is not accessible by us. Do you have a public URL we can view.
  2. The image you posted is a broken link. If you could provide a URL to your website that might help us as well.
  3. You should be able to accomplish what you want. Go to Pages. Click on your cover page. Then click on Video. Click on the </> symbol. Enter your embeded code in the dialog. I've added some pics below to hopefully guide you.
  4. Please provide a URL to your website so that we can take a look.
  5. Perhaps the following will give you a start... .sqs-announcement-bar-text p { animation-direction: alternate; animation-duration: 3s; animation-iteration-count: infinite; animation-name: pulsate; } @keyframes pulsate { from { transform: scale(.9,.9); } to { transform: scale(1,1); } } You'd need to expand it to cover browser specifics of course.
  6. Can you provide a URL to your website so we can see what you are talking about?
  7. As far as I know a feature like that is not built-in to SS. It could be done manually of course. On Mon and Wed at end of day you would schedule items to become available the upcoming M or W. Here is more on editing products < https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206540527-Editing-products >. This process could be prone to error. Another option is to automate some of the process. Here is a very general overview of one way it could be done. On the website there would be some javascript that would hide items that are sold out. Then there would be some backend code on Amazon Web Services or Zapier that would run Mon, Wed and adjust stock levels of certain products.
  8. Thanks that gives us more context. So when you say you want to turn images on and off on certain days what you are wanting to do is have certain products available on certain days of the week?
  9. Can you give us the URL of a webpage from your website where you'd like this behaviour to occur?
  10. In the Pages panel click and drag the page from the Main Navigation to Not Linked. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206543897#toc-remove-a-page-from-navigation--move-it-to-not-linked-
  11. How about... #project { border-bottom: solid; } #project .gallery { margin-bottom: 20px; } ...in the Custom CSS? I haven't tested it extensively but it's a place to start. You may want to fiddle with the margins to balance the spacing.
  12. The Adding product reviews webpage is a place to start.
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