<Setup>

The <Setup> option is used to configure the metadata used in your website header. As discussed in the Quick Start Guide, only the <Title> needs to be set by all users. Many of these, however, are used by <Plugins>, which in turn are used to build your website headers and footers. The advanced options listed below will be discussed under the <Plugins> option.

Gigatrees:
<SiteTitle> [ ] Used by the metadata and default.header plugins to replace %SiteTitle%. Use this option to set the title of your website.
<Name> [ ] Used by the metadata plugin to replace %PageAuthor% for all pages except Blog Posts. Use this option to set your name. It is not required.
<SiteDescription> [ ] Used by the metadata plugin to replace %Description%. Use this option to set your website's description. Site descriptions may or may not be useful to search engines. It is not required.
<WebsiteURL> [ ] Used by the metadata and default.header plugins to replace %Domain%. Use this option to set your website's domain name for hosting trees online.
<PluginsURL> [ ] By default, the PluginsPath is set to match the location of the plugins folder of your build (i.e. http://domain.com/plugins). If you are publishing several family trees online, you may want to share plugins between them. You can use this option to override the default value.
<HomePage> [ https://gigatrees.com/ ] The should be set to the landing page or URL of your website.
<LangCode> [ en ] Used by the metadata plugin to replace %LangCode%. Use this option to set your language for browser support. If you are translating your web pages into a language other than English, you will need to set the appropriate language code here. English users can ignore this option.
<Favicon> [ ] Used by the metadata plugin to replace %Favicon%. Use this option to set your website's favicon.
<SiteLogo> [ ] Used by the default.header plugin to replace %SiteLogo%. Use this option to add a logo to your website banner.
<SiteBanner> [ ] Used by the default.header plugin to replace %SiteBanner%. Use this option to add a background image to your website's header.
<SiteAvatar> [ ] Used by the default.header plugin to replace %Avatar%. Use this option to add an avatar to your website header.
Example:
<Setup>
<SiteTitle> All Things Bobson </SiteTitle>
<Name> Bob Bobson </Name>
<SiteDescription> Bobs bobbing for bobbles. </SiteDescription>
<WebsiteURL> http://domain.com </WebsiteURL>
<PluginsURL> </PluginsURL>
<HomePage> index.html </HomePage>
<LangCode> en </LangCode>
<Favicon> http://domain.com/favicon.ico </Favicon>
<SiteLogo> http://domain.com/media/logo.png </SiteLogo>
<SiteBanner> http://domain.com/media/banner.png </SiteBanner>
<SiteAvatar> http://domain.com/media/avatar.png </SiteAvatar>
</Setup>
Advanced Gigatrees:
<Header> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin.
<Footer> [ ]Used by the default.footer plugin.
<PreHeader> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin to replace %PreHeader%.
<DropHeader> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin to replace %DropHeader%.
<DropStyles> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin to replace %DropStyles%.
<DropMenu> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin to replace %DropMenu%. By default, %DropMenu% is replaced by an automatically derived navigation bar, but this can be overriden if needed.
<DropBody> [ ]Used by the default.header plugin to replace %DropBody%.
<DropFooter> [ ]Used by the default.footer plugin to replace %DropFooter%.

Anytime a configuration option is modified, is overwrites that option destroying its previous value. There are a few exceptions to this rule, namely the <PreHeader>, <DropHeader>, <DropStyles>, <DropMenu>, <DropBody> and <DropFooter> options append previously defined values. This allows them to be used in <Plugins> to extend the headers and footers.