You can add up to 1000 pages on any of our current Squarespace plans. Some page types have their own content limits. For example, we limit the number of products you can add to a Products Page. These guidelines keep your site usable and fast.
This guide explains the specific page and content limits in Squarespace.
If your site is on our legacy Personal plan, it has a 20-page limit. Learn more below.
These pages have limits for the amount of content you can add to them.
Album Pages have a 60 track limit.
There's no limit for the number of blog posts you can add to a Blog Page.
There isn't a set limit, but too much content will affect page load times.
Events Pages support up to 350 events per month.
Folders don't have official page limits, but we recommend a maximum of 10 pages to keep drop-down menus manageable.
Gallery Pages and Project Pages can display up to 250 images or videos.
Index Pages have a 100 page limit. The Index Page and its sub-pages count toward the overall page limit.
We recommend adding no more than 60 blocks to a page. Pages with too many blocks may load and save slowly. There are no block limits by billing plan.
Portfolio Pages can hold up to 40 sub-pages.
Products Pages can hold up to 200 products.
Legacy Personal plan limits
If your site is on our older, legacy Personal plan, it has a 20-page limit. To learn more about legacy plans, visit Legacy billing plans.
This section explains the pages that count or don't count towards that limit.
Pages that count toward the limit
The pages that count towards the page limit are:
- Layout Pages
- Product Pages
- Cover Pages
- Album Pages
- Blog Pages (not individual blog posts)
- Gallery Pages
- Project Pages
- Event Pages
- Index Pages and sub-pages
- Pages in the Not Linked section of your navigation
- Template Demo Pages
Content that doesn't count toward the limit
This content doesn't count toward the page limit:
- Navigation links
- The default 404 error page
- Individual blog posts
- Individual product items
- Individual events
- Shopping cart
- Checkout page
Note: Disabled pages count toward the general 1000-page limit, but not towards the legacy Personal plan's 20-page limit.
Suggested maximum is 400 pages
While a site can have up to 1000 pages, we don't recommend adding more than 400. Sites with this much content may load slowly, especially on mobile devices. For larger sites, it's a good idea to regularly review and delete unused content.