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Global Configurations

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In order to make it easier for merchants to customize themes, you can use JSON to create settings that are accessible through the Fynd platform theme editor.

Config files are related to theme settings. There are two config files


The settings_data.json file contains the setting values for a theme. For example, you can use the following theme setting to provide the option to the merchant so that he can disable the cart anytime from the theme editor section.


"props": [
"type": "checkbox",
"id": "disable_cart",
"default": false,
"category": "Cart",
"label": "Disable Cart"


Figure 1

This adds an entry for disable_cart in settings_data.json

"custom": {
"props": {
"disable_cart": false

Anytime you change the value of disable_cart in the theme editor, settings_data.json is updated with the new value.

Basic Format:

The settings_data.json file has four parent objects:

  • list : It contains current values of all page level settings and theme level settings.
  • current : Contains current active settings name
  • preset: Contains all the presets of the theme by their page name so that whenever someone creates a new theme all theme pages have some default pre-configured sections inside of them.
  • information: General Information about the theme-like features and once you publish your theme on the Themes Marketplace it can be helpful to highlight your theme features.

Access this configurations inside theme:

This configuration will be passed as props as page_config and global_config you can use these details inside your theme

settings_schema.json [Pending]