I’m going to show you a very handy little bit of CSS to add to your Squarespace website to ensure that your text isn’t split up by hyphens on mobile view. The thought of having to add some code to your Squarespace site may make you feel a little panicky but fear not!
The announcement bar on Squarespace is so useful, with a whole host of ways that you can use it on your website. If you’re wondering what I mean, it’s a bar that can be added to your site above the header and contains whatever text and/or links that you choose to add. You can also customise the announcement bar and in this post I’ll show you how.
In a word, (well two actually) not this. What I mean is, too much content consumption = zero content creation. No action, no moving forward. 100% procrastination. A little harsh? In my case, not at all!
Whether you want to call it an opt in, a lead magnet, a freebie or a good old pdf, there are times when you may want to upload a file to Squarespace to be hosted there.
A favicon is the little image that shows up in your browser tab next to the page title. If you’re like me and usually have about 20 tabs open, a favicon really makes the tab stand out as you can quickly recognise which website is hiding behind that tab.
You’ve seen the phrase ‘link in bio’ on Instagram hundreds of times. But you can only have one link in your Instagram bio so what if you want to direct your followers to a variety of pages on your website?
Dubsado is a fantastic system for creative businesses but like anything new, it can be a little daunting when you start using it. What should you do first to get your systems up and running?
There’s no doubt that Squarespace treats images beautifully and showcases them so well on your website. However, you need to make sure you get a few things right before you upload your images, which will make life easier later on. Nothing too onerous! But it’s good to get into a routine of remembering which size your images should be so that you can have all of that ready in advance.