Where to find it
Defines your brand, most notably on search engines (Google, Yahoo!, Bing...).
"Preferences" menu, "Store Contacts" page, then in the "Contact details" section, click the shop name.
Defines your brand , visually and on your invoicesvisually. The default logo says "YourLogoHere" as an incentive to use yours.
"Preferences" menu, "Themes" page, "Appearance" section, then change the various default images to your logo.
Default shop currency
The currency in which you want to set the default price for your products.
"Localization" menu, "Localization" page, "Configuration" section.
Customer service info
A block presenting the phone number for your customer service, and a button to send you an e-mail.
"Block contact" module.
Company info /
A block presenting your contact address, the phone number for your customer service, and a link to send you an e-mail.
"Block contact infos" module.
Image displayed A block presenting an image with a link to another site.
"Block advertising" module.
The slider is usually placed front and center of the homepage, and therefore presents several images, scrolling one after the other. It is a strong visual signature for your shop store and products.
"Image slider for your homepage" module.
The content of static pages, such as "About Us", "Delivery", "Legal Notice", "Terms and Conditions", and "Secure Payment". Some of them have default content, which you should adapt to your business; some others are empty, and you should paste your own text.
"Preferences" menu, "CMS" page, then edit each page at will.
A block presenting three links: your company's Facebook page, your company's Twitter account, and the RSS feed for your company's blog (or "current events" site).
|"Social networking block" module.|
These are the most visible default settings on your front-end – at least with the default theme.
The "Where to find it" column enables you to see where you can find the interface to change these aspects of your store. This user guide will provide you with more details for each interface.e interface.
PrestaShop is able to work with many languages, both on the front-office and the back-office. Each back-office text-field is accompanied with a flag icon, which indicates the current language, and which you can click in order to choose another language in which to write that field's content.