You can define some of the security settings from your Slaask account.
Here's how it looks:
How should I set my security settings?
As you can see in the image, there is a field form on the security settings page. You should fill in this form with what is called an “authorized host.” An “authorized host” is the domain name of the website on which you deploy Slaask. It can be a localhost, or your website domain name, or any other domain name you've planned to equip with Slaask.
Please keep these instructions handy when filling in your security settings:
- If you deploy Slaask on multiple websites, you should enter one domain per line. For example:
- You don’t need to include the subdomains of your website, as they are already included in the domain of your website (Subdomains are extensions of your domain name that you can forward to URLs or point to IP addresses and directories within your hosting account; usually, they are defined before your main domain name. For example, the format of the domain name is "slaask.com" with the format of the subdomain being "developers.slaask.com").
- You also don’t need to include “http://” or “https://” in the domain name. Simply writing your domain as "slaask.com" is sufficient. :)
Why do I need to configure my security settings?
By filling in the security settings, you’ll make sure your live chat only works on your own website. In other words, websites which are not listed in this space will not be allowed to run your live chat.