Squarespace 6 For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 7, 2013 - Computers - 368 pages
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Build your own blog, website, or portfolio withSquarespace

Squarespace lets you create visually rich web pages with anyconfiguration of text, images, or blocks you wish, just by draggingand dropping. Even if you've been using earlier versions ofSquarespace, the features in version 6 will amaze you - and bringyou straight to this must-have guide for practical information! Ifyou're a do-it-yourself website builder, get up to speed fast onall the next-generation Squarespace tools, including cool newfeatures for mobile sites, SEO, social networks, and more.

  • Brings you up to speed on Squarespace 6 and its revolutionaryLayoutEngine tool for building visually-rich web pages
  • Deciphers the very latest features for page-building in today'smarkets, including mobile, social media, and using SEO
  • Delves into using auto-publish for social networks, usingbuilt-in mobile websites, syncing with social networks, gatheringreal-time statistics, managing your site from your smartphone ormobile device, and much more
  • Covers the essentials, such as using templates, drag-and-dropimage uploads, image-editing with Aviary, and using Page Builder tocreate, share, and reblog content

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Getting Started with Sguarespace 6
Getting Ready to Build Your Website
Finding Your Way around Squarespace
Designing Your Website
Web Design 101
Customizing with Style Editor
Creating Pages in Your Site
Building Your Pages with Items and Blocks
Personalizing Your Website
Adding Multimedia with Content Blocks
Navigating with Structure Blocks
Automating Updates with Social Blocks
Extending Your Website

Building Your Website

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About the author (2013)

Kris Black is a self-taught web professional who began building websites in 1998 and has been using Squarespace since 2004. He was also a customer support team member for Squarespace, Inc. When he's not writing books about Squarespace, Kris is using it to design websites.

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