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Locate: Manage > Layout > Booking Page
- Admin permissions to configure Booking Page options.
- The Booking Page feature is available to both those using items (Inventory > Items), a key feature of our classic version of Checkfront, and those using products (Inventory > Products), a key feature of our newest version of Checkfront.
New to Checkfront - Products ✨
Products (Inventory > Products) is the successor feature to (Inventory > Items) and is available in our newest version of Checkfront.
Not yet on our newest version and interested in upgrading? Please contact our Technical Support team for more information.
Discover more product-related help articles here: Products (New).
New to the Booking Page settings? Please read the first article in this series: Booking Page: Layout.
AdvancedBack to top
Disable customer facing reserve pageBack to top
Choosing this option allows you to disable the Customer-facing reserve page.
This means that the hosted Customer Booking Page (Customer > Customer Booking Page) and website embedded Booking Widget (Manage > Integrations) are not available.
Rather, you are only able to make bookings through the back-end, or via the Checkfront API (Enterprise plans only).
Also, you can choose to Restrict Staff/Partner Bookings by Category. If checked, you can then select the categories that are available for booking when configuring Staff accounts.
Enforce HTTPS on reserve pageBack to top
To increase security and provide your Customers with a higher level of confidence, you can enforce HTTPS on your Customer Booking Page (Customer > Customer Booking Page).
If you are embedding the Booking Widget (Manage > Integrations), then you are required to place it on a page that is also secured. You need a valid HTTPS certificate on your website for this to work. This option is turned on (checked) automatically for new trial accounts.
Checkfront Tip: What does HTTPS mean?
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. The 'S' at the end of HTTPS stands for 'Secure'. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted.