Control how elements of your website will display.
- Change the radio button to determine whether or not the default header will display.
- The information displayed in the Header can be changed, updated and edited in Store Information.
- Your footer displays on all pages of the website and is a way to add links and further customize your site.
- A specific footer can be selected to display on an individual page by editing Advanced Settings for that page.
Default Page Navigator
- The Navigator contains a list of page links to help customers navigate the site. Learn more about setting up navigation menus in Navigator Builder.
- SEO Tip: Clean / logical page navigation makes it easy for customers to browse the site. Search engines place higher value on websites that are easy to navigate.
- Google recommends 4-6 links.
- The Navigator is used to build the "Site Map" which is one of the first things that search engines look for when crawling a website.
- Learn more about Site Maps.
- The Bicycling Catalog is the appropriate default catalog in most cases.
- Creating additional catalogs can be helpful, as keeping like products in one catalog helps visitors find products more easily.
- Snow sports or used items would be a good reason to have a second catalog.
- Create additional catalogs in Catalog Structure.
Catalog Homepage Feature Items
- Change the number of how many featured items are being displayed on your homepage
- This section is only relevant to non-responsive home pages, which we do not allow any more.
Favorites IconA Favorites Icon, also known as a favicon, is associated with the website and is displayed in a browser's tab, aid in branding.
- Click the edit icon to bring up the favorites icon admin page and upload your logo.
- If you need help creating a Favicon, read more about adding a favicon to your site.
- Edit your current Template Theme by clicking the green pencil, or the name of the theme.
Achieve a different look for a page or group of pages on your website by setting up a specific banner, footer, navigator or upload page-specific CSS.
- At the bottom of the site settings screen, look for the green +. Select it to access the Alternate Page Settings.
- Select Add New Page Setting to select the particular page elements.
- Name your setting something that will make sense based on the pages it refers to. "Bike Club" for example for pages you've created for your club pages.
- You can create multiple Alternate Page Settings. Once you've created an Alternate Page Setting you can select it in any responsive page under Page Settings.