Template Deep Dive | Brine Template
Taking a Dive into the Header, Footer and Index pages of Brine Template in SS
In this mini-course we take a dive into the Brine template in Squarespace. As one of the newer family of templates, it's versatility is incredible. As designers this is paramount in choosing a template for a client, we want to be sure if there needs to be a change in the header or footer requirements that we don't have to redesign, but reformat. The Brine family of templates does just that. We love the way the grid blog layout allows for an intro section and a grid blog layout as well as a few changes in index padding you can have the full width galleries you desire and love from Pacific, but have the option for an index gallery in the stacked format as originally designed in Brine. It has all the things you want all in one if you know how to deep-dive edit.
Join us as we break down the template in three parts Header, Footer and Index content.
**note this mini-course is part of two from one month of the member content in Square Design Guild, and was intended for an intermediate css user, as well as directed towards the SSDG members.
Hi Squarespace lovers, I'm Meg, the crazy creative behind the start of SSDG. What started as a side project and a wish for a place for my own creative self to learn more about how to be the best squarespace designer I could be, spawned this project. I'm a graphic designer with my studio www.megsummerfield.com where I spend most days helping my amazing clients with their branding.
As a foodie and a designer, you would be surprised if I didn't have a food blog ... right? Yeah, well Summerfield Delight is what really spawned my creativity towards squarespace.
I hail from the small state of Rhode Island, where I work in my artist loft in a 'burb of Providence. You will sometimes see my crazy cat Mabel show up in my feed, she's my crazy studio side-kick. Outside of designing, I'm probably testing new Vegetarian restaurants or taking the paddle board out for a spin!