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  1. The logo image file on my site suddenly stopped working, but only on Safari. The image loads fine in Chrome and Firefox. When I inspect the logo in Safari, it says there's an error loading the resource.
  2. When we load the website into the SS editor on two different Macs, using Safari under OSX Mojave, with no extensions, and using a private window, we see all these errors in the console. From a dialogue with SS support, Squarespace.net is an internal only website. So, why is the editor or my website trying to pull in these internal only resource files?
  3. Hi, I have complex product variants set up (small, medium and large) and then quantities (bundle of 100, bundle of 200 and so on) and I want to hide certain options from the quantities list and only display those relevant to the consumer. unfortunately squarespace doesn't allow this as standard. Here is my code (in a code block under "additional info" in the inventory product). This works fine in Chrome but not in Safari or iOS. In Safari the dropdown menus don't update to show the customer's choice (eg small, bundle of 100). Does anyone know what the issue in Safari is? <script type="text/javascript"> $(function() { $("select[data-variant-option-name='size']").change(function () { console.log($(this).val()); if ($(this).val() == 'small') { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .find("option") .remove() .end() .val("Select pack of"); var selectSize = {"Select pack of":"Select pack of","bundle of 100":"bundle of 100","bundle of 200":"bundle of 200", "box of 1000":"box of 1000"} $.each(selectSize, function(key, value) { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .append($("<option></option>") .prop("value",key) .text(value)); }); }; console.log($(this).val()); if ($(this).val() == 'medium') { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .find("option") .remove() .end() .val("Select pack of"); var selectSize = {"Select pack of":"Select pack of","bundle of 50":"bundle of 50","bundle of 100":"bundle of 100", "box of 500":"box of 500"} $.each(selectSize, function(key, value) { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .append($("<option></option>") .prop("value",key) .text(value)); }); }; console.log($(this).val()); if ($(this).val() == 'large') { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .find("option") .remove() .end() .val("Select pack of"); var selectSize = {"Select pack of":"Select pack of","bundle of 50":"bundle of 50","box of 200":"box of 200"} $.each(selectSize, function(key, value) { $("select[data-variant-option-name='pack of']") .append($("<option></option>") .prop("value",key) .text(value)); }); }; }); }); </script>
  4. So I've asked the "Customer Care" team a few times about this issue. Site scrolls fine on desktop but on mobile it is choppy and jumps up and down as you go by different content. I've tried experimenting with parallax content on and off and other things, but it still happens. And quite frankly, just turning off parallax wouldn't be a "solution" really. So the answer I always get is, "We're aware of this, but no ETA on a fix." That's just not acceptable. So I'm posting this to see if anyone has had any success with any hack to improve how jumpy things are on mobile. We predominantly use Sonora and Mojave templates. Perhaps it isn't as bad on some templates? Thanks.
  5. Given following code injected into the page: var btn = document.querySelector("a[href=#testbtn]"); btn.addEventListener('click', function(){ window.open('https://google.com');}); It does not open new window. The click handler does get called. window.open returns null. Same piece of code tested with a simple html page works fine in same browser.
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