How to Edit Your Squarespace Website Template – for Beginners

Learn how to edit your Squarespace website template in this quick video tutorial. I discuss choosing a template, changing sections and more. Say goodbye to cookie-cutter templates and hello to a Squarespace website that’s uniquely yours.

In the video, you will learn how to:

  • Edit your Squarespace template to resemble another template
  • Use the Squarespace template library to find a preferred template (Allar) for reference.
  • Access the editing mode and utilizing the highlight feature to identify editable sections.
  • Add and remove sections to match the layout of the desired template.
  • Customize styles, including colors, fonts, and button designs, using the site Styles feature and ensuring mobile compatibility through the mobile view option.

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Benefits of Using Squarespace Templates

Squarespace website templates offer a nice starting point for new and experienced web designers.

Squarespace has customizable templates that can be tailored for portfolio websites, an online store, and/or a personal blog.

The website templates are responsive, meaning the website will look resize depending on screen size of the device it is viewed on (such as a desktop, laptop, tablet and phone).

Website templates are blueprints to building a professional website. However, all templates are not created equal, and not best for all business models. I like to choose a website templated based on who the ideal client is for the business. The template should cater to the person who you are trying to sell to.

Where to find Squarespace website templates?

Squarespace templates can be found on their website at www.squarespace.com/templates. Whether you need a portfolio website, an online store, or a personal blog, you can use Squarespace’s customizable and responsive website templates to get started.

About Squarespace

Squarespace is a complete software suite designed to help new and experience business owners create websites, booking calendars, send invoices and send email campaigns. Users can try the software for free for 14 days, then their plan start at $16 per month (if paid annually). You can see their current pricing on their website here at www.squarespace.com/pricing.

Conclusion

Squarespace is not my preferred website builder when working with clients, but I respect their hustle, and therefore I’m not opposed to working with clients who prefer using it.

In fact, most web designers and developers have their favorite website builders, and will usually stick to one when designing websites for clients.

At the end of the day, choosing a website software is more about who will be building and maintaining the website, does the website software help the business reach their revenue goals, and can the business afford to pay for the software.

If you need help with your Squarespace website, and in need of help, Squarespace has experts listed on their website.

Or if you’ve found yourself here and want to reach out to me for Squarespace help, I’m available, too. Schedule an intro call with me at makemeovereb.com/book.

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