List of Topics

  1. prerequisites
  2. introduction
  3. name, logo and colours
  4. home page
  5. social interaction
  6. shopping
  7. bookings
  8. available info in the user profile


1. Prerequisites

In order to fully understand this manual, an in-depth knowledge of SPORTRICK is required. It is highly recommended to read each chapter of the manual.

2. Introduction

Through the VAR portal the following aspects can be configured: 

  • E-Commerce layout and graphics; 
  • name;
  • logo;
  • features available to clients

To get credentials for the VAR portal, please contact support@sportrick.com

Any changes performed in the VAR portal won't be included in SPORTRICK's standard customer support.


3. Name, logo and colours

In the VAR portal, click on Managed Environments -> View More -> Configurations -> E-Commerce -> Style:


  • base theme: select the desired combination of colours and click on Save 

default


blue


dark blue


grey

light


light2



  • custom CSS: name that will appear on the login page and on the left-hand side of the screen after the login. Click on Save 
  • topbar logo URL and login form logo URL: type in the http to upload your logo (click on Override first), then click on Save 
TOP BAR
LOGIN PAGE
  • login background images: type in the URL of the background image of the login page. It is also possible to insert various URLs to have a continuous swap of images on the background. 

4. Home Page

In the E-Commerce section -> HOME PAGE it is possible to configure what the clients will find in the Home Page of the E-Commerce:


  • big buttons enabled: big buttons are a shortcut to the main features of the E-Commerce. If big buttons are disabled, clients will only find a menu on the left side of the screen with the shortcuts to access the various sections of the E-Commerce
  • enable calendar
  • whats new enabled: clients can view their friends' real-time access and the activity they are going to do (booked activity or the type of membership)
  • social button label: label on the social button. Example: instead of "social" the client could view the lable: "social network"

 

  • shopping button label: label on the shopping button. Example: instead of "shopping" the client could view the lable: "memberships"

  • booking button label: label on the booking button. Exampleinstead of "booking" the client could view the lable: "book a slot"

 

  • social button secondary text: additional text on the social button

 

  • shopping button secondary text: additional text on the shopping button

 

  • booking button secondary text: additional text on the booking button

 

  • social button target: page clients will be redirected to once they click on the social button

 

  • shopping button target: page clients will be redirected to once they click on the shopping button 

 

  • booking button target: page clients will be redirected to once they click on the booking button 


5. Social Interaction


From E-Commerce -> SOCIAL it is possible to activate/deactivate the following options:

 

  • enable social: enable social-interaction features in the E-Commerce;
  • enable index: enable index on the left-hand side of the screen (it can be used as an alternative to the home-page social button) 

  • enable friends: enable friendship requests and suggestions 
  • enable groups: enable group creation 
  • enable rating: enable rating of the activities the client has taken part into 
  • use drop down menu

     

    • main menu target: first entry of the menu for social features


6. Shopping

From E-Commerce -> SHOPPING it is possible to activate/deactivate the following options: 

  • enable shopping: enable purchases via E-Commerce
  • enable index: enable index on the left-hand side of the screen (it can be used as an alternative to the home-page social button) 

     

  • enable renewals

  • use drop down menu 
     

  • main menu target: first entry of the menu for shopping options

  • days to show endend classes: interval of days during which a past class will still be visible (example: 2 days = a class will remain visible up to two days after it took place).

7. Bookings


From E-Commerce -> BOOKING it is possible to activate/deactivate the following options:

  • enable booking: enable bookings via E-Commerce
  • enable index: enable index on the left-hand side of the screen (it can be used as an alternative to the home-page social button) 

  • enable standard bookingclients must purchase a multipack in order to book activities

  • enable free booking: enable free booking (clients can book classes and services without a multipack);

  • enable user to invite others to booked service: if this option has been activated in the planning of a service, customers will be able to send an invitation to other participants so that they can book and take part in the service as well;

  • check sold object during free booking: necessary option for free booking (booking without multipack) 
  • use drop down menu
     
  • main menu target: first entry of the menu for booking options
  • future lessons of the same activity that a customer can book: number of catch-up classes that clients can book
  • manage catch-up: allow users to book catch-up classes via E-Commerce (if catch-up classes have been planned and enabled for courses)
  • manage absences: allow user to notify their absence in case they cannot attend a class of a course they enrolled onto (usually necessary to allow the catch-up of missed classes).

8. Available info in the user profile

From E-Commerce -> PROFILE it is possible to activate/deactivate the following options: 


  • enable profile 
  • enable purchase history: mandatory to allow renewals 
  • show overview

 

  • show profile info
  • show account

     
  • show accounting
  • show appointments 
  • show privacy 
  • show accesses: latest access records
  • show documentation