Posts tagged squarespace help
How To Create A Password Page In Squarespace

While you’re building a new page on your Squarespace website, you might want to set a password for it before adding any new content. This will tell search engines not to index the page. Pages that are password-protected can be used for a number of reasons, such as:

  1. A client portal (so that your clients can access images, files, walk-through tutorials, and any other resources needed for their project)

  2. A resource library for site visitors (freebies for readers, etc.)

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Google Analytics On Squarespace (A How-To Guide)

Google Analytics enables you to set and track goals for your blog by gathering data about which sites your traffic is coming from, how long visitors are remaining on your site, and which of your posts receives the highest amount of engagement.

While Squarespace provides a solid overview of site statistics, Google Analytics provides a much more in depth perspective. Luckily, Squarespace syncs up easily with Google Analytics, and I'm going to walk you through the process of setting it all up.

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Create a Testimonial Block Slider in Squarespace

There are a number of ways you can showcase a client testimonial within your Squarespace site. In this quick little tutorial, I'll be showing you how to create a Testimonial Slider within your Squarespace website with no custom CSS involved. #squarespace #testimonialblock

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Customize Your 404 Error Page for Squarespace

Customizing your 404 error page can give your readers the chance to find the information they were looking for through FAQ sections and customized forms. In addition, you can potentially reduce your bounce rate, make your site and business appear more professional and it can give you the chance to grow your email list. Here are my tips to customizing your 404 page in Squarespace.

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