Themes

  • Learn how to find, and install a theme for your store.

  • Upload Theme File From your Computer

    Uploading a theme file from your computer is one of the way to change the theme of your store. By default, your Shopify’s Themes page will be set up at the moment when you sign up for a Shopify account. Before you can change a different theme for your Shopify store, you will need to upload one to your admin page.

  • Add Free Theme From the Admin

    Beside adding themes by upload a theme file from your computer which I have shared in the previous post, you can use the free themes which are supported by Shopify. Below are some simple steps that I have prepared for you on how to add a free theme from the Shopify admin on Desktop, iPhone, and Android.

  • Buy Theme From Shopify Theme Store

    In the previous posts, I have shared with you two options for you to add a theme for your Shopify admin which are using a .zip file and use a free theme. Besides the two ways above, you can also buy a theme from the Shopify Theme Store. When purchasing a paid theme, you will need to pay for it before you can publish it to your store. But you can always experience that theme before really buying it.

  • Try Paid Theme

    You can try a paid theme to see how it will look like in your store, with your products, brand colors, and style, before you decided to make the commitment to buy that theme. You can make some changes by using the theme editor function when you preview a theme. All the changes you have made will be automatically saved once you purchase that theme. To help you to make the right decision, Shopify allows you to preview up to 19 themes to compare the differences between themes before decided to make a purchase.

  • Download Themes

    Because the limit of themes that you can add to your Shopify admin is 20, Shopify allows you to download themes to your computer. After you have downloaded the themes that you like, you can save them to upload later, make some changes to those themes by using the editor function on your computer, or create a theme’s backup.

  • Share Theme Preview With Others

    Before you decide to publish a new theme for your store, you might want to seek some feedback from others. By creating a preview link, you can share the access of a preview of the Shopify theme that you’ve added to your admin page, and they can send you some feedback to help you make the right decision. This link remains active for 14 days. After 14 days, you can create new links without affecting your old one.

  • Updated Shopify Theme

    This post is about How to Update Shopify Theme to new Version. On Shopify Theme Store, Shopify and third-party companies will sometimes release updated versions of the themes that they have published before. These versions often include bug fixes and new features which the old versions do not have.

  • Remove Unpublished Theme

    Below are some steps which I have prepared for you on how to remove an unpublished theme on Desktop, iPhone, and Android. In the Themes page in your Shopify admin page, the maximum number of themes you can add is 20. Because of this, you can remove some themes to make room for others.

  • How To Show Dynamic Checkout Buttons on Product Pages

    Dynamic checkout buttons are kind of shortcuts that customers can use to move directly to the checkout page without adding the products to the cart. By using these buttons, it is more time-saving and convenient for consumers to shop because they can choose the checkout method that they are familiar with. There is a note that for older versions of themes, you need to update them if you want to use dynamic checkout buttons. If you are using a theme from Shopify theme store, you can start the settings because it is currently available for all themes in store. After checking for theme version, let’s dive in how to show dynamic checkout buttons on product pages on Shopify.

  • Hide Dynamic Checkout Buttons on Product Pages

    Below are some steps that I have prepared for you on how to hide dynamic checkout buttons on product pages on Desktop, iPhone, and Android.

  • Review and Update Translation

    As a Shopify store owner, you need to know how to review and update a translation. Translation themes are now available on Shopify and they are convenient for any online store owners to use. Even though themes are mostly written in English, there remain some of them which contain over a language option. All the content in the online shops, including contact information, the descriptions of products, check-out and cart information are well translated when you use any themes. For themes possessing various languages, it is simple for you to change those theme languages. In case, the theme you choose does not own the languages you like, creating the translations by yourself is a must. Take note that you can have an active language on the online store.

  • View Paid Themes

    If you want to see all the sections and settings which are included in each theme or the tutorial on the right way to apply the feature of that theme, you can read it’s documentation. Fortunately, you can view any paid themes before buying them.

  • Hide Dynamic Checkout Buttons on Featured Product Section

    This post is about how to hide dynamic checkout buttons on a featured product section on Shopify. In the previous post, I have shown you the way to hide dynamic checkout buttons on product pages. After reading that post, I suppose that you have understood the upsides of the dynamic checkout buttons.

  • Show Dynamic Checkout Buttons on Featured Product Section

    A dynamic checkout button is a tool helping the customers to cut the order time and go directly to the checkout. After activating, based on theme settings and the device uses that it will appear next to or below the Add to cart button. For the unbranded button, if you click on Buy now, it will move straightly to the checkout page. Meanwhile, if you press on the branded button, it will allow you to pay the order by using the third-party checkout method, for example, PayPal or Apple Pay. In the previous writing, I have shown one way to enable this tool that I will discuss how to show dynamic checkout buttons on a featured product section on Shopify for next.

