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  1. We really wanted to incorporate the Sprout extension, but the more I read, the more didn't make sense. Squarespace says it costs $0.50 per tree, but theGoodAPI says it's $0.33. I emailed them, and they explained Squarespace adds $0.15 cost per tree due to "partnership fees." So basically, that's a more than 45% markup on the cost to plant a tree. That's equal to the entire organization's operational costs for responsibly planting those trees! And no, Shopify doesn't do that, so the direct $0.33 is all it costs customers to plant the tree (the actual cost after credit card fees and the organization's operational costs...no markup for doing the right thing). Does anyone know if there's a good alternative that doesn't waste more money into the system for doing something good? If I'm going to give up a percentage of sales to do the right thing, I want it to go 100% to that thing. We may just end up donating after-the-fact. But not as nice to show and for customers to see and take part in the process as it would be if we were able to integrated directly during checkout. But definitely not worth 45% less trees planted per dollar spent to do it, either. Definitely leaves a bad taste in the mouth.
  2. This is so frustrating and not really acceptable. It makes pickup completely useless unless you don't care about collecting and remitting sales tax properly, which is kinda a big problem... Can't believe Squarespace isn't fixing this even though pickup has been around for a while. Shouldn't have even been rolled out without this in mind. Kind of unbelievable...
  3. Site URL: https://nycfilmlab.com All the text on the footer is aligned horizontally along the top for where each column starts, but the newsletter block title text is a number of pixels lower, clearly because of some padding on the top. Can this be removed to bring the newsletter block up a bit? Looks strange/accidental that it's a bit below the other text in the footer... Thanks for any and all help!
  4. First, thank you for this. I'm trying to figure out something like this, too, and am having similar issues on the main product page. But at least this would clear some things up... However, in our case, we would like to instead show the second-lowest or third-lowest value, which is always the first drop-down item on each page for us if that's helpful. Would it be possible to modify this for that purpose? Site where we're trying to do this: nycfilmlab.com.
  5. Can you help me out with this, too? I'm trying to figure out how to change what pricing shows so I can simply ignore the first/lowest price and go with the next lowest since I have a similar low-priced additional service option with our site. I don't mind having to manually state what that amount is for each product (we only have a few products, so I can maintain that manually if things change in the future).
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