Defining initial App Settings

Modified: December 11, 2013 at 8:40 pm EST

App Settings offers quick configuration of your app’s functionality such as setting mailing address, navigation menu customization, setting app theme etc.

Settings page helps you define initial look and feel of your app as well as overall website system settings.
  • App Info: Create generic information about your app here.
  • Navigation: Enable or disable some navigation menus of WordPress.
  • Dashboards: Enable or disable some dashboard widgets of WordPress.
  • Toolbar: Enable or disable some navigation menus on WordPress toolbar.
  • Login Screen: Customize login screen with your own logo.
  • Display Options: Set frontend and backend jQuery UI theme here. You can also remove operations screen, filters and columns block.
  • Footer: Set backend footer sections; left and right.
  • Mail: Set system mail address and other related configuration

Below are the advanced configuration options provided in each tab. Click on the info icon for the field help.

Domain Name
Enter your domain name.
Blog title
Enter your blog’s title.
Application Desc
Enter a brief description of the application
Application Version
Enter the app’s version number.
Author
Name Of The Plugin Author
Author Site Url
URI of the application author.
License Text
information about licensing for the app.
Remove Filters and Columns for pages and posts
This option removes filters and columns bar on the post and page list screen. Unless you have a replationship, custom attributes,custom taxonomies or shortcodes attached to post or page.
Customize Navigation menus
Allows to display or remove menus.
Display Dashboard menu
Allows to display or remove the dashboard menu.
Display Posts menu
Allows to display or remove the posts menu.
Display Media menu
Allows to display or remove the media menu.
Display Links menu
Allows to display or remove the links menu.
Display Pages menu
Allows to display or remove the pages menu.
Display Appearance menu
Allows to display or remove the appearance menu.
Display Tools menu
Allows to display or remove the tools menu.
Display Users menu
Allows to display or remove the users menu.
Display Comments menu
Allows to display or remove the comments menu.
Remove all default dashboard widgets
Allows to remove all the standard dashboard widgets.
Force the Number of Columns in Dashboard
Forces the number of columns in the admin dashboard widgets
Remove admin toolbar
Allows to remove admin toolbar
Remove all standard admin toolbar menus
Allows to remove all default admin toolbar menus.
Display backend only toolbar
Allows to display admin toolbar only in the backend.
Display toolbar for site visitors
Allows to display admin toolbar in the frontend.
Login logo image url
Enter login logo image url for the application. It is displayed above the login box. For best results, use an image that is less than 326 pixels wide.
Toolbar image url
Enter toolbar image url for the application. It is displayed in the admin toolbar. For best results, use an image that is 20×20 pixels.
Theme Type
Whether this entity is intended to be used publicly either via the admin interface or by front-end users. -false- Entity is not intended to be used publicly and should generally be unavailable in the admin interface and on the front end unless explicitly planned for elsewhere. -true – Entity is intended for public use. This includes on the front end and in the admin interface. Options are Smoothness, UI lightness, UI darkness, Start, Redmond, Sunny, Overcast, Le Frog, Flick, Pepper Grinder, Eggplant, Dark Hive, Cupertino, South Street, Blitzer, Humanity, Hot Sneaks, Excite Bike, Vader, Dot Luv, Choc, Black Tie, Trontastic, Swanky Purse
Left footer
Displays a message in the left hand side of the backend footer.
Right footer
Displays a short message such as application version number in the right hand side of the backend footer.
Mail FROM email address
Sets the FROM email address for the application wide emails
Mail FROM name
Sets the name of the sender for the application wide emails.
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