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11 minutes ago, joshcreatesthings said:

Is there a way to create a subdomain in order to practice my HTML, CSS & JS skillset?

You can practice your skills by starting a new trial site.

You shouldn't need to worry about a subdomain because the trial will have a built-in Squarespace domain that you can use.

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