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Combine Multiple Scrolling Effects with SquareKicker on Squarespace [Video]

SquareKicker: No-Code. Just Design.SquareKicker is an intuitive no-code design extension which allows you to bring your Squarespace sites to the next level.Break free from templates and complex code and start building unique websites that your are proud to show your clients. Creating a beautiful website is easy, but creating something truly unique, taking your visions and design beyond the limit of a template was just not possible without complex code… Until Now! Using SquareKicker’s visual builder you can explore a whole new level of unlimited design possibilities. Easy to use tools allow you to see the changes as you design allowing you to control each pixel of your design.Get started for free at SquareKicker.com

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Squarespace

Bluehost vs Squarespace [Video]

In this video, we will talk about the comparison between Bluehost vs Squarespace. So, before starting this video like this video and subscribe to our YouTube channel for future updates.Both Bluehost and Squarespace are platforms that we recommend. While they both assist you in the creation of a website, they are vastly different. Bluehost is a web hosting company. It lays the groundwork for creating a website on another platform, most commonly WordPress. This is the best option if you’re comfortable dealing with WordPress or eager to learn. Squarespace is a website builder that does everything. You pay a (higher) monthly price, but you can create and publish a fantastic website right on the platform. It’s a quicker, more user-friendly way to get your website up and running.Bluehost does offer its website builder, called the Bluehost Builder, although it’s rather simple. Most individuals start with Bluehost as a hosting service before moving on to a more robust platform like WordPress.Value for Money and Pricing.Bluehost is more cost-effective than Squarespace. Squarespace charges extra for the convenience of having everything in one location, whereas Bluehost is a more ‘bare bones’ choice. For $2.95 per month, Bluehost provides you with a server space as well as the necessary resources – such as bandwidth and storage space – to allow you to get many visitors. A domain name is also included in the annual plan. $0 – $130+ for a WordPress theme (on-off payment).Free – $10+ per month for each WordPress plugin.Squarespace provides a unique type of value. All subscriptions include unlimited bandwidth and storage (perfect for media-heavy sites) and a much faster and easier way to put up a site using one of Squarespace’s templates. A WordPress site will take longer to set up and edit in the future, therefore Squarespace provides significant value in terms of time savings and convenience.Usefulness.Squarespace is more user-friendly than Bluehost. Bluehost is a user-friendly and helpful hosting service, while Squarespace is the more straightforward option for creating a website. When it comes to simplicity of use, it’s especially tough to compare Bluehost and Squarespace because they both provide something so different.It doesn’t get much easier to use a hosting company than Bluehost. The dashboard is simple to use, and the help and support options are comprehensive. In just one click, you can install WordPress from your Bluehost dashboard. Squarespace isn’t the simplest website builder to use. In user testing, our users discovered that learning Squarespace took a little longer than learning competing website builders like Wix and Weebly. Squarespace, on the other hand, takes the cake when it comes to making a website. No, it’s not the most user-friendly website builder available, but it does make the process of creating and designing a website easier by default. You can see how simple it is to work with one of Squarespace’s templates.Squarespace, on the other hand, has a carefully curated collection of templates that look fantastic – in fact, they’re the best of any website builder we’ve seen – and are simple to customize. In the end, you won’t have as many modification options as you would with WordPress, but the great majority of website kinds are well covered, so you won’t notice unless you’re developing something uncommon.What do you think about this video? Do let us know down in the comment section below. If you enjoyed this video and want to hear from us, again be sure to hit that subscribe button before you go.Try Bluehost Here ➜ https://bit.ly/3xbPcEP

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Squarespace

Enable Overlay Menu on Desktop for Squarespace [Video]

Highlights:0:00 – Introduction 0:31 – Enable Desktop Overlay Menu1:04 – Hamburger Alignment & Slide Direction1:17 – Menu Width, Alignment & BackgroundHow to Customise Squarespace’s Overlay Menu:https://youtu.be/caTpSeVg7TkSquareKicker: No-Code. Just Design.SquareKicker is an intuitive no-code design extension which allows you to bring your Squarespace sites to the next level.Break free from templates and complex code and start building unique websites that your are proud to show your clients. Creating a beautiful website is easy, but creating something truly unique, taking your visions and design beyond the limit of a template was just not possible without complex code… Until Now! Using SquareKicker’s visual builder you can explore a whole new level of unlimited design possibilities. Easy to use tools allow you to see the changes as you design allowing you to control each pixel of your design.Get started for free at SquareKicker.com

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Wix

Top Business Websites For Entrepreneurs [Video]

Welcome To The World Of Entrepreneurship✨If you clicked this video your ready to take your life to the next level. These sites are great for small businesses, big businesses, modern scheduling, & business versatility.We will touch bases on these Websites/ Apps:• Aquity Scheduling/ Square Space• Gloss Genius• WIX• Style Seat• Booksy • Calendly SIGN UP WITH GLOSSGENIUS LINK & RECEIVE $30https://app.glossgenius.com/invite/KIARAMISHELLEComment any sites you think I should’ve included or which site you think is the best fit for your business.Hit that Subscribe button if you were feeling the vibes & are ready for more content in the near future!SUBSCRIBE!Wishing you all abundance & prosperity.

