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NickIppolito

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  1. Hi @KateDesigner, Have a look at my attached screenshot. This website below squarekicker is using Squarespace 7.1 site and the video block has the Embed Data option. I do not believe Marigold is a 7.1 Template. In fact, 7.1 do not have traditional "Templates" as they are 1 template and each "Template" is essentially a series of demo content / layout starting positions. 7.0 have different "template options" within specific template families. 7.0 Templates are grouped together in families. For examples: the 7.0 Tremont template is actually the same template as Camino, Carson, and Henson, but all this different starting demo content. You can see a chart comparison here: https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/228344967-Template-comparison-charts Let me know if that helps. Curious to know what template you are using. Send me a link to your site and I'll let you know what is it. But regardless of the template, the video block used is the same code on both 7.0 and 7.1 so they should have the same options.
  2. Hi @Dark 1.) What do you mean by “chamfer border”? I’m pretty sure you’ll need CSS to remove the border if your seeing one. Flick me a link and I can have a look. 2.) You seem to be using the Vimeo iframe code I created. YouTube has a different set of api in the URL (see above or pasted below). To loop the video on YouTube you need a “playlist” in the iframe URL parameter. The playlist number is the YouTube ID of the video you want to play again, which will be the same video ID again. See example below. <iframe src="https://youtube.com/embed/afbLQtNsBVQ? playlist=afbLQtNsBVQ&autoplay=1&mute=1 &controls=0&loop=1" width="100%" height="100%" frameborder="0" ></iframe>
  3. @kelli_carley You can’t change this unfortunately. But if you don’t want video controls to show up, you can use a paid Vimeo account as hide controls on their dashboard, but that’s the only way I’m afraid.
  4. @SBLTN There shouldn't be any responsive issues if you are using it inside a Video Block. Here are some other websites that I'm using this method on for example: Vimeo Example: https://www.aquaculture.org.nz/ Youtube Example: https://scvl.co.nz/
  5. @kelli_carley Youtube has some different api's so you need to use the below. Swap out afbLQtNsBVQ for you youtube ID. This iframe code should go into your Video Block Embed Data. See Screenshot in earlier post. <iframe src="https://youtube.com/embed/afbLQtNsBVQ? playlist=afbLQtNsBVQ&autoplay=1&mute=1 &controls=0&loop=1" width="100%" height="100%" frameborder="0" ></iframe>
  6. @Alexis-Reid-Design You are not using a Summary Block on the homepage, but a blog page. If you want to disable the image thumbnails on this blog page grid design use. .blog-basic-grid .image-wrapper { pointer-events: none; }
  7. @AshGTG You used the code: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1598303834359_46182 * {pointer-events: none; } The * will disable EVERYTHING from being clicked or hovered. including your "previous - next" arrows. If you swap out the * for a it will only target the links in your summary block. Used this code: #block-yui_3_17_2_1_1598303834359_46182 a {pointer-events: none; }
