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Is there a way to get rid off or increase the 128,000 character limit in Custom CSS?

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Heya,

On the Squarespace website I created many of the pages are CSS customized.I wanted to add another page and create a custom CSS for it but I can't save it as a red notification showed up at the bottom of the screen saying "Too much CSS, delete before proceeding".This limitation would stop me from populating the website.

I have a Squarespace Business Plan.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Many thanks!

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the reply.I only used block IDs when necessary. In the custom CSS that I have, I have loads of "@media only screen" for responsive screens and with the various prefixes for different browsers like for flex and transitions.

Cheers!

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the reply.I only used block IDs when necessary. In the custom CSS that I have, I have loads of "@media only screen" for responsive screens and with the various prefixes for different browsers like for flex and transitions.

Cheers!

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@Chadikoy - One possibility might be to write your CSS in an external editor and upload the file as a link on your site (in any link on a page, I just tried it with a text link on an unlinked page). Then, copy the link to the file and set up a normal

<link rel="stylesheet" href="the-link-you-copied">

in your header code injection in the advanced settings.

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