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christyprice

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  1. @lindseyturner, exactly. You can use the Chrome extension Squarespace Collection/Block Identifier that JonJonJon mentioned above to easily discover and copy the block-id. Then you can change the font size from 20 to whatever works for you.
  2. For customizability, you might consider using a regular page and then removing the header and footer on that one page.
  3. You can change this in Design > Site Styles. If you have adjusted the setting below and it's not working, first try it in a different browser. If it's still not working, then it's a job for Squarespace technical support.
  4. It is currently pulling your site title from Design > Logo & Title. If you want to leave that as your site title, but change the SEO title, just type over where it says %s in SEO Title Format in your list image there - that changes it for the entire site. If you'd like to change it for a particular page, go to any page's Settings SEO and type in an SEO title there for the page.
  5. I do this because I don't want the section showing up as a "page" in Google search results. My page sections wouldn't make sense alone and need to be seen in relation to the entire page.
  6. Hi @JRyan, you'll need to set a password in Settings > Site Visibility and share that so someone can take a look and help.
  7. First of all, great site! Did you add some custom code to your prefooter? I'm seeing some that has an error just before the newsletter block. Here's what I see in the code: <div class="newsletter-form-wrapper newsletter-form-wrapper--layoutFloat newsletter-form-wrapper--alignCenter " >
  8. You'd want to target that specific block for mobile only in Design > Custom CSS. Try this and play around with the font size. @media screen and (max-width: 640px) { #block-b804c57f124fbfbe2d7f { font-size: 20px !important; } }
  9. You would either need extensive coding or a third party plugin. This isn't quite what you're looking for, it's more of a directory plugin, but it will give you an idea of plugins you could add: https://www.communitybox.co/
  10. No, there is no trigger or opt-in email if you add the info manually. I’ve separated out email lists by exporting to cvs, duplicating the file, editing the rows, then importing back into different lists.
  11. You could either just use a text block (or code block if you want a dropdown menu) on each page, or use an awesome sidebar plugin like this one (aff).
  12. I think Bedford (7.0) is the only template that allows for a top navigation and then a sidebar nav for subpages.
  13. Hi @jennik1, could you share the link to your site? You can fix this with some Custom CSS, but it depends on how your image block is configured. If you can share the site so we can check out the code, someone can help you out.
  14. @teamsilverlake, I agree! I had to do a workaround using FontAwesome to achieve this recently. Would love if it was added to the social links.
  15. Hi @shickey00, the exact code depends on which template you're using, but if it's a Brine template, you can follow the steps in this post to add this code: /* make last nav item orange */ .Header-nav--primary .Header-nav-item:last-child{ color:#ec8349 !important; } .Mobile-overlay-nav-item:last-child{ color: #ec8349 !important; }
  16. You can do this by adding code to the page code injection. For Brine family templates like Sonora, you'd use <style> .Header-branding-logo { -webkit-filter: invert(100%); filter: invert(100%); filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(invert='1'); } </style> You can follow exact steps in this post. It also covers Bedford family templates and inverting the navigation color as well.
  17. To do that, you'll need to recreate the entire line of social media icons as a code block using FontAwesome. You'll include the Font Awesome code in your site code injection as detailed in this post, then in a code block add the code for the icons and links, something like this: <div><a href="mailto:youremailaddress" target="_blank"> <span class="fa fa-envelope"></span></a> <a href="https://yourlink.com" target="_blank"> <span class="fa fa-globe"></span></a> </div>
  18. Hi @KariLivs, I agree about blogging in 7.1... I'm hoping it continues to improve. For now, for all my clients with blogs I'm building in 7.0. But, to answer your slider question, this plugin from SQSP Themes (aff) works great in 7.1! Hope it is helpful for you.
  19. Yes, it's a slightly different code for those. Try this: #mainNavigation .folder-toggle { font-family: 'AspiraWide' !important; }
  20. @miller.nw, I agree with what @sarah says. Squarespace Campaigns is great (I use it myself), but there are some use cases where it's not ideal. For example, you can only automate up to 60 days from their join date. So you'd have to complete your sequence within 2 months.
  21. Yes! I've done this ( the same social icon but with different links) even within one page using FontAwesome. You can see it in action here. It requires a bit of finesse. You'll need to use code blocks and Font Awesome. I have a post on adding Social Icons to the nav bar using the same method, so you could follow these steps and just use a code block rather than putting things in the nav. Step 1. Copy and paste the stylesheet code from Font Awesome in your Code Injection Step 2. Add a code block with the icon and link you want. Here's an example: <a href="https://www.yourlinkhere.com" target="_blank"> <i class="fab fa-facebook-f"></i> </a>
  22. I second what @BigJosh says. Also, make sure you've connected your Squarespace site in Mailchimp and added that code to Squarespace. You can find the exact steps here.
  23. Hi @jennycohodes1616, The answer depends on which template type you are moving to. The short answer is that you'll keep most of your content... you may lose the footer info and any content that is on template-specific page types. Squarespace has a good guide to switching templates.
  24. Hyphens drive me crazy! I always add this code to any Squarespace site I create: /* remove hyphens */ p, h1, h2, h3 { -webkit-hyphens: manual !important; -moz-hyphens: manual !important; -ms-hyphens: manual !important; hyphens: manual !important; } You can find exact steps and another couple of snippets I use often in my blog post on Custom CSS Every Squarespace Website Needs.
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