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Standard Squarespace pages do not have a draft mode. When you save your changes, they are immediately live on the site. However, if you are creating new blog posts or products, it is possible to create a draft.

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Ok Paul ,
I've found how to fix , it seems simple to do.
The site is simple: duplicate the page , update the content, test it by the master, change old page ref and name the new one like to be.

do you see any problem?

thx.

 

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1 hour ago, CMRA said:

do you see any problem?

No, unless custom code is being used.

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On 11/7/2022 at 8:27 PM, CMRA said:


Thanks Paul.
I started using Square Space about ten years ago, but only for one client. Over the years I have seen incredible product improvements but this lack seems absurd to me.
How do you behave, if I may ask.
Thank you.

Hi there,

I've been asking Squarespace this same question for years.

When I signed up I knew that Portfolio posts were the best way to display photographs but saw there was no draft option. I asked the help centre about it as I signed up and was told this may be implemented in the future.

I moved my site from Wordpress to Squarespace because images are displayed so much better here. I even created a Squarespace site for my work. It baffles me that even wordpress had the option to create a draft before going live.

Without the draft option, my posts are rushed and the text is minimal. I'd have many more posts if I had time to work on a post without it being live.

This is the only reason why I don't recommend Squarespace to others.

Please help me out

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