Massive Dynamic - Access Site Setting
By using the Site Setting of Massive Dynamic you can access the environment for changing the website layout and options.
For accessing the panel follow these steps:
1. login to the WordPress dashboard.
2. There you can see the "SIte Setting" button.
3. Just press it to access the environment.
* If you set Unique Setting from the page setting for one of the pages and you just want to change the setting of that page, you need to access the site setting panel by using the button of it from the top of that page.
Here you can see the Site Setting environment:
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