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paul2009

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  1. paul2009's post in Sell a product in diferent quanitities that draw from a common Stock. was marked as the answer   
    Your explanation is perfect¬†ūüôā.
    Squarespace doesn't have a built-in feature to do this. 
    However, there's a Squarespace Extension you can add called Trunk Inventory. This adds real-time stock syncing between the products but is very costly - from $35 per month!
     

  2. paul2009's post in Add a Summary block to a product page with code injection? was marked as the answer   
    You can add Blocks, such as a Summary Block, to the Additional Info section within a Product. 
  3. paul2009's post in Member Area Specific Content - PDF downloads was marked as the answer   
    It depends¬†ūüôā.¬†How was the certificate issued to them?
    If it was ordered as a Digital Product then it will be shown in their orders panel of their profile.
    If it wasn't supplied in this way, then it won't be possible. You cannot currently curate content that is specific to a Member profile.
  4. paul2009's post in Adding a link to a form was marked as the answer   
    As Squarespace features change over time, posts can become outdated. It used to be possible to add links to the checkout page but Squarespace tightened up security and removed this feature. I've replied to your post in a different thread on the same subject here.  
  5. paul2009's post in Pre-sale - Authorize now, capture payment later was marked as the answer   
    You cannot use payment gateways on Squarespace in this way.
    If you want to authorise a hold on a transaction amount and then transfer funds when the order ships you'll need to use a payment gateway API. These cannot be integrated with Squarespace.
  6. paul2009's post in How do I do a 6 products for ¬£9.99 offer? was marked as the answer   
    There isn’t a way to do this on Squarespace. 
  7. paul2009's post in Duplicate site was marked as the answer   
    You can delete the galleries and restore them afterwards or, if the galleries are crucial, you can contact Squarespace Customer Care and ask them to lift the 100 page limit for this site. You can reach out to them here.
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  8. paul2009's post in Tracking Cost of Goods Sold was marked as the answer   
    Squarespace does not have a 'product cost' field so it isn't possible to track costs on this platform. This forum is not routinely monitored for product feature requests but you can raise a feature request by opening a ticket through Squarespace Customer Support. 
     
  9. paul2009's post in PayPal extra (unnecessary) step at checkout / payment was marked as the answer   
    No. You cannot change this behaviour. 
  10. paul2009's post in Moving the navigation bar was marked as the answer   
    You're using an old Squarespace 7.0 template called Flatiron, so you'll want to add the following to Design > Custom CSS:
    #navigator header#topBar ul#nav {   float: right; }
  11. paul2009's post in 24 hour clock instead of AM/PM function was marked as the answer   
    Sadly, Squarespace still has a very US-centric user-interface, and this is one of a number of areas that cannot be changed. It drives me nuts too, because my muscle memory types 24-hour times without thinking about it.
  12. paul2009's post in Form sends copy to user/customer? was marked as the answer   
    Form submissions are sent to the single email address that you configure when you create the form. This is typically the website administrator’s email address. There isn't a built in function to send form submissions to another address but this is something that you can typically do with Zapier. Take a look at the Google Sheet storage option in Squarespace Forms and the Zap within Zapier that sends an email in response to a new row in a Google Sheet.
  13. paul2009's post in Product Wishlist - Allowing for more than 500 Items was marked as the answer   
    I am sorry @Sana01 but the 500-item cart limit is imposed by Squarespace to prevent eCommerce being overloaded. There's nothing anyone can do about this, except Squarespace themselves. 
  14. paul2009's post in Adding a Wishlist was marked as the answer   
    Hi @CindyC
    I've produced a wishlist extension for Squarespace that may suit your needs. It replaces the cart with a list of products that potential customers can the submit to enable you to provide a quotation or invoice.
    Please take a look at it and direct message me if you have questions¬†ūüôā

  15. paul2009's post in I need a new method for adding line breaks to navigation titles was marked as the answer   
    Hi @jbelsky 
    It may be better to think about your issue in terms of what you can't do, rather than the specific symptom. From what I can see, you have very long navigation items and so you want them to take up less horizontal space. Your previous workaround was to add line breaks so that you could force nav items to be split into two or more rows, thus getting around the issue. When Squarespace closed this loophole, your solution no longer worked. 
    If I understand your issue correctly, you therefore need a new workaround that will limit the width of the nav items. One way to do this would be to define the maximum width of every nav item. If a nav item is smaller than the maximum width, the property will have no effect, but if wider, the overflow will wrap on to a new line (or lines).
    For example, if you add this to Design > Custom CSS it will transform the page as shown below:
    .layout-style-center #topNav nav li a {   max-width: 96px; } New:

     
    Original:

