Squarespace Code Injection Points
Snippets, Snippets, Everywhere!
Inserting code snippets in Squarespace can be a scary process, but it doesn’t have to be as long as you can find your way back to all the places where you made changes to your website. This was (and still is!) the biggest hurdle for me. Because there is so much flexibility with inserting code snippets, it can take a while to remember where I actually injected the code modifications. Fortunately, there’s several ways to “skin a cat” with Squarespace! This post includes code injection points throughout a squarespace website while logged in via a web browser. (You will need to be connected to the Internet)
- Website Settings > Header and Footer > Website Footer / Licensing Notice
- Website Settings > Code Injection > Code Injection Points (Requires Advanced Plan)
- Website Settings > Advanced > Favicon (Favorites Icon) Display
- Website Settings > Data and Media > File Storage
I’ve touched on a few of the more obvious code injection points for your Squarespace website in this post. I’m sure there are a few locations I have missed, but this should cover the average user’s code snippet insertion needs. In another post, I’ll cover off-site possibilities for editing your pages and journal posts in Squarespace. If I’ve missed something, please feel free to let me know in the comments!