A good number of people have wanted to create their own Squarespace sires but have been reluctant because they are not tech savvy and have no idea about the web design or things like the HTML and the CCS. Here is how you do that. Here are some tip on how you can go about that.
There will be so many of the templates that you will find on the Squarespace and they will all look great at first glance. The first thing will be to find or determine your thing so that you will be able to leave out the ones not to use. While you may want to do a lot of things with the site, there is the main thing however and this is the first things that you will have to determine to narrow the search. Determining what your thing is, because every niche come with their own special esthetics and layout that attract their audience, will be the first thigh here. If for instance you are doing say photography, the best template for you will be the one that mainly focuses on showing off the talent working of your camera and not blogger-organized pages or anything else no matter how cool they look. You will be able to tailor your site appropriately if you know your audience and your thing too.
It is very important that you play around and practice with the various features that every template offers before you can lock them in. The pages will not show up the same on a lot of the templates and that means that the cover page is not how the whole package will look like. You should, therefore, try out the pages and also how the links will show up in the landing page. The blogging page is very important because this is where most of the pages will be shown or rather where you will be redirecting the traffic for some of the templates.
There are templates that allow you to mess around with the fonts, the colors, the layout, and the footers and the widgets, and some don’t and this is the other thing that you should try out. Your service or product should be able to work with what the templates provide if you cannot change them. The sales options should be in some place where it is easily accessible.
You can use the backend that allows you to look at the info and the stats based on the traffic of the site, the analytical dive, to correct anything that is not working. Not all the sites will require the cover page but if yours does then you should make sure that the experience bolsters the site not distract the clients from it. There is last but not least the background image that most templates will allow for, and choosing the right one for your audience is everything.