  • Test Dynamic Checkout Buttons on your Theme

    The types of dynamic checkout buttons which your customers will see on your Shopify store depends on various factors. You can test your dynamic checkout buttons on your theme to see all the combinations. But there is one thing that you must do before you test dynamic checkout buttons on your theme. It is making sure that all the buttons are being shown.

  • Search a Translation for Missing or Completed Fields

    Have you ever tried to change any translations for the language of your current theme on your online store on Shopify? If yes, there might be a number of arising problems that sometimes make you feel a little bit annoyed or grumbly, such as translation missing error.

  • Duplicate Themes

    Whenever you want to make changes to your themes, you’d better copy them first in case you have trouble in editing it and have to start again. It’s the perfect time for you to know how to duplicate themes on Shopify. Also, thanks to this post, it helps you make much easier to customize a theme. Please follow the guides below.

  • Edit Static Sections

    Before you start to gain knowledge about editing static sections on Shopify, I suggest that you should figure out what static sections really are. I will take you through it by a brief. Static sections are locations which are specific in your online store every single time. You can’t arrange it over and over again or remove it. There is nothing you can do but editing.

  • Find Theme

    A theme which integrates background image, sound, language, layout and color display is considered as “the face of the online store” on Shopify. Every customer visits your store, they will keep attention to the theme first. Hence, if it is impressed enough, they will be attracted and be inspired to buy your products. Therefore, you’d better have a suitable theme for your online shop. Here is a guide which helps you to find the right theme on Shopify:

  • Add Google Translate Widget

    As you might not know about, Google Translation widget is widely used to translate your websites quickly and easily. This can help you to reach your new audiences by allowing them to translate the website in their own languages in just one click. Now, for themes on Shopify, you had better take advantage of this useful tool from Google. You can insert a Google Translate widget to your online shop on Shopify and it will automatically translate your theme content into languages which are supported by the Google Translate. In this post, you will be instructed how to add a Google Translate widget to your online store on Shopify on Desktop, iPhone, and Android.

  • Add Dynamic Sections

    As you may know that the editor toolbar is separated into two different parts, which are the Sections and Themes Settings. For our purposes, our work related to the Sections part. Add Dynamic Sections on Page enables you to adjust the layout of your page to satisfy your needs.

  • Hide Dynamic Sections

    There are things like sometimes you may want to hide the dynamic sections of your store. The reasons for your doing maybe you do not want to display some of them on your online store, or perhaps there are some sections which are not completed, and you do not want to show them in public. For instance, in the change of the seasons, you have already created the sections for your new season collection, however, you decided to hide it until you start selling them.

  • Rearrange Dynamic Sections

    As you may have known that the editor toolbar is divided into two smaller bars which are Section and Theme setting. In order to adjust your content and display of your homepage and the other pages, you have to use sections by doing different activities like add, remove or rearrange the dynamic sections. Different themes have a different set of dynamic sections for you to choose from.

  • Remove Dynamic Sections

    The content of a dynamic section can be removed or the dynamic sections itself can be removed from the homepage. However, doing this only help you to delete the sections content but not that of your account. The products or collections will still exist in the admin page if you delete them from the sections. A deleted image in one section can still be added to the others.

  • Set the Social Sharing Image

    When you add a link from Facebook or Pinterest to your online store on Shopify, you can display a thumbnail image with your post. Just for you know, the displayed thumbnail pictures can be selected by setting the social sharing images.

  • Add Password

    Adding passwords protection for your online store is now available on any e-commerce platform and that on Shopify is not an exception. Creating a password for your store can help you manage your products and get things changed inside the store without affecting your customers. Or simply, sometimes, you prefer keeping your online store private for yourself and do not want anybody else to go to your page, even your customers. In fact, you can entirely restrict the customer’s access to your online store just by activating the password page. This kind of page is known as a landing page which you can add the password protection to the online shop. Interestingly, you can set a new password and give it to the customers whom you think you want them to be capable of seeing your online store.

  • Publish Theme from Admin

    A theme is a way your products appear to your customers when they visit your online store. You can create it in your style or choose one in the Shopify theme store. There are more than 20 themes that you can add to your store, but only one can be used at a time. You can easily practice it by following these steps because this topic is about how to publish a theme from the admin on Shopify.

  • Publish Themes from Theme Editor

    You may know about the steps to download a theme to your store on Shopify, but there is something that you want to change. For example, you do not like the default font that you want to adjust it to fit your taste and purpose. You can keep up with this topic to discover the guideline about publishing themes from the theme editor on Shopify.

  • Show Dynamic Checkout Buttons For Some Products but Not for Others

    An alternate template is a duplicate of theme code template. When you edit this template, it will not affect the original ones. Because of this, you can create an alternate, if you want to show dynamic checkout buttons for some product but not for others.

