7.1: New Page

7.1: New Page

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Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) Change 7.1

On December 16, 2011, the European Commission published Implementing Rule 1332/2011 mandating the carriage of ACAS II version 7.1 within European Union airspace from December 1, 2015 by all aircraft currently equipped with version 7.0 and from 1 March 2012 by all-new aircraft above 5,700 kg maximum take-off mass or a maximum passenger seating capacity of more than 19.

Version 7.0 Safety Issues

Since its introduction in Europe in 2000, TCAS II version 7.0 has been the subject of monitoring. In the course of analyzing recorded and reported events, many cases were found in which pilots did not respond correctly to the “Adjust vertical speed, adjust” Resolution Advisories (RA) – the vertical rate was increased rather than reduced.

Additionally, there have also been a number of cases in which TCAS II version 7.0 failed to reverse an RA when two converging aircraft remained within 100 feet. This type scenario would occur when one aircraft is not following the RA or is not TCAS II equipped and follows an ATC instruction or performs an avoidance maneuver based on visual acquisition.

Adjust Vertical Speed

“Adjust Vertical Speed, Adjust” (AVSA) RA was determined to be confusing, and there is a history of some pilots not responding as intended. The solution in Change 7.1 is to replace the four AVSA RAs with a single “Level Off, Level Off” RA.

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Juniper is a stunning restaurant template featuring a minimalistic layout.

Highlights include a unique home page divided up into the most convenient info a patron would need food, drinks, location and contact details.

The dedicated menu pages are gorgeous too, featuring a spacious, mobile-friendly design. Coded menu’s always leave a stronger first impression, as you took the time and the visitor doesn’t need to download a bulky PDF.

We're constantly developing new guides and content to support version 7.1 customers on this site. Review the following sections for tips on navigating our Help Center and finding version 7.1 content.

Guides covering both versions

Many parts of the platform are exactly the same in 7.0 and 7.1, such as Analytics, billing, Commerce, domains, Email Campaigns, Google Workspace, and SEO features. For help with these topics, guides apply to both versions.

In guides for features that have minor differences in each platform, you'll find tabs with steps and information for either platform. Click Version 7.1 to see the version 7.1 steps.

This is where you'll find version 7.1 content. Click Version 7.0 for information relevant to version 7.0.

This is where you'll find version 7.0 content. Click Version 7.1 for information relevant to version 7.1.

Guides exclusive to one version

If a feature isn't yet available in version 7.1, or if it's exclusive to version 7.1 and not available in version 7.0, you'll see a note about this at the top of the guide, including alternatives when possible.

How to create anchor links in Squarespace 7.0 Index Pages

There are two different ways we can create anchor-links in Squarespace 7.0, but this first one is for INDEX pages only. If you are using a regular Blank Page, scroll down to the last set of instructions about using basic code.

Index pages are a great place to use anchor links, because they’re usually long scrolling pages broken up into different sections.

Sometime’s these pages can get so long, that adding anchor links to the page is almost necessary. So when you click on one of these links, it will scroll you to a particular section of that page.

With Index page it’s really easy, and you don’t have to add any code.

Let’s get started:

Firstly you will need to find the URL of the particular section you want to the link to land on. To do this, head over to your Pages panel in the sidebar and locate the section you want the link to land on. Let’s say I want my link to land on the Home3 section. Hover over your chosen section and click on the little cog that shows up.

When the page settings dialog pops up, scroll to the bottom and locate your URL SLUG. This will be our link, so go ahead and copy this slug (/home3).

Now head back to your Home page, and we’re going add our anchor link to Home1. (You can add this link anywhere on your page, but for this example, I want a link in Home1 to jump to Home3)

You can either add a button, image, or just a regular text link. Anything you can add a link to, you can add an anchor link to!

Paste in the URL SLUG we copied earlier, but replace the slash symbol (/) with the hash symbol (#) so the final link would be #home3

Select Apply and that’s it! This link will now jump to the Home3 section of your Index page when you click on it.

Note: If the link isn’t working, it might be because you’re in preview mode. Try visiting your live site out of the editor or in incognito browser mode and try it there.

If it’s still not working, it might be because you’re using the Pacific template. If you are, add “-section” to the end of your link, eg #home3-section and test it again.

7.1: New Page

7 One day some Pharisees and teachers of religious law arrived from Jerusalem to see Jesus. 2 They noticed that some of his disciples failed to follow the Jewish ritual of hand washing before eating. 3 (The Jews, especially the Pharisees, do not eat until they have poured water over their cupped hands, [a] as required by their ancient traditions. 4 Similarly, they don’t eat anything from the market until they immerse their hands [b] in water. This is but one of many traditions they have clung to—such as their ceremonial washing of cups, pitchers, and kettles. [c] )

5 So the Pharisees and teachers of religious law asked him, “Why don’t your disciples follow our age-old tradition? They eat without first performing the hand-washing ceremony.”

