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Site URL: https://capao.squarespace.com/checkout

Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to style the logo for the checkout page. On the main website (https://capao.squarespace.com/) I have the logo to the edge of the page and at a certain size. For the checkout page I can't figure out how to target and edit it? The problems I'm looking to solve are:

1. Have the checkout page logo match the style of the home page.

2. Make the logo un-clickable. I have A&B pages sharing the same cart and checkout page and I don't want the B page viewers to have access to the A pages.

3. If neither of those 2 options are viable I'd like to hide the logo completely. 

I've tested the following below but all these have been unsuccessful. 

.Logo-link-BPzKv {
    pointer-events: none;
    cursor: default;
}
#sqs-standard-checkout img.Logo-image-2huvT {
  display: none !important;
}

body #checkout .Logo-image-2huvT {
  display:none !important;

.Logo-image-2huvT {
  max-width: 500px;
  max-height: 500px;
}

If anyone knows how to target items on this page that would be really helpful!

checkout-page-remove-clickability.jpg

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27 minutes ago, EduardoPowerBrands said:

I'm trying to style the logo for the checkout page. I can't figure out how to target and edit it?

You cannot style the checkout logo or make it unclickable. The site site or logo will always be there, and always be clickable.

If you don't want it to be visible, you can uncheck Show Site Logo and then match the colour of the site title to the colour of the header in Design > Checkout Page. The site title will still be there, but it will not be obvious to visitors.

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