Admin Overview

Once you have logged in, you should see the  Administration hyperlink at the top of your website. Or, in the web browser, you can add /admin to the end of your website's URL to go straight to the administration/back end of your website. For example,

The first screen displayed after logging in to your website's administration area is the Dashboard:

The Dashboard has the following sections:

  • Common statistics of your website include numbers of orders, pending return requests, registered customers, and low-stock products.
  • Other sections show the vital statistics of your website: orders, new customers, order totals, incomplete orders, latest orders, popular search keywords, bestsellers by quantity, and bestsellers by amount

The dashboard sections can be easily expanded or collapsed by clicking the "+" or "-" icons.

Common Concerto Commerce Page Elements:


The sidebar is on the left side of each page in the administration area. It allows you to navigate through Concerto Commerce's administrator's functionality.

The sidebar can easily collapse by clicking the "hamburger" icon next to the logo. 

Search field:

On the top of the sidebar, there is a search field. Start typing a name of a section you want to navigate to; the search line automatically suggests the options, and proceeds you directly to the required one. Example: Slider, Mega Menu, Product Ribbons.

System menu:

This part of the interface shows the name of a logged-in user, the logout button, the public store link, and a small menu with gears from which a user can select to clear cache or restart the application. (We recommend you "clear cache" after you have "saved" and made changes).

Basic and advanced modes:

On some pages in the administration area, you will see the following switch:

This two-position  Basic-Advanced switch allows you to switch between page display modes.

We created the  Basic mode for the most frequent settings used for convenience. If you cannot find the required setting on the page, switch to the Advanced mode to see all available settings.

On some pages, the switch has a  Settings button beside it. You can use it to set up the basic mode according to your needs by adding/removing the required settings.

Click  Settings to see a list of the available settings. Select the checkboxes of the desired setting. Now, the added settings will be displayed in the Basic mode.

Don't forget to "Save” your work!

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