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I would like to create a website for a community energy project. The decision makers are mainly engaged citizens. I would like to show them a possible website. The problem is that we only see each other every 30 days (Or even longer). The municipality that would finance a website would also have to be involved afterwards. Decision times are therefore long.

Currently the website is accessible with password, a temporary xyz.squarespace.com domain and I can show it to other people. But what happens after the 14 days?

Does the URL expire then? Can decision makers with password continue to view the site? Or will the website even be deleted completely?

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22 minutes ago, AFKSTue said:

But what happens after the 14 days?

You can extend the trial for another 14 days.

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