Layout

The Layout tab includes website settings for:

  • The basic page layout
  • Logo and icons
  • Header & navigation and footer
  • Emails
  • Mobile layout navigation 

With the Page layout settings (Figure 2.1), you can control things like width and background color for the website. It is also in this section, you can configure up to five brand colors.

Figure 2.1 Overview of the Page layout settings

For the navigation and footer, the width setting can be set to either centered or full.

Centered looks like Figure 3.1.

Figure 3.1 Centered

Full looks like Figure 3.2.

Figure 3.2 Full width

The center width setting lets you set the center width of the content to either 1000px or 1280px.

A center width of 1000px looks like Figure 4.1.

Figure 4.1 A center width of 1000px

A center width of 1280px looks like Figure 4.2.

Figure 4.2 A center width of 1280px

The background color setting affects the background for the website (Figure 5.1):

Figure 5.1 Bakground color

The background image setting sets an image as the background (Figure 5.2):

Figure 5.2 Background image

The brand color settings (Figure 5.3) let you select up to five colors, which can then be reused when creating paragraph content. The colors can be used by paragraphs with the simple paragraph, overlay, and paragraph container item type to easily select e.g. the background / font color or for image filters.

Figure 5.3 Brand colors

You can define a seperate background color for a page. This overrides the website settings for background color and background image settings.

Go to the Content area and open your page. Click Properties in the ribbon bar (Figure 6.1).

Figure 6.1 Enter the Properties for your page

Stay under the Menu item tab and scroll down to the bottom. In the General section (Figure 6.2), you can:

  • Enable the left menu (menu tree of the subpages or product groups)
  • Show breadcrumb
  • Change background color for the product catalog
Figure 6.2 The General section

The settings above will produce the following layout for the page (Figure 6.3) - in this case for the product catalog page.

You have the breadcrumb (1) at the top, the left menu tree to the left of the products (2), and the background color is the preset brand color four.

Figure 6.3 Product catalog with the layout settings

The logo settings (Figure 7.1) let you customize the logos used in the seven top layouts which will be covered in the Header section.

Figure 7.1 Logo settings
  • Image is the logo
  • Logo height is the height of the logo in the navigation bar
  • Background color is the color used behind the logo

The Favicon is used in the browser tab.

The Header section includes quite a lot of subsections of website settings. In the menu to the right, you can get an overview of the different sections inside Header (the names are the same as in the website settings).

With the settings in the Header section, you can configure things like:

  • The top layout (and the Extra top area for selected top layouts)
  • Tools menu
  • Navigation type (dropdown / megamenu) & layout
  • Sign in dropdown

The top layout in Rapido has seven configuration options; normal, condensed, minimal, splitted, minimal right, two lines & two lines centered.

The normal top layout (Figure 9.1) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company Logo, search field, and icons - this is an extra top area which has separate color options
  • Bar 2: The navigation menu
Figure 9.1 Normal top layout

The condensed top layout (Figure 9.2) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company Logo, the navigation menu, and icons
  • Bar 2: Search field
Figure 9.2 Condensed top layout

The splitted top layout (Figure 9.3) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company logo and search field - this is an extra top area which has separate color options
  • Bar 2: The navigation menu, language, Sign in/Favorite, and mini cart
Figure 9.3 Splitted top layout

The minimal top layout (Figure 10.1) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company Logo, the navigation menu (left aligned), and icons incl. hidden search
Figure 10.1 Minimal top layout

The minimal right top layout (Figure 10.2) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company logo, the navigation menu (right aligned), and icons incl. hidden search
Figure 10.2 Minimal right top layout

The two lines top layout (Figure 10.3) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company logo (centered)
  • Bar 2: The navigation menu (left aligned) & icons incl. hidden search (right aligned)
Figure 10.3 Two lines top layout

The two lines centered top layout (Figure 11.1) consists of:

  • Bar 1: Company logo (centered)
  • Bar 2: The navigation menu & icons incl. hidden search (centered)
Figure 11.1 Two lines centered top layout

The sticky top checkbox (Figure 12.1) is used to control whether or not the top layout is sticky.

Figure 12.1 Sticky top setting

When Sticky top is disabled, the top (including the mini cart) will remain at the top of the page and disappear when scrolling down.

