The Advanced tab contains the URI mapping, reCAPTCHA, Google Autocomplete, and the Migration Check Tool.
The advanced screen is the configuration area for the "URI Mapping" and also to the "migration check" tool
The URI Mapping section allows you to map the old pages to their new version in the storefront.
URI Versus URL
URI vs URL
You'll notice that the domains are not part of the URI mapping configuration. You'll enter only the portion of the URL that comes after the domain name.
So using the previous example above, let's pretend that the old URI:
You'll enter this into the URI Mapping like this:
Configuring 301 redirects
Select the "Send Permanent Redirect" checkbox for the corresponding URL mapping that requires a permanent redirect.
Exclude From Sitemap
Select the "Exclude from Sitemap" checkbox for the corresponding URL mapping that you wish to exclude fro the sitemap.
Registering with Google reCAPTCHA
First navigate to Google reCAPTCHA. You'll need to login to your Google account.
Next, click on the + button of the main toolbar as shown below.
Fill out the form similar to the screenshot below. The label should be a description you recognize.
For the type, make sure to choose V2 and "I'm not a robot". In the domains section, make sure to specify your domain name:
After submitting the form, the next screen will present you with the site key and secret key.
You'll need to copy those values during the next section of this installation guide.
Installing reCAPTCHA keys in your StoreFront
Navigate to Home → StoreFront → Advanced (tab) → reCAPTCHA.
Secret keys. Save.
Turning on reCAPTCHA for your Contact Us page
All pages that use the template_contact.vm template will have a checkbox for turning reCAPTCHA on. Just check the box (assuming your have installed keys already), and your Contact Us forms will be protected by Google reCAPTCHA.
Turning on reCAPTCHA for your Affiliate Signup
reCAPTCHA is automatically activated for any StoreFront Affiliate Signup screen if keys are installed in the StoreFront. There is nothing more you need to do.
- Your theme must support reCAPTCHA. The earliest theme supporting reCAPTCHA was Mr. Teas on 5/16/2016. Some themes are still awaiting the updated code.
There is a flag that was primarily used for legacy sites to show/hide reCAPTCHA and can still affect the StoreFronts. Make sure that checkbox is checked.
You can view this setting by going to Advanced → Affiliate Management → Settings → Require Captcha
If your StoreFront theme supports Visual Builder, enter your Google Places API to provide address autocomplete support.
Visit https://developers.google.com/places/web-service/get-api-key to create a key.
Please note there is a difference between a Google Maps API key and a Google Places API key.