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  1. I saw many people asking, but no real answers. Can the folks at squarespace please add the JSON vars to your documentation? How can I specify a physical product in the order confirmation email so that I can say something specific about each product when someone orders it?Thanks.
  2. hi there, this isn't anything that going to change my website but am hoping to just better understand the code / templating. can someone help explain to me what .passthrough and .main-image are targeting? i couldn't find it in the docs anywhere. i understand it's checking something but i'm just confused what exactly it's checking. main-image is obvious, but I don't see main-image on the json, but i do see passthrough. sorry if the question is super vague! thanks!michellea newbie in squarespace
  3. Hi, Is there a way to get the "Code Injection" value using or any other way?
  4. Hi there, In site.region, I can use {website.logoImageUrl} and {website.logoImageId} to get the url to the logo image. I want to do the same thing for favicon icon. Is there a way to do this? May be something like {website.browserImageUrl} and {website.browserImageId}? Or else perhaps the favicon is in a collection from where I can retrieve the url to the favicon?
  5. I was wondering if it's possible to comment out large chunks of JSON-T code. <!-- Comments like this appear in the HTML, which is not what I want. --> {# Comments like this work great for single lines of text, and don't show up in HTML} Are there any other methods of hiding JSON-T and HTML template code?
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