It's optional to set the filenames for images and other assets you upload, and I recommend that you get into the practice because there are benefits for SEO and your credibility.
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The first thing to remember is there may be 1,000 ways and places your blog is displayed, but what your blog is in Squarespace is a collection.
To add a new post, you need to get to the collection. There's a dead giveaway to let you know which line in your Pages list is the collection, and not one of the other possible places your blog might be on display.
Whether someone views your website on mobile, tablet or dekstop (or anywhere), Squarespace automatically adjusts how your pages display to make them look best for that environment.
"But doesn't that jack up my images?"
Because what parts of an image get cropped out and which ones show changes by environment.
BUT, some good news: you can use focal points to guide Squarespace in what part of each image to display, AND you can preview the look in mobile/tablet/desktop in your browser! No need to actually pull out all three devices and try separately.
So . . . you have a Squarespace site now.
About time you learn about Indexes and Pages because if you like full-width images, you're gonna need to know this.
Ever have a bunch of visual content to display (and in more than one place or in more than one way) on your website?
Enter Squarespace Galleries.
Learn the basics of what a Squarespace Gallery is and why we use them.
Then walk through adding a new piece of content to a gallery, including thumbnails, linking to underlying assets, titles, descriptions, tags and categories.
You'll probably want to get an email whenever someone fills out a form on your site.
Not all forms, but definitely the forms on your /contact /connect /inquire pages.
Here's how to set it up from both Google Sheets and Squarespace's Forms.