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Squarespace Website Loading Slowly? This is why… [Video]

Does your Squarespace Website take too long to load? In this video, I show you the main culprit for a slow website.For more information go to https://rebeccagracedesigns.com/blog/squarespace-website-loading-slowlyFor more information on how you can optimize your site for search engines check out my Squarespace SEO Course 👉 https://www.rebeccagracedesigns.com/squarespace-seoSubscribe for more Squarespace Tips & Tricks 👉 http://bit.ly/youtuberebeccagrace Connect with Me: Blog: https://www.rebeccagracedesigns.com/blogFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebeccagracewebdesignInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebeccagracewebdesign#squarespace #squarespaceCSS #squarespacehelp #customcode #codesnippets

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How To Customize The Product Quick View Lightbox in Squarespace // Squarespace CSS Tutorial [Video]

Just getting started with Squarespace CSS? Awesome! 😍 I want to teach you the basics – grab my free Getting Started Guide here 👉 http://bit.ly/guide-to-css—In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to change the look of the quickview product lightbox in Squarespace. —Important note: This tutorial was recorded in Squarespace 7.1 but the codes will work for both Squarespace 7 and 7.1, so older sites built with Brine, Bedford, Pacific, York & other themes can still use these codes!The sample codes from this video are below, but I want to encourage you to do more than copy-and-paste here; get creative! Change up colors, shadows, and more to suit your own site style. → To learn more about color options, check out this page: http://insidethesquare.co/colors→ To learn more about borders, check out this page:https://insidethesquare.co/borders—Here are some of the codes from this tutorial:→ How to add a shadow to the quickview product lightbox.sqs-product-quick-view-content {box-shadow: 5px 5px 15px rgba(0,0,0,0.2)}→ How to add a border to the quickview product lightbox.sqs-product-quick-view-content {border: 1px solid purple; }→ How to change the background color of the quickview product lightbox.sqs-product-quick-view-content {background:purple}→ How to change the button color inside the quickview product lightbox.sqs-product-quick-view-content .sqs-add-to-cart-button {background-color:purple!important}→ How to change the close X button color inside the quickview product lightbox.sqs-product-quick-view-lightbox-close-button line{stroke:purple!important}→ Change the color of the overlay that shows up behind the background; play around with the opacity too!.sqs-product-quick-view-lightbox.sqs-modal-lightbox .sqs-modal-lightbox-content .lightbox-background {background:purple!important; opacity:.5}

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How to add a time zone to events in Squarespace + Event List Date Styles [Video]

Brand new to CSS? Awesome! 😍 I want to teach you the basics – check out my free training here 👉 https://insidethesquare.co/learn-css—This tutorial is for any version of Squarespace, 7 or 7.1!—This tutorial will show you how to add a time zone after the time listed for events in your Squarespace website I also wanted to share some clever code you can use to style the date displayed on the event list thumbnail. A few important things to note before you copy and paste this into your own site:+ The time zone will be displayed on the events list AND the individual events page – anywhere time is listed for that event will have the text added to the end of it. + There is more than one way to do this! This is just one approach of many because code is super customizable. + There are a TON of creative things you can do with border codes. To learn more about borders, visit https://insidethesquare.co/borders+ I am using color names in this tutorial, but color codes like RGB, HEX, and HSL will work too. To learn more about color options, visit: https://insidethesquare.co/colors→ Add time zone to events listing.event-time-12hr:after{content:” PST”}→ Customize the event date: must be set as a “side tag” in 7.1.eventlist-datetag{border-radius:50%; box-shadow: 5px 5px 15px rgba(0,0,0,0.2); background-color:purple; color:#yellow}▸▸▸ Ready for more? The codes in this tutorial are just the beginning of all the cool things you can do with Custom CSS! When you’re ready to dive in and start customizing, you can use codes from my CSS Cheat Sheet. It has over 30 pages of code snippets and pro tips to help you get started. Download your copy at https://insidethesquare.co/css▸▸▸ Ready to be an expert?Copy & pasting CSS is a great way to get started, but if you really want to level up your skills and write your own code, then you’re ready for the Custom Code Academy. I created this course to teach you everything I know about CSS for Squarespace. Enrollment is open right now, and access lasts a lifetime. Join the academy today at https://customcodeacademy.com—#squarespace #squarespacecss #howto #customizesquarespace #css #squarespacetricks #squarespacehacksThe term “Squarespace” is a trademark of Squarespace, Inc. I am not affiliated with Squarespace, Inc. I just really love their platform.