Site name: e.g. Open Food Network MyCountry
Default SEO Title: we don't use until now...
Default meta keywords: e.g. OFN open food
Default meta description: e.g. OFN Australia
Site URL: e.g. openfoodnetwork.org.au
Then scroll down to see further settings. Emulate tick boxes as in image below or vary if obvious for your instance e.g. currency.
Copy the settings pictured below
Display currency: Select if you want for example 'AUD' (Australian Dollars) to show in the shop. Deselect if you just want $ to show in the shop.
Hide cents: Select if you want to hide the cents component in shops
Choose currency: Select the currency of your instance
Put currency symbol before or after dollar amount: Select whether you want $5 or 5$
Each country has its own convention on how numbers are displayed and use various separators for thousands and decimals.
To make it easier we have implemented the following internationalization logic:
Whatever the way the number is filled in, it is interpreted, translated and displayed in the default Spree format which is "No thousands separator + a dot (.) for decimal separators."
So that means that if you enter "3,50" as a price that will be translated and displayed "3.50", "3" will become "3.00", "3.500" will become "3500.00" and "3,500" will become "3500.00" (we consider that a price can't have 3 decimals and interpret that as , or . being the thousands separator).
So this logic is supposed to cover any case of numbers format internationally. If you think your case doesn't fit in while testing please reach out.
The Terms of Service link can be set here for the instance. See discussion and templates here.
The next setting allows an instance to require all new users signing up via the /register wizard to ‘accept terms and conditions’ before they can create a profile. The screenshot below shows what new users will see if this setting is activated. If activated the user won’t be able to proceed without selecting the “I agree” tickbox. If this setting is not activated all users will be able to create a profile without any mention of Terms of Service. Note regardless of if this setting is on or off, the Terms of Service link is always included in the footer of each instance’s homepage, and in the footer of Welcome to OFN emails sent to new enterprises.
Depending of the location of your instance, the GDPR might require from you that you request a consent from visitors before deposing cookies on their computer. We use the very minimum cookies we really need to make the platform work, so we have collectively written a cookies policy that explains all that, and you can choose to display the cookie consent banner to request consent from your visitors. The cookies policy is accessible from the footer at any time.
The only cookie that is not compulsory for the site to work is the navigation tracking cookie that we use analytics, it gives us data to understand how the visitors use the platform, so that we can improve their experience.
Currently there are two analytics tool you can use:
Google Analytics. This tool is much less data friendly, we discourage you to use it, but it's available within the Spree original software we have built on, so you can still use it. In that case, select the corresponding checkbox to display in the cookies policy the section regarding the cookies used by Google Analytics. If you make that choice, your users won't be able to disable these cookies.
Each instance has the choice of enabling or disabling embedded shopfronts (enable users to embed their shopfront in an external website, like a wordpress for instance). You can turn the feature on and off.
If your instance is enabling embedded shopfronts, you’ll need to give each user who wants to embed their shop permission to embed it in their external website. To do this you need to enter their external website URL in the ‘external domain whitelist’. Write the URL without www. or http, as shown below. Separate each by a space. Only once the external URL is on this list will the user be able to embed their shop on that website.