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Adding videos to your Squarespace website

Hello and happy Thursday! Affectionately known as Jr Friday around here, we’re having lots of fun as we round up another gorgeous summer week.

WELCOME BACK to Day 9 of the Live Video Training Extravaganza, we’re at it again with another week of free live video trainings and I am so excited to continue sharing this content with you!

Quick summary: every day last week, I hosted a free live video training over on my Youtube channel and shared those replays here on the blog. And honestly, it’s been so much fun that I wasn’t ready to stop quite yet… so I decided to continue these live video trainings into this week too! LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!

So we’re back for more and you can watch even more of these daily lessons as I keep creating content for you!

Today’s video was super fun, packed full of value and suggestions for you to incorporate into your own website. I Ioved sharing all these different video tips with you - I’m giving your real life examples of how you can try out different design options on your site, best practices, and even dropping knowledge bombs about video view counts and sneaky little factors. I can’t wait for you to watch the replay!

In this video training, I talked about adding videos to your Squarespace website.

From site-wide background videos to banner/header videos to regular ol’ videos on a web page or blog post, we cover it all!

This video training carries on from yesterday’s topic which was all about where to find photos and images to use on your website so if you haven’t already, be sure to check that one out too. No matter what type of visual content you’re after, I’ve got you covered!

Alright, that’s enough intro for one video… let’s get to the goods.

Click the live video training replay below to watch now!

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How to add and style buttons on a Squarespace banner image - video tutorial

Isn’t it funny how something so small can pack a big punch? One little tweak and all of a sudden WHAM, you’ve got a totally different result.

I’ve noticed that small yet intentional elements can heighten design in a major way, and this is particularly true when you look at header images.

Many modern websites are styled with a large, full-width banner image that greets you when you first land on a page. There’s often a background image with text overlay on top. 

But if you want to take your design a step further and incorporate a really effective call to action? That’s where the beloved button comes in.

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