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  1. That code injection stopped working for some reason. We have also tried this in Custom CSS:@media only screen and (max-width: 720px) { figure[style] { transform: initial !important; } } You can edit 720 to be whatever your breakpoint is. But this also has limited success. Found another post that says this is due to cutting on fixed navigation in Styles. As a test we have disabled that, and for now that does seem to remove the jumpiness. So it amazes us Squarespace techs have known about this for at least a year or two and can't figure out how to make mobile scrolling better. I would think it's in their best interest to have sites work great on mobile. No? Will report back any new findings.
  2. Found a hack here that killed the jumpiness, but also parallax on mobile: https://answers.squarespace.com/questions/257395/is-parallax-scrolling-smooth-for-anyone-in-2019-mo.html So I guess this is all tied to parallax.
  3. So I've asked the "Customer Care" team a few times about this issue. Site scrolls fine on desktop but on mobile it is choppy and jumps up and down as you go by different content. I've tried experimenting with parallax content on and off and other things, but it still happens. And quite frankly, just turning off parallax wouldn't be a "solution" really. So the answer I always get is, "We're aware of this, but no ETA on a fix." That's just not acceptable. So I'm posting this to see if anyone has had any success with any hack to improve how jumpy things are on mobile. We predominantly use Sonora and Mojave templates. Perhaps it isn't as bad on some templates? Thanks.
  4. One of the things that disappoints us about Squarespace is the inability to do 3 equal column layouts with images if you need space on the sides. Sometimes you don't want giant images and saving images with a ton of whitespace canvas is just kinda silly and looks bad on mobile. Seems every other web platform has kept up with the demands of responsive layouts. Maybe others are using this hack (or a better one), but posting this in case anyone else is struggling. So to center three images... Create a BLANK page section with MANAGE SECTIONS. Remember the name of this section for CSS in Step 4. Add your three equal size height and width images (like client / customer logos with same pixel dimensions.) Go to Custom CSS and add this code... #yoursectionname {margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto; display: block; width: 75%;}Adjust the width to wider or more narrow. Works like a charm for us. Hope this helps.
  5. Squarespace Support wrote us saying if you have a homepage as an index it automatically will be marked as noindex and you can't change it. We thought that sounded insane that your homepage can't be picked up by Google, especially since we modified the Sonora template and in that source code it doesn't show noindex. So we created a new Home index, set it as the homepage and dragged the subpages from the old Home index with the noindex code. Once we did that the new Home index no longer showed noindex in the source code! We're asking Squarespace to refresh the sitemap. We also went to Google Search console and manually indexed it under URL Inspection. It now sees the page and has it scheduled. Hooray!
  6. Why is this showing up on our homepage? We did not code that. We use an index page for our homepage with subpages. We even tried making all the subpages visible in the SEO tab, but the noindex remains. Google says it can't index the homepage because it is set to noindex by Squarespace. Any ideas?
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