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Squarespace Reveals Customizable Lock Screens

...in the Squarespace Style Editor. Users can also upload their own images for their lock screens, with Squarespace recommending a minimum image width of 1500px. To find out more about Squarespace's new lock screens, check out their official blog announcement. Otherwise, be sure to explore more of Squarespace via our CMS Directory. Otherwise, you can start your Squarespace website today.... Read More →

SquareSpace shows off sneak peak at upcoming version and accepts beta test signups

SquareSpace has announced that they are going to be accepting applicants for beta testing of the new, upcoming version of SquareSpace CMS. According to the blog post: Squarespace V6 is a reinvention of many core Squarespace concepts that will become the foundation for our company over the years to come. It allows the extremely talented folks who work on Squarespace... Read More →

Squarespace 7 Review

The recently announced Squarespace 7 beta is still being rolled out, but I've managed to put together an up-to-date Squarespace 7 review to give you a peek at what it's like. More than anything else, Squarespace 7 is mainly an upgrade for your eyes to enjoy. A revamped admin interface that looks more professional is accompanied by 15 brand new... Read More →

Introducing Squarespace Logo

...When you’re ready to download your logo, the tool provides you with white on black, black on white, and full color images in a variety of formats. Squarespace Logo is free for anyone to use for non-commercial purposes. Hi-res logos for commercial use are free for Squarespace customers and just $10 each for everyone else. Check out Squarespace Logo today.... Read More →

Squarespace vs WordPress

For those of you who have always wondered what the difference was between Squarespace and WordPress and how they compare, check out our latest article on Website Builders Critic entitled “Squarespace vs WordPress“. The question of Squarespace vs WordPress isn't a straightforward one. WordPress isn't a website builder in the same way that Squarespace is. At the same time, Squarespace... Read More →

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