WPPIZZA_INSTALL_{CONSTANTS}

If you are familiar with Wppizza you might want to perhaps skip certain data for new installations. To do so, you can overwrite the following constants by adding them to your wp-config.php If you are new to WPPizza, I would suggest to not use any 

Constants

Overview of constants that can be defined in your wp-config.php overriding defaults – constants should always be defined before /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ Admin – Name / Icon Constant Value [default]     WPPIZZA_NAME string[WPPizza] set admin plugin name WPPIZZA_MENU_ICON url[http://url/path/to/pizza_16.png] 

WPPIZZA_NAME

to change the name (i.e WPPizza) in the WP admin/backend just add define(‘WPPIZZA_NAME’, ‘The Name You Want’); to your wp-config.php anywhere before /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ i.e. – add to /edit your wp-config.php to be something like define('WPPIZZA_NAME', 'My Shop'); /* 

WPPIZZA_MENU_ICON

to change the WPPizza icon in the WP admin/backend just add define(‘WPPIZZA_MENU_ICON’, ‘http://url/path/to/your/icon.png’); to your wp-config.php anywhere before /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ i.e. – add to /edit your wp-config.php to be something like define('WPPIZZA_MENU_ICON', 'http://www.mydomain.com/wp-content/theme/mytheme/wordpress-logo.png'); /* That's all, stop editing! Happy 

WPPIZZA_SORT_ITEMS_AS_ADDED

By default, items added to the cart are sorted according to the settings in Wppizza-> Layout : Items Sorting and Category Display If you wish items to be sorted and displayed in the order they were added to the cart by the customer, make sure 

WPPIZZA_SINGLE_PERMALINK_VAR

In a typical install, the below is not used or necessary as single items are not being displayed separately. However, if you are using/linking to single menu item via some permalink or perhaps search results for example, the default url parameter used will be menu_item. 

WPPIZZA_WIDGET_CSS_CLASS

by default wppizza widgets have a classname of wppizza_widget. As this is not referenced in the plugin itself, you could change that classname to something you might prefer. To do so you can add the following to your wp-config.php define('WPPIZZA_WIDGET_CSS_CLASS', 'some_classname'); somewhere before /* That's 

WPPIZZA_PLAINTEXT_MAX_LINE_LENGTH{_WORDWRAP}

By default plaintext emails are wrapped at 74 characters to enable as many email clients as possible to read any emails received. If you are certain that all recipients of your wppizza emails can read emails at a different linelengths, you can force the required 

WPPIZZA_ADMIN_{CONSTANTS}

you can overwrite the following constants by adding them to your wp-config.php   a) WPPIZZA_ADMIN_TEMPLATES_PERPAGE – how many templates (Wppizza->templates) per page do you want to display before pagination kicks in. Useful if there is a low max_post_vars set in your php.ini which can result 

WPPIZZA_DEV_{CONSTANTS}

THE BELOW ARE DEVELOPMENT CONSTANTS AND SHOULD NOT BE USED IN A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT you can overwrite the following constants by adding them to your wp-config.php   a) WPPIZZA_DEV_ADMIN_NO_SAVE – if set to true, wppizza parameters will not be saved if changed (might be useful