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Site URL: http://lamaekerclay.com I'm new to squarespace and am quickly learning that I made a rookie mistake. My 2 week trial ended a couple of days ago and I was still working on my site but knew I wanted to go with squarespace so I paid for my annual subscription. I found myself not being satisfied with how my site looked and stumbled upon the Julia template. I have since learned that since I have version 7.1, I can't switch templates as easily as 7.0. Does anyone have any recommendations on how to change the style of my site to match the Julia template? I know they say that they all share the same template and that there isn't a need to change templates, but I can't figure out how to design a layout that will match the framing that the Julia template has. Can anyone shed some light on this? I feel silly that I didn't find the template while I was still in the trial period, but they really hid those old templates and I stumbled on them kind of by accident. I know there's an option to start all over, but I paid for the annual subscription and really don't want to lose out on that money.
SUPER NEWBIE HERE. But I'm trying to set up a blog with the Julia template. I've written up some drafts, but once I get to a certain length the blocks all group together and make a mess. I can't make the post any longer. Is there a limit on how long the posts can be? Am I missing something super obvious? I should also note I'm still on the trial, so if that has anything to do with this problem please let me know. Thanks for any and all help.
I'm using Julia template for a wedding website. I've only got three items in the top navigation bar but when these are viewed on a tablet in portrait mode, the last items drops down/wraps really awkwardly. i think it's because the thin lines at each side of the Nav bar are too wide but I can't find a way to shorten them and edit them to stop this happening. Any ideas? Attached are pics of both landscape and portrait mode.