Store settings

If you are using Sitefinity CMS with multiple sites, you can configure the Store settings in the following way:

  1. Configure the General global settings
  2. If needed, configure the Advanced global settings
  3. If needed, modify the general setting of each individual site

If you are not using multisite, for the Ecommerce module, you must configure the General settings and, if needed, the Advanced settings.

General global ecommerce settings

These are the Ecommerce settings that apply to all of your sites that use the Ecommerce module. You first set the global settings and then, if required, you can modify them per site.
To configure the global settings, navigate to Ecommerce » Store settings and in the left pane, click Global settings.

For more information, see Administration: General ecommerce settings.

Advanced global ecommerce settings

The global advanced settings include the general settings and also some specific and more advanced settings that ally to all of your ecommerce site from the multisite Sitefinity CMS instance.

To configure the advanced settings, navigate to Administration » Settings » Advanced » Ecommerce.

For more information, see Administration: Advanced global ecommerce settings.

General ecommerce settings per site

You can modify the global ecommerce settings for each individual site.
To modify the individual site settings, perform the following:

  1. In Sitefinity CMS backend, use the site selector in the upper-left corner to select the site whose setting you want to modify.
  2. Click Ecommerce » Store settings.
  3. For each section that you want to modify, click Break inheritance.
    This way the individual store setting can differ from the global store settings.

For more information, see Administration: General ecommerce settings.

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