The angels have come down from heaven and finally blessed us with Read Me Pages.
“Read Me Pages?” you ask. “What the heck are you talking about Holly?! Have you gone mad!”
“Nope, I’ve gone happy!” I exclaim.
So that’s the conversation I figure we would have if I was talking with you IRL instead of jovially clicking my
heals fingers along the keyboard.
One of the main reasons I started this website was to have a better way of viewing all the Squarespace themes and templates in one place. My goal was to eventually include other stats that make each version unique along with the strengths and weaknesses of each template depending on the type of website needed. Fortunately, Squarespace is now making that much easier.
I’m not sure if you have noticed yet, but Squarespace has started including read-me pages on some of their v6 demo sites. Hopefully, they will eventually get to all of them, but here are the ones I’ve found so far.
UPDATE 7/26: I’ve now created a Squarespace 6 Template Tool of sorts that makes the selection process a bit easier (I hope!). You can sort by designer, type of template, as well as quick links to all the read-me pages and demo sites. You can find it on the Squarespace 6 Template Directory page. (newly added read-me pages include metro, jensen, and frontrow)
- Jirick – http://jirick-demo.squarespace.com/readme/
- Amelie – http://amelie-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Peak – http://peak-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Minsk – http://minsk-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Wells – http://wells-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Qubert – http://qubert-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Faye- http://faye-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Flatiron – http://flatiron-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Ishimoto- http://ishimoto-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Native – http://native-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/
- Takk – http://takk-demo.squarespace.com/read-me/