Your Squarespace Account - Currently you are on the Business Plan, which gets you access too important features like unlimited pages and authors; pop-ups and custom code, but if you ever decide to start accepting donations through the site you should consider upgrading to the Commerce Basic plan so that Squarespace does not take a cut of the transactions. Here are the instructions for how to change your billing plan.
Your Domain Name - Your domain name — fossilfreecopera.org — is now registered and managed through Squarespace, enabling you to control your renewals and registration fees through the same admin panel as your site. Here is a helpful overview of terminology and actions you might need to take regarding your domain. Unless you want to change contact information or add email addresses (such as firstname.lastname@example.org) your domain is set to auto-renew and should not require any attention from you.
*If you want to add email please let me know so that I can set up G Suite-powered email for you properly (it’s best not to link your billing through Squarespace).
Authorized Users - Authorized users currently includes Deb McNamara & Emily KenCairn. You are allowed unlimited contributor logins, as well as additional admin-level users. Here are some instructions for understanding different types of permissions, inviting a new contributor, or removing a contributor from your site.
I have downloaded images of your site’s design at the time our project was completed, in case you ever make changes and want to see how it was laid out originally. In addition, I have backed up all of your logo and image files on our shared folder on my Google Drive, which you have permission to copy, download and save on your own drive as well. Here is a link to our shared project folder on my Google Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qT1SvSFNYAnTV-I0Ia1tM98zztZoYOoi.
It is your responsibility to copy and save the written content on your site as you make changes to it over time. The copies that I have of the text that we worked on together are likely already outdated. To understand how Squarespace backs up and keeps redundant copies of your site so that it never goes “down,” you can read their article on backups.
For General Troubleshooting/Technical Issues + Support from Squarespace, start here with this help article.
Squarespace also offers helpful video and written tutorials, as well as 24/7 email support, and M-F Live Chat. Here are some helpful links from Squarespace on editing the site:
Understanding the Pages Panel (aka the menu list of all your pages)
Enabling/Disabling & Editing the Announcement Bar (at the top of your site)