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jessewaugh

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  1. I need to be able to hide the price and add to cart buttons as well. I wish this were just a check box on the product pages.
  2. Memberful is the most popular membership plugin for websites but cannot be used properly with Squarespace. There are three dedicated membership 'plugins' that supposedly work with Squarespace: Square Secure, Sentry Login, and GoPaywall. I have used GoPaywall and it is very good looking - it integrates well. But there doesn't seem to be a way for users to cancel their account (hopefully this feature will be introduced as GoPaywall is a new company). Square Secure and Sentry Login both have sort of unattractive websites - which has put me off a little - but obviously the important thing is the product. So I'd like to ask if anyone has experience with any of these companies - can you please let me know of your experience. Honestly as much as I really appreciate everything Squarespace has done for me - they could have introduced an in-house membership solution a LONG time ago.
  3. Thanks @jasonbarone - That lack of security you mentioned would probably not affect my subscriptions detrimentally, but it would be better to have a properly secure native Squarespace membership section. (And a native forum option wouldn't be bad either).
  4. Can anybody tell me their experience using Sentry with Squarespace?
  5. Is there anyone out there who can tell me how to change the color of a gallery block background? Code would be okay, but I don't have a developer account / access. Basically I would like a black background behind the images in the gallery. Or dark gray.
  6. Thanks - but that is pretty much the same as native Squarespace commments, and Squarespace's looks a lot better.
  7. Thanks - I posted to that discussion. This is a vitally important feature which I hope will be implemented soon.
  8. I went ahead and bought matching .com and .net sites to match my Squarespace hosted .org site. Then I installed a phpBB forum on the .com and linked to it from the Squarespace site. Then I installed a wiki on the .net and also linked to it from Squarespace. It really feels clumsy and bloated and somewhat disconnected. I really wish there were a way to link it up better like they have the forum linked up on macrumors.com. Macrumors uses a subdomain but I would love to be able to have the forum and wiki existing on the same Squarespace site with my main content.
  9. I would greatly appreciate it if Squarespace were to let us know if this is something in the pipeline so that I don't have to buy an outside domain and then have to go through process of installing a forum on the exterior website and linking it clumsily all up to my beautiful Squarespace site.
  10. I would greatly appreciate it if Squarespace were to let us know if this is something in the pipeline so that I don't have to buy an outside domain and then have to go through process of installing a forum on the exterior website and linking it clumsily all up to my beautiful Squarespace site.
  11. Host the forum on another site and edit the appearance of the phpBB template to look like the rest of the website. Then just create an external link in the Squarespace config linking to the forum. Thanks very much Nick. I'd thought about that but was hoping I wouldn't have to go outside Squarespace. I'm going to make a request to Squarespace that they create a simple proprietary forum content or structure block, or better yet - a forum page like the blog page. It shouldn't be that complicated, and I bet Squarespace could design the most beautiful forum in the world!
  12. Host the forum on another site and edit the appearance of the phpBB template to look like the rest of the website. Then just create an external link in the Squarespace config linking to the forum. Thanks very much Nick. I'd thought about that but was hoping I wouldn't have to go outside Squarespace. I'm going to make a request to Squarespace that they create a simple proprietary forum content or structure block, or better yet - a forum page like the blog page. It shouldn't be that complicated, and I bet Squarespace could design the most beautiful forum in the world!
  13. Please tell me the simplest, easiest way to set up a forum on my Squarespace site. I've installed and administered a phpBB forum before on a non-Squarespace site.
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