Go to System > Settings > General and use the context switcher to configure the following values for each site:General | Email | Storefront | Analytics Tools
|Web Site Name|
Contains the name of the site you are viewing, which you establish at System> > Structure > Sites.
Your site theme controls whether this value displays on your homepage, your invoices, and your packing slips. You can edit this field freely.Note: Editing the value in this field does not change the site name.
Allows you to override the default subdomain for CDN-hosted content. For example, for SEO reasons you may prefer that the subdomain for your CDN content be cdn.yourSite.com instead of the default subdomain, which might be something like cdn-tp1.Kibo eCommerce.com.Note: By default, this feature is inactive. Contact your Kibo eCommerce representative for information on enabling it.
|Bust CDN Cache|
Updates the URL for CDN content in order to force your storefront to display the latest version of files instead of versions that might be saved in cache.
To enable the functionality of this button, your theme developer must complete the steps outlined in the Bust Cache topic.
|Catalog||Populates automatically based on the selection you make at System> > Structure > Sites. Note: You cannot change this value.|
Ties the site to the appropriate channel you establish on the Channels page.
Refer to Channel Settings for more information about creating channels.
|Time Zone||Controls which time zone Admin uses for events that record or require time-specific data.|
|Time Format||Controls how the Time zone value is expressed.|
|Sender Email||When Kibo eCommerce sends an automatic email, this is the address that appears as the sender.Note: This setting is default for all email templates. To override the setting for a specific email template, edit the setting at the email template level.|
|Sender Email Alias||An alternate name for the sender email. For example, if your sender email is support@yourCompany.com, you might want to use an alias of Customer Support.Note: This setting is default for all email templates. To override the setting for a specific email template, edit the setting at the email template level.|
|Reply-to Email||The email shoppers should use to reply to an automatically-generated email.Note: This setting is default for all email templates. To override the setting for a specific email template, edit the setting at the email template level.|
|Bcc Email||An email to blind carbon copy anytime an automatic email is sent.Note: This setting is default for all email templates. To override the setting for a specific email template, edit the setting at the email template level.|
|Email Template Settings||Use the sliders to turn automatic emails on or off.Tip: Click a template's edit button to override the default email settings for that template.|
|Features||Use the sliders to turn storefront features on or off, such as customer wishlists or address validation during the checkout process.|
|Ship to Multiple Addresses||Enables shipping items in an order to multiple shipping addresses, using different shipping methods. Note: Before enabling this feature, you must make changes to your theme. Refer to the Ship to Multiple Addresses topic for more information.|
|Security: Enforce Sitewide SSL||
This setting enables secure communication across your entire site, using the SSL (Secure Socket Layer) security protocol. Every page on your site will display as an HTTPS page and contain an SSL certificate.Note: Before enabling this feature:|
|Security: Require Login||Use the sliders to control whether visitors must log in before viewing the live or staged versions of the site.|
|SEO||Upload a robots.txt file to control how search engine crawlers access the site.|
|Substitute for Missing Images||Assigns an image to render in place of broken images and unspecified product images. If an image breaks on your site, or if a product does not have an image specified, shoppers see this image instead. Note: This image also displays in place of unspecified category images. However, most themes, including the Kibo eCommerce Core theme, do not display category images by default. Instead themes are typically set up to allow Site Builder users to add images to category pages using widgets. Therefore, this setting has no practical effect on category pages unless your theme developer has enabled category images.|
|Google User Account (UA#)||Your Google user account number.|
|Google Webmaster Tools||To connect to your Google account, you can choose the HTML file upload option and use this setting to upload the file Google provides.|
|Options||Use the sliders to turn Google Analytics features on or off.|