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Squarespace

Scrolling Effects for Squarespace [Video]

Create scrolling animations that interact as your visitors scroll up and down the page. It’s as simple as click, slide, apply to add vertical and horizontal movement, opacity, scale, rotate, and blur to any block. Multiple effects can be enabled on the same block combining into a more complex animation and fine tune the effects using a custom timeline. SquareKicker is an intuitive no-code design extension which allows you to bring your Squarespace sites to the next level. Break free from templates and complex code and start building unique websites that your are proud to show your clients. Get started for free at https://squarekicker.com

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How to use SquareKicker on Squarespace Image Cards [Video]

SquareKicker: No-Code. Just Design.SquareKicker is an intuitive no-code design extension which allows you to bring your Squarespace sites to the next level.Break free from templates and complex code and start building unique websites that your are proud to show your clients. Creating a beautiful website is easy, but creating something truly unique, taking your visions and design beyond the limit of a template was just not possible without complex code… Until Now! Using SquareKicker’s visual builder you can explore a whole new level of unlimited design possibilities. Easy to use tools allow you to see the changes as you design allowing you to control each pixel of your design.Get started for free at SquareKicker.com

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Website Design

6 reasons 💥 why YOU should learn WEB Development [Video]

Want to create a website? Are you using Square Space or Wix? Do you have a business or a small shop? Learn how to build websites in 2022, starting with the 3 main languages: HTML, CSS and JS.Subscribe to my Channel to ensure you don’t miss the best Web Development Crash Course on 2022Hi everyone! This is an extract of my video longest video: Web Development Introhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYo6aguOnJ4&t=3s In this vide,o I gothroughh 6 reasons why I believe any professional would be far ahead in their careers with a bit of coding knowledge 😉#coding #learnhtmlcssandjs #doIneedToLearnCoding

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Squarespace

How to Customise Form Blocks on Squarespace wth SquareKicker [Video]

SquareKicker: No-Code. Just Design.SCRIPT:Form Block Tutorial Forms are one of the most important call to action points on your website. Squarespace’s form builder has so many fantastic fields and it’s really easy to setup but it has always been a struggle to customise the design of this vital block. SquareKickers tool allows you to fully customise the design of your form block. SquareKicker also has a newsletter block tool with similar features so you have consistent designs on your site. This video covers 5 main things: 1. We’ll go over all the different spacing options provided in the SquareKicker Form Tools.2. We’ll break down the different label font options3. We’ll take a look at the most exciting part of this tool, the text input, checkboxes, radio buttons and select dropdown design options4. How to design the post submit screen, the message people will get once they submit your form.5. Last we’ll show you how you can turn this form into a preset so you can quickly make all your forms look exactly the same across your entire site. Once in edit mode, click on a Squarespace form block and then click the SK button. This will launch your block tools. First we’ll head into spacing and have a look at all the options provided.1.) You will see spacing options for Fields, Labels, Description, Inputs, and Captions. If you’re not sure what these target, just hover over the options and you will see a yellow outline highlight the corresponding elements.2.) Now that we have covered the spacing lets go back to the main menu and dive into the label options. Here you have the options to change the font on all the labels, description and caption text.Inside these options you will find all the same font options you are familiar with from SquareKicker.3.) Back to the main menu again, let’s check out the inputs. The following are 4 different type of input fields on a form block. These options will change all the input type fields on this form block so each field remains consistent. First, lets look at the options for a Text Input: – You will see at the top an option to change the font style in the text input. – The style options are predefine styles for text inputs. You can choose underline, pill, shade and frame. – As you can see, these predefine options make a really quick impact. – If you want more control, select custom and you’ll be presented with more extensive options.Next, we’ll look at Checkboxes: – Checkboxes have predefined options just like the text input fields, on each option you can also customise the design of the styles. – Square, Rounded and circle are 3 of the styles you can choose from. A new exciting option is the ability to turn a standard checkbox into a toggle and then fully customise the design to align with your brand. The Radio Buttons and Select Dropdown’s both have similar options to the text input and checkbox design styles and options. Heading back to the main menu, You can also uniquely customise the Line Field. – Line Fields are great because they can act like a heading for a group of fields. Have you’ve ever wanted to customise the message your visitor sees when they submit your form? – Well now you can! As you hover over the Post Submit Option, your form will hide and the Post Submit message will display. – You will see all the same options your would normally expect to see in a standard SquareKicker text block tool. Just a quick note, SquareKicker Form Block Styling will only be applied to the form block and not the Form Lightbox Design. If you have multiple forms on you site it makes sense to save your new form as a preset so you can apply these same styles to all your forms on your site. To create a form preset, head over to your Presets tab and click “create preset from current block settings”. Now you can rapidly apply form styling to any form block on your site. Presets are a premium SquareKicker feature and available on Pro, Designer and Agency plans and the free trial. For more information on presets check out the Presets tutorial on the SquareKicker website. Now its your turn. For more inspiration join the SquareKicker Community on Facebook.——————SquareKicker is an intuitive no-code design extension which allows you to bring your Squarespace sites to the next level.Break free from templates and complex code and start building unique websites that your are proud to show your clients. Creating a beautiful website is easy, but creating something truly unique, taking your visions and design beyond the limit of a template was just not possible without complex code… Until Now! Using SquareKicker’s visual builder you can explore a whole new level of unlimited design possibilities. Easy to use tools allow you to see the changes as you design allowing you to control each pixel of your design.Get started for free at SquareKicker.com

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Website Design

Web Development 💜 Roadmap 2022 [Video]

Subscribe to the best Web Development Crash Course on 2022Learn HTML, CSS, JS with beautiful Design Build your own websiteHi everyone! This is the first video of the Course WEB DEVELOPMENT. A series of videos where we will go through the first things you need to learn to become a web developer. We will start from scratch, with easy concepts. The videos will be really organized, so you’ll know at any point what to expect.If you want to learn HTML, CSS and JS, hit the subscribe button and ring the Bell! So you make sure you never miss a video :PThe main points of this video are:Who this video is meant to be for? 5 reasons why any professional should learn at least the basics of HTML. 6 reasons TO LEARN the basics of HTML. Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?Skills you need to haveWhat you are going to learn A little about myselfIntroduction to the 3 Languages: HTML, CSS and JavaScript