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paul2009

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    paul2009 reacted to IgorAvidon in critical JS/CSS slows pages - bad for SEO and google ranking   
    While fast load times are good, their importance is exaggerated. Run any of your top-ranked competitors through Google's Page Speed Insights tool and I bet you'll see they receive poor grades too.
    Focus on backlinks, useful content, and building your brand's online presence. It'll help your site far more than anything you can do in regards to speed optimization.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Alexg77 in Trying to add Vimeo On Demand Streaming (paid streaming)   
    The Vimeo article referenced in the original post explains how to do this. You can sell your Vimeo On Demand titles by embedding videos from your VOD page on your Squarespace site. When you have embedded a video from your VOD page, viewers will see the trailer for your title and will be able to rent or buy the videos from there.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from mjmjmjmj in draft orders   
    No, this is not possible.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Icclebug in Adding date/time of renewal date on order fulfilled notification for subscription products   
    This cannot be done.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from StephanieBim in How can I get customers to leave review forms?   
    You’ll need to use a third party reviews service and integrate it.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from TreeTops in letter superscript   
    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.

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    paul2009 reacted to ConfusedRob in Wufoo or Jotform   
    Sorry for the late reply. Thank you so much!
     
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    paul2009 got a reaction from ConfusedRob in Wufoo or Jotform   
    Although more expensive, Typeform is one of the best solutions available.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from AJH in Sort orders by Shipping Option   
    There's nothing built-in that offers what you need, but Squarespace have a very powerful Orders API that provides access to detailed order data including shipment information. This may be more useful, although I haven't specifically tried to sort orders by delivery method.
    With a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) tool like Parabola or Integromat you may be able to pull the order data from the API, then flatten, filter and/or sort it to meet your requirements. In addition to running an export on demand, these tools allow you to schedule it to run regularly.
     
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    paul2009 reacted to MATTER in PDF file attached to customer notification email (html)   
    ahhhh! just got it, forgot to use this https://www.skin-matter.com/ before each pdf location. 🙂  now it works! thanks! 
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    paul2009 got a reaction from TreeTops in letter superscript   
    @hanna38 It will depend where you want to use this, for example in the body text or a header.
    In the body text, you can use a Markdown Block instead of a Text Block and then insert this:
    <p>Mag.<sup>a</sup></p> If you need it as a H1 Header, you'd use this instead:
    # Mag.<sup>a</sup> If you need more help, please provide 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. 

    Let me know how you get on.
    -Paul
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    paul2009 got a reaction from TreeTops in letter superscript   
    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; }  
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    paul2009 got a reaction from JamesDesign in Rounded edges image cards   
    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. 
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    paul2009 got a reaction from JamesDesign in Rounded edges image cards   
    The principles that I posted above will apply.
    Your new blog has the ID collection-5eef756051dd591e6c7efa5b. You (or others reading this) can find a collection ID by using the dev tools built into your browser. I wrote a guide for this if you'd like further pointers. 
    Regarding the specific question, you can add rounded corners to all the images within all the posts in this blog, by adding this to Custom CSS:
    .Main .view-item.collection-type-blog.collection-5eef756051dd591e6c7efa5b img {   border-radius:10px; } Regarding the Summary Block spacing, there's 40px of right margin after each column in the block, hence the off-centre look.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from TreeTops in letter superscript   
    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 🙂
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    paul2009 got a reaction from TreeTops in letter superscript   
    No problem 😊
    You should be able to control line spacing overall, either from the Site Styles panel or with some Custom CSS. The only reason Hanna needed more specific CSS was because she only wanted to change two specific blocks of text; the rest was to remain the same. 
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    paul2009 reacted to MATTER in Shopping Cart slight Customization   
    omg, @paul2009 you seriously saved my life today! thanks! 
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    paul2009 reacted to Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    Just perfect @paul2009 and great for me to learn too. Thank you so much.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    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. 
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    paul2009 got a reaction from MATTER in PDF file attached to customer notification email (html)   
    You cannot add the PDF file itself, but you can add a link to the email so that when a customer clicks it, the PDF will download from your site and be shown.
    To do this, follow the Uploading and managing files guide to add the PDF file to your site. Once added to your site, you will have a URL. Make a note of this.
    Next, go to Commerce > Customer Notifications > Order Emails and edit the relevant email. Add some HTML text like this for each PDF link:
    <a href="https://www.sitename.com/s/terms.pdf">View Terms</a> Change 'https://www.sitename.com/s/terms.pdf' to match the correct link to your PDF, and change 'View Terms' according to your needs.
    When you have saved your changes, you should be able to send a test email by clicking the SEND TEST EMAIL button further down the panel.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    Product pages have a slightly different structure and instead of having Image Blocks, they have product gallery options. As currently styled, you can change it with:
    .collection-type-products.collection-5ee0fea47d22e671c1280940 .ProductItem-gallery-slides-item img {   border-radius: 5px } For the benefit of anyone reading this:
    It uses the collection-type-products class because this is a 'product' not a blog or gallery.  It references the unique 'collection ID' for the products on this Product Page to limit the styling to this particular collection of products. On another site, the collection ID will be different, because they are always unique. It references the ProductItem-gallery-slides-item class because this is the current product gallery setting in Site Styles.
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    paul2009 reacted to Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    thank you so much @paul2009 this worked perfectly. I hope other forum members find this useful. 🙂 
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    There are many ways to do this depending on how specific it needs to be. However, try this:
    .view-item.collection-type-blog.collection-5eef756051dd591e6c7efa5b .sqs-block-image img {     border-radius: 10px }  
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    paul2009 reacted to Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    thank you @paul2009 it seems to just remove the border radius from the image and the logo - see here https://oarfish-salmon-gpgd.squarespace.com/team/helen-schofield-as3ta
    I added this code: 
    .Main .view-item.collection-type-blog.collection-5eef756051dd591e6c7efa5b img {
      border-radius:10px;
    }
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Icclebug in Rounded edges image cards   
    Apologies, it wasn't tested before being posted. You may need to prefix it with
    .Main or if that doesn't work, add another class specific to the image blocks that are in the blog. 
    [updated answer provided below]
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