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Squarespace 6 For Dummies by Kris Black

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Chapter 7

Customizing with Style Editor

In This Chapter

arrow Finding Style Editor

arrow Adding color to your site

arrow Using images in your design

arrow Changing your site’s fonts

arrow Adding custom CSS code

arrow Testing your design on multiple devices

One of the biggest advantages of using Squarespace to build your site is Style Editor. As mentioned in Chapter 1, other methods of designing websites require you to write your styling code and then refresh your web page to see how it affects your design and content. Style Editor, however, enables you to customize your site’s design by adjusting simple settings while seeing how those changes affect your site in real time. Even if you write custom styling code in the CSS window, the changes are instantly reflected in your site without refreshing the page.

As you know by now, each Squarespace template is unique, but they all share certain common elements and features. ...

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