6 Jesus replied, “You hypocrites! Isaiah was right when he prophesied about you, for he wrote,

‘These people honor me with their lips,
but their hearts are far from me.
7 Their worship is a farce,
for they teach man-made ideas as commands from God.’ [d]

8 For you ignore God’s law and substitute your own tradition.”

9 Then he said, “You skillfully sidestep God’s law in order to hold on to your own tradition. 10 For instance, Moses gave you this law from God: ‘Honor your father and mother,’ [e] and ‘Anyone who speaks disrespectfully of father or mother must be put to death.’ [f] 11 But you say it is all right for people to say to their parents, ‘Sorry, I can’t help you. For I have vowed to give to God what I would have given to you.’ [g] 12 In this way, you let them disregard their needy parents. 13 And so you cancel the word of God in order to hand down your own tradition. And this is only one example among many others.”

14 Then Jesus called to the crowd to come and hear. “All of you listen,” he said, “and try to understand. 15 It’s not what goes into your body that defiles you you are defiled by what comes from your heart. [h] ”

17 Then Jesus went into a house to get away from the crowd, and his disciples asked him what he meant by the parable he had just used. 18 “Don’t you understand either?” he asked. “Can’t you see that the food you put into your body cannot defile you? 19 Food doesn’t go into your heart, but only passes through the stomach and then goes into the sewer.” (By saying this, he declared that every kind of food is acceptable in God’s eyes.)

20 And then he added, “It is what comes from inside that defiles you. 21 For from within, out of a person’s heart, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, 22 adultery, greed, wickedness, deceit, lustful desires, envy, slander, pride, and foolishness. 23 All these vile things come from within they are what defile you.”

Security updates # Security updates

Two security issues affect WordPress versions between 4.7 and 5.7. If you haven’t yet updated to 5.7, all WordPress versions since 4.7 have also been updated to fix the following security issues:

  • thank you SonarSource for reporting an XXE vulnerability within the media library affecting PHP 8
  • thanks Mikael Korpela for reporting a data exposure vulnerability within the latest posts block and REST API

Thank you to all of the reporters for privately disclosing the vulnerabilities. This gave the security team time to fix the vulnerabilities before WordPress sites could be attacked.

Maintenance updates # Maintenance updates

WordPress 5.7.1 also fixes 26 regressions introduced in version 5.7:

Fixed Core tickets from Trac:

  • #52787 – Empty array for non-single post meta breaks post save through REST API
  • #52822 – PHPMailer change in WordPress 5.7 breaks working sites
  • #52670 – Admin pointer arrow border color darker than pointer content
  • #52713 – Reverse logic in wp_robots function and filter
  • #52743 – Hardcoded SVG image URLs on WP 5.7 About screen
  • #52750 – WP 5.7 colors inconsistent in get_option( 'admin_color' ) since color contrast changes
  • #52751 – UI issue on Privacy Policy Guide page
  • #52756 – Duplicate video URLs on WP 5.7 About screen
  • #52758 – 5.7 About Page: Image comparison doesn’t work on first load on some browsers
  • #52760 – Color not accessibility for AA
  • #52764 – Classic editor adding empty tags in some media embed situations
  • #52768 – WordPress post URL oEmbed rendering blocked by iframe lazy-loading
  • #52783 – Health Check mis-reports https functionality in certain situations
  • #52789 – Gallery layout block adds all media items when changing an image
  • #52816 – Post metabox style Twenty Seventeen has a border
  • #52826 – New wp_getimagesize() causing unexpected failures
  • #52834 – Reset password screen: improve buttons layout for better i18n
  • #52891 – Privacy: print screen reader text message
  • #52894 – The wp_sanitize_script_attributes function added in version 5.7 does not escape attributes in some cases
  • #52932 – Rest Api enum validation does not work correctly WordPress 5.7
  • #52961 – Add ‘object-position’ as an allowed CSS attribute
  • #52981 – Twenty Twenty-One: Update IE specific editor stylesheet

Fixed Block editor issues from GitHub:

    – Core Data: Use getAuthors for showCombobox – Editor: Revert (#27717) save editors value on change – Gallery: Set addToGallery prop to false when images don’t have IDs – Revert: Show empty paragraphs on fronted – Try: Fix gallery item clicking – Fix sibling block inserter displaying at end of block list – Block Editor: Ensure that uncategorized block types are properly handled – Add object-position to allowed inline style attributes list

The 5.7.1 release was led by @peterwilsoncc and @audrasjb.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to WordPress 5.7.1:

General overview & things to know

We tested the new version, have created a few designs for 7.1 users and are happy to share our favorite 7.1 features, as well as things we will most miss in it.

Overall, both versions seem pretty similar. Adding and editing pages in version 7.1 should feel familiar to 7.0 users and there are no significant dashboard differences at first glance. However, both Squarespace platforms are very different in terms of functionality.

What’s different

One thing that’s different about the new version is the lack of templates. Basically SS 7.1 on its own works like a “master template” and you have all the options available in one single place. Version 7.1 backend is extremely easy to use, building new pages is almost a piece of cake, and you have more control over page layouts and style settings. We found the design flow to be extremely smooth and intuitive, which makes website building so so fun.

Here is a quick Squarespace 7.1 dashboard overview, before we focus on more details further on.

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Please note: this article is based on the Squarespace 7.0 platform.

The new Squarespace 7.1 platform features an improved user interface, so the screenshots might differ but the majority of the content is still relevant. Squarespace 7.1 offers a much more flexible way to build websites, regardless of which template you start with. Squarespace 7.1 templates also support all features and style options including an unlimited number of page sections.