When scrolling down the product list, a new mini cart will therefore appear at the side on big devices (Figure 12.2).

Figure 12.2 A mini cart at the side of the product list on big devices

The Tools menu website settings enables you to render the website's pages in a bar at the top. The contents from the previous Product section then fills out the navigation bar (Figure 13.1). You can also add some toolbar text, which will appear to the left in the tools menu.

Figure 13.1 Tools menu example

To enable the tools menu, you must check the Render pages in tool bar checkbox (Figure 13.2). You can then use the settings below.

Figure 13.2 Tools menu settings

You can set the:

  • Background color for the toolbar
  • Font family, weight (the dropdown), color, size, line height, and casing
  • Additional toolbar text

For two of the top layouts - the normal and the splitted top layouts - you will get an extra area at the top where you can have separate background and icon colors (Figure 14.1).

Figure 14.1 For some top layouts, you get another extra area at the top

Using the Extra top area settings, you can customize the colors of this top bar (Figure 14.2). You can change the color of the:

  • Background of the extra top area
  • Icons and their active color
Figure 14.2 Color settings for the extra top area

To change the rest of the colors in the top layout (including the navigation menu itself), you must use the Navigation website settings.

The Navigation website settings allow you to configure the style and behavior of the navigation bar.

The first of the basic Navigation settings are shown in Figure 15.1.

Figure 15.1 The first Navigation settings

You can define the:

  • Height (px) of the navigation bar
  • Space between (px) the navigation items (pages and icons in the navigation bar)
  • Font family, weight (the dropdown), color, size, line height, and casing

In the next settings, you can customize the colors and active behaviour of the navigation menu. Figure 15.2 shows one possible configuration of these settings and what the navigation menu would look like in frontend.

Figure 15.2 Configuration of the active design of the navigation menu

You can define the:

  • Active font color
  • Background color of the entire navigation bar
  • Active background color (only visible with the second design option - Figure 15.3)
  • Design for the active navigation item
Figure 15.3 Using the active background color setting

With the Shadow setting (Figure 16.1), you can add a shadow to the entire navigation bar.

Figure 16.1 The Shadow setting

The Navigation items settings control the layout regarding icons and buttons in the navigation bar (Figure 17.1). You can hide the icons for:

  • Search
  • Sign in
  • Favorites
  • Cart
Figure 17.1 Navigation items

You can choose how to display different languages in the language selector on your website (Figure 17.2). You can view langauges with:

  • Flag and language name
  • Flag only
  • Language name only
  • Flag and culture
  • Culture only 

You can make a custom header button shown in the right side of the navigation bar (Figure 17.3). This button can be costumized to highlight a page or paragraph of your choice. You can:

  • Write a button text
  • Select a button link
  • Choose the button type (primary, secondary, tertiary, or link - set up in the Content layout settings)
Figure 17.3 Header button

With the Sign in dropdown settings (Figure 18.1), you can choose to hide different options in the sign in dropdown. 

Figure 18.1 Sign in dropdown settings

The Megamenu / Dropdown settings control whether a dropdown or a megamenu should be used – and how it should be styled.

The dropdown menu type looks like Figure 19.1.

Figure 19.1 Dropdown

The megamenu menu type looks like Figure 19.2.

Figure 19.2 Megamenu

Using the style settings (Figure 19.3), you can customize the appearance of the dropdown / megamenu.

Figure 19.3 Styling settings for the dropdown / megamenu

You can:

  • Set the background color (active/passive) and font color (active/passive)
  • Change the heading color & size (only accounts for the megamenu)
  • Define the content alignment
  • Add separation lines between the main pages (as shown above)

You can also choose to only show headers - only accounts for the megamenu (Figure 20.1).

Figure 20.1 Only show headers in the megamenu

You can also set a promotion image & promotion link for the megamenu (Figure 21.1).

Figure 21.1 Promotion Image & Link

You can read more about images in the megamenu in this article.

With the Search settings, you can customize the search result page.

You can choose to either search in products, content, or both in a combined option (products and content are still separate) (Figure 22.1).

Figure 22.1 Combined search

You can also change the placement of facets - this only applies for content search. In Figure 22.2, the vertical option has been selected.

