How do I Edit my Squarespace websiteWhat do I do to edit my Squarespace website?
You will always see your built-in domainname in the addressbar of your web browsers when you are signed in, even if you have a user-defined one. By registering, transferring, or connecting a user-defined Domain to your Web site, users will see that user-defined Domains in their browser's address trees instead of your built-in Domains.
But even after you add a user-defined domainname, users acquainted with how Squarespace works can still see your built-in domainname on the logon page of your website or in the sources. Their inserted Domain is the clear url, which we allocate to you automaticaly. Your user-defined domains are addresses you select for your website, such as yourdomain.com.
When you use a user-defined property, it is displayed to your guests instead of the built-in property. In case you do not have a user-defined domainname yet, you can use Squarespace to do this. Please note: Your built-in domains will not be redirected to your user-defined domains. When you have a user-defined domain, but a user is accessing your Web site from the built-in domains, the built-in domains appear in the browse pane.
An embedded domain can be between 3 and 30 chars long. Note that short domainnames are easy to memorize. An embedded domain can only contain alphanumeric character, numbers, and dashes, but it cannot end with a dash. Every built-in Domain must begin with a character. How to edit your location ID and the built-in domain:
Click the name of the build in name. Doing this will be the first part of your built-in domains before the .squarespace.com. Changing your built-in domains. We will send you an e-mail with the reference "Your Updated Squarespace URL" for your data sets. How to edit your built-in domain: Touch the name of the desired domainname under Built-In Domainn. Doing this will be the first part of your built-in domains before the .squarespace.com.
Changing your built-in domains. We will send you an e-mail with the reference "Your Updated Squarespace URL" for your data sets.