As much as I love a good desktop design for a website, so many people are viewing your content on a mobile device. In this video I explain the process of making your website design mobile-friendly and how to double check if everything looks good for your mobile visitors!Read More
Your website footer can be the home for all types of quick links and information your site needs. Learn what you should include in your footer and how to update this section of your design through this tutorial!Read More
Adding a slider can create a lot of dynamic engagement with your content. I think this is a great item to feature on a custom blog layout! You can also add it to the homepage, or anywhere really!Read More
Sometimes it's fun to just add a random, pretty effect to your website, just because. Because who doesn't like rainbows? And since the answer to that is "No one!", why not add some rainbows to your website?Read More
Websites are living, breathing things. Websites evolve and change and so does the way users interact with your website. There are lots of web design trends and even some commonplace design layouts that everyone assumes are great - but are they really?Read More
Ever notice how sometimes a perfectly amazing feature set up for a desktop browser doesn't quite translate like you want it to on mobile? I've found a way to modify the gallery caption display so that it will always work no matter what device you're on!Read More
Because you deserve a killer website to match your badass brand and business.
1 - You can't even update it If you have to call your web developer for every little text change, you should rethink your website set up. There is LITERALLY no reason for you to have any trouble updating your own site on a basic level.Read More
More customizations for all you Squarespace lovers today! This one changes the standard newsletter block. I find that this can be a dead giveaway that your site is built on Squarespace, so why not jazz it up? These two handy code snippets will allow you to customize your submit buttons as well as the form fields. As always, it's super easy - just copy and paste!Read More
SEO is something everyone wants but no one fully understands.
This is partly because Google is sneaky - always changing its algorithm. It can be hard to keep up with the new rules. But there are actually some really simple tips you can use to make sure your SEO ranking is as high as possible.Read More
So you've just been given a beautiful new branding package from your designer full of brand new fonts and everything else. But now you're stumped as to how to add these custom branded fonts to your Squarespace site. But I've gotcher back with a Squarespace hack for you that will bring those branded fonts to life online!Read More
I've got another little snippet of code for all you Squarespace lovers today! This one is for that boring old "Read More" link that appears on a Summary Block. Especially if you are using Squarespace's Summary Block to showcase your blog posts, the "Read More" link is often a good spot to get your audience to engaged (ie: so that they read more!) with your featured posts. So how do you take it from boring black text to something that matches your brand? I've gotcher back.Read More
So you've been thinking about switching from WordPress to SquareSpace, but aren't sure if it's right for you or your business. So how do you know if you should switch things up or stay put? Here are a few questions to help you decide:
A little design secret is that any good design is probably breaking a rule. Not ALL the rules, because otherwise, things get a little confusing. But breaking a rule here and there allows you to create something that catches your eye. And eye-catching design is noteworthy. And noteworthy sites are remembered. You see where I'm going with this, right??Read More
If you would like to remove the blog date and time from Squarespace, there is an easy bit of CSS code you can use to make it work. The catch is that you have to do a bit of research first. I've listed the steps below, which are super simple, but they work best if you're working within a Chrome browser.Read More