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paul2009

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    paul2009 reacted to brandon in How to remove trailing decimal .00's from product pricing   
    Good find @paul2009. That's an example of code I don't even remember writing. One time I went looking for a coding solution I couldn't solve, and was happy when I found it on Answers. Then I realized it was my own answer...
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    paul2009 got a reaction from brandon in TEMPLATES option missing from design menu?   
    You are using Squarespace 7.1, the new version of Squarespace that they are currently testing. 
    All sites in version 7.1 share the same template so that option isn't available. For more information see:
    https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/360028367571-Version-7-1-style-and-design-options#toc-templates-in-version-7-1
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    paul2009 got a reaction from brandon in How to remove trailing decimal .00's from product pricing   
    You can do it with the code that @brandon provided here:
    http://squarespace.cloud.answerhub.com/questions/152145/can-someone-help-me-change-coding-to-get-rid-of-de.html
     
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    paul2009 reacted to brandon in Header Help   
    To remove the pipe ("|") after the last item, use @tuanphan's code but change the first line to .Header-nav-item:not(:last-child):after { .
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    paul2009 got a reaction from loren1 in Flatiron Gallery - Space between projects   
    Hi
    You didn't provide a link to your site so I can't test it for your situation, but try adding something like this to Design > Custom CSS:
    /* Flatiron: Add 8px white space between index items */ /* set the white space on each side of page */ #container-content { padding-left: 8px!important; padding-right: 8px!important; } #grid .item { margin-left:-8px; a { border: 16px solid #fff; } /* Overlay size on hover */ .wrapper { margin: 16px; } }
    Paul

    I post free answers because I want to help fellow Squarespace users - I'm not selling anything. In return please Accept an answer if it is correct. If it didn't help, feel free to ask for more help or wait for others to add their comments.To everyone! If you find this (or any) answer helpful, please vote it up using the up arrow. This will let other users know it's a good answer.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from tuanphan in Dark Mode - Skye   
    See 
     
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    paul2009 reacted to MarikaS in How to remove trailing decimal .00's from product pricing   
    Thank you so much @paul2009 and @brandon. Worked a treat!
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    paul2009 got a reaction from MarikaS in How to remove trailing decimal .00's from product pricing   
    You can do it with the code that @brandon provided here:
    http://squarespace.cloud.answerhub.com/questions/152145/can-someone-help-me-change-coding-to-get-rid-of-de.html
     
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    paul2009 got a reaction from estel77 in Change Sender and Subject on Forms   
    See this Zap:
     

    If you configure your form to submit the details to a Google Sheet, you can then use this Zap to send an email to your inbox, where the "Name" and "Reply-to" fields (but not the email address) as well as the "Subject" of the email can represent the user's name, email address and the subject they entered when the completed the form.
     
     
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    paul2009 got a reaction from estel77 in Change Sender and Subject on Forms   
    Squarespace can’t do this but it may be possible to do this with an external email account and some automation like Zapier. It will depend on your requirements so you’ll need to be a little more specific. 
    The first and most important thing to mention is that you cannot change the ‘from’ address for each email, for example to match the sender’s own email address. This is known as spoofing and it isn’t permitted. 
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Renata in Either "offers", "review", or "aggregateRating" should be specified   
    You're seeing this message because Google is looking for markup on a product page so they can provide detailed information like price, availability, and review ratings in their search results. Recommended properties include a nested aggregateRating of the product, an offer to sell the product and a nested review.
    Google offer more information about this in their developer docs for structured data. They explain how to provide this data and provide a structured data testing tool so you can test the code before adding it. Right now, you can only do this manually, but this is obviously not helpful. It is something you want Squarespace to create automatically. Some fields are already created (price, currency, stock level) but not the ones mentioned above.
    You can provide feedback about this to Squarespace by raising a ticket through Customer Care. They'll document your feature request and share it with the appropriate team.
     
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    paul2009 reacted to brandon in Announcement Bar (Animation)   
    I agree with Paul. Having said that, I once had a client that insisted against my repeated advice. I managed to convince them to only have it blink a few times and only on the home page. Something like this:
    .homepage .sqs-announcement-bar-dropzone { animation: flash 0.9s linear; animation-iteration-count: 4; } @keyframes flash { 50% {opacity: 0.5;} } There may be better approaches, of course.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from antny.smth in Remove Content Inset from Brine Template?   
    There are a few bugs in the filtered views currently - they often don't expose all the relevant settings. If in doubt, click SHOW ALL 🙂
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    paul2009 got a reaction from tcp13 in Announcement Bar (Animation)   
    If you are trying to engage your audience, I encourage you to look at alternative design options in preference to anything that blinks or flashes. If not used properly, you could alienate the very people you want to attract. It can also be a problem for users with disabilities and is frowned upon by several accessibility standards.
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    paul2009 reacted to Gilbert in How to add 'add to cart' button in Shop block   
    Ok thanks for your help! Will try the product blocks approach and lobby for the button in Product Summary block. T
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Gilbert in How to add 'add to cart' button in Shop block   
    I see you are using a Summary Block to display the products. We are waiting for Squarespace to include an 'Add to Cart' button on Product Summary Blocks. You can add your voice to the existing requests for this feature by raising a ticket through Squarespace Customer Care. 
    In the meantime there are two options:
    Use a series of Product Blocks instead. This doesn't scale but is manageable for a few products. There's a checkbox on these blocks that allows you to add the button. Use code to add the button to the Summary Items. This is something you'll want to hire a dev to do as it isn't something that you'll find in a forum snippet.
     
