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  1. Here’s an article I wrote to explain how to hide the shopping cart icon when the cart is empty.
  2. A migration option is likely to be added in the future, but right now both platforms are fully supported. These guides may help you: Squarespace version 7.1 Squarespace version 7.1 vs. version 7.0 Moving from Squarespace version 7.0 to version 7.1
  3. Great advice above @modsquare - both for this site and for any photography site. I can't emphasise the first point enough: As you said, in addition to adding SEO titles and descriptions to the site and to individual pages, it's so important to pay attention to the image alt text, especially on photography and artwork sites that have very little text content. Search engines rely on image alt text to identify the content of a page. When adding alt text, it's best to use short titles that relate to the image as well as text relating to your overall page/site content. There's a great Squarespace guide here: Adding alt text to images.
  4. This is due to the way Quickview windows are generated dynamically. Your code will run before a window is created. We've produced a pre-built solution that you can purchase to automatically replace Add to Cart buttons with Request/Inquiry/Enquiry buttons. The replacement button will launch an enquiry form that allows potential customers to ask about the product. It's really easy to install. You add the code once, and the button will automatically be added to all products, or just the products you have tagged. It's up to you. The contact form will automatically include the name of the product that the customer was viewing, making it easy to follow-up on these requests. You'll find full details and pricing here: Product Enquiry Form Extension. Example:
  5. This isn't currently possible. The forum is not monitored for product feature requests so to raise a feature request, open a ticket through Customer Support.
  6. "Hill" is a starting point of Squarespace 7.1, which has a single template. However, you are using Squarespace 7.0 which has many different templates. You can choose any other Squarespace 7.0 template, but you can't choose 7.1. There isn't a migration option yet, so to use Hill, start a new trial and then manually copy the information across.
  7. You cannot connect a third-party SSL certificate directly to Squarespace, but in 99% of cases, you shouldn't need one. The built-in certificate solution provides everything that you need to secure the website and protect ecommerce payments, at no additional expense. Some clients requires an EV (Extended Validation) certificate to prove that their website is genuine and owned by a legal entity (for example a bank needs one) but these organisations wouldn't normally use Squarespace.
  8. There are many options, depending on the template being used and the version of Squarespace (7.0 or 7.1). It will really help us if you include a working link to the page on your site so that we can check these details. If your site isn't live yet, please set a site password and tell us what it is.
  9. See the article that I wrote here: How to hide items from Squarespace search results. If this doesn't help, please provide a working link to your site. If the site isn't live yet, please set a site password and tell us what it is, so that we can view it.
  10. This can be achieved with a third-party add-on called Universal Filter.
  11. Squarespace do not publish their plans in advance, nor do they track feature requests in this forum. If you would like to make them aware that you want this feature please contact Squarespace Customer Support.
  12. In my opinion, this is unlikely to be implemented any time soon. However, you can add your voice to requests for this feature by logging a ticket with Squarespace Customer Support.
  13. The short answer is no. You need to add every variant combination as a separate row.
  14. You can change the Cart Title from Shopping Cart to Shopping Bag by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS: .CartHeader-cartTitle-9Dk3d { display: hidden !important; font-size: 0px !important; } .CartHeader-cartTitle-9Dk3d:after { content: "Shopping Bag"; display: visible; font-size: 24px; } Please note that after saving this, you'll need to refresh the page for the change to take effect (this applies to CSS changes to the Cart). Also, for the benefit of others, this refers to the Cart - not the Checkout as the question suggested.
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