Squarespace is undoubtedly one of the most popular platforms to build a modern, beautiful and powerful website. They offer very good-looking themes and everything works great out of the box.

If you have are a business (or you're working for your client) and you have a Squarespace website, chances are that you would like to show your retailers or branches to your customers, in a nice and easy Where to Buy or Find Stores page.

A Where to Buy page is heavily recommended (if not mandatory!) for every business that sells physical (and non-physical) products.

An essential element of a Where to Buy page is a store locator.

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Today we will see how we can add a customizable and beautifully designed store locator to your Squarespace site with the help of StoreRocket store locator, which requires zero coding skills needed!

Create a StoreRocket account

The first step is to create a StoreRocket account (it's free and you'll get a free trial to test all the features, with no credit card and commitment).

Head over to the Get Started page, enter your details and proceed with the signup.

Add the store locator widget to your Squarespace site

It's already time to add the store locator widget to your Squarespace site, and guess what? It's very easy and it takes just 2 minutes.

In the Home Menu, click Pages.

Click on Pages from the Home Menu

Create a new page or choose an existing page from the list.

Create a new page or select an existing one

In the page content, add a new Code content block.

Add a new Code block where you want the store locator to appear

In the Code content block, add your widget installation embed code.

Copy paste the embed widget code, apply and save the changes

Save the changes on the page and you're done.

Add your locations to the store locator

Now that the store locator is successfully installed on your Squarespace site, you need to add your locations to it.

StoreRocket gives you two ways to do so:

  1. Adding locations manually (one by one) — Great if you have few locations.
  2. Import locations from a spreadsheet/CSV file — Great if you have many locations.

Choose your preferred way and, once you're done, your store locator will be automatically show your newly added locations.

Your store locator is now live

At this point, you should be able to see a working store locator on your Squarespace site and interact with it.

Help! The store locator sometimes doesn't load!

Don't worry, we know what's going on. Some modern Squarespace themes use a feature called Ajax-loading and that's the reason why the store locator widget is working sometimes, but not all the times.

If you are encountering this issue, we have an easy fix for that! Click on the link below and follow the detailed guide we wrote and everything should be working properly.

Install StoreRocket store locator on an Ajax-loading enabled Squarespace website

Conclusion

We hope this guide helped you in adding a store locator to your Squarespace website!

If you need help, don't hesitate to get in touch with us and we'll be happy to assist you. 😊