This topic helps you manage look-and-feel of your store site. The Web-site setting allows you to specify the styles and colors of the site’s upper panel, the button colors, etc. You can also specify the JScript codes you need for SEO.

Open the Web Site Tabbed Page

To open the Web Site setting page

  • In the left pane of Back Office Management console, expand the Settings node, and then click Web Site.

The Web Site tabbed page includes the General Settings, and Additional Settings tabs described later in this topic. 

NOTE: To save changes you have made on the Web Site page, click Update.

The General Settings Tab

The General Settings tab is similar to the following screen:

The General Settings tab defines the following elements:

  • Android App Link: use this link to download YumaPOS Mobile App for Android platform.
  • iOS App Link: use this link to download YumaPOS Mobile App for iOS platform.
  • Domain Name: URL of your company site.
  • Keywords: keywords for SEO.
  • Description: an optional description of your company.
  • Google Code: a JScript code snippet used for analyzing your site’s traffic (for details, see  Google Analytics).
  • Yandex Code: a JScript code snippet used for analyzing your site’s traffic (for details, see Yandex Metrica).
  • Website Logo: click to upload your site’s logo.
  • Website Font: lets you select a font used in your site.
  • The color settings: these settings let you specify colors for labels, button titles, etc.

The Additional Settings Tab

On this tab, you can define an additional menu item (on the site’s upper menu bar). Clicking that menu item opens a custom page you can configure on this tab.

The Additional Settings tab is similar to the following screen:

The Additional settings tab defines the following elements:

  • Enable to publish: turn on to publish new menu item.
  • Name of the page: defines a title of new custom page.
  • Menu paragraph name: defines a new menu item name.
  • Reference: defines a URL of new custom page.
    To clarify the use of this setting, imagine that your site URL is http://myshop.com. If you set this element to new_item, the URL of new custom page is http://myshop.com/new_item.
  • Image for page: click to upload a logo for your new custom page.
  • Text of the page: an online editor that lets you compose and format your new custom page.

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