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Using code in a trial-site – which plan is right for me?

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Hi together,

I'm new in squarespace, just trying in trial-mode. I like it very much and I'm thinking about to change my own (see trial-site) and future client sites to SqS.

In this trial I used lots of CSS-edits and some html injections for head (i.e. cookie consent) and footer. 

My question: Would my site run with a personal plan? I'm really unsure, if I use some functions of business-plan in this trial.

  • On the SqS-pricing-site is written, that Personal has NO "Complete customization with CSS and Javascript".
  • Irritatingly in the Help Center is written, that CSS is for All plans. 🤷‍♂️

Hope I explained in a way, that you can understand me.

Thank you!!

Edited by Matt-W-Urst
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Hey @Matt-W-Urst, in order to use the Code Injections areas or the Code Block you need a Business plan or higher. However depending on the code you're using in the Code Injection area's you may be able to add it into a Markdown block and place it in your footer.

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