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Hello, I have used developer mode and accessed it before. Now I can't seem to. I am trying to go back into it using the steps given by squarspace but after I put git clone url I just get an authentication failed even though it did not give me a chance to authenticate myself (The first time i did it it let me put my email and password to authenticate). This is a weird issue I can't seem to find anyone out there with a similar problem. Is there any potential possibility as to why this is happening? Any leads or ideas would be helpful thank you!
Hi, I am fairly new to SquareSpace, so this might be an easy answer. We have an existing site that I wanted to customize using developer mode (we are using a Trial version for the site currently). I enabled developer mode and downloaded the site by cloning our GIT repository. However, the code that's cloned does not have any of our site changes in it. It seems like I'm just cloning a blank site template (no /pages directory, etc). The pages on our site are password protected and in the primary nav area. Is there anything else I must do to be able to edit our site's files (other than enabling developer mode)? You can see the files included in the GIT History in the screenshot attached. As another test, you can see I changed text on the site to say "TEST SITE JUST MODIFIED". The GIT History never shows this change (no push or update).
Hi! I'm new to Squarespace development and am going through the tutorials now. I'm well-versed in HTML & CSS, but new to Git. I've committed changes to my template files, however, when following instructions from the Beginner Tutorial, I get this fatal error message. Is anyone able to assist me with what I'm doing wrong? I'm familiar with SFTP, is that a better option for this? Thanks! Michelle
Customer notified us that our site may be hacked. Sure enough I went to it and noticed it basically redirected me to a full page "your version of chrome needs updating" which looked super fake, and then Norton caught a download saying Chrome_67.9.17.js will harm your computer, do you want it keep it anyways. So i login to the admin panel and in the GIT HISTORY it shows that one of my users which has never even logged in before, has sent an upload: site-bundle.js last week, along with some other big list of files How do I go about doing anything about this? I'm not used to squarespace. In the old days I'd just login to my FTP and start navigating to the files in question. But I have no clue with this stuff. I put in a support ticket but im afraid they aren't going to offer much help.