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2 hours ago, tuanphan said:

Hi,

Have you tried using Announcement bar to achieve this yet?

I have tried but, I cannot format so that it sits over my navigation bar or change colour. If it can't be done, then I will need to think of another way. I just want to make it as easy as possible for my clients be able to pay their tax or settle any outstanding debts. 

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On 9/12/2021 at 2:16 PM, jcgillies said:

How do I create additional custom navigation links? Basically, I have my normal navigation links but what I am trying to achieve is adding a few more but above the normal ones.

You can do this by creating the series of links using HTML and then add this into Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Header. You can then add a little styling (to Design > Custom CSS) to make the links match your mockup. 

Here's a W3 Schools tutorial that you may find helpful. It's not Squarespace specific, but it should get you started.

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1 hour ago, paul2009 said:

You can do this by creating the series of links using HTML and then add this into Settings > Advanced > Code Injection > Header. You can then add a little styling (to Design > Custom CSS) to make the links match your mockup. 

Here's a W3 Schools tutorial that you may find helpful. It's not Squarespace specific, but it should get you started.

That worked a treat. Thank you.

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