Basics webstore settings can be accessed in Sana
Admin > Setup >
Basics. These settings control various aspects of
Under the Languages tab you can enable and disable
the languages for your webstore and set the default language.
These are the languages in which the webstore content can be
created. In Sana Admin you can provide the content of any webstore
page in any available language. By default only the
English language is available. All other languages
can be installed using the language packs. Many language packs are
available on the Sana Community website. Only the registered Sana
partners can access Sana Community. If you are a customer and you
want to install the language pack, please contact your Sana partner
or Sana project manager. If there is no language pack that you
need it can be requested and delivered on demand. We may ask you to
help with checking the translations during the final stage of the
language pack creation.
When a webstore visitor opens the webstore its content is shown
in the language that is set as the default one. The webstore
visitor can change the language at the top of the webstore.
Information about selected by a customer language on the
webstore is stored in the Web browser cookie. If a customer changed
the language, next time when he or she opens the webstore it will
open in the language selected previously.
If a customer opens some language-specific URL which was sent to
him/her or was saved as a bookmark the webstore will open in the
language set in the URL.
You can also set the first day of the week for the calendar
control shown in the Sana webstore per language.
According to the International Organization for Standardization
(ISO 8601), Monday is the first day of the week. Although this is
the international standard, several countries, including the United
States and Canada, consider Sunday as the start of the week.
In the Sana webstore the calendar control is available on the
Order overview checkout step, where a customer can
define the requested delivery date, and in the order history to
filter the orders by date.
When a customer changes the webstore language, the first day of
the week will be changed in the calendar as well depending on the
configuration for the language in Sana Admin.
There are two files which help search engine robots find what
they need: robots.txt and
sitemap. These files are located on the Web
The contents of the 'robots.txt' file can be managed directly
from Sana Admin: Setup >
Basics > Robots.
Moreover, a separate 'robots.txt' file can be generated per web
store in case of a multi-store solution.
The table below provides the description of the indexing
settings in Sana Admin.
Here is the default record in the 'robots.txt' file when
everything is disabled:
Below you can see the default record in the 'robots.txt' file
when indexing is enabled:
When you enable indexing the default record in the 'robots.txt'
file states that all search engine robots can crawl all web store
URLs except the URLs of Sana Admin.
Indexing rules added to this field will redefine the default
behavior no matter whether indexing is disabled or enabled.
Below you can see the record in the 'robots.txt' file when
Indexing and Sitemap are
To be able to add the sitemap URL to the 'robots.txt' file at
first you should create the sitemap file by running the
Sitemap export task from Sana Admin:
Tools > Scheduled tasks.
For more information about sitemap, see 'Sitemap
For more information about robots.txt and indexing rules, see