The web settings page is home to your configurable settings for your website. You can find this page by navigating to Website > Web Settings.
Your web settings area includes the below page:
The purpose of the branding page is to enable users to have control over the design and style of their website.
Template & Blended Sites
If you are using one of our dynamic template sites, you will have full access to control the configurable settings for your website on this page.
Template users can control the branding of the headers throughout the site by updating the below configurable settings.
Menu & Secondary Menu Branding
Template users can control the branding of the menu within the site by updating the below configurable settings.
Body & Secondary Body Branding
Template users can control the branding of the body and secondary body within the site by updating the below configurable settings.
Template users can control the branding of the footer within the site by updating the below configurable settings.
Configurable Contact Details
Template users can control the contact details that appear on the site from the bottom of the branding page.
If you are NOT using one of our dynamic template sites, you will not have access to control the configurable settings for your website on this page.
The fonts page will allow you to manage the font settings for the front end of your website.
The font management page is available for superusers and marketing users only. To navigate to this page, go to website > web settings > font.
Basic / Advanced
You have the option to access a simplified version of this page by selecting the basic toggle. Alternatively, you can select the advanced toggle to apply more specific settings and values to your font and styling.
You can find more information on this by clicking here.
Giving search engines the ability to find your website is always a good start!
Make sure your website isn't hiding by checking the box to Allow search engines to see my website.
Firefish also provides a Sitemap so that search engines can find their way around all of your web pages. It includes extra information like when pages were last updated, how often the site changes, and which pages are more important than others. This is all done for you automatically, and you can view an XML summary of this by clicking on the link to View your website Sitemap.
Additional 3rd Party Tracker
If you're using another analytics package to track your website, then you'll need to ask your provider where the tracking script should go. If the tracking script needs to go in the tags of your website, enter your script in the box for Additional Analytics Tracker (in the Head).
If it needs to go in the tags, enter it in the box for Additional Analytics Tracker (in the Body). It's really important that tracking scripts go in the right place, or they could break your website! Only your analytics provider can tell you the correct place to enter your script.
Apply Success Page Tracker
If you're looking for analytics specifically on your applications, you can get a tracking script to use on your apply success pages. This is called event page tracking, which is the "safest" way to track your applications, without compromising the workflow.
Apply Form Button Tracker
Another way to track applications is to use a tracking script on the apply form buttons. Your provider might refer to this method of event tracking as an "on click event on a button". This method is riskier than tracking by success page, so please ensure that any script entered here is valid. Incorrect or invalid entries may prevent candidates from being able to complete the application process. In the image below, you'll see examples of HTML characters that are not accepted in this field.
There are info point icons next to each of these fields to remind you what they're for and provide additional information. Remember to Save any changes by clicking on the button at the bottom-right of the page.
You can also make your website visitors aware of your Web Privacy & Cookies Policy with a cookie panel that will appear at the top of the page.
The colours are automatically styled to match your website and we’ve entered some default text for you too.
To switch on your cookie panel, make sure the Enabled slider is switched to on and click Save.
You can view your main web page to see what the cookie panel looks like with the changes you’ve made. If you’ve already accepted cookies on the site and the panel no longer shows, try clearing your cookies or using a different browser.
Your cookie panel gives vistors to your website 2 options:
Accept Essential Only - This means that only cookies required to allow the system to run correctly will be registered.
Visitors must accept one of the options to be able to access your site.
Whenever you make additions or changes to your Tracking Codes or Google Analytics Tracking Script, visitors will again be presented with the cookie panel to ensure that they can consent to these changes.
Disabling the Cookie Panel
We recommend that you do not disable the Cookie Panel. If you choose to do so we will display the following message and ask you to confirm:
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