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Pilgrim Bar - Latest website by Twenty07

Pilgrim; there’s always a story. 

Located on Federation Wharf, Pilgrim is an intimate waterfront venue that engages an authentic community through its considered and intuitive approach to salt and fat ‘drinking food’ and concise bar offering. The ultimate place to laze and graze in comfort

How to enter a Code block in Squarespace

Entering a code block in Squarespace is similar to any other Block content.

First enter your admin section and select the page you want to enter the code block onto. Select the black dot (circled in red) that brings up the content block and then scroll down to the Code </> Block and select.

Entering Code Block in Squarespace

The Code box will then appear on your page. Determine whether you are entering HTML or Java and select the relevant one.

Code Block in Squarespace

Copy your code to your clipboard. Then highlight the Hello World section (to overwrite) or you can delete first. You will then need to paste you code in Note: Right click of mouse may not work. You will need to CTRL V (CMD V on MAC) to enter code, then save.

Code block in Sqaurespace

Your code should look something like the below.

To view click on View Page/Blog or visit the relevant page on your website.



Website Health Check

Website Health Check

Your website is one of the most important parts of your business, it should be working for you 24/7. How can you ensure that it is working effectively. Whilst the visual appeal of a website is desirable, without the proper design, structure and content your website may receive little traffic. Reasons for this may differ from the incorrect title structure and url definitions making it hard for Search Engines to read. The content and keywords may not be working effectively to maximise traffic, spelling, social media and linking may not be up to scratch. You may be spending money one one part of your website when investment might be better made elsewhere such as content or structure.

Steps to improve your Home page

Steps to improve your Home page

The home page of your website is most likely the first impression visitors will get of your business. It is important to make it a good first impression, but you also need it to work hard for you. To do this you should include several of the techniques below to help you avoid that dreaded “bounce” rate going up and missed opportunity to convert a visitor into a customer.