  8. Hi @KateDesigner could you share a link? It could just be a CSS issue.
  9. Site URL: https://www.squarekicker.com With the help of a few other squarespace developers we launched SquareKicker. A no-code design & animation extension for Squarespace websites. SquareKicker gives you the power to design and build custom Squarespace websites with a visual builder without needing to write a single line of code. No university required… It has been 4 months since we released and we have been blown away with the Squarespace community's response. SquareKicker came from a desire to help designers build Squarespace websites faster and with greater control using no-code and we are so excited by the creative ways you are using SquareKicker in your builds. We have just announced SquareKicker on a site called Product Hunt, which is a daily collection of posts containing the latest of apps, websites and technology. If you like it, would love you upvote on Product Hunt to get the word out at producthunt.com/posts/squarekicker We are long-time Squarespace developers and love the product! We discovered over the years that many clients and even other Squarespace designers were wanting a design that was not possible in Squarespace without using custom code. We kept thinking there must be a better way to provide designers and business owners with the ability to customize their websites without needing a developer, or spending hours trolling the web looking for complicated code snippets that only sometimes worked. With SquareKicker you can say goodbye to copy & paste plugins and hello to a no-code visual builder that allows you to design and animate powerful features with a click of a button, never having to write a single line of code again! As a small team, we took the opportunity during the 2020 pandemic quarantine to develop SquareKicker, the first and only design and animation extension for Squarespace. SquareKicker seamlessly integrates directly into your Squarespace web builder, allowing you to customize your designs with our very own no-code visual builder that sits right alongside Squarespace. SquareKicker takes your designs and creates compliant HTML, CSS and Javascript and saves it directly to your custom code area just as a developer would and backs it up to the cloud. It truly is your very own sidekick saving you time and money. The UI is designed to be simple, intuitive and functional while you see each change update in real-time. With SquareKicker you retain all the functionality of a Squarespace website that you know and love, meaning you or your clients can update their own sites long term. No university required… give it a try and let us know what you think, we think it’s a game-changer 🙂 You can try it for free at www.SquareKicker.com
  10. Hi @gregbarbosa, If you are still looking for a solution for this. SquareKicker recently release a new Squarespace Extension which is a no-code tool that gives you the ability to customise your site without having to write a single line of code (including the control to overlap images) using a visual builder. VIDEO: Squarespace Layout: Overlapping Blocks Between Two Sections https://squarekicker.com/letsmakethis/squarespace-layout-overlapping-blocks-between-two-sections
  11. SquareKicker just released an update last week. If your site is on 7.1, this will unlock the the ability to increase your logo size and header. SK creates the css for you using this visual abstraction just like Squarespace so you don’t need write the actual CSS. Check out the release video here: https://squarekicker.com/letsmakethis/sk-v1-3-0
  12. Hi know this is an old post, but I thought I'd chime in. I've manage to do this, and it pretty easy really. I'm using Vimeo, and I have used the below iframe inside Squarespace's video block, not a code block. But instead of adding the link, you can click <> and insert this code. I am using it on our new SquareKicker website for our learn page here: https://squarekicker.com/learn Just swap out the vimeo number for yours. See screenshot below for example. <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/466007910?autoplay=1&loop=1&autopause=0&background=1&color=ffffff&controls=0&portrait=0" width="800" height= "500" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" allowfullscreen></iframe> It also will auto play on mobile. You can adjust the settings for controls back to 1 instead 0. And muted is background=1, so if you want sound change that, switch it to 0.
  13. Hi @Vidali, This is a bit easer if you have not found out a way. I'm using Vimeo, and I have used the below iframe inside Squarespace's video block. But instead of adding the link, you can click <> and insert this code. I am using it on our new SquareKicker website for our learn page here: https://squarekicker.com/learn Just swap out the vimeo number for yours. See screenshot below for example. <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/466007910?autoplay=1&loop=1&autopause=0&background=1&color=ffffff&controls=0&portrait=0" width="800" height= "500" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" allowfullscreen></iframe> It also will auto play on mobile. You can adjust the settings for controls back to 1 instead 0. And muted is background=1, so if you want sound change that, switch it to 0.
  14. Hi @Smartyart, Definitely not impossible! We have made some far crazier things in Squarespace with SquareKicker. However, I thought I would share this secret with you. It's actually pretty easy. First, I'm using Vimeo, and I have used the below iframe inside Squarespace's video block. But instead of adding the link, you can click <> and insert this code in a video block. I am using it on our new SquareKicker website (7.1 ) for our learn page here: https://squarekicker.com/learn They auto play without sound and controls. But this is how to do it and it does the trick! Just swap out the vimeo number for yours. See screenshot. <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/466007910?autoplay=1&loop=1&autopause=0&background=1&color=ffffff&controls=0&portrait=0" width="800" height= "500" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  15. Hi @adamwentworthI thought I would share this secret with you. I'm using Vimeo, and I have used the below iframe inside Squarespace's video block. But instead of adding the link, you can click <> and insert this code. I am using it on our new SquareKicker website for our learn page here: https://squarekicker.com/learn Just swap out the vimeo number for yours. You will have to adjust some settings in Vimeo's embed to remove things like play button, logo, etc. Also see screenshot. <iframe src="https://player.vimeo.com/video/466007910?autoplay=1&loop=1&autopause=0&background=1&color=ffffff&controls=0&portrait=0" width="800" height= "500" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; fullscreen" allowfullscreen></iframe>
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