The ‘Settings‘ menu has three different tabs :
- ADVANCED SETTINGS
- WOOCOMMERCE SETTINGS
- CUSTOM CSS
ADVANCED SETTINGS :
Google Fonts: It is for the usage of Google Fonts with this plugin. If you want to use Google Fonts from the TYPOGRAPHY tab, it is to be set ‘ON‘. If you don’t want to use Google Fonts, it is to be set ‘OFF‘ from here.
Remove Data when Uninstall: Generally, if the plugin is deleted from the dashboard, it keeps plugin’s data like accordion configuration, content, etc in the database of the site. So, if you manually update/reinstall the plugin, all the previous data/accordion shortcodes will appear in the ‘All Accordions‘ menu. So, it is unchecked by default. If you tick this checkbox, all the plugin’s data will be deleted when you delete the plugin from the dashboard.
Font Awesome CSS: If it is turned ‘ON‘, the ‘Font-Awesome’ icon will load. If it is turned ‘OFF‘, the ‘Font Awesome’ icon won’t load.
If there is a ‘font-awesome.css‘ file from the theme or other plugins, possibly the same file can be loaded multiple times. In this case, you can turn it ‘OFF‘ from here to reduce multiple loading of the same file. But, the icons will work as usual by loading code from another file.
Animation CSS: If it is turned ‘ON‘, the ‘Accordion Animation‘ feature in the ‘Display Settings‘ tab will work. If it is turned ‘OFF‘, the animation feature won’t work.
If there is an ‘animation.css‘ file from the theme or other plugins, possibly the same file can be loaded multiple times. In this case, you can turn it ‘OFF‘ from here to reduce multiple loading of the same file. But, the animation will work as usual by loading code from other ‘animation.css‘ file.
WOOCOMMERCE SETTINGS :
WooCommerce FAQs Tab: The setting is to show/hide ‘FAQ‘ tab feature for every WooCommerce product. If it is set ‘ON‘, the FAQ tab of a product will be shown in the description section of that product. If it is set ‘OFF‘, the FAQ tab feature won’t be shown on the product description section.
WooCommerce FAQs Tab Label: You can set custom text for the ‘FAQ‘ text in the frontend with this field. Examples: Common Questions, Common Answers, Pre-sale, Pre-sale Questions, etc.
WooCommerce FAQs Tab Priority: If the ‘FAQs‘ tab is wanted to move up or down, it can be done by changing the priority number.
The default Priority numbers :
- Reviews = 5;
- Description = 10;
- Additional Information = 15;
- FAQs = 50;
The lower priority number will move it upper.
Product’s Backend :
CUSTOM CSS :
Custom CSS field: The custom CSS field is a very important field in the plugin. It helps to recover CSS styles or design if there is any CSS overridden issue with the WordPress Theme or other plugins. You can also customize the existing design easily by writing CSS codes here.