Using LazyEater Announcements

After you have installed and activated LazyEater Announcements extension plugin, please do not forget to enter your activation key to be able to update the plugin in the future.
Using LazyEater Announcements

Using LazyEater Announcements

Using the plugin is quite simple, after installation and activation you get the announcements page in your WordPress admin where you can push dashboard announcements directly to your restaurants dashboard pages.

Using LazyEater Announcements
Using LazyEater Announcements

In your Announcements page you will get a list of all announcements you have published, you can filter them by dates, view, edit, or delete them.

Using LazyEater Announcements

Using LazyEater Announcements

You can add a new announcements by clicking the “Add New” button. Enter the announcement title, description and choose the announcement audience from the “Announcement for” and publish the announcement. You can also schedule the announcement to a future date.

Using LazyEater Announcements
Using LazyEater Announcements

Finally, after you publish your announcement it will immediately appear in your restaurateurs dashboard page.

Using LazyEater Announcements
Using LazyEater Announcements

LazyEater How Tos

How to install lazyEater?

1. Download LazyEater form the WordPress plugins directory by searching for LazyEater.
2. Activate the plugin, also make sure you already have WooCommerce running.
3. In your WordPress admin go to Settings -> Permalinks and just click Save Changes.

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NOTICE: LazyEater will only work with LazyEater supported themes like Frozr WP theme. You can download Frozr for free @ mahmudhamid.com
OR you can learn how to integrate LazyEater with your theme

How to install LazyEater with my theme?

How to setup the demo data?

Learn how to install LazyEater demo data.

How to access the front-end dashboard?

Click on the user icon on the website top bar -> click on “Admin Dashbaord” or if logged in as restaurant click on “Seller Dashbaord”.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How can I access the frontend dashboard on my theme?

If you are not using the Frozr theme, you can allow access to the frontend dashboard by using the “LazyEater Menu widget”. you can also see how to integrate LazyEater with your theme to learn more.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to access the back-end settings?

Go to your WordPress admin -> click on LazyEater.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add a restaurant?

Restaurants are actually normal WordPress users with “Seller” role. Whenever the user has the seller role he takes advantage off all features of a LazyEater restaurant that includes a frontend dashboard and a restaurant page. Users can automatically register as restaurants or be manually approved to become restaurants by the website admin. You can either create a restaurant from the WordPress admin or do this step from the frontend, we will explain both ways.

From your WordPress admin go to “Users” -> “Add New” fill the user form and select “Seller” in the role field and hit the “Add New User” button. Now you have a new restaurant registered but without the selling privileges.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

To enable selling privileges, edit the restaurant you have just created scroll down to LazyEater options, check on “Enable Selling” and hit the “update profile” button.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

To do this step from the frontend, navigate to the “My Account” page which has been create when you activated WooCommerce plugin. check on “I Have a Restaurant” in the register box, fill the registration form and hit the register button.

LazyEater How Tos

LazyEater How Tos

However, if you are using the Frozr theme you can easily do this step by clicking the user icon at the top bar -> click on register -> fill the form -> hit the register button.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Anyway, if you have created from frontend and you have disabled the “Auto Enable Selling on Restaurant Registration” option, you can either enable seller privileges from the users page in the backend or do that form your frontend dashboard sellers page.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Please note that after creating a restaurant, you must complete their profile from their frontend settings page.

How to add a recipe?

A recipe is actually a WooCommerce product. As the website admin you are not supposed to add a recipe, recipes are added by restaurants. To add a recipe login with a restaurant account -> go to the dashboard products page -> click on “Add new product” button -> fill all of the product details including the “Recipe” filed that is the most important to make the product available in the restaurant page -> Add a variation if available -> Add a promotion if available -> post the product.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Please note here that when you start typing in the “Recipe” field, a predictions list will appear. This list’s items are actually from the WooCommerce product categories list, if the recipe name you are typing is in the list, select it to avoid duplication in the product categories database.

How to use geo-location?

Geolocation is used to detect the user location and retrieve restaurants that will provide delivery service to that user. Geolocation is also used to get restaurants nearby the user and used in LazyEater Distance extension to calculate the distance between the user and restaurant. Once you start using Geolocation LazyEater will replace the default delivery location system with the Geolocation system, thus it is very important to decide if you will be using the default LazyEater delivery system or the Geolocation system at the begging of your business.

