The Settings menu link in the Control Panel offers a variety of options for configuring your site apps, including Global Settings options:
Track your site's traffic with Google Analytics by entering your Google Analytics account ID. The analytics data is automatically transferred to Google Analytics for all content pages on your site. *You must have Google Analytics account. If you do not have a Google Analytics account, learn how to create one.
You can opt to have lengthy content continue to load content ("Infinite scrolling") or opt to have your site visitor page through the content ("Pagination").
The Mailing List Widget provides a newsletter sign-up form on your website.
By making your site private you can prevent anonymous viewers who don't have an OpenScholar account from seeing your content. Additionally you can control whether your posts will be shown in other user's news feeds.
Along with your Site title, adding a meta description will help search engines index your site. Additionally, here you can upload a favicon and publication related urls.
You can also add meta descriptions for individual pages.
Choose the site access and visibility level. The options are:
Public on the web - Anyone on the Internet can find and access the site. No sign-in is required to view the site content. (although files can be PIN protected). Search engines, such as Google, will index the site and search engine optimization (SEO) will be enabled.
Site members only - This setting can be useful during site creation. Your site will not be indexed by search engines.
Anyone with the link - Anyone with the link can access the site. No sign-in is required to view the site content. However the search engines, such as Google, Bing, etc. will not index the site pages. If you plan to use a custom domain for your site, it is important to prevent search engines from indexing the site's default OpenScholar URLs.
NOTE: You can change your Site Visibility at any time
You can opt to display the term that the post is tagged with under the content on the page.
You can set up redirects for individual URLs on your site. Click on the "+Add new redirect" link to create a redirect.
Here is an example redirect:
NOTE: If you are setting a redirect of a page url from your site to an external page (a page NOT on your site), this page has to be deleted from the site for the redirect to work.
You can set any subsites you create to inherit the same theme that the parent site has.