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Squarespace 6 For Dummies by Kris Black

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Chapter 13

Navigating with Structure Blocks

In This Chapter

arrow Understanding structure blocks

arrow Helping people search for your content

arrow Showing a summary listing of your latest blog or gallery posts

arrow Publicizing how often you post new content in a month

arrow Displaying an index of your tags and categories

In Chapters 11 and 12, you looked at content blocks, which you use to add text and multimedia-based content to your site. In this chapter, I introduce structure blocks, which you use to pull and display specific information from pages within your site. Ultimately, these blocks will be updated automatically, displaying new content you create on another page.

Using some of these structure blocks, such as the summary block, you can create features on your home page that promote updates on pages deeper in your site. In this way, you help move site visitors throughout your site as well as keep them coming back for more. Remember, though, that you also need to have a plan for updating your content. ...

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