Look at what you have on the restaurant website so far. What else is missing? Think strategically about this, and in this challenge video use some of the provided resources to see if you can finish the site.
(upbeat music) … - [Instructor] All right. … So we have a one-page website right now. … We have our site identity. … We have some great pictures of the food. … We have a fantastically interactive menu. … What else are we missing? … That is your task in this upcoming challenge. … And I've given you a pile of stuff … and it's up to you to decide whether you should put in … all of it or some of it, or potentially even none of it. … What else does this website need … in order to give you the information that you would need … in order to decide if you would like to eat there or not? … So in your exercise files folder, … I've given you a text file that has a ton of stuff. … Here's some about us information. … Here's some information about reservations, business hours, … contact information, a whole bunch of testimonials, … and you can make the decision. … What do you think is important to add to this website? … And then in a very free form sort of way, … go on ahead and add it. … Add sections, add blocks, change the colors, …
Skill Level Intermediate
Squarespace Essential Training: Ecommercewith Jen Kramer2h 28m Intermediate
Careers in Web Design and Developmentwith Jen Kramer27m 55s Intermediate
1. Blogging with Squarespace
2. Events and Newsletters in Squarespace
3. Creating a Restaurant Website with Menu and Image Gallery
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