Once you’ve decided to use Squarespace, it is tempting to dive right in. If you are new to Squarespace it can take a little practice to get the hang of it. One of my favorite things about Squarespace is that you can create beautiful, functional layouts with a little creativity and technique. Avoid common mistakes when you are new to Squarespace and improve your user’s experience using these 10 quick tips.
Check image size recommendations to avoid grainy pixelated images (see best practices).
Use high-resolution images and be sure to optimize them for better performance.
Adding white space between your elements will provide a better user experience.
Be creative and consistent with your brand design (Design >> Colors).
You can use lines or spacer blocks to help you get things lined up just the way you want.
NOT LINKED pages do not show up in your navigation but can still be accessed. Use a password or disable any pages you do not want people to access.
Organize your content in a way that is easy to understand.
Remember to add your SEO tile and description (Marketing >> SEO).
Do not forget about your favicon to help people recognize your site tab easily in the browser (Design >> Browser Icon).