The ‘Settings’ tab is placed at the end to let you make some additional tweaks to your checkout pages like adding a header, footer, custom CSS, etc.
Here’s how it looks:
You’ll see the three tabs here:
You can override the global settings to perform tracking and analytics at the checkout page level.
For example, when a user views a page, initiate checkout, adds payment information, and more.
Take a look:
The next tab you’ll see is the ‘Custom Scripts’ tab.
In this tab, you’ll be able to insert scripts to design the header and footer of your checkout page.
Then comes the ‘Custom CSS’ tab.
Under this tab, you can add Custom CSS scripts that apply locally to this checkout page only.
As you make the modifications in these tabs, hit the ‘Save changes’ button to save your settings.
This was all about the Checkout settings section in WooFunnels.