Hey DIYer Squarespacers.
It's that time of the day when you're faffing around ON your business that you realize - you've gotta edit one of your Squarespace pages big time. You've got some new info to share and you've learned a thing or two about design and UX since the first time you DIYed your site.
You've got to move some images over here. Move some text over there. Add a call to action button. That kind of stuff.
These page edits will be so much more than adding a new link or correcting a typo. We're talking major changes.
Easy peasy, right? I mean, maybe you did the website yourself and so you think you know what to do.
And you go in and start mucking about and then, "OMG! What the heck have I done!"
And no, you can't undo it. And yep, I've been there many times.
I've finally learned my lesson.
Before you start making major edits to your Squarespace Page, watch this tutorial.
These are the 2 hacks you need to try first. They work for me every single time.
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