Overview of Settings > Woo360
The Settings > Woo360 panel has a number of tabs, and we'll go through each one.
Note: As of Version 2.1, Page Builder in the user interface has been relabeled Woo360. The Agency edition of the Woo360 Plugin allows white labeling to display any other name you choose.
Follow the links for more information about when you'd want to use these settings.
- Welcome tab
- License tab
- Modules tab
- Post Types tab
- Templates tab
- User access tab
- Icons tab
- Branding tab (Agency version only)
- Help Button tab (Agency version only)
- Tools tab
The Welcome tab has the following information:
- First steps in using Woo360
- Links to communities and support
- Summary of changes in the last release plus links to the change logs
The License tab is where you enter your premium license key to unlock updates. This tab also lists which products are included in your license.
By default, all of the built-in modules are enabled, but you can disable specific ones. For example, you might want to eliminate modules you know you'll never use. For more information, see the article on disabling modules.
Post Types tab
By default, Woo360 is only enabled for Pages. You can enable it to insert layouts into the content areas of single Posts. If you have WooCommerce plugin installed, you'll see a Products post type, and if you have other custom post types, they'll appear here also.
For more information about working with Woo360 to design Post content areas, see the article about how Woo360 works with blogs and custom post types.
Note: The Woo360 plugin applies to layouts in the content area of your page or post. Standard WordPress headers, footers, and sidebars are controlled by your theme, or by using Woo360 Themer, which lets you apply Woo360 layouts to theme-controlled areas. See the article on what you can do with Woo360 for more information about the content area and Woo360 Themer.
Note: If you have Woo360 Themer installed and create a Singular layout for Posts or Pages, you will not be able to use Woo360 to edit the content area of the page. See the primer on WordPress content and theme areas.
The Templates tab refers to the landing page, content, and custom layout templates that you can add to a page when you're designing your layout in Woo360. See the Related Article below for an overview of layout templates.
These layout templates can be accessed from the Templates tab in the Content panel, or with the keyboard shortcut l (lowercase L).
The Templates tab in Settings > Woo360 lets you choose whether to display or hide the standard layout templates called core templates), your custom layout templates (called user templates), both or neither.
If you have the Agency version, you can replace built-in templates with your own set, making it easier to provide your clients with your own custom solution. See this article about replacing built-in layout templates with your own.
User access tab
You can enable or restrict access to various areas of the Woo360 user interface for each of the four WordPress user roles independently: Administrator, Editor, Author, or Contributor. For more information, see the article on granting user access.
Woo360 comes with the Font Awesome, Foundation, and WordPress Dashicons icon sets. You can also add your own icon sets through this UI, by helping you upload custom sets from Fontello or IcoMoon to your Media Library.
For help and tips creating custom icon sets, see the article about icon sets.
Branding tab (Agency version only)
Agency versions only have a Branding tab, where you can change the name of the Woo360 plugin as it appears in the user interface, as well as the Woo360 theme if you're using it. See the Agencies collection in this knowledge base for other ways to white label your websites.
Help Button tab (Agency version only)
Agency versions only have a Help button tab, where you can customize what your clients see when they click Help. See the article on customizing the Help button.
The Tools tab has a Cache section, a Debug mode section, and an Uninstall section. See the Related Articles below for more information about clearing the cache and Debug Mode, and see this article for information about various ways to uninstall.