A favicon is that little symbol you see on your website browser tab, to the left of your site's name. It is very simple to add to your website, yet something many people fail to do.
Adding a favicon to your Squarespace website will show readers you're serious about your website. Your site looks more thought out and less amateurish.
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Now, all that said there are some limitations to Squarespace, and I want you to be aware of them before you create your website. For some people they may be deal breakers – but most likely they won’t be any issue for you. It’s just good to know going in what limitations there are.
So, here are some things to watch out for.
With it's image heavy layouts, it can be tempting to select a template for your Squarespace template based on how it looks. However, there's a better way to figure out which template will be the best fit for your website.
Here are 3 tips for selecting the best template for your Squarespace website.
Before you get started creating your Squarespace website, there are a few things to consider. As much as I love Squarespace, I think it is wise for my clients to know possible limitations of the platform before we invest a lot of time (and money) on creating their website.
Overall, I believe Squarespace is a great selection for solopreneurs or small businesses - but I want you to be prepared when making the decision.
Here are 5 questions to consider before committing to the Squarespace platform.
It's no secret I have a crush on Squarespace. This tool makes creating beautiful, functional websites a straightforward task. The administration panel is intuitive and easy to navigate.
But as with anything new, there's always a bit of a learning curve. The good news is as Squarespace becomes more popular, the number of resources are quickly growing.
Here are some of my favorite Squarespace resources.