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  1. Paid plugin also available If you're frustrated with tutorials and want a quick solution that definitely works, check out Squarespace Click Traking Plugin. It's a paid solution, but a few dollars also makes it 100% sure to work. Money back if it doesn't and 1-on-1 support provided if you have any problems. The Squarespace Button Block is basically a link as any other, so link tracking is what you need. And it's what our plugin does. The plugin tracks outbound links, internal links, file downloads, button links, social media links etc.
  2. Super easy method ... for non-developers to is our Facebook Messenger Squarespace Plugin . It's coded specially for Squarespace and has easily adjustable options: Select how plugin should show: minimized, greeting or fade-in-outEasy on/off -switch to temporarily disable plugin Custom greeting text shown to visitors Specific greetings for specific pages Select color Select language to match site We guarantee that it will work. If it doesn't we'll fix it for you. If it still doesn't we'll refund. So we take all the stress and responsibility for you.
  3. @brinash1 I wrote a tutorial about this in my blogpost How to edit cover page CSS on Squarespace It has a video you should be able to follow pretty easily. Get in touch if you get stuck!
  4. Short answer / The easy way Get a (commercial) plugin that does everything automatically. Here's a link to the full-width squarespace gallery blocks plugin if you're interested. No need to struggle with the code yourself. Long answer / DIY Following example only works on one screensize .sqs-gallery-container{ width:100vw !important; position: relative; left: -300px; /*Change the 300px depending on your template*/ } If we were living 10 years ago before smartphones and our website only came in one width we could just use the code above. The code makes the gallery full-width of the browser instead of using the width of any element on the page. The rest moves the gallery to the start from the left edge of the page. Unfortunately the code above indeed only works for one screensize so you will need a combination of CSS and quite complex javascript that calculates the margins so it works on every template and regardless of what kind of custom CSS you're using. It must also take care of cross-browser issues and do new calculations if user resizes their browser. I've explained the logic
  5. Short answer / The easy way Get a (commercial) plugin that does everything automatically. Here's a link to the full-bleed gallery blocks plugin for squarespace if you're interested. Long answer / DIY Following example only works on one screensize .sqs-gallery-container{ width:100vw !important; position: relative; left: -300px; /*Change the 300px depending on your template*/ } Long ago before smartphones our websites only came in one width and we could just use the code above. The code makes the gallery full-width of the browser instead of using the width of any element on the page. The rest moves the gallery to the start from the left edge of the page. Unfortunately the code above indeed only works for one screensize so you will need a combination of CSS and quite complex javascript that calculates the margins so it works on every template and regardless of what kind of custom CSS you're using. It must also take care of cross-browser issues and do new calculations if user resizes their browser. I've explained the logic
  6. Long answer Following Custom CSS example only works on one screensize .image-block { width: 100vw; position: relative; left: -305px; /*changed depending on padding*/ padding-left: 0 !important; padding-right: 0 !important; } If we were living 10 years ago before smartphones and our website only came in one width we could just use the code above. The code makes the image full-width of the browser instead of using the width of any element on the page. The rest moves the gallery to the start from the left edge of the page. Unfortunately the code above indeed only works for one screensize so you will need a combination of CSS and quite complex javascript that calculates the margins so it works on every template and regardless of what kind of custom CSS you're using. It must also take care of cross-browser issues and do new calculations if user resizes their browser. I've explained the logic Short answer You can get a (commercial) plugin that does everything automatically. Here's a link to the full-width image blocks plugin if you're interested.
  7. Hi, Not sure if you're using gallery blocks or gallery pages? I've developed a commercial plugin that adds grid gallery block titles in front of the image with smooth hover effects. You can add a background color as well. So if a result like the image below is what you're after, check out the plugin here. – Petri / Vox Pop
  8. I've developed a commercial plugin that adds grid gallery block titles in front of the image with smooth hover effects. You can add a background color as well. So if a result like the image below is what you're after, check out the plugin here. – Petri / Vox Pop
  9. I've developed a commercial plugin that adds grid gallery block titles in front of the image with smooth hover effects. You can add a background color as well. So if a result like the image below is what you're after, check out the plugin here. – Petri / Vox Pop
  10. I've developed a commercial plugin that adds grid gallery block titles in front of the image with smooth hover effects. So if a result like the image below is what you're after, check out the plugin here. – Petri / Vox Pop
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