Posts tagged template
What is the best Squarespace template? Brine. Here's why.

Back in the day 'which Squarespace template was best' was really based on what your site was for, and what functionality you wanted in your site.

Today however, within the Squarespace website designer community there's a pretty solid consensus on the best Squarespace template.

What changed? This new template came out fitted with almost every single feature you could ever want, and it's the most flexible of them all too, earning it the title of the best Squarespace template out there.

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Squarespace template comparison chart (updated for 2019)

When choosing a Squarespace template, it's massively handy to see all of their abilities side by side.

In an effort to help you pick the right Squarespace template for your project, my goal is to keep this Squarespace comparison chart the most up to date on the internet.

This table will always be updated within 7 days when new templates are released.

Pssst - below the table you'll find some of the best (free) resources on the web to help you get creating your Squarespace website!

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The Best & Worst Squarespace Templates

When people ask 'what is the best Squarespace template,' there really is no one, overarching correct answer. There are however answers for 'this template would be best for this type of site.'

Each template is designed with a specific type of website in mind (eg. blogger, photographer, business, e-commerce, etc), so there are some templates that lend themselves better than others to the type of website you're creating.

After using a great number of the templates between my own sites and sites made for clients, I now have a set of favourites which I'll share with you. I also have some worst/definitely don't use this template if you're looking for X, tips too.

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Understanding Squarespace Templates & Choosing Your Perfect Fit

Picking a template is the first order of business when creating your new Squarespace website. When you register for a Squarespace account and choose either the free trial period or purchase a plan, the next thing you’ll be prompted to do is to pick a template. 

While changing to a new template in the future is possible, know that picking a new template is basically the equivalent to re-creating your website. This means that changing once you’ve had your site up for a while is a time investment, as changing requires you to redesign and reset your style options. This is why it’s important to choose a template from the get-go that you will be satisfied with and will be able to grow with over time.

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