To use Lazyeater Geolocation, go to LazyEater settings in the WordPress admin, from the general tab check “Use Geolocation & Google Maps API?” -> enter your “Google API Key” and save the changes.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Please note here that you will need the following APIs activated in your google account:

  1. Google Maps Distance Matrix API
  2. Google Maps Directions AP
  3. Google Maps Elevation AP
  4. Google Maps Geocoding API
  5. Google Maps JavaScript API
  6. Google Places API Web Service

LazyEater Geolocation system uses the Google Geocoding API that have usage limitation, thus we have restricted the Geolocation system to only work if the user country is the same as the website WooCommerce base location which you can set from WooCommerce -> settings.

How to set recommended sellers?

Go to LazyEater settings in the WordPress admin -> from the general tab page select your recommended restaurants in the “Recommended Restaurants” option -> Save changes.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Recommended sellers will display if the user search type is set to “Restaurants”.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to manage restaurants?

As the website admin you can manage restaurants registered in your website from your dashboard sellers page. You can view restaurant details,  enable/disable selling privileges, add a seller to recommended list, delete a seller, send a message to the seller or view the restaurant login status if using LazyEater A-Package.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to manage Withdraws?

LazyEater withdraw requests are simply a note from the restaurant to the website admin requesting a specific amount of money to be sent to his online/bank account. Whenever the website admin receives a withdraw request from the restaurant, he will pay the restaurant with the restaurant preferred payment service and then update the withdraw status. By default you cannot pay the restaurant directly from LazyEater as it is not a payment system. Anyway, if you are using LazyEater A-Package you can directly go the PayPal from the withdraws page to pay the restaurant with only one click using the restaurant PayPal.me link.

Withdraws has some settings in the LazyEater backend settings page. You can set “The Minimum user balance to make a withdraw”, select the “Withdraw Methods” that are allowed for restaurants to choose (you can also add custom withdraw methods using the frozr_withdraw_register_methods filter) and choose the “Withdraw Request Status” when a request is set.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Withdraws management is actually done from the frontend withdraws page. You can view the withdraw details,  edit the request, delete the withdraw request or if using the LazyEater A-Package you can send the withdraw requester a message.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Restaurants also have Withdraw options in their settings page where they can set their withdrawal information.

LazyEater How Tos

LazyEater How Tos

Restaurants can also send withdraw request to the website admin from their dashboard Withdraws page.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to manage orders?

Whenever a new order is placed, it is directly sent to the restaurant orders page (an SMS  is also sent to the customer and restaurant if using LazyEater SMS). Managing orders is almost all the work restaurants are going to do while they are online. Managing an order is simply changing its status.

The website admin is not supposed to manage orders, however his job could be only supervising the flow of orders and maybe notify a restaurant on unprocessed orders.

Go to your frontend orders page. Here you can view all details of an order by clicking on the order ID. You can also add a note for the customer that will be sent to their email address.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add coupons?

As s restaurant you can add a coupon to be used on your products.

Go to your dashboard coupons page and click on “Add New Coupon”. If you choose to display the coupon, it will appear in your restaurant page.
LazyEater How Tos

LazyEater How Tos

How to add delivery locations & restaurants addresses?

As a website admin you are not supposed to add delivery locations & restaurant addressees, this is done by your restaurants. Restaurants set their delivery location and address from their settings page. These delivery locations and addresses are saved and can be viewed, modified or deleted from the “Delivery Locations” and “Restaurants addresses” pages in the backend.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to set delivery settings?

As a restaurant you have to set your delivery fees, duration and minimum amount for delivery so LazyEater could correctly calculate products prices for you customers.

Go to your LazyEater settings page -> click on the “Delivery Settings” tab.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to set restaurant delivery zone?

If the website has enabled Geolocation service you will be able to set your delivery locations zone from your settings page. Start by zooming to the city where your restaurant is located in. click on the map to start drawing your locations polygon. You can also drag and drop the polygon. However the area inside the polygon is considered as your delivery zone.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add restaurant cuisine?

As a restaurant, setting cuisines that you offer in your restaurant is very important to improve visibility on website and allow customers to quickly reach your restaurant. You can easily set your restaurant cuisines from your settings page.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add sales commissions?

