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TreyT

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  1. The page you linked to doesn't have anything entered for the code injection. The code would need to be added to each page you need the quantity to be hidden on. Can you add the code to the code injection on the page you linked, and enable the quantity on service products to confirm if you still have the same problem?
  2. Can you link to the page where you are having this issue?
  3. For anyone wanting to do something similar for Commerce, where it should redirect to a custom page after checkout, rather than the normal Order Confirmation page, this same tag can work for that too. This would go under Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Order Confirmation Page.
  4. It looks like the answer offered hides the Add to Cart, and the Price as well. If you only want to hide the Quantity input field but keep all the rest, you can add this to the custom CSS editor: .product-quantity-input { display:none !important; } This will affect products site wide, so if you need this for only a specific product page, you can add this in style tags via the page header code injection: <style> .product-quantity-input { display:none !important; } </style>
  5. The code for this is a little different if you've opted to use a slideshow in your banner. Instead use this code, which worked for me: .meta .meta-description p { text-align: left; width: 100% !important; }
  6. You might consider something like Google Maps, which would allow you to create a custom map with multiple points, then embed this into your site. See the thread below for discussion about this: https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/35300/can-i-add-multiple-locations-on-a-map.html
  7. This should work: .entry-meta { display: none; }
  8. Forms on a Cover Page use the Background color from the Cover page Styles. See the KB guide here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/206544197
  9. Using images with a 3:2 or 4:3 ratio will work on most devices. You can use the focal points to target the most important parts of the image, so that it always centers on that area even when it crops. Avoid using images that have important parts of the image around the edges, as this may get cropped out on mobile. More about image best practices for Squarespace: https://squarespace.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/206542517
  10. In addition to this, the class or ID assigned to the logo image can change from template to template. For instance, the target for Pacific or Fulton for the logo image would be "#logoImage" rather than ".logo". For Flatiron, use the class ".siteTitle" With that in mind, be sure to inspect the element on your logo image to figure out the ID or class and update the code above accordingly.
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