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  1. Hello! I'm based in Orange County, CA and have been designing Squarespace sites for my clients for two years. I mainly work with people developing a personal brand, but I also have corporate clients in the aerospace world as well. Along with web design, I offer copywriting, branding, lifestyle photography, and consulting services, depending on the client. I have a basic understanding of SEO, and often optimize my client's websites, but I would like a better understanding of how to choose the right keywords. I'd also love some resources to offer my clients who need more SEO work after the
  2. Site URL: https://cello-pug-263f.squarespace.com/ Is there any way to hide one title from the side index navigation? The site is one long scroll with a side index, per client request. However, I want to have some panels that wouldn't show up in the side navigation. Is there any way to do this? I'm working around it, but my life would be so much easier if I could split some of the content into separate panels/pages. I'm using a template in the Brine family. If you want to take a look at the page, the password is EnCore1!
  3. thank you so much! I didn't realize you could target blocks. Super helpful.
  4. So I am building a website using the Impact template in the Brine family. I kept much of the original formatting, as it worked well for my client, including the large block header 1 format. However, one of my banner page titles has a word ("recreational") that is too long for the mobile view and getting cut off or wrapped mid-word (I included a screenshot). How do I change the font-size only on this page, and only for the mobile view? I don't want the font-size to change on the full-screen size; and I want the other mobile-view page title font-sizes to remain the same. Site: Recreational
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