WiseCP allows you to set a number of theme settings related to the appearance of your website. These are explained below.
- Header logo
You can change the logo on the top left side of your site here. If you use full screen as the header type, you must install a transparent logo on the background.
- Footer Logo
You can change the logo found at the bottom of your site here. It is recommended that you install your logo as a transparent background.
You can change the favicon image that appears as a small logo in the tab header of Web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, etc.) here.
- Tema Header Tipi
There are two different header views as standard in the WiseCP. One "Full Screen " is on the slider view. The other is "Full Width " In the slider view. The header placements on these two designs were also made. You can use either of them according to your preference. For sample views, you can visit our demo site via https://WiseCP.io.
- Website Theme Colors
WiseCP allows you to easily change some of the standard colors on the theme via the admin panel. This way you can easily update your website colors to be compatible with your logo without dealing with front-end files.
If you already have a Web site and you are very satisfied, you can use WiseCP as a customer panel only. Thus, you will have a excellent automation system that works in the background of your Web site. When you activate the Onlypanel feature, the Web site home view and other pages are passive, the customer login and registration, are displayed actively, such as creating orders.
- Maintenance Mode
You can activate the maintenance mode if you are making any kind of edits that your visitors can see on your Web site. This will show a message about maintenance mode by closing all areas of your Web site to users. Administrators are beyond this scope and continue to see everything.
- Page Detail Sidebar
You can optionally hide and show the sidebar feature on the left side of your standard page structures.
- News detail Sidebar
You can optionally hide and show the sidebar feature on the left side of your news page builds.
- Article Detail Sidebar
You can optionally hide and show the sidebar feature on the left side of your Blog posts in page builds.
- Knowledge Base Detail Sidebar
You can optionally hide and show the sidebar feature on the left side of the Knowledge base page structures.