Website related settings like landing page and website wide theme can be configured here.
To access Website Settings, go to:
Home > Website > Setup > Website Settings
1. Landing Page
Configure the default landing page of your website by setting the Home Page field to the route of that page. You can put any route here including standard routes like home, about, contact, login, all-products, and blog.
You can also set a Web Page as the landing page.
If you want to use the OneHash Homepage, you must set it as home.
You can also set the Title Prefix here. It will be appended to the browser title on every page. You can put your company name here.
2. Website Theme
Create a personalized theme for your Website and set it here. Learn more about configuring Website Theme here.
3.1 Brand Logo
You can set the brand logo for your website in this section. Upload the Brand Image first and then click on "Set Banner from Image" button. It will generate a Banner HTML with your uploaded logo.
You can also set the favicon of your website in this section. It appears on the left side of the browser tab.
View your website by clicking on View Website in the action bar on top right.
4. Top Bar
You can customize the menu items in the navbar of your website from the Top Bar section.
You can add a persistent banner to your website which will be shown above the navbar on all web pages. You can write any valid Bootstrap 4 markup here.
You can add address information and categorized links to your footer in the Footer section.
7. Google Integrations
7.1 Google Indexing
How to set up automated Google Indexing
In order to allow OneHash to request Google crawlers to index a web page, you need to authorize OneHash to send a request whenever the user requests the data. Google Drive Integration is set up with the following steps:
Create OAuth 2.0 Credentials via [Google Settings]9https://help.onehash.ai/en/article/google-settings-1n2yqiy/).
Enable indexing in the Website Settings
Now click on Authorize API Indexing Access to authorize OneHash to send a publish request.
Once Authorized, an indexing request is automatically sent on creation/update/trash of any new blog post or web pages created via the user.
7.2 Google Analytics
You can enable Google Analytics on your website. Just get your Google AnalyticsID from your Google Console and set it here.
By default, Google Analytics will collect the full IP address of your website visitors. By checking "Google Analytics Anonymize IP", OneHash will instruct Google Analytics to anonymize the IP address before it is sent to Google servers. You can find out more about the effect of this setting in Google's documentation.
8. HTML Header
You can use this section to set meta tags across all of your web pages. A common use case is to add Google site verification tags.
You can define robots.txt rules in this section. This information is used by web crawlers to decide which pages to index and which to skip.
Learn more about robots.txt at Moz - Robots.txt
You can define a mapping of route redirects here. The mappings in the following screenshot makes sure that if a user visits https://apple.erpnext.com/iphone, he will be redirected to https://apple.OneHash.com/products/iphone.
OneHash will raise a 301 Permanent Redirect response for these routes.
If you are migrating your existing website to OneHash based website, you can map your old routes to new ones here and these redirects will be picked up by Google and will help you maintain your SEO rankings.
You can enable website visitor chat on your website in the Chat section. The chat widget will be shown between From time and To time. You can also set Chat Operators (Users) who will get notified when a visitor sends a message.
Chat is an experimental feature.
Updated on: 22/03/2023