I know I'm not the only one still running around making sure everything on my site is ready for the GDPR deadline, and since that includes setting the EU cookie banner I wanted to share a quick snippet that my lovely friend Yana Dirkx from Bliss & Gold came up with to make the awful Squarespace cookie banner look much much nicer!Read More
Not feeling happy with how Squarespace is resizing your fonts in mobile? Then let's do something about it shall we? In today's quick tutorial I'm going to show you how you can easily control the size of your fonts in mobile view. Let's go!Read More
I'm a big fan of overlapping text on purpose to create cool-looking headers, I feel this gives a more interesting look to a rather "standard" section of your website without overthinking it. So, if you love mixing fonts and want to add a unique touch to your design, keep on reading to find out how to overlap headings in Squarespace!Read More
Look, I know this is not an exciting topic but I promise you the solution to your mobile issues is much simpler than you think. That's why I created a completely free training on making changes to your Squarespace design only on small screens! In the video I walk you through everything you need to know to take matters into your own hands and make any element on your site look how YOU want to on mobile.Read More
Today's bite-sized code trick is all about how to create quick jumps (aka anchor links or anchor points) inside long pieces of content – and between pages in your site – with just two lines of code! Take a look at how you can do this in less than 10 minutes!Read More
With this nifty CSS trick you'll be able to make style your Squarespace gallery slideshow arrows match your site's style in less than 10 minutes. Heck, less than 5 if you already know your brand colors' hex codes! Take a look at how you can make them look on-brand, with this quick snippet!Read More
So, you want to be able to add a custom h4, h5 or h6 to your Squarespace site, or even better, be able to add a specific font WITHIN one of the default Squarespace headings without having to add a code block with HTML, every single time? Then take a look!Read More
To edit just ONE banner in your Five template you can either add your code inside your chosen page's header or target the corresponding page's ID in your Custom CSS window. In this tutorial, we'll see how to do it with the page's ID to change the page title color, add a background to the banner text and even add a button to any banner!Read More
Today I'm going to show you a really easy and fun way to add a click to tweet to a Squarespace post!
You'll be able to style them any way you want by changing the text color, background color, icon, and adding any other brand detail or information you'd like to have.
Let's get started!Read More
It seems like one of the most common struggles DIYers and designers alike have when creating a site in Squarespace, is finding out how to make changes to a specific banner on their site. In today's post, I'll show you how to style a specific index section and individual page abnner in the Brine template.Read More
The final stage of my design process, and the last post of the series From Zero to Squarespace, is all about using the mockups you strategically crafted as a guide to translate your design vision into Squarespace. Click to read this final step!Read More
Check out part IV of the From Zero to Squarespace series to see how you can plan the layout and design of your client's site, so you can, later on, develop your design in Squarespace smoothly and knowing that your client will love the result! Take a look at the post.Read More
It's tricky to choose the perfect Squarespace template for your web design project, that's why in part III of the From Zero to Squarespace blog series I'm showing you how I choose the best Squarespace template that goes with my client's site. Read the post here!Read More
It's important that all your website pages are planned with a goal in mind. Part II of the From Zero to Squarespace series is all about setting your page goals, organizing the content that will go on each of your pages, and creating a sitemap for your web design project. Click through to read!Read More
This series is going to guide you through the design process, MY process from going from idea to full website design. In these next posts, we’ll be looking at each of the steps you should be taking before you can successfully create your design in Squarespace. Take a look!Read More
If you're curious about where Pinterest Rich Pins get their information from in your Squarespace blog post, and want to know how to optimize it for your pinnable blog content, click to read this post!Read More
Need some Squarespace design inspiration? Wonder why you can't help but to love a website design? I know I do. That's why I decided to start a series on it! On each post, we'll be breaking down the design elements that make a design work and I'll give you tips on how you can implement them on your Squarespace site.Read More
In this post, you'll learn how to create a secondary navigation – out of thin air – on top of your Squarespace site header to solve your excessive link problem on any template. Take a look at how you can use custom code to add your own second menu to Squarespace!Read More
So, want to know how you can get creative with your Squarespace site design WITHOUT using code?
Whether you want to switch up your site's layout or use a different template and start from scratch, it's not always easy to create a unique-looking layout out of thin air. Well, here are 7 ways...Read More
Ever wonder how to customize MailerLite embedded forms to fit your site? It's pretty simple! Jump in to read how to style your embedded MailerLite forms with CSS.Read More