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Drew Robbins

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  1. I like how you are a problem solver Kristine.  I will email you. 

    I am currently doing a Product Form for each subscription level (24, 20, 18, 16, 12, 10, 8 & 6).  It is so annoying because you cannot copy and change the Product Forms and have to build each one from scratch with however many variants you have and each bar flavor (12) flavors.

    I will think about your suggestion of only doing even numbers of bars.  That is quite clever and would seem to allow for a better build process.

  2. Kristine, I have run into a limitation in that there are only 6 Options you can choose in Edit Variants - Manage Options.

    Also, I have entered 3 bar choices as options with 12 bars each but the system is showing that I have 144 options (12X12).  Is this because I have 12 options per bar inside the bar product?

    I may be misinterpreting what you have suggested?

    Also, I am a Metabolic Health Practitioner who would be more comfortable if this were a description of advanced cell biology...LOL.  Is there any way I could hire you to dive in and create what I need for this subscription store?

    Thanks,

    Drew

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  3. Hi Kristine, I really like what you have done.  I think I see some ways we could use this.  The only addition I would need is to select the quantity of each product as well as the varietal.  For instance the customer may desire a 6 bar per month subscription and in this subscription they may want 4 - 70% Plain, 1 - 70% Coconut Macadamia and 1 - 80% Plain.  I am thinking I need to implement something like what you have done with Quantities.  But create each Subscription size as a separate product.  Such that I have a 6 bar subscription, an 8 bar subscription and onward. This way we will see when they select too many or too few bars for their subscription...which Squarespace support has told me is not possible to track or warn them of at the point of ordering. 

    Thanks, Perhaps I need some custom code injected into the Product Form and the Checkout to fix this.  What do you think?  Is this a service you offer?

  4. I am struggling to set up a Subscription Store for our patients who want monthly Resolute™ Bar delievery.  I find that Squarespace says they offer a functionality which is not really there.

    My Situation: 

    I am in the middle of Squarespace set up of a subscription store for our Chocolate company.  I have had headache after headache setting this up and have spent hours online with tech support.  They get me part of the way but not enough to actually launch the store.

    We need our clients to be able to populate their own Monthly Subscription with the varieties (we have 12 flavors) and the quantity of each variety.  We can basically get it done but then there are lots of problems like: controlling the number of bars chosen to the package chosen.  For instance: they can choose a package of 12 bars per month on the Product Page but then after clicking "Subscribe" they are taken to the product page.  Here we want them to choose the bar flavors and the quantity of each flavor they want in their subscription.  But, there is no way to limit the number of bars they choose to the subscription package size.  Nor does there seem to be a way to show them a count down as they choose flavors of how many they have left to choose.

    Can anyone give me some advice on this?  I have the system set up to discount properly based on subscription size and I can generate a Subscription I just cannot control the process professionally.  Is this a place for paying someone to generate some custom code?

    Has anyone else struggled with this and have found solutions or custom developers who can help.

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  5. My name is Drew Robbins, I am a Metabolic Health Practitioner.  I have an active health practice and I also developed the Healthiest Chocolate bar possible for my patients to help them with compliance to their new low carb/anti-inflammatory lifestyle. 

    I focus our Chocolate production and development on optimizing health and not optimizing profit.  Profit is essential but providing the healthiest Kraft chocolate comes FIRST!

    Our URL is www.eathealthychocolate.com

    Drew 

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  6. I am in the middle of Squarespace set up of a subscription store for our Chocolate company.  I have had headache after headache setting this up and have spent hours online with tech support.  They get me part of the way but not enough to actually launch the store.

    We need our clients to be able to populate their own Monthly Subscription with the varieties (we have 12 flavors) and the quantity of each variety.  We can basically get it done but then there are lots of problems like: controlling the number of bars chosen to the package chosen.  For instance: they can choose a package of 12 bars per month on the Product Page but then after clicking "Subscribe" they are taken to the product page.  Here we want them to choose the bar flavors and the quantity of each flavor they want in their subscription.  But, there is no way to limit the number of bars they choose to the subscription package size.  Nor does there seem to be a way to show them a count down as they choose flavors of how many they have left to choose.

    Can anyone give me some advice on this?  I have the system set up to discount properly based on subscription size and I can generate a Subscription I just cannot control the process professionally.  Is this a place for paying someone to generate some custom code?

    Help!

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  7. Hi Tuaphan,  my page is www.fyw30a.com.  I have a blog page there entitled "Under Const" which is where I am  trying to allow my users to interface with.  It is actually a Summary page which is reflecting the content from our blog page which is not enabled.  I am just looking for a classy rectangle around each summary image.

    Let me know what you think.

    Thanks

  8. As I work through the process of building a blog I have some other questions:

    1) how to you make such a nice graphic representation of your image posts on your Blog Summary (front facing page)?  Graphic attached.

    2) I am still murky about how to use the Gallery Page with all of this.

    3) For Sorting using categories: If I use the 1-30 (and so on) as a way to organize my posts per Summary Block how do I also use categories to track the subject to group my posts?  Should I be using Tags for this?  

    Thanks for the help. It is slowly coming into focus.

    Drew

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  9. As I work though your steps.  I have to ask are you using 7.0 or 7.1?  Also, I am a little confused about making applying summary blocks to a Blog Page.  As for understanding, you made a "unpublished" blog which is where you write your actual posts and then you started a 2nd blog page which is "enabled" which shows both summary blocks and a menu?  I think I am hashing something up in my mental translation.

    Thanks for the help

  10. I just looked at your blog Derrick, well done. I subscribed.

    I have a question about using Summary Blocks to organize/display my blog posts.  Where do you do this?  do you do it on the Blog Page or do you create a different display page for the Summary Block?  If you put it on the Blog Page then where and how?  Sorry, if this is a dumb question but I have trouble understanding the structure of blogging on squarespace.  Thanks!

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