    Let me know how you get on.
    -Paul
  16. paul2009's post in Hide the display of Tax line on Checkout and in the Invoice for zero tax products was marked as the answer   
    This isn't something you can remove, either through settings, styles or with code. Even though products don't include tax, the zero tax line will appear.
  17. paul2009's post in Situational Checkbox? was marked as the answer   
    You can have up to 100 variants per product, but there isn't a bundling or package option on the Squarespace platform yet, so it isn't possible to have checkboxes for different variant options. Each one will be displayed within the same dropdown box.
    The only options right now are to:
    add each item as a separate product and allow the customer to add each product to the cart individually use complex variants, with a dropdown for each product option within the bundle These aren't exactly what you want, but they're the nearest solutions available on this platform.
    If you need bundles, consider using the Shopify platform which is geared up for larger commerce stores.
  18. paul2009's post in Can I add custom shipping with live rate? was marked as the answer   
    This is not possible on Squarespace.
  19. paul2009's post in How do I create an autoresponse to the messages that come through on the contact us form? was marked as the answer   
    This is not something that you can do inside Squarespace. You will require third party services. 
    When Squarespace send you an email that has originated from a form on your site they set the "Reply-To" email address to the email address supplied by the user in the form. This allows you to easily reply to their form submission manually, but it isn’t suitable for auto-replies, because these will go back to the sender - and that’s Squarespace. 
     
    The auto-reply solution will depend on the product you are using for your email. However, Zapier can be integrated with Squarespace Forms and be used to send auto-response messages back to the originator. 
  20. paul2009's post in Business Address on Invoice is in a Weird Position was marked as the answer   
    Once you've upgraded to the new Commerce Customer Notifications editor, the consumer-side notifications are easier to customise but the merchant-side notifications are considered part of Squarespace's application interface and aren't designed to be customisable by us. In short, you cannot change the printed invoice.
    The business address immediately follows the "order summary" content without any margins, so if you don't have any custom checkout fields then it will be just below the order total, as shown in your screenshot. We can't change this so you'll want to get in touch with Squarespace Customer Care. This may be something that @Leo_Lou or @kkaiser may want to know about.
    If you're printing via the browser then a temporary workaround may be to add the required CSS using a browser extension, but I appreciate this is a little above and beyond! For example:
    .sqs-order-summary-rendered-content { margin-bottom: 34px; }  
  21. paul2009's post in How to had space on top for this Section was marked as the answer   
    You can add some CSS to push the page down a little so that it isn't hidden behind the solid header, but the header and its contents are dynamically sized so you'll need to take care to ensure that it doesn't leave a gap at different 'viewports' (screen widths).
    Here's a simplified example that you can add to Design > Custom CSS:
    .homepage #siteWrapper { margin-top:77px; } As you adjust your browser width from really small (mobile size) to really large (a 5K display) you'll see the issue.
    There are various ways to account for this. For example, instead of the code above, you can use the following example instead, which adjusts the margin for different viewports using 'media queries':
    @media only screen and (min-width: 800px) { .homepage #siteWrapper { margin-top:66px; } } @media only screen and (min-width: 1280px) { .homepage #siteWrapper { margin-top:75px; } } I hope this helps.
  22. paul2009's post in How to change theme? was marked as the answer   
    In Squarespace 7.1, there is only one template. Squarespace show off the possibilities by showing you lots of named "starting points" but they are all using the same template. This is great because it means that every site that you start will have the same feature set available. If you've already started your site in Squarespace 7.1, you'll be able to manually copy any of these starting point designs without switching templates or starting again. 
    In Squarespace 7.0 there are lots of different templates, all with different features. Some are great and up-to-date (such as the Brine-family) but some are very old and don't have the latest features. It is possible to swap templates but this is often necessary if you discover that the chosen template doesn't have a feature that you need. If you prefer, you can still start a new trial and build a site in Squarespace 7.0 using this link.
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  23. paul2009's post in Put a minimum payment amount with paypal was marked as the answer   
    I'm not sure what you mean by "CB Payment".
    You can set a minimum order value for all orders on your Squarespace site (in checkout settings), but you cannot restrict this to PayPal payments only. It will apply to all payments.
  24. paul2009's post in Custom CSS for Single-Column blog header | Squarespace 7.1 was marked as the answer   
    Around 600 Google fonts are available but not all fonts or formatting options are included with Squarespace.
    To manually set the font on this page, try adding this at the end of your Custom CSS:
    .blog-single-column .blog-title {   font-family: 'DM Sans Bold'!important; }  
    Let us know if this helps by clicking "Like" below ‚¨áÔłŹ
  25. paul2009's post in Product page thumbnails was marked as the answer   
    You can add some HTML to the Additional Information section using a Code Block or Markdown Block:
    <div id="additionalsection"></div> Then add a link to the product description like this:
    #additionalsection Here's a short video: http://recordit.co/x9Zs7WarWh
     
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