Troubleshooting Shopify Guides for Developers
Roll back to an older version of your theme
When you’ve made a change to your theme, you wish that it could meet your requirements the most. However, changing isn’t always good. Sometimes you change your theme file and realize that the older version is the better one. In that case, you need to roll back to an older version of your theme. In other words, the theme version will roll back to a time and date before it was changed. This instruction with full details will help you.
Find the problem in your theme code
If an HTML error found warning shows up after you made a change to your theme, there is must be some error that you need to fix. It would be extremely hard for you to find the HTML errors in the theme editor because there are so many different codes with tags and characters. This post provides you with the way to find the problem in your theme code fastly and accurately. Below is the detail.
Insert multiple files to your theme assets
After you’ve created an account in Shopify, you will have the default theme for your own. However, it is not always suitable for your online store. Hence, you expect to add the different themes for your shop. They can be seasonal versions or eye-catching versions to impress your customers and inspire them to shop on your store. This article will help you to insert multiple files to your theme assets. Follow some simple steps below.