So you want to build a webpage. Maybe it’s a blog. Maybe it’s a site for your small business. Maybe it’s a portfolio for your artwork.
In any case, you have options. A lot of them, including WordPress, Movable Type, Tumblr, Virb, Weebly, and a variety of niche sites that cater to specific use-cases and communities.
Today the company is unveiling Squarespace 7 — a totally reworked version of its platform that has big enough ambitions to justify its ample funding. The new version of the service is in a strict friends-and-family private beta for now, but it’s giving users a first glimpse at what they can expect as it opens up more broadly in the weeks ahead.
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Squarespace Use Cases and Deployment ScopeOur company, which is made up of a family of companies, uses Squarespace for our each of main websites. These are the first place anyone would look for information on our products. They contain all our contact information, product and installation information, downloads, images, maps and galleries. It ensures that all possible information on our companies and products is easily accessible and always available, both for our customers and our sales force. We currently have 5 different Squarespace sites, one for each of our companies. They are all linked together in a manager account and are easily edited and updated by the site manager and those who have editing credentials.
Pros : Galleries - These are robust and clean. Able to be edited to suit your needs and configured to show off the high quality images companies produce.Blogs - The blog feature is very developed. We do not utilize it in our companies, since we are less of a social product. But a good blog helps bring a personal feel directly to the consumers.Site development - As a novice html user, I can easily edit and maintain our sites without the need for costly web developers.
Cons : Images - Though the gallery function is robust and able to be customized, I find that when placing images directly on to page layouts, that the software often resizes or moves the image to suit the template. I often wish I could specify the image size directly with pixel dimensions to ensure that it does not move or resize itself, which can cause lower resolution images to look blurry.Sidebars - nearly all of Squarespace's current templates do NOT have the option for a sidebar included. This is
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