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  1. Squarespace have recently added Trunk as a Squarespace Extension. This Extension costs from $29 per month and can synchronise products across your store, including packs and bundles.
  2. The feature has now been restored. You can move products between store pages again.
  3. The feature has now been restored. You can move products between store pages again.
  4. The first and last name are considered personally identifiable information (PII), so in the interests of protecting end user privacy, this information should not be stored in a cookie.
  5. Hello 😀 I have provided some code to do this on my website in the guide entitled Removing 'Select' from Variant Dropdowns on Squarespace 7.1. Let me know how you get on. -Paul If a post helps you, please click a "Like" option below ↘️
  6. It's difficult for the Squarespace customer community to help you with this because we cannot logon to your site to troubleshoot it. I recommend you contact Squarespace Customer Care for assistance. You can reach out to them here.
  7. You don’t need code to change the label on the ‘Add to Cart’ button. You can change this text in the Options tab by checking Use Custom Add Button Label and entering new text. For more information, see this help article.
  8. Thanks for the additional information; it helps me to understand your question. Unfortunately, there isn't a way to refer to the section where you've added the code block. That's not the way CSS styles work. If you would like some advice, I don't recommend adding CSS using Code Blocks. It can quickly become unmanageable and result in conflicts that can be unnecessarily difficult to troubleshoot. Ideally, the CSS styles should be added to the Custom CSS panel (within the Design menu) where they can be structured to make them easy to maintain. There may be better alternatives to the nth-of-type selectors, but it depends on the specifics of what you want to change and how. I hope this helps.
  9. I echo Tuan's comments about reading the guide carefully before enabling Developer Mode. Unless you are a Software Developer who needs this level of access, I strongly advise against enabling it. I say this as a Developer myself. I don't want to concern you unnecessarily, but now that you've turned on Developer Mode, your site's template will no longer receive updates from Squarespace. If you haven't already done so, I recommend you ask your marketing person why they want FTP access to a Squarespace site. It's a very unusual request and unlikely to be necessary.
  10. It will help us if you provide us with more information... 1. Please provide us with the site's read-only password so that we can view it. 2. Please provide details of the code you want to add inside the code blocks.
  11. Sorry, I misunderstood your question. Unfortunately, you cannot create product bundles or gift packs in a way that will take care of inventory levels. This is currently one of the limitations of Squarespace. Of course you can manually 'reserve' some of your product inventory for bundles and then manually create them as new products. If a post helps you, please click a "Like" option below ↘️
  12. Your post includes a link to a suggested solution. Can you explain why this doesn't meet your needs?
  13. Yes, you can add categories to your products to help customers find what they're looking for. Categories automatically create category navigation links on your Products Page. Both tags and categories can be used as filters in various organizational blocks, and you can also link to them from your site's main navigation. For more information see Product Categories.
  14. If the price is the same for each option, you can use a custom product form to capture the options instead of variants. You can then have one product and set the stock level to match your requirements.
  15. I’ve used Lodgify and recommend it to clients. When you set up the search bar, you aren’t really embedding it in your sites, you’re just making it look as if Lodgify is part of your site by allowing it to use a subdomain of your domain name. For example, if your Squarespace site is www.crockettsrun.com then you may want to set up Lodgify to use booking.crockettsrun.com. When you are creating the new A records, you are creating them for this new subdomain, not your full domain as stated in your question. If you add the A record for this, it won’t affect Squarespace but if you add them incorrectly, it will. I hope this helps.
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