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    paul2009 reacted to ThompsonWebDesign in Free Shipping   
    The easiest way would be to create a discount code that gives free shipping on orders over €100. If you’re on the Advance Commerce plan you can set to trigger automatically when all conditions are met. 
    https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205811178-Creating-discounts
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    paul2009 got a reaction from NEWeOffset in Adjusting border on nav bar on anything but landing page   
    Change your Custom CSS so the border is #999 instead of white so that you have a darker border on all the other pages. Then repeat the code, with the border set to white, prepending the selectors with '.homepage'. This will ensure the homepage is white instead. 
    Let me know if you need more specific advice.
    Your site using using a Brine-family template btw, which includes what Squarespace refer to as the 'Custom Template' (sites made by answering questions instead of picking a design).
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    paul2009 got a reaction from lu.diehl in Adjusting border on nav bar on anything but landing page   
    Change your Custom CSS so the border is #999 instead of white so that you have a darker border on all the other pages. Then repeat the code, with the border set to white, prepending the selectors with '.homepage'. This will ensure the homepage is white instead. 
    Let me know if you need more specific advice.
    Your site using using a Brine-family template btw, which includes what Squarespace refer to as the 'Custom Template' (sites made by answering questions instead of picking a design).
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    paul2009 got a reaction from Novakog in Can I set my homepage to a different page for mobile only   
    Hi
    Yes, there's a workaround you can add for this. The code below assumes that the mobile version of your home page has the URL 'mobile'. Add the following code to the Code Injection area of the desktop Home page (you'll find this on the page settings on the Advanced tab):
    <script> if (screen.width<760) {window.location="/mobile";} </script>
    Paul

    UPDATEI've updated this answer to allow for devices with higher resolutions and to allow testing on browsers when the width has been reduced.

    Use the code below instead, adjusting the URL and the width (in pixels) to match your needs:

    <script> if (document.documentElement.clientWidth <760) { window.location = "/mobile"; } </script>
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    paul2009 got a reaction from tuanphan in Custom fonts not loading on mobile   
    Hi Michele
    There are a few issues that you need to correct. It's not working on desktop either, but if you have the fonts installed on YOUR desktop, it may appear to be working for you 🙂.
    Firstly, a rule of thumb is to not add '!important' unless absolutely necessary. You should remove it from line 4 (font-face) as it cannot be added here.
    Secondly, whatever you name the font in line 4 ('Playlist-Script') you MUST use the same name throughout, with the quotes. Take a look through the rest of your CSS and replace Playlist Script with 'Playlist-Script'. It should then work.
    Let me know how you get on.
    -Paul
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    paul2009 reacted to romerodan in How to keep stack blocks all the same size?   
    Omg thank you so much for this! Sorry for the late reply!
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    paul2009 got a reaction from romerodan in How to keep stack blocks all the same size?   
    Unfortunately, setting a minimum height (as suggested above) doesn't scale. It will only work above at fixed resolutions. See what happens when the code is applied: 

    A better alternative is to use flexbox to create equal-sized containers. Add 
    display: flex to the column container, and then for columns of equal height, add
    flex:1 to the columns themselves. Be careful about the specificity so that you don't inadvertently affect other elements on the same page.
    @romerodan to do this on your site, you'll want to put the three columns in their own section of your index page. This will enable you to target just these three columns. When flexbox is used on the page, the columns do this at different resolutions:

    @erin3 For specific advice for your site, please provide the URL of the page.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from mrjessestuart in How to increase photo upload limit?   
    Squarespace doesn't allow file uploads by visitors so you must be using a third-party service. You'll need to contact them to ask about their limits.
    It isn't possible for us to determine which service you are using without a working link to the page on your site.
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    paul2009 got a reaction from alies in Use commerce function as a product catalogue without shopping cart etc.   
    You can remove the 'Add to Cart' buttons, the 'Cart' icon and the price in Site Styles.
    Mojave is a 'Brine' template so this guide explains the settings available: Brine Site Styles tweaks.
    If you want more control that the Site Styles allow, then Custom CSS can be added.
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