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Kashyapi

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  1. I found this: https://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/typewriter-effect/ But not sure how to use it to create repeating lines with a changing word, or words, as on the front page of squarespace.com
  2. On the front page of Squarespace, there is animated text at the moment: Make it beautiful.Make it loud.Make it tasteful.etc. etc. What's the simplest way to do something similar on my own website? Is it done with js or css or something else? Thanks for your answers.
  3. For anyone who's not clear yet, the code does work, I used it on http://quietnomads.com to set the speed to 10 secs. Paste the code into the box on the Code Injection page. Home > Settings > Code Injection Change the second number of each pair in the code to the number you want. It's currently set at 2500 so you get 2.5 seconds. I changed it to 10000 to get 10 seconds, etc. The first number, 5000 must remain as it is, as that is the speed the page is set to by Squarespace, and that is the value the second number takes as a reference to change. Hope this helps.
  4. For anyone who's not clear yet, the code does work, I used it on http://quietnomads.com to set the speed to 10 secs. Paste the code into the box on the Code Injection page. Home > Settings > Code Injection Change the second number of each pair in the code to the number you want. It's currently set at 2500 so you get 2.5 seconds. I changed it to 10000 to get 10 seconds, etc. The first number, 5000 must remain as it is, as that is the speed the page is set to by Squarespace, and that is the value the second number takes as a reference to change. Hope this helps.
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