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    ali.duffell reacted to TeamCJ in Is it possible to have an "add to wishlist" and a "add to cart"   
    Site URL: http://teamcjwip.squarespace.com
    Hello, is there any possible way that I can add an Add to Wishlist & an Add to Cart button. I work for a company that manufactures parts, sells, and restores automobiles. We'd like people to be able to shop and buy parts from our online store we'd also like our restoration clients to be able to create a wishlist of parts they might want to add into the builds of their vehicles. I've done some research but I can only find a way to have either a wishlist or a cart. which isn't what I'm going for here.
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    ali.duffell reacted to midwicket in How can I take orders without taking payment?   

    Squarespace makes it pretty impossible to set up a checkout process  for offline payments, unless you like imperfect workarounds. Either Squarespace is simply unaware of such a need (seems unlikely) or their business model is beholden to the payment processors (they probably get a cut off the transaction back from the processor) - the suppression of such a basic feature is otherwise inexplicable.
    I am venting my frustration here, because I like Squarespace, and would like them to fix this. In comparison -
    Ecwid - extremely easy to use, great features set, design ethos - Soviet housing block utilitarian;
    Shopify - works well except for the usurious toll they take on every transaction, including offline
    WordPress/WooCommerce - the Rube Goldberg site builder with a Dewey Decimal System inspired admin dashboard
    Why do I like Squarespace - in one word - design. Simple to use admin dashboard that does not hurt my eye or sensitivities, as well as outstanding website design. Where does Squarespace fall short - basic features critical to commerce such as offline checkout (and other finer customisation details, but lets stick to offline checkout today).
    - Create a 100% Discount Code so customers can checkout without a card. Issue - you are literally offering the customer a 100% discount since you can't even change the words (automatic description "Save 100% on any order" appears at checkout and in order conf email)
    - Wishlist extension . Issue - the faq says this substitutes the checkout process, i.e., you cannot have some customers adding to Wishlist and others checking out with carded payments. This solution would be great for those whose entire business is offline but for others who have a mixed customer base (some with credit cards, some debit cards, some paying through bank transfers, others at store) this does not seem to be the solution
    - Square for Offline - this is not available outside the USA! It is 2020, and the rest of the world is not so shabby as to be ignored

    Squarespace should rightly be proud about its design, and its Values , one of which is Simplify.  Surely offering a simple solution to add Offline checkout is possible and long overdue? Anthony Casalena, are you listening, because no one else at Squarespace apparently is.


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    ali.duffell reacted to modsquare in Getting a thumbnail image to show up next to google search results   
    So what you're seeing here are search results that are showing some structured data, or schema, associated with the page. Schema structures information in a way that Google understands and doesn't have to make guesses as to what something is. There are almost 1,000 different schemas, although Google only uses a select few in their search results. https://schema.org/docs/schemas.html
    In the case of the screenshot above, it does link to a blog post but they are using the recipe schema. Here's a link to a page that describes how they did that: https://www.sitesell.com/blog/recipe-schema/
     Squarespace does automatically generate a few types of schema for you, like blog post and products. But there are tool out there like this one ( https://technicalseo.com/tools/schema-markup-generator/ ) where you fill in the blanks, copy the output code, and paste the results into your individual webpage's code injection.
    Even if you add this to your page, it's at Google's discretion if they display it or not in the search results. Its debatable if adding schema to a page helps directly with SEO. However, it can definitely make your search result more enticing to people to click on it — and higher click through rates do help with SEO.
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    ali.duffell reacted to modsquare in SEO Schema Tag   
    Actually, schema mark-up isn't visible HTML on the website. The script is meant to tell Google structured information about you, in this case about your business. It's great that you are adding this to the site, however, I would suggest adding this code to the page's header code injection which can be found on the page settings > advanced.
    Then, simply add your business contact information as a text block in your footer as well and you should be good.
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    ali.duffell reacted to tuanphan in How to change the background color of a single element   
    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS
    div#block-yui-12abcdsdf {background: red;} How to find Block ID. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/squarespace-collectionblo/bggpdfnccodbnmcndckmeehdjkjojkde
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    ali.duffell reacted to ThompsonWebDesign in How do I remove 'price' 'add to cart' and 'quantity' from item listings?   
    You should look in @paul2009s product form extension which will effectively do what you’re looking to achieve.
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    ali.duffell reacted to aniemczyk in How do I remove “price” “add to cart” and “quantity” fields in the Store?   
    Hi, I think this thread is awesome, and I'm looking to do the same thing. But before I propose using products to my client, I want to make sure you can actually remove all purchasing indicators. We only make distributor sales.
    Does anyone have an example of their site where they did this? I'd love to see it in action!
    My additional concerns that aren't mentioned above are:
    The cart icon in the header does the 'quick view' or product page link to 'add to cart' even if you visually remove the button? I don't functionality remaining on something I tried to hide.
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    ali.duffell reacted to colin.irwin in Decreasing Section Padding Squarespace 7.1   
    There is a min-height of 33vh set on sections. You need to override that to get the sections smaller. 

    For all sections this would be:
    .page-section { min-height: 0 !important; } For a specific section you need to specify the data-section-id that can be found by inspecting the page code using your browser's developer tools.

    Somethig like this:
    .page-section[data-section-id="5d979fd8590a832f3c411579"] { min-height: 0 !important; }  
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    ali.duffell reacted to tuanphan in Fixed Header with Announcement Bar   
    Can you share link to your site? 
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    ali.duffell reacted to tuanphan in Fixed Header with Announcement Bar   
    You can fixed annoucement bar & disable "close annoucement bar" by adding this code to Home > design > Custom CSS
    .Header { position: fixed; z-index: 1000; width: 100%; top: 60px; } .sqs-announcement-bar-dropzone { top: 0; position: fixed; left: 0; right: 0; z-index: 999; } span.sqs-announcement-bar-close { display: none; }  
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    ali.duffell reacted to tuanphan in Possible to add a tagline under site title in 7.1?   
    Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS
    a#site-title:after { content: "tuan phan"; display: block; }
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    ali.duffell reacted to e2astudio in Possible to add a tagline under site title in 7.1?   
    This should do the trick:
    .header-title-text a::after { content: 'Tagline'; display: block; font-size: 14px; line-height: 1em; }  
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    ali.duffell reacted to e2astudio in Possible to add a tagline under site title in 7.1?   
    I'd probably use a graphic.
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