Figure 22.2 Vertical placement of facets

In Figure 22.3, the horizontal option has been selected.

Figure 22.3 Horizontal placement of facets

Check the Show groups selector checkbox to show the category filter dropdown for Product and Combined searches (Figure 23.1). The search result will only contain products from the selected product group's query.

Figure 23.1 Groups selector

The groups selector is only visible with a full search bar and therefore only for the normal, splitted, and condensed top layout (Figure 23.2).

Figure 23.2 Select the normal, splitted, or condensed top layout to enable the groups selector

The Icons website settings (Figure 24.1) let you change the icons in the navigation menu. Some icons require that you have a Font Awesome Pro license. Use the checkbox at the top to (de)activate Font Awesome Pro.

Figure 24.1 Icons

You can change the icons for:

  • Sign in / profile
  • Favorite
  • Cart
  • Language
  • Search

For H1, H2, H3 & body text content, you can configure the font family, weight (the dropdown), color, size, line height, and casing (Figure 25.1).

Figure 25.1 Headline & Body text style settings

Using the primary button, secondary button, and tertiary button settings (Figure 26.1), you can configure the:

  • Background color
  • Font color, size & weight
  • Line height
  • Button design
Figure 26.1 Button settings

The configuration above results in a button design as in Figure 26.2.

Figure 26.2 Button style in frontend

The link color and active link color settings (Figure 27.1) are used to set the color of links in content texts.

You can also change the background color of the active page in the pagination.

Figure 27.1 Link colors and pagination active color

The above settings produce the following layout for the pagination (Figure 27.2).

Figure 27.2 Pagination active color example

The Footer website settings let you configure the footer layout and behavior.

You can define the background color and font color (Figure 28.1).

Figure 28.1 Footer style settings

The above settings produce a black footer with white text (Figure 28.2).

Figure 28.2 Black footer w/ white text and two columns

You can enable Newsletter signup and use the social links section to add social media icons (Figure 28.3).

Figure 28.3 Configuring newsletter sign up & social links

You can also display your site's supported card types and verified payments in the footer. Click Add card type and verified payment to add one card type/verified payment at a time.

Figure 29.1 Supported card types and verified payments settings

Select your card type/verified payment and click Save and close.

Figure 29.2 Select the card type/verified payment

You can configure up to three custom columns in the footer. Each column has a header and content/text.

You can also add copyright text (Figure 29.3) which is shown below the rest of the footer content.

Figure 29.3 Add custom columns and copyright text to your footer

The Email website settings (Figure 30.1) control the layout of emails and newsletters.

Figure 30.1 Email settings

You can:

  • Upload an email logo image
  • Set the alignment for the logo and footer separately
  • Costumize the background and font color for the header & footer 

The email and phone number rendered in the email footer originate from the Business settings.

With the Mobile top settings (Figure 31.1), you can customize the top layout for mobile devices.

You can:

  • Customize the mobile logo
  • Choose the background and font color
Figure 31.1 Mobile top settings

You can also customize the placement for the navigation menu and search (Figure 31.2).

  • The first option (Nav left) places the navigation to the left
  • The second option (Nav right) places the navigation to the right
  • The third option (Nav+cart left) places the navigation and cart to the left
  • The fourth option (Search left) places the search to the left and navigation to the right
Figure 31.2 Top layouts for mobile devices

In Rapido, the mobile navigation is separate from the regular navigation – and does not use the same configuration settings.

Instead, you use the mobile navigation settings (Figure 32.1) to control the styling and behavior.

Figure 32.1 Mobile navigation

You can specify the:

  • Font family, weight (the dropdown), color, size, line height, and casing
  • Menu colors
    • ​Background and bottom border color for passive pages
    • Background, font and bottom border color for active pages
  • Text alignment (left, center, right)
  • Levels rendered (1-3)

You can also select the mobile navigation design. The expandable option will produce a menu as in Figure 32.2.

Figure 32.2 Expandable design

The slides option will produce a menu as in Figure 32.3.

On mobile devices, the customer center and language selector is accessed at the bottom of the navigation for both of the navigation designs.

Figure 32.3 Slides design