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I need your help, community. My client came to me with the question of whether he could move from a business plan to a personal plan. I knew about the limitation, but I was not sure about the answer, as I had already implemented several CSS on her website when we developed it. 

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On the Personal plan, you do have access to Custom CSS, but not header/footer code injection, and you are more limited in use of code blocks i.e. no scripts (though these can be added to markdown blocks). You also lose access to some marketing tools.

You will need to assess what you have on the website and what you will lose.


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