Configuration

Rapido is built to be configurable to the extreme and ships with a set of website settings arranged into six tabs which allow you to switch between layout options with only a few clicks.

Check out the wesbite- and content configurations below!

The website settings are divided into the following tabs: Layout, Product list, Product page, Ecommerce, Settings, and Custom. You can find an overview of the settings under each tab below.

  • Page layout (website / content width, brand colors, and image settings)
  • Logo
  • Header (top layout, tools menu, navigation – layout, type & items – and sign in dropdown)
  • Search (search in & search facets)
  • Icons (sign in / profile, favorite, cart, language, search)
  • Fonts (headlines & text)
  • Buttons (layout and links style)
  • Footer (content columns, newsletter sign-up, social links, verified card types, colors)
  • Emails (logo, layout & style)
  • Mobile top (top layout for mobile devices, logo, and colors)
  • Mobile navigation (navigation design and style)

  • Top section (layout, positions & alignment, hide / show different information)
  • Details (layout for the different detail sections, detail / category / downloads view)
  • Variants as product list (add variants as product list, include variant groups, and select columns)
  • Price design

  • Business (address, name, e-mail, number, photo, logo, opening hours & addresses list view)
  • Other (wireframe mode, Google Maps API key, GoogleTagManagerID, and FacebookPixelID)

  • Rapido Item Types - an overview of the item types e.g. website settings, page settings, paragraph, and paragraph container
  • Product Catalog setup - set up product index, product query, the Product Catalogue app, and facets
  • Megamenu images - add product images or product group promotion images to the megamenu
  • Checkout configuration - set up one-step-checkout or multi-step-checkout
  • Related products - how to create a new relation group and add it to the index and query
  • Content search - implement content repository, content search feed (JSON), and a search results page