Sitebuilder+ website settings include managing your site’s name, favicon, and cookies, as well as languages, backups, redirects, and more. In this tutorial, you will learn how to manage basic website settings and where to find more in-depth information.
To open Website settings in Sitebuilder+, follow these steps:
- Click the Menu button (three horizontal lines) at the top-left corner of the Sitebuilder to access the Sidebar.
- Choose Settings from the menu. You will be taken to the Website Settings window with the following tabs:
- Custom code
In the General tab, you can manage the following settings:
- Your site name
- Your website favicon
- Enable cookie consent banner
- Switch template
- Reset site
- Site export
In this tab, you can add new languages to your site. Learn more about the various multilingual functions of your website in the Multi-language sites section.
This tab provides you with the most popular Help Center articles about domain management and a shortcut button to the dedicated Your domains section in the My Yola dashboard.
Here you can add the Google site verification code, Google Analytics tracking ID, and set up a Cookiebot integration. Read more on how to do it in the following articles:
- Google site verification steps
- Using Google Search Console
- Adding Google Analytics to your site
- Cookiebot integration
Custom code tab
This tab contains fields for inserting custom code (Inside <head> tag, after <body> tag, before </body> tag). You may need to upgrade your pricing plan to use this feature.
In this tab, you can route incoming traffic permanently from one page to another with the help of 301 redirects. Learn more about this feature in our dedicated tutorial.
In this area, you can create a new site backup, view a list of backups, and restore the previous backed-up version of your site. Once you are done modifying settings, click Submit to apply changes.
We hope this guide has helped you. If you’ve any questions left, please contact our Support Team.
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