Settings page

This article covers each item within the Limecube settings page. Items contained within the settings page are site settings that don't fit in with the page editor area.

To find the settings listed below, on the top menu go to:

More > Administration > Settings


  1. Learn about SMTP settings here.

API Credentials

This is where you can set your Google Map API Key. For low traffic sites Limecube use our own key in this field, however if you have a site with traffic over 1,000 page views per day, you need to enter your own Google Map API Key in this field.

Instructions for generating an API key can be found here.


Learn more here

Date & Time Settings

Date and Time settings allow you to customize your timezone settings to suit your location. The options you have:

  1. Timezone - Based on city timezones
  2. Date format - How you want the date to display in the site in such places as the blog.
  3. Time format - How you want the time to display in the site in such places as the blog.

Notification Bar

Learn more here

Mobile Call to Action

Learn more here


  1. Learn about ReCaptcha here.
  2. IP Restrictions: A list of IP addresses accessing your site while in your trial period. For security purposes Limecube limit 50 IP addresses to a trial site to reduce abuse. 50 IP addresses is more than sufficient for legitimate sites during a trial period.


Show breadcrumbs Show breadcrumbs enable breadcrumbs to show just under the header on the site.

Please note you must enable the breadcrumbs section first.
Copyright Copyright enables/disables the 'Powered by Limecube' in the footer of the site.
Please consider when removing this we are a small Australian startup, and having this at the bottom of sites on Limecube helps make others more aware of Limecube. With that growth we have more ability to invest and continuing to make Limecube better for everyone. :)
Image Protection This stops/disables right clicking on your site to reduce the chance of anyone being able to download the site images.

Please note there are other methods advanced web users can use to still download site images.
Blog This is your default summary blog image that will be inserted to the summary page of your blog when you do not upload a summary image specific to the blog post.


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