Managing Your Squarespace Website
One of the great things about Squarespace is that you’ll be able to manage and maintain your website on your own. To get you started, we are providing a selection of key knowledge base articles to reference as you get more familiar with your website. If you need support or help, the Squarespace Customer Care team is at the ready 24/7. You can contact them at anytime here.
Specific to Your Site
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Custom CSS controls the specialized styles designed into your site. It is found near the bottom of DESIGN in your Squarespace backend navigation. Do not change this code in any way, it is essential to your site maintaining it’s current appearance.
Banner Image Size
Banner images cropped to 1500 x 800
Menu banner images cropped to 1500 x 400.
Making New Pages
Create a new page in Not Linked pages to develop it free from the public eye. Pages that are not visible in your main navigation are found in the Not Linked section of Pages.
Accessing and Managing Your Account
Accessing your site
Account and billing
If at any time you want to update your address, change your credit card information, or switch your billing plan, go here.
Adding a contributor
Squarespace supports multiple contributors and multiple levels of permissions. If you want to give someone access to your website,
If at any time your website performance seems slow or off and you want to read up on troubleshooting advice, go here.
Content and Social Media
Adding a page
Whether you want to add a page to call out a new service, or you want to add a page to highlight holiday hours, adding pages is a simple process. When you’re ready to read up on the detailed instructions, go here.
Images and videos
Having compelling images and videos is a great way to engage visitors to your website. Squarespace makes it easy to add and format a variety of media and file types. For guidance on adding and updating images and video, go here.
Making changes to your menu
Your menu was created using a Menu Block. Look here for further instructions, Step 4 explains adding menu items. When you make changes, we recommend replacing the existing items one-by-one with your own menu items to help preserve formatting.
Blogging is a popular way to generate interest and engagement with a website. To learn more about the ins and outs of adding posts, RSS feeds, comments, and blog excerpts, go here.
Having a strong social media presence is a great way to bring traffic to your website. To learn about adding new social media accounts or about pushing more content to your existing social media accounts, go here.
SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION AND METRICS
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
SEO refers to steps you can take to make sure your website shows up in search results for relevant keywords and your Squarespace website has many SEO elements baked right in. To learn how to make the most of them, go here.
Squarespace makes it easy to keep track of your website’s performance through its Metrics tools. You can monitor website traffic, track popular content, and find out what percentage of visitors are browsing from their phones. To learn more about how to use Metrics tools, go here.