How to add opening & closing hours?

This is a very important step every restaurant should do after registration, you can set opening and closing hours and holidays of your business from your settings page. This can control receiving orders and allowed order types.

Go to your settings page -> click on “Opening/Closing timings” tab.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

Please note here that when setting the unavailable dates, the end date must be first day of opening not the last day of holiday. which means your restaurant will close on some date and open on that date.

How to add restaurants social links?

As a restaurant go to your dashboard settings page -> click on “Social Profile” tab and add social links to your social accounts. Your social links will appear in your restaurant page.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to set allowed order types?

As a restaurant you can set what type of orders you accept in your restaurant. This is a very important step to do to avoid receiving for example a delivery order when you do not actually provide delivery service.

Go to your settings page -> click on the “Orders  Settings” tab.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add my restaurant name, logo and details?

After registering as a restaurant, you will be redirected to your restaurant page to complete your profile, if you haven’t been redirected, manually go to your settings page where you can complete your profile. Please note that your profile details are very important and need to be set directly after you open your account. Also please note that if you could not access your settings page after registration it means that your registration request is awaiting an admin approval.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to set website terms of service?

As a website admin you can set your website terms of service for customers & sellers to accept when registering in your website.

Go to LazyEater settings page -> click on the “Terms of Service” tab.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to get detailed reports?

As a website admin or restaurant you can get detailed sales report and statistics from your front end dashboard page.

LazyEater How Tos

LazyEater How Tos

Website admin can also get sales report from the WooCommerce reports page.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to modify the frontpage search sections?

You can modify the frontpage search section directly from the section itself. You can change the titles, backgrounds, icons, images, positions, or even remove some unwanted fields.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add restaurants to homepage?

You can add latest restaurants list to your homepage by using the WordPress customize tool.

Click on “Customize” -> “LazyEater” -> “Latest Restaurants” choose your options and save changes.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add top selling items to homepage?

You can add top selling items list to your homepage by using the WordPress customize tool.

Click on “Customize” -> “LazyEater” -> “Top Selling Items” choose your options and save changes.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to add the location status to sidebar?

if you are not using the Frozr theme, you can show the location status & request by using the “LazyEater User Location Widget” from your widgets page. you can also see how to install LazyEater on your theme to learn more.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How can I access my restaurant page?

Use the following link in your browser address bar:

http://TheWebSiteName/restaurants/YourShopName

Replace the “TheWebSiteName” with the name of the website you registered in for example: example.com and replace “YourShopName” with your restaurant name, if your restaurant name includes spaces replace spaces with dashes, for example My Shop becomes my-shop.

How do I change the colors and font of my restaurant page?

If you are using the LazyEater A-Package extension, you can change the colors and fonts of your restaurant page from your settings page.

go to your settings page -> click on the “My Store” tab.

How to enable/disable messages from restaurant page?

As a restaurant, customer can get your contact details or even send you email messages from your restaurant page, you can enable or disable this from your settings page.

How to set/manage restaurants tables?

As a restaurant you can allow your customers to contact you to reserve tables for dine in, you can provide detailed information about your tables so customers can correctly select their prefer table number before calling you.

Go you to your settings page -> click on the “Restaurant Tables” tab.

LazyEater How Tos
LazyEater How Tos

How to set served food types?

As a restaurant you should set what types of food do you serve in your restaurant, for example if you only serve vegetarian food, set “Served Food Types” option to “Veg.” you can set your food types from your settings page.

LazyEater: Settings & Options

Purchase LazyEater if you would like a full installation and setup service.

Settings and options that we are going to talk about here is for the LazyEater administrator, please refer to the mange your restaurant for restaurants owners settings and options.

Back-end Settings

LazyEater back-end settings can be accessed by clicking on “LazyEater” in your WordPress admin menu. Settings there are general settings, nothing complicated, settings are clear and simple.

Front-end Settings

You can access the LazyEater admin front-end dashboard by opening your website homepage while you are logged in as admin and click on the user icon in the website top menu bar > click on “Your Dashboard”, you will see a list of your front-end dashboard pages.

