Why would I use a template?
Building websites from scratch is time-consuming and frequently limited by your individual design expertise. With templates, you may customize a website without spending thousands of dollars and save at least 10 to 20 hours of effort.
Do I need to be a web designer?
No, all of our templates make use of the straightforward drag-and-drop features that made Squarespace famous, making them incredibly simple to use. One warning, though: You might feel overwhelmed if you need major alterations involving custom code, plugins, or other third-party code injections. In that case, it might be advisable to hire a Squarespace specialist to assist with your project.
What version are templates built on?
All Templato templates are built exclusively for Squarespace 7.1 and cannot be modified to work with Squarespace 7.0. Note that Classic Editor and Fluid Engine (What I use) are both considered version 7.1.
How customizable are templates?
You can modify everything like in all Squarespace websites! Fonts, colors, layouts, blocks, pages, etc. will function just as you’d expect.
Can I add more pages later?
Yes! Every template you can see is just the start — you’re free to duplicate, reuse, and customize them as much as you’d like while still having the flexibility to add more pages later.
What is an Unlimited License?
Every template purchase includes an unlimited license, allowing for limitless usage of the purchased template. I'd advise making a backup copy of your purchase before utilizing it for a project so that it will still be available if you need to refer to the original.
Do you offer refunds?
The purchase of templates cannot be returned or exchanged for any reason due to their digital nature. Refund requests cannot be justified by failure to read a template's description in its entirety, failure to heed installation cautions, or the presence of conflicting code. If you need help feel free to text me
What’s included in Email Support?
You can always reach out to us via email for the assistance you require. The most frequent applications for this benefit are when there are problems with the template, when something needs to be customized and is custom-coded in CSS, or when you are unable to figure out how to make something work for your project.