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Why does "name" appear twice at the top of my contact form?

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It's a bug, use this code to hide it for now until Squarespace fixes it.

Add to DESIGN > CUSTOM CSS:
 

.form-wrapper .field-list legend{
  display: none;
}

 

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Squarespace have confirmed that this is related to an issue with Form Blocks on their end. It has been reported to the Engineering team, and they’re currently prioritising the issue. It only appears when you are logged on - the public doesn’t see it. 

For future reference, if you experience an issue like this, it’s best to report it directly to Squarespace Customer Care. Forum users cannot fix issues like this. 

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