  1. Dashboard – Where you can see summary report widgets and statistics.
  2. Orders – This page includes all orders placed in your website, you will also see the seller (Restaurant) and the customer. Although you can manage those orders, but this is not your job, each order will be assigned to their respective seller and will appear in their dashboard, but this page will allow you to know how each restaurant are processing their orders and if some orders remain uncompleted for long time so you can contact the restaurant to follow up the order.
  3. Coupons – This page will list all coupons set in your website by restaurants in details, like how many times the coupon has been used, amount, type, code, expiry date and you can also edit them.
  4. Withdraw – As site admin, You will receive and process all withdraw requests from your restaurants here. Once you get a new request, it will show up in the pending list, click on edit to process it and change the status.
  5. Sellers – This page includes a list of all users registered in your website that have a seller role. Click on a seller name to enable/disable selling privileges and change the seller percentage which is the percentage you cut of his sales for you.

Layout Options

All layout options are set from the WordPress customize tool. To change layout settings click on the “Customize” link in the top WordPress admin bar.

LazyEater Search Section

LazyEater search section includes the restaurants and food searching filters. All food and restaurant filters are editable, you can edit the text, color, icon, image and even position and availability, all from the section it self.

Login as website admin, open your website homepage and hover the mouse on the filters and buttons and the edit buttons will appear. For texts, simply click on the text to edit. To change position simply drag and drop the filter to the new position. If you want to remove the filter, drag and drop the filter to the filters bench which will appear as soon as you start the drag event.

You only have to note here that changing the background of the section is done from the WordPress customize tool.

Manage your LazyEater Restaurant.

Creating a seller account with a LazyEater powered website, is like creating a webpage for selling your dishes but without the need of having a domain, hosting service, web developer, and lots of other requirements and costs.

After registering as seller and approved by the website admin, you are ready to start posting your products, receive orders and start gaining profit. Once you start selling, your website balance will increase with the total amount of each order after cutting the website commission percentage. You can then submit a withdraw request to withdraw your balance to your PayPal or Bank Account.

Open your online restaurant

To open a restaurant account, follow these steps:

  1. From the website homepage, click on the user icon at the top menu bar.
  2. Click on the “Register” tab.
  3. Enter your email address and password and check the “I Have a Restaurant” option.
  4. Complete filling the form.
  5. Click on the “Register” button.

Once you complete registering, your account will be either ready for selling, or pending an admin approval, if it requires an admin approval, you will get an email message once the admin has approved you for selling.

Restaurant dashboard

Once you have the “Seller” privileges approved by admin, you can access your dashboard. Login to the website with your account details, click on the user icon at the top menu bar and click on “Your Dashboard” menu where you will see a list of your front-end dashboard pages that we are going to explain below.

Dashboard.

This page will include quick summaries on your sales and refunds by day, week, month, last month, and year or custom date, you will also see your current balance, orders statistics, top ten selling items and top customers ordered by money spent in your restaurant.

Products.

The products page will list all products you have posted that shows in your restaurant page as menu. hovering on a product will show links to edit, delete and view the product.

Posting a new product

Click on the “add new product” link on the filtering bar of the products page. The product form is simple and any input that might need explanation has a “[?]” at its title end, hover on that to see the description. You can add three types of products, simple, grouped and variable, we will explain these types of products below.

A simple dish

A simple dish is an ordinary dish you serve in your restaurant that might have different attributes like flavor, cooking type.. etc but those attributes have no extra cost on the dish. The “Item Type” select input in the new product form is set to “Simple” by default, so if you wish to post a simple product simply complete filling the product form. The only thing to elaborate more here is setting the product attributes which are the details of the item, like, flovor, size .. etc

Adding an attribute:

  1. Click on the “Attributes” tab.
  2. You can select an attribute from the list of some attributes used before by other products or a custom attribute.
  3. Click on “Add”.
  4. Enter a name for the attribute in the name input like: flavor, Sauce, Size…etc.
  5. Enter some attributes like: Lemon flavor, Chicken flavor, Big, Small  .. etc. Separate attributes with a |
  6. Finally click on “Save Attributes”

To add an other attribute, follow the above steps again.

A Variable Dish

A variable dish is an ordinary dish you serve in your restaurant that might have different attributes like flavor, size .. etc, but those attributes will add extra cost on the dish. To post a variable product, select “Variable” in the “Item Type” select input in the new product form and the “Variations” tab will appear. A variation means adding more details on an attribute to effect the price of the item.

