The Titles & Content section is a great way to make changes to the layout of your main pages without editing the HTML templates. Functions available to you in the Titles & Content section include:
- Changing page Titles
- Hiding the left and right banner as well as the top menu on specific pages
- Adding Meta Tags to specific pages
- Adding content to the Header and Footer sections of individual pages
(includes WYSIWYG functionality for header/footer)
To access the Titles & Content section, log into your 3dcart Online Store Manager and – using the left hand navigation – go to Content ->Titles & Content. Once there, you will see a list of the major pages used on the site.
To access a page’s individual title and content settings, click on the “Action Wheel” located at the far right and select “edit”
These are the pages you’ll have access to in the Titles & Content section:
- Account Pages
These are pages that will be seen by your customers as they access and edit their indivual customer records on your store.
Pages include the the page that is seen as they login, as they register on your site as well as their previous purchases on your store.
- Affiliate Pages
If using the Affiliate Program, these title pages will come into play for customers when signing up for the affiliate program or reviewing their results.
- Crm Pages
If using the Customer Relations Module (CRM), these store front pages will display for your customers as they enter and edit their CRM tickets
- Gift Registry Pages
If using the Gift Registry feature, these store front pages will display for your customers and visitors as they create, manage and browse the registry
- Main Pages
This section will include titles and content for the main pages of your site including the home page, category pages, product listing pages and checkout pages.
- Reward Pages
If using the Reward Points program, these titles and content pages will appear for your customers as they review and redeem their reward points.
- Rma Pages
If using the store’s Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) functions, these store front pages will appear for customers as they add, edit and review their submitted RMAs
- Wishlist Pages
If using the store’s WishList Feature, these pages will appear for customers as they create, edit and review their wishlists