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Hello, I am using the corrigan template and am trying to use folders to make a more practical menu. I have read some other blog posts about how to link a folder to a page and not make the page appear in the dropdown box but none of it is working. How can I make a folder a page/link to a page? Thank you for any help!!
Site URL: https://www.foodsafetyguides.com/example There is a large amount of white space between (a) the navigation bar and window perimeter and (b) the navigation bar and main content in pages located in a folder in the Bedford template, so much that the template squeezes the content to the point I can't see everything when I embed files and have to scroll back and forth left to right (see screenshot). I know I could try to re-size the embedded file, but I like it's size. What I'd prefer to do is reduce the white space to make more room for main content. I tried reducing padding, but that just increased/reduced padding between navigation and edge of window. Thanks for your help!
I'm setting up a digital products store on my website. In the spirit of keeping my "not linked" section organized I put the two pages of my store in a folder. So because digital product variants are not possible on squarespace, I've devised a work around for this. I created a products page were all the digital products will be listed in all variants. Then created a Blog page where each "post" will be the product and hyperlinked texts as the different variants. Now the links work only when the products page is outside of the folder and don't when the product page is in the folder. Am I missing a step? the urls are structured as follows: /foldername/productpage/product-variant They work when I take the product page out of the folder, /productpage/product-variant
I need to make my folders not link to the first page in the folder. I don't want anything to happen when the folder name is clicked on. I've looked through the forums but nothing has worked for Bedford. Help please! Thanks!