CWP comes with a basic theme ready to use. There are many ways to customise the way your site looks without having to get developers or designers to build a new theme for you, and these are detailed below.

Please note that if you have got a new theme then some of these options may not function as described unless your developer has built in support to your new theme. You also require CMS administrator access for this section of the website.

Site title

The site-wide title can be configured through Settings section, Main subsection in the CMS - enter the title in the Site title field, and press Save.

Site-wide title in default template

This change will affect several areas in the site, but specifics depend on the template used. Default template will display the title in the header area, in the footer copyright and in the page title.

Note: Site Tagline/Slogan field is not used in the default template.


With the default CWP theme two default logos are shown:

  • An organisation logo in the top left, next to the site name.
  • The logo in the bottom right.

Logo customisation screen

These can be changed as follows:

  • Open the CMS, and proceed to the Settings section, Logos/Icons tab.
  • Customise the organisation logo by attaching an image to the Logo, to appear in the top left.
  • Replace the "" logo by attaching an image to the Footer logo, to appear in the bottom right.
    • Set a custom link by filling the Footer Logo link field.
    • Set an accessibility description (that will propagate to "title" and "alt" attributes) by filling the Footer Logo description field.
  • Press Save.

The logos aren't automatically resized, so make sure they are exactly the size you'd like them to appear before uploading them.

Social media and sharing

You can add a link to your organisation's Facebook page by following these steps:

  1. Visit your Facebook page
  2. Copy the parts of the URL that appear after '' So, if your URL was (external link) , copy 'visitnewzealand'. If it was (external link) , then copy 'profile.php?id=12635800428'
  3. Open the CMS, and proceed to the Settings section
  4. Open the 'Social Media' tab
  5. Paste the copied part of the URL into the Facebook UID or username field
  6. Save the settings

In a similar way, you can add a link to your organisation's Twitter account:

  1. Open the CMS, and proceed to the Settings section
  2. Open the 'Social Media' tab
  3. Enter your Twitter username into the Twitter username field
  4. Save the settings

When using the default theme, these two options will add linked icons in the bottom right of each page.

You can also let your site visitors share pages on your site through their own social networks by setting up AddThis. To do this:

  1. If you don't have an AddThis account already, set one up by visiting (external link)  and clicking on Create Account and following the sign-up process.
  2. Open the CMS, and proceed to the Settings section
  3. Open the Social Media tab
  4. Enter your AddThis profile ID into the AddThis Profile Id field
  5. Save the settings

Favicons and Apple Touch Web Clip icons

With the default CWP theme, icons in themes/default/ico are used by default to display the favicon and Apple Touch Web Clip icons, the latter are used when you bookmark the website to the home screen of an iOS device.

These can be changed as follows:

  • Open the CMS and proceed to the Settings section, Logos/Icons tab
  • Find the fields for favicon and Apple Touch and drop in new images for each
  • Press Save
Please ensure the favicon.ico file you upload is either 16x16, 32x32 or 48x48 in dimension and is in a Windows compatible ICO format. Apple Touch Web Clip icons *must* be uploaded in the correct dimensions as per the label next to each field, and they must be in PNG format.

Website visitor traffic reporting via Google Analytics

To track your website visitor traffic statistics using Google Analytics:

  1. Find out your GA Account number, by visiting the Google Analytics website.
  2. Open the CMS, and proceed to Settings section.
  3. Enter the code into the Google Analytics account field.
  4. Save the settings.
  5. Login to Google Analytics and verify it is now measuring your website traffic.

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