Site options - Editarea Online help
Site options
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You can access the site options panel from the administration.
Title
Title

Site title

The site title can be set to Visible in header/Not visible in header, it will be shown in the upper left of your site.

 

Pay Off (brief activity description)

In this field you can enter a short description of your activities, or a short ad. It will be shown under the site title in the header.

You can choose to set it to Visible in header/Not visible in header too.

Language
Language
You may set a language for:
  • all of the editing system
    (help, administration, option panels, etc...)
  • e-commerce interface
    (cart, purchasing process, orders, etc...)
Status
Status
Restricted site
You can enter the message shown to the user when the site is restricted.
For example:    Site restricted to registered users.

Site under rework
You can enter the message shown to the user when the site is under rework.
For example:    Site under rework, please check back later.
E-mail notifications
E-mail notifications
In this section you can select the recipient for the communications coming from your website.

Site administrator's address
Shows the site administrator's email address (if you're the administrator, you can change it from the "User data" section)

Address to which contact forms will be delivered
Allows you to customise the recipient for all the contact forms of your site

Address to which e-commerce messages will be delivered
Allows you to customise the recipient for all the messages regarding the orders made on your site (e-commerce sites only).
Site addresses
Site addresses
In this section you can select the Internet addresses you want your site to be accessed from by the users.

If you want to use a main domain name youll find more information on the Domain page of this help.
Search engines
Search engines
Keywords
Keywords are used by search engines to retrieve information on the contents of a page. These words will be inserted in the html code and will not be visible to the viewers of the site.

Description
Same for keywords, a field used by search engines, inserted in the html code and not visible to the viewers of the site.

Engines text
The content of this field willbe only shown to users that haven't got Flash installed and that can't execute javascript code. The user of the site will not see it but it will be shown to the search engines spiders that don't use flash and don't execute javascript code.











 
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