Adding products to different pages is a great way to cross-sell to your customers and display your newest or best-selling items. If your current theme doesn’t support embed products section or collection section on the homepage, you can customize the Shopify theme to enable this feature.
Want to find out more about buttons on Shopify? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, you will learn to add the Shopify buy button, add to cart button, dynamic checkout buttons, confiture social sharing, and more. We provide the information step-by-step – check it out!
Learn to manage all the Shopify product details: title and description, videos, and images at the product page, pricing and shipping settings, product types and tags, collections, and vendors. All of these and even more you will find in this detailed instruction. Improve user experience and sales of your products with the help of the best tips from our Shopify experts.
Long-awaited Magento 2.4 has been officially released on 28 July 2020. We can already discuss whether it meets the expectations of the community. Some developers claim that Magento 2.4 has become the biggest bug fixing release ever. Let’s check out the key highlights and look through the most interesting new features.
In your Shopify store, you can add, display and edit different product variants. This article will provide you with all the information you need to configure custom variants, exceed default capabilities to add more variants and options, hide them if necessary and show variants as separate products. Improve your store with the proven-to-work tips from the BelVG developers!
The topic of this article is Shopify header configuration. We briefly discuss the typical website page structure and then move to the main configuration steps: adding logo and changing Shopify logo size, header menu, announcement bar, creating a sticky header either including an announcement bar or excluding it. As a bonus, we are going to tell how you can edit Shopify header via code template. Let’s get started!
The main menu of your store can navigate your customers to any page on your site, such as product pages, collection pages, store policies and blog posts. It commonly appears as a list of items across the header or in the sidebar. The location of the menu and its appearance usually depend on the theme that you use, but it also can be fully customized.
On August 31, 2007 the first public version of Magento was introduced. Soon the SouceForge Community called it “The best new open source product”. In a few years Magento became one of the most popular ecommerce platforms. In this article we will tell you about Magento, why the number of developers and merchants who chose it increases, and what are the differences between the various releases. After reading this article you will be able to decide if it fits your business needs.
Want to make sure your customers can find any information they need? Footer is one of the most significant components as it serves for webstore navigation, contact information, valuable resources such as social links. Here, you will learn how to remove “Powered by Shopify” sign and edit it to meet any user’s needs. Footer can have a higher impact on users than any other part of a page. Let’s get started!
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