View Product Page

General settings

In Settings > General, you can find configure the plugin general options.

General options
  • Enable AJAX navigation: enable this option to use Ajax when navigating between endpoints;
  • Default endpoint: select the endpoint you want to set as the default one.

User avatar

Through these options, you can manage the settings for the user’s avatar used on their My Account page.

User avatar
  • Default user avatar: choose whether to use the default avatar or a custom avatar for your users. By selecting Upload a custom user avatar, you can upload it through the dedicated option Upload default avatar;
  • Avatar size: set the avatar size in px (by default, 120 px);
  • Avatar border radius: set the border radius for the avatar: 0 for square, 10 for circle;
  • Allow users to upload avatar: enable this option to let users upload their own image to replace the default avatar.
Upload avatar

Style options

From YITH > Customize My Account Page > Settings > Style options, you will be able to choose from different menu, logout and Ajax loader options.

Menu options

Menu options

  • Menu position: choose the position of the menu from:
    • Vertical left

Menu position - Vertical left

      • Vertical right

Menu position - Vertical right

      • Horizontal

Menu position - Horizontal

  • Menu layout:
    • No borders

Menu layout - No border

    • Modern banners

Menu layout - Modern banners

    • Simple tabs

Menu layout - Simple tabs

You can also set the colors, the text size and the padding of menu items through the available options.

Menu options

Logout options

Logout options

In this section, you can set the logout button colors for the text and background.

Ajax loader

Ajax loader

Finally, in the Ajax loader section, you can choose whether to use the default or a custom Ajax loader.

Security options

You can set up security checks to let your customers create an account in Settings > Security.

Security options
  • Show reCaptcha in registration form: by enabling the reCaptcha on registration, the customers have to prove they are not a robot before creating an account;
    • reCaptcha public key: enter your public key. Scroll the page to learn how to get the reCaptcha public key;
    • reCaptcha private key: enter your private key. Scroll the page to learn how to get the reCaptcha public key;
  • Send a verification email new users: enable this option if you want your users to receive an email with a verification link when they register an account. To complete the account, they will have to verify their email address;
  • Without a verified account:  choose the action to execute if a user doesn’t verify the account:
    • The user can’t log in to the site
    • The user can log in but not purchase
  • Block email domains: if you want to prevent certain email domains from being used to register an account, add them to this option, comma separated. For example, if you want to block all emails from domain, you must enter

How to get the reCaptcha Keys

reCaptcha system refers to Google “No CAPTCHA reCAPTCHA”. In order to work correctly, it requires two pieces of data: reCaptcha public key and reCaptcha private key. Follow these instructions to configure the reCaptcha correctly.

First register an account on Google, in case you did not have one yet, go to the Google reCaptcha page and click on the button Get started with Enterprise.

Register reCaptcha account

Once logged into your Google account, register a new site for the application and add the required data.

reCaptcha options
  • Display name: enter the name to identify the key;
  • Choose platform type: select Website;
  • Domains: add all the domains where the Google reCaptcha system will be activated.

Now click on Create key.

Create reCaptcha key

After creating the project, go to V3 admin console and recover the keys to be copied and pasted in the plugin settings.

Site and secret keys