Adding a variation

  1. Click on the “Variations” tab. If you have already set some attributes you will be able to add variations, but if not, add attributes by following the steps above and make sure you check the “Used for variations” option on each attribute.
  2. Select to “Add variation” or “Add variations from all attributes”.
  3. Click on “Go” button.
  4. Fill the inputs.
  5. Click on the “Save Changes” button.

Now that you have added a variation, a select menu will appear on the default “Add to cart” button to choose a variation before being able to add to cart.

A Grouped product

A Grouped product means this product will include a group of simple or variable products, i.e restaurant meals, family package.. etc. By purchasing a grouped product the customer is actually purchasing a group of other product in one time.

Adding a grouped product

  1. Select “Grouped” in the “Item Type” select input in the new product form.
  2. Enter product title, item recipe and finally click the “Post item” button.

Now the grouped product is ready but it’s empty. To add products to the group, edit the products you want to include and:

  1. Click on the “Linked Products” tab.
  2. Select the grouped product title you just created from the “Grouping” input.
  3. Save the changes.

Orders.

This is the main part of your business. Managing your orders is almost all the work you are going to do while restaurant is open. Everyday when you open, click on “Orders” from your dashboard menu and keep the screen open. any new order you receive via the website will auto appear in your “On-hold” orders list.

Processing an order is simply changing its status, you can directly change its status from the list or click on the order ID and update the status.

You can view all details of the order by clicking on the order ID. You can also add notes for the customer, these notes will be sent to his email address.

Coupons.

Adding coupons for your items will help increase your sales. Coupons will appear for publice in the header of your restaurant page. To manage your coupons, click on “Coupons” in your dashboard menu.

The coupons page will list all coupons you created with quick info. You can edit delete or add new coupon from this page.

To add a new coupon, click on the “Add new Coupon” link, fill the coupon forum and hit “Create Coupon”.

Withdraw.

Your withdraw page will show you your withdraw activity, your pending, completed, and rejected request You can submit only one withdraw at a time.

Once you submit a withdraw request, you will then get email notices on any updates on your request from the website admin, if the withdraw order is approved and its amount was transferred to you, it will be listed under the “Completed” requests. completed requests will probably include an invoice image, click on the request to view the invoice and the rejected orders will include a reject note.

While the request is on pending, you can delete it and add a new request.

Settings.

All settings regarding your restaurant account are located under the “Settings” page in your dashboard. To access your account settings click on “Settings” in your dashboard menu.

The Settings page include seven tabs:

  1. General Settings.
  2. Delivery Settings.
  3. Orders Settings.
  4. Social Profile.
  5. Opening/Closing Timing.
  6. Withdraw Method.
  7. Restaurant Tables.

Each tab page includes a description and all settings are clear and simple. Explore your settings page tabs and make sure you fill and set all your settings because a complete profile will increase notation of your restaurant and increase sales.

LazyEater: Getting Started

LazyEater is a WordPress & WooCommerce based system. LazyEater is a group of PHP and jQuery codes that modify and extends the WooCommerce functionality to present a front-end multi-vendor based restaurant network.

The Scenario?

  1. You setup the system.
  2. Convince restaurants to create accounts on your website by either a live interview or email invitation, presenting benefits, profit and features you provide, If agreed? provide them with the LazyEater restaurant managing guide.
  3. Registered restaurants will post their products (this is what you are really selling on your website) and set some tags on them (this is how customers will find their products) and set their delivery and location addresses (this is how customers will find restaurants).
  4. You held advertisements campaigns to interact customers.
  5. Once restaurants start publishing their menus and customers start placing orders, you & your restaurants (sellers) gain profit.

System Requirements

To start your LazyEater powered online food ordering business, you will need:

  1. A domain name + hosting service.
  2. Get WordPress CMS installed – most hosting service provides an auto install option for WordPress.
  3. Inside WordPress, you will need:
    1. WooCommerce plugin installed & activated.
    2. LazyEater plugin installed & activated.
    3. Frozr theme installed & activated.

Once you have those components together, you have the tools required to, host restaurants that can add dishes, coupons, tables, manage their online restaurant page, receive orders and share profit.

