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  1. @Slanccy I have a Squarespace Extension available that allows you to add an enquiry form option to items that you specify, such as high ticket items. You can have an enquiry button beside the add-to-cart button or instead of it. You'll find full details here: Enquiry Form Extension for Squarespace (now compatible with both Squarespace 7.0 and Squarespace 7.1)
  2. You could do this by adding another size/colour to the product and setting the stock of this variant to zero. However, it's not a good idea to add an unnecessary step to the purchase workflow as it can negatively affect conversion. I'd be interested to know why the client wants this, unless they plan to have other sizes or colours available shortly. Can you provide more information?
  3. Thanks for reaching out @mycreativecondition. I've responded via email 🙂
  4. You can add a single site password, or a single password per page, but you cannot currently use one password per user - at least not on the Squarespace 7.0 or 7.1 platform. There are third party products available that you can use to manage access to non-sensitive information. If you search for Squarespace and Membership you'll find a number of threads about this, for example:
  5. In 2018, they decided that the channel avatar and video title were "an important part of YouTube’s core user experience" and they should always display before playback begins, when playback is paused, and when playback ends. They therefore deprecated any parameters that prevented this. The effect of the change is that you can no longer hide them. This is controlled by YouTube not Squarespace. If you need to use videos without titles you may want to consider a paid plan on one of the other supported video hosting platforms.
  6. Squarespace still only accepts dates in the form mm/dd/yy. That said, if you expect a website to appeal to a global audience, there are better ways to input a date than to ask users to enter them manually. For example, someone from Europe who is visiting New York could could easily book theatre tickets for April 3rd (04/03) instead of 4th March (04/03) if they were required to enter the date using digits. The transaction could be a total disaster! Unless you are requesting historical dates, like a date of birth, a datepicker offers a much improved user experience (UX) for everyone. A popular solution is our Datepicker Extension for Squarespace. You can add it to Squarespace Contact Forms and Custom Product Forms on both Squarespace 7.0 and 7.1.
  7. See a post I wrote about this here: https://sf.digital/squarespace-solutions/squarespace-products-changing-sold-out-to-sold-or-something-else
  8. Squarespace have confirmed that this is related to an issue with Form Blocks on their end. It has been reported to the Engineering team, and they’re currently prioritising the issue. It only appears when you are logged on - the public doesn’t see it. For future reference, if you experience an issue like this, it’s best to report it directly to Squarespace Customer Care. Forum users cannot fix issues like this.
  9. These are different issues. @mccall - you have syntax errors in your CSS that are preventing it from parsing (there's more CSS than shown above).
  10. If you want to identify other selectors, you may find these articles helpful. They are a few years old but should still be relevant. Finding CSS ID and Class Selectors Using CSS on Squarespace
  11. There isn't a Site Styles tweak for this, so you need to add some CSS to Design > Custom CSS. Your site logo appears to be an image rather than text, but here's an example to affect the H1 titles: h1 { font-variant: small-caps; } You can make it affect other areas by replacing h1 with the correct selector. You could also add other selectors separated by commas to affect more than one area, for example, "h1, h2, h3".
  12. Once you've formatted the text as italics (using the text formatting toolbar), you can add: /* Replace italics with strikethrough */ em { text-decoration: line-through; font-style: normal; }
  13. There are a number of ways to do this, some of which require you to use a third-party solution and some of which can be built in a Squarespace Collection. It really depends on the specifics of your requirements. "I need a searchable database" isn't enough information for someone to give you a solution 🙂. We can throw you a bone with the names of some third party products, but they may not help. It's much better if you can provide: a link to the website, whether it's in progress or fully built. Note that the link needs to be public, so if it's a trial, you need to set a password and tell us what it is. full details of the data you want to display. details of where the data is currently held. details of why/how visitors need to be able to search the data a mockup of how you'd like to see it work
  14. There’s nothing you can do to change this. Squarespace’s own code is controlled by the backend and you cannot change how this loads.
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