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christyprice

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  1. Hi @carolynmackin, Montauk has a different code base. Here's what you'll need to add to Design > Custom CSS to remove the active link underline: #topNav ul>li.active-link>a { border-bottom-width: 0 !important; }
  2. Click to edit the form. Under Storage options, click X next to the address. Enter a different email address. Click Connect. The address box will display Sending to when it's successfully connected. Click Apply or Save to save your changes.
  3. If you've just changed that setting recently, it can take some time to be reflected in search results. You can speed it along by resubmitting your sitemap in Google Search Console. https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205813918-Verifying-your-site-with-Google-Search-Console
  4. Hi @TKLFlegal, Squarespace support will be better positioned to help you out with this. I'd get in touch with them directly via chat or email: support.squarespace.com
  5. This is a good question @Nics! You definitely want a business email to send out those campaigns, but it's NOT included with Email Campaigns. You'll need to set up the email account separately.
  6. I use Squarestylist's Easy Grids & Pricing Tables plugin for this (that's an affiliate link). I've also used it for detailing services like on this page: https://www.eldertreecare.com/care-management.
  7. It looks like those index sections may be disabled... you'll need to enable them in page settings for them to appear in the index preview.
  8. You can add the section-id at the beginning of the code to specify just one section. Your BOD section-id is: section[data-section-id="5f3ade67dd95661b3526a38e"] I use Heather Tovey's Chrome Extension Squarespace ID Finder to make finding those fast and easy.
  9. Check your Help menu to see what version of Squarespace you are in. If you are in 7.1, Brine, or Bedford, I have a post that details how to do this. The code varies depending on your version/template: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-tips-tricks/how-to-invert-logo-single-page-squarespace
  10. Yep, each website is tied to its own billing account. I'd recommend getting in touch with Squarespace Support and letting them know what you'd like to do. They'll walk you through the cancellation process and have been good about giving pro-rated refunds on the old account.
  11. I've also done this in Squarespace 7.1 - I just add some Custom CSS to remove the header and footer from the landing page (set as the homepage), then build out the site. When finished, I change the homepage to the new home and delete the landing page.
  12. You can either embed a MailerLite form on your Squarespace website (this requires site code injection + a code block to embed the form) - you can see that in action here on my site: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-prelaunch-checklist Or you can use a Squarespace newsletter block and that will save the name and email inside Marketing > Email Campaigns > Mailing List. You can choose the Mailing List you'd like it to save to in the newsletter block settings. Once you've done that, the block will show up. When you're ready to email your list that the site is live, you can either do it from within Squarespace Campaigns or you can export the list and import it into MailerLite.
  13. Yep! I have a post that details a couple of ways to do this and compares MemberSpace and MemberStack: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-tips-tricks/members-area-squarespace-website
  14. You might check out Community Box to see if that would give you the functionality you need: https://www.communitybox.co/
  15. Hi @coneill659, this would require some significant additional code above what's included in Squarespace. For a simple membership site, I have a blog post that shows a couple of different ways to create a Members Area: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-tips-tricks/members-area-squarespace-website
  16. You can target just that one text block, so something like #block-5f524e504e7c943516ebdfe6 .desc-wrapper { margin: 0 !important; text-align: left!important; } Use the Squarespace ID finder Chrome extension to easily find your unique Block ID.
  17. This is the resource I follow for uploading Custom Fonts: https://bigcatcreative.com/blog/upload-fonts-squarespace You'll want to add the font file through Design > Custom CSS.
  18. Hi @vsulzer26, Can you password protect the site and share the password so we can take a look? https://support.squarespace.com/hc/en-us/articles/205815528-Site-wide-passwords
  19. Hi! This is the resource I use for adding custom fonts: https://bigcatcreative.com/blog/upload-fonts-squarespace
  20. I don’t have the answer to your question, but another workaround might be to use the option to save the form to Google Drive and work your magic there.
  21. Aw, thanks @Aesthetic_Collab! Glad it was helpful!
  22. Hi @Asiya, you can adjust the image focal point to change what part of the banner you see on mobile - that would be my first recommendation. If that doesn't work, you might consider having a different banner image for mobile. I have a post on that here and there are some threads in the forum as well.
  23. You can target the images with CSS. For your home page product images, add this to Design > Custom CSS to make them circular. The collection specifies the page and then the code specifies images in the product block. #collection-5ef925025708dc5cb9e01f4b .product-block .image-container img { border-radius: 50%; } For other images, you can specify the block (I use the first plugin in this post: https://christyprice.com/squarespace-tips-tricks/chrome-extensions-squarespace-designers) and then set the border radius.
  24. This drives me nuts too. Get rid of it by adding this to Design > Custom CSS: .search-input:focus { outline-color: transparent; }
  25. You would need to add some code to Custom CSS to force an underline if it doesn't show up automatically: If you are using a Code Block use something like: .code-block a { color: #ed834a; padding-bottom: .05em; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-bottom-style: solid; border-bottom-color: rgba(237,131,74,.3); } You can change out the colors for the text and the underline to be whatever you want. For a Markdown Block, you can use something like this: .markdown-block a { color: #ed834a; padding-bottom: .05em; border-bottom-width: 1px; border-bottom-style: solid; border-bottom-color: rgba(237,131,74,.3); } Still not working? Try adding !important before the ; symbol.
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