How To Videos

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Logging into your site

You can log into Squarespace from Squarespace.com using the email address and password connected to your account. This guide covers how to log in. If you have multiple Squarespace sites, you’ll learn how to log into the correct one.

 

Inviting a Contributor

Every person with a Squarespace account who can log in and edit your site is a contributor. If you're not the only one who manages your site, invite people to contribute and then control what they can see by assigning them permissions.

 

Basic Authors

A basic author is any name that can be attributed as an author for your site's content but doesn't have login credentials.

Unlike contributors, basic authors don't have an account for your site. Basic authors appear in a drop-down menu you can select from when adding or editing content. This makes basic authors a great option if you have guest bloggers or attribute content to a general source like a company name.

 

Basic Authors

A basic author is any name that can be attributed as an author for your site's content but doesn't have login credentials.

Unlike contributors, basic authors don't have an account for your site. Basic authors appear in a drop-down menu you can select from when adding or editing content. This makes basic authors a great option if you have guest bloggers or attribute content to a general source like a company name.