Open the Checkout App on your Dashboard.
Now open the Settings tab, which you can find in the left navigation bar and click on the name of your store (which you specified during registration).
Here you can upload a logo of your choice and confirm by clicking open.
You can also adjust the colours and style - to do so, select the Settings tab in the left navigation bar and click color and style.
Here you can now adjust all settings regarding the color and style of your checkout. For example, you can choose whether buttons and fields should have round, half-round or square corners. You can also change the colours of backgrounds, texts and border lines (1.). To change a color you can either move the mouse over the color bar and/or the color area, or enter a color code (this is especially useful if you have to adhere to a certain corporate design and therefore want to hit the right shade exactly). Once you're done, it's important that you apply the design so that it shows up in the checkout (just make sure the switch button is enabled (2.). Finally, press Done (3.).
You can now preview your checkout design by clicking on your business in the left navigation bar.
For a full review of the changes in the checkout, please click Open in the top right navigation bar. The payment link should now open in a new tab, so you can see your design in full window size. Alternatively, you can use the three-dot-menu to copy the link and open it in the browser of your choice.
If you are not happy with your results yet, you can always go back and make further adjustments. Once you have pressed Close and refreshed the page with the payment link, your changes should become visible (if not, please try clearing your browser cache).
Having trouble figuring out which color field changes what?
The following examples will help you quickly figure out how it works:
(Both color definitions are only visible if a logo has been uploaded. In the other case, background color and separator color are taken from the page option).
(Link = The colors in which links are displayed, such as links to privacy policies or promotional consent).
(Disabled = the color a button has when it is not clickable, e.g. because mandatory fields have not yet been filled in).