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The Magic of jQuery in Squarespace

Jay Whaaaat?<br>The Magic of jQuery in Squarespace

jQuery is a powerful JavaScript framework by which to examine a page's HTML and add new content or change the page's structure. Use it with site generators such as Squarespace to make design changes beyond what can be done using CSS alone. A good way to begin is to add a page element such as a tagline that's not provide for in your template. 

Facebooking the Squarespace Flatiron

Facebooking the Squarespace Flatiron

Have you built a site on a Squarespace template such as Flatiron or Marquee supporting the concept of index pages or index collections? Do you post a page or a gallery link to Facebook only to be frustrated that Facebook ignores the metadata for the page you are posting and displays the index page's metadata instead? Keep reading! There's a perfectly logical explanation along with a dead-simple solution. 

CSS and Squarespace: Getting Started

CSS and Squarespace: Getting Started

CSS style rules let you bust into full-on, creative mode when designing websites on the Squarespace platform. The Squarespace promise is one of gorgeous template designs that you build out with drag-and-drop ease. Yet no matter how good the template, there is always just that one little tweak that you want to make, that wasn't accounted for by the template's designer. Knowing how to create and apply CSS rules helps you avoid the cookie-cutter look by customizing your site's design beyond the limited set of choices provided by the template.

Facebook Preview and Squarespace

Facebook Preview and Squarespace

Consider social media from the very beginning when creating blog posts and other web content. Here are some tips for Squarespace customers on controlling the appearance of their content when it's linked to from someone's Facebook wall. Learn to control the thumbnail image, as well as the descriptive text and title that are displayed when a URL is pasted into a Facebook status update.