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Options available to set on your environments.
How to set environment variables
If you specified type: docker in your project's peek.yml file, you have the ability to modify runtime environment variables for each of your project's environments. Depending on your code, some environment variables may be required for your application to boot up and/or behave correctly. On your team's Dashboard, click the Settings icon next to your project's name. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/eb4827004f14f000/screen-shot-20
How to measure distance between DOM elements in a FeaturePeek environment
Pro tip: By pressing the Option key (Alt key on Windows) within a running FeaturePeek environment, you can measure the pixel distance between DOM elements. Mouse over and click between different elements on the screen with the Option key held down for the guide lines to appear.
How to set an environment's entry path
The entry path is the initial route your environment's visitors will land on when reviewing your pull request on FeaturePeek. If your front-end changes only affect the appearance of your website's blog, then you can point the entry path to /blog in order to save your reviewers a click or two. This also updates the thumbnail in your team's Dashboard so that you can easily identify it among other open pull requests. The easiest way to set the entry path
How to restart an environment
Sometimes it's helpful to restart an environment – for example, when you recently edited a project's runtime environment variables. You can shut down a running environment by selecting "Pause" from an environment's ellipsis (...) menu. Shutting down the environment will kick out any reviewer currently looking at it, so be sure that no one on your team is doing anything important in that particular environment. !(https://storage.cri
How to set an environment to be public
Teams on the Business plan have the ability to set their projects and environments to be public. When an environment is public, anyone with the link to it can view it. Projects, and the environments within them, are private by default. You can easily tell whether an environment is public or private by toggling the lock icon on the heads-up display in the bottom-left of every running environment. You c