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paul2009

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  1. The cart/checkout will slide in on the right side of the page. You can downgrade from a Squarespace Commerce plan to a Business plan, if you don’t want to use the commerce features of Squarespace.
  2. This cannot be done.
  3. Hi I wrote a guide about using Shopify Buy Buttons with Squarespace that may help you. To answer your specific questions: 1. if switching, will it screw up my facebook pixel? When a customer adds a product to the cart, this transaction and the remaining steps to checkout will not be occurring on Squarespace, they'll be happening on Shopify. The pixel on Squarespace therefore won't track AddtoCart, InitiateCheckout, AddPaymentInfo, Purchase and so on. Shopify has similar features. 2. when I switch over will it affect other payment methods i already have connected on the site such as paypal? The Shopify checkout will replace the Squarespace checkout. Your Squarespace payment integrations (PayPal and Stripe) won't be used. 3. would I have to rebuild each product description again from 0? There are various ways to integrate them. As a minimum, you'll need to add some basic details (including an image) for each product within Shopify. 4. is there a way to get a refund of the remainder of the stripe subscription considering I have not used the full year subscription? Can you clarify what you mean? I'm not aware of any subscription costs to use Stripe.
  4. Update: This has now been fixed 🙂
  5. Jason This has been confirmed as a Squarespace bug, which is affecting the Galapagos template (possibly others). A fix is being prioritised. It appears they have been testing radio buttons as an alternative to dropdown lists, but these shouldn't appear on your live site. When you see issues like this, it's always helpful if you report them to Squarespace Customer Care. You can reach out to them here. Whilst they fix it, here's a temporary workaround. Add it to Design > Custom CSS to hide the additional radio buttons. .variant-radiobtn-wrapper { display: none; } I hope this helps. -Paul
  6. After adding it, you'll need to refresh the page. Is the CSS still there? I don't see it on your site currently.
  7. You can change it by adding something like this to Design > Custom CSS: .CartTableRow-itemRemove-6Q3nP button span { color: #fff; opacity: .6; } The example above changes it to white, and increases the opacity. By default, the opacity is low (0.4) until you hover over it.
  8. You're using a Brine-family Squarespace 7.0 template so you can control the logo size in Design > Site Styles. There are two settings - one for the size on desktop, and one for mobile. Note that there's a size 'slider' but if that doesn't make it large enough, you can simply overtype the digits to pick any size that you like.
  9. Hi @Celina Add this to Design > Custom CSS: .header-menu-controls-control span:nth-of-type(2) { display: none; }
  10. You can add a line break by typing two spaces and then return. To add a blank line, simply do this twice. Here's an example - watch the page behind the editor window.
  11. This works for me regularly, both within Squarespace and within the actual email. Could your email client be blocking links within emails until they are approved? It is difficult to troubleshoot this remotely, so if this isn't the issue, you may need to post a video for others to see what you see.
  12. It will depend on why you need it and what you hope to achieve. In short, there isn't a true "geo-blocking" solution that you can apply to Squarespace 6 or later. There are some workarounds, but they cannot truly block all access to your site, at least not in the security sense of the term. For example, you could try to prevent users reaching your website via its primary domain name but you could not prevent them from reaching it via the built in .squarespace.com domain. For this reason, if you are trying to stop a country accessing your site because of potential hacking or dDOS attacks, you should rely on Squarespace's extensive built-in security measures. You cannot add to them. However, if your product licensing agreement restricts you from advertising your products in a particular country and you simply want to stop people in that country from stumbling upon your site, there may be options that can help. Please note that none of these are supported by Squarespace, so if you get into difficulties, you'll be on your own. Also, bear in mind that most workarounds will be bypassed by visitors who are using an out-of-country VPN service. The most effective option is to use a third party proxy service. There are some free plans with a limited number of rules but if these don't meet your needs you need to purchase additional services to. Note that this will require you to modify your DNS settings so that all web traffic is sent to the proxy service first. Another option is to purchase a third-party geo service that will supply code you can add to your website's code injection header. These services will also charge on an ongoing basis to provide their service. Finally, you could hire a developer to write some specific code for your site, but as internet topology changes every day, this will need to rely on one of the IP address services (option 2 above) or it will become out of date quickly.
  13. No worries. You can add some styles to Design > Custom CSS. For example, the "Zebra.." heading is a 'h3' heading that would normally follow a paragraph 'p'. By adding the CSS below, you could choose how much margin should be above each h3 heading. You can adjust 47-pixels to match your needs: .sqs-block-markdown p+h3 { margin-top: 47px; }
  14. The checkout cannot be changed, so there’s nothing you can do about this. 😢 See this article for more info: Can I edit the Squarespace checkout?
  15. Markdown Blocks are more useful than Code Blocks, because you can continue to format your text with a Markdown Block, like you would in an ordinary Text Block. To add an H1 title, you just type # and the name of your title. To add an H2 title, you just type ## and the name of your title. To add an H3 title, you just type ### and the name of your title, and so on. Instead of using a combination of Text Blocks and Markdown Blocks, you could use a single Markdown Block for all the text, or at least all the text between other Blocks such as images. As an example, here's an extract of your page as it is now: Here's the same extract, with all the text added to a single Markdown Block: You'll see that because the text is all in one block, there aren't additional spaces above and below the first paragraph. I hope this makes sense 🙂
  16. Did you provide us with a working link to the page? I ask because you could normally use a Markdown Block throughout, rather than adding a Code Block for a specific section. This may become clearer when you provide the link to your page.
  17. This forum is not monitored for product feature requests. To raise a feature request, open a ticket through Customer Support.
  18. If these are existing products, you cannot change the product type. It is fixed and cannot be edited (changing the field in the CSV file will cause an error on import). You must add them as completely new products on a new products page.
  19. You can make changes by adding CSS to Design > Custom CSS. Note that when you make changes to the cart, you must normally save the CSS and then refresh the page before the changes will take effect in your preview window. Below are some examples to change the font size of the price, subtotal and the product title on the cart page. The final section hides the variant information such as 250ml: €17.00. .CartTableRow-itemPrice-26eXS { font-size: 20px; //Price font-size } .CartTable-subtotalPrice-2JFeD { font-size: 20px; //Subtotal font-size } .CartTableRow-itemDesc-1MjIC a { font-size: 16px; //Product title font-size } .CartTableRow-variantInfo-1Ms2c { display: none; // Hide variant info }
  20. You cannot change the way that products are depicted within Waitlist Emails. This can only be changed by Squarespace. However, you could add an explanation to the free-text portion of the email, to explain to customers that full details can be found on the website. To raise a feature request for additional waitlist features, open a ticket through Squarespace Customer Support. They'll document your feedback and share it with the appropriate team.
  21. You should be able to do this with a little more CSS 🙂. For example: @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) { .view-item.collection-type-blog.collection-5eefe73c2814402a19db9172 .sqs-block-image img { max-width: 70%; margin-left: 5%; } } Explanation: The first line is a media query that prevents it from applying unless the "viewport" (the screen width) is less than 768 pixels. I set the maximum width of the image to 70%, but you can change this to suit your needs. I added a left margin of 5% to align the image with the text on the mobile page, because images are normally shown full width on mobile devices.
  22. It will really help us if you include a working link to the page in your question. If your site isn't live yet, please set a site password and tell us what it is.
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