LazyEater: Demo Content & Settings

Purchase LazyEater if you would like a full installation and setup service.
This Article will guide you to setup the LazyEater demo content and settings.
Before we start make sure you have:

  1. LazyEater plugin installed but not activated, this does not mean the key activation but the normal WordPress plugin activation.
  2. Frozr theme installed and activated.
  3. WooCommerce plugin installed and activated. Also make sure you have followed the WooCommerce setup wizard and installed the demo pages.
  4. Slider Revolution plugin Installed and activated. (Comes free with your purchase of LazyEater)

Importing the Demo XML file.

The first thing to do is importing the Demo XML file from your WordPress admin by following these steps:

  1. Click on Tools > Import.
  2. From the list of import systems click on “WordPress”. If you don’t have it installed, Install it first and continue.
  3. Click on “Browse” to choose the Demo XML you just downloaded from your computer, and click “Upload file and Import”.
  4. Next, without changing the Assign Authors settings, check on “Download and import file attachments” and click the submit button.
  5. You show now get the message “All done. Have fun!”, if you don’t get that message, post a comment here with the error you got.

Activating Demo Sellers.

The Demo XML imported in the previous step will import demo sellers (Restaurants), products, posts, categories, and menu. Since the sellers have been imported from an XML file, they will by default be set as Customer or Subscriber, so we have to change them to sellers but before we start, first go to the plugins page and activate lazyEater, if it was previously activated, deactivate it and activated again and then follow these steps.

  1. In your WordPress admin menu click on “Users”.
  2. Select the imported users which are Seller1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, & 7.
  3. From the change role select menu on the top select “Seller” and hit the “Change” button.

Refreshing Permalinks.

You should have done this step in the installation process of LazyEater but since we have deactivated the plugin and activated again, you should refresh your permalinks again.

  1. In your WordPress admin menu click on Settings > Permalinks.
  2. Without changing any setting, just click on the “Save Changes” button.

Activating Users (Sellers) for Selling.

We now have completed the back-end part, it’s time to go to the front-end and complete the setup.

  1. So while you are still logged in as admin, go to your website homepage and click on the user icon on the top bar then click on “Your Dashboard” > Sellers.
  2. Now click on each seller name and from the popup activate selling and hit the “Save Settings” button.

Customize tool settings.

The final step here is to setup the demo LazyEater layout settings from the WordPress Customize Tool.

  1. While you are in your website homepage and logged in as admin, click on the “Customize” link in the top WordPress admin bar.
  2. Click on “Custom CSS” and paste the following CSS code:
    #header-container{
    background-color: #725827 !important;
    }
    .fr-menu a, .mobi_menu i, #branding * {
    color: #fff !important;
    }
  3. Go back, click on “General Options” in “Theme color palette” option select “Style 2” and in “Theme typography style” select “Style 3”.
  4. Go back, click on “Header” > “Header Search” and uncheck the “Show a search input in header” option.
  5. Go back twice, click on “Front Page” > “Top Selling Items” > “Layout Options” set the “LoopBackground Color” option to #4ab64e and “Loop Icon” to trophy.  Then click on “Typography Options” and set the “Loop title color” & “Loop description color” to white color.
  6. Go back, click on “Latest Restaurants” > “Layout Options” and set the “LoopBackground Color” to #f2f2f2 and “Loop Icon” to Institution.
  7. Go back, click on “Sliders” and set “Content Slider alias two” to “featured_rests”. This step is done if you have imported the demo featured restaurants slider explained earlier in this article.
  8. Go back, click on “Posts Loop 1” check on “Use Posts loop 1? ” and set “Posts Category” option to Health. Then click on “Layout Options” and set “LoopBackground Color” option to #f2f2f2 and “Loop Icon” to heartbeat.
  9. Go back, click on “Featured Posts” check on ” Use featured posts? ” and set “Loop Type” to products and select any six products from the “Select Products” option. Then click on “Layout Options” and set the “Loop Icon” to heart.
  10. Go back twice, click on “Menus” > “Main Menu” and set the “Menu Layout” option to Use Ordinary Menu.
  11. Go back, click “Main” and in the “Menu locations” option check “Primary Menu”.
  12. Hit the “Save & Publish” button.

Your demo LazyEater website is now ready! If you have any question please leave a comment.