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Create a Multi Row Header in Squarespace

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Multi Row Header in Squarespace – In this tutorial I show you how to create a two-row header in Squarespace. With this method, you can place social media icons and contact info with icons in the top bar of the header and the logo and navigation in the bottom bar.

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  1. Thanks for this! Do you know if there's an easy way to make a custom secondary navigation that's specific to each page. For example a product page that has a unique nav with a purchase button and product info etc. kind of like the apple site. If so any idea how to do this and make it sticky?

  2. Thanks for another great tutorial. May I ask is it possible to add a "sliding/carousel text" in the secondary nav? (like a slide-in testimonials) I'm having a hard time to find the solution. Thank you very much!

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