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Setup basic settings from the super admin panel

The "Business Color Scheme" feature within the super admin panel allows administrators to define and customize the color palette used throughout the platform, ensuring a consistent and branded visual identity. By navigating to "Settings > Web Settings > Basic Settings," administrators can easily access the configuration options for their business color scheme and few control.

Navigation : Setup my own business color using the super-admin panel with the provided navigation path (Settings > Web Settings > Basic Setting), follow these steps and also you can search the (Basic Setting) from super-admin sidebar search box.

Basic Setting :

  1. Site Base Color:
  2. Use the color picker to set the primary color theme for your website. This color will be reflected in various elements across the platform, providing a cohesive visual identity.

  3. Site Secondary Color:
  4. Utilize the color picker to define a secondary color that complements the base color. This secondary color can be applied to buttons, accents, and other design elements.

  5. Timezone:
  6. Choose your website's timezone from the provided select box. Additionally, use the search functionality to easily find and select a specific timezone that aligns with your business operations.

  7. Site Name:
  8. Update your website's name by entering the new text into the input field. This is the name that will be displayed prominently across the platform.

  9. Site Title:
  10. Customize your website's title by entering the desired text into the input field. The site title is often used in the browser tab and other meta-information.

  11. OTP Expiration:
  12. Set the expiration duration for One-Time Passwords (OTPs) used in processes like forgot password and user registration. Enter the desired expiration time in the provided input field.

  13. Web Version:
  14. Update your website's version by entering the new version number into the input field. This helps in tracking and communicating software updates.

    Note: Click the "Update" button to save and apply the changes made in the Basic Setting section.

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Activation Settings :

  1. User Registration:
  2. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether new users can register on your platform. When deactivated, user registration is disabled.

  3. Secure Password:
  4. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether users can set normal passwords. When deactivated, additional password security measures may be enforced.

  5. Agree Policy:
  6. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether new users must agree to policies during registration. When deactivated, users can register without agreeing to policies.

  7. Force SSL:
  8. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to enforce HTTPS protocol on your website. When activated, your website runs exclusively in HTTPS.

  9. Email Verification:
  10. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to enable or disable email verification for user accounts.

  11. Email Notification:
  12. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether users receive email notifications.

  13. Push Notification:
  14. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether users receive push notifications on their devices.

  15. KYC Verification:
  16. Toggle the switch to either "Activated" or "Deactivated" to control whether new users are required to undergo Know Your Customer (KYC) verification.

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Note Always remember to click the "Update" button to save any changes made in the Basic Settings section.

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