Choosing colors for a new Squarespace site ironically is made much easier if you find good ways to limit your options. Otherwise the 16+ million colors from the color wheels become overwhelming. Perhaps ironically for artists, the rescue comes from mathematics.
A useful technique in web design is the use of distinctive background colors to provide visual separation between sections in a page. Squarespace customers can implement the technique using templates such as Bedford and Marquee that allow many individual pages to be concatenated into a single, index page.
My earlier post on Facebooking the Squarespace Flatiron shows how you never really leave your site's index page when viewing the gallery pages in your index collection. How then do you write CSS rules to affect just the index page, or just the gallery page, but not both?
"D- - n, d- -n, the author & publisher I say!" You're looking at a well-known sketch from 1807. What? You don't want your readers to react in that way? I should hope not. Here to help are seven tips toward better writing that I presented as a lightning talk at C14 OakTable World Las Vegas – an event sponsored by the OakTable Network and held in conjunction with the IOUG's Collaborate14 conference.