Have you thought about what information you’re going to include in your Squarespace Footer?Read More
If you can layout a page in Squarespace and style fonts and colours in the Design —> Site Styles section, then you can 100% easily change the layout and style of your blog posts.
It’s that simple.
Let’s start with the Why.
Why are you blogging for your business in the first place? Is it to build your brand? Get found online? Gain trust?Read More
One of the most common questions I get asked by Squarespace training or Design in a Day™ clients and DIYers is “How can I make my home page page look like this?” (This = The Moksha Template home page or the Mentor Home Page.Read More
If I were to start all over again, here’s how I’d choose a Squarespace template.
First, I’d learn all about the Brine Template FAMILY because frankly, it is the most versatile of the Squarespace template families out there. And it’s not just me saying that.
You know that irritated, irky, frustrated feeling you get when you click on a pin to a blog post that promises to answer all your Squarespace questions and… you get that dreaded 404 error page.
Let’s fix that now.Read More
The Stack Style Image Card Block is not only good for creating a nifty code-free pricing table.
It's also a solution if you have a lot of bullet-point copy that you want to separate into columns. Putting bulleted copy into columns with a background colour helps highlight your varied services, experience or skill set.Read More
Spoiler alert - To create a code-free pricing table in Squarespace, use the Image Card Block - Stack.
It's that simple.Read More
Remember those Be Like Bill that morphed in to Don't Be Like Bob Memes? I vaguely do.
Well, that was me the other day. Being like Bob - or Bill, or not Bill. Or whoever. I was rushed and careless.
In short, I forgot to set the mobile styles in Squarespace's style editor for a friend's website.Read More
You pulled another all nighter. Third time this week. (And now the kids want their Cheerios and you just want to crawl into bed).
Your client is texting you because they’ve changed their mind about the copy THEY wrote last week. And it’s Sunday. 6am.
You’re all ready to start designing your client’s website - the branding’s all done, you’ve helped them source stunning images, but you don’t have any of their copy yet. And it was due 2 days ago. And you’ve got several other design jobs coming up.
You’re looking at another all nighter. Again.
What’s going on here? Why is your business designing Squarespace websites so hard to make work?
Creating a new Squarespace website - or any website - is so chicken and eggy - I almost don’t know where to begin - and possibly that’s why you’re here too.
You’re wondering where to begin?Read More
Gathering content from clients for a brand new website, particularly written content….ack!
Not an easy task, eh.
First, many clients don’t know the web design process and they certainly don’t know YOUR web design process.Read More
Choosing a Squarespace template is an ordeal.
You're checking out all the templates and finally settle on Margot, Basil, and Hatch. You're not sure why you've settled on these 3, you just did.
And then you stress out.Read More
First, I admit - “5 Ways Squarespace Web Designers Can Handle Clients from Hell” is one heck of a clickbait title. But you clicked, didn’t you.
If you’ve found this post because you have a client from hell, let’s figure out why.Read More
Now that you can duplicate blog posts, you can create your own sidebar for your Squarespace blog. It's easy!Read More
You can now duplicate or clone your blog posts on Squarespace! Believe me, this feature will save you hours of time if you want to include regular elements in each blog post, such as a newsletter sign up form or a mini author bio.Read More
Here's Why You Should Use Squarespace Tags and Categories: You want your site visitors to find your products, services and blog posts easily. And you don't want them losing interest or getting frustrated as they navigate through your site.Read More