  • Remove Password Protection From Online Store

    Shopify is an e-commerce platform which can allow you to begin, develop and manage your own business, especially the online one. On this platform, you can see that there are a great number of Shopify functions that can bring both the store owners and even their customers with interesting experiences. One of the greatest Shopify functions is the way that it helps to secure your online shop by letting you set up your own password protection. However, you can always remove that password protection from your online store if you feel like it’s necessary. If you can add password protection to your online store on Shopify, then it is not hard to remove it from your online store on the same e-commerce platform.

  • Edit Password Page Settings

    You need to know how to edit your password page if you’re a Shopify store owner. A password page is set up to help reduce the number of people who are daily accessing your online store on Shopify. Enabling a password page is one of the best ways to restrict the flow of customers visiting your online shop. You can even create a new password and then give it to the specific number of customers whom you want them to be capable of visiting your own store. If you already know the way to add password protection to or to remove it from your online store, then it is time to show you how to edit your password page setting on Shopify on Desktop, iPhone, and Android. In this part, your content which is shown on the password page, including colors, text, and typography can be successfully updated and edited.

  • Add Google Maps API Key to Theme

    In the themes provided by Shopify, there are a lot of them have a map section. Adding a map section to your homepage enables you to show the location of your business. However, in order to add a Google map API to the themes on Shopify, you have to register it first. This is the writing on how to add your Google Maps API key to your theme on Shopify. Please read carefully and follow my instruction step by step.

  • Remove Content From Dynamic Section

    From the other writing on how to remove a dynamic section on Shopify, we have learned that the content of a dynamic section can be removed or the dynamic sections itself can be removed from the homepage. So today writing will provide you with the guideline on how to remove content from a dynamic section on Shopify. Please read and follow my detailed instruction.

  • Hide Footer on Password Page

    Have you tried function of setting password or removing it on your online store on Shopify? If yes, we would like to hear from you how you feel about that. In fact, on the password page on Shopify, there are a lots functions that can be discovered. Hiding the footer on your password page is one of them.

  • Hide Store Name on Password Page

    In this article, you are going to be instructed how to hide your store name on your password page on Shopify with just several easy steps to follow. As a merchant, you need to know there remains lots of things that can be used to edit the password page on Shopify. Besides adding password protection to the online store, you can remove this password from your online store, edit the password page settings, hide the footer on the password page, etc.

  • Edit the Code Templates for Password Page

    In this writing, you will be shown how to edit the code templates for your password page on Shopify on Desktop, iPhone, and Android. There are some situations that when you like to customize the functions which are not available in your theme settings, you can get the code of password page edited.

  • Add Alt Text to Theme Image

    In this writing, you will be taught how to add alt text to theme image on Shopify on Desktop, iPhone, and Android. In addition, you can add alt text to the product pictures on your Shopify Admin.

  • Choose Language for Theme

    Can you choose a language for a specific theme on Shopify? Choosing a language for the themes for any e-commerce platforms is quite important and that on Shopify is not an exception. Even though the Shopify themes are written in English, there are some of them having more than one language selection. Those themes consist of the translation of all text content in your online shop, including contact information, descriptions, cart, and checkout information. Interestingly, you can easily change your theme language for themes that have multiple languages.

  • Create Translation for Theme

    Some merchants think that you don’t need to know how to create a translation for your theme on Shopify. It’s understandable because nowadays, due to the fact that every Shopify theme is set in English, some of them also have over one language option. Themes on the platform always have the translations of the content in your store, ranging from contact information, cart, product descriptions, and check-out information. Basically, you can easily change theme languages yourself if your themes have multiple languages.

  • Add Favicon

    You might be surprised at the word favicon. Well, this word sounds interesting since it is combined between the word favorites and icon. Favorites icon or a favicon is known as a small logo or square appearing next to your web address. You can easily find favicons on the browser tabs and on the browser pages listing the web addresses like the book mage page.Adding a favicon can aid in boosting your brand online. In this writing, you will be shown how to add a favicon to Shopify store on Shopify on Desktop, iPhone, and Android.

  • Register a Google Maps API Key

    Interestingly, you can insert a map section into the theme to help show the place of your online business. There are many free themes on Shopify including a map section you can entirely add to the home page. Regarding the map display, you might have to register a Google Maps API key and then add them to the map section settings from the theme editor. In this writing, you will be introduced some simple and easy steps on how to register a Google Maps API key.

  • Change Language in Themes

    Not only from Shopify, but also all of the shop owners in this world would love to expand their business as they sell their products to others diversified types of customers, such as foreigners. But along with the advantages of it, there will be struggles when the customers do not speak the default language in your store. In that situation, you will need to change the language in themes for Shopify store, as known as the language in your store.

  • Edit Theme Code

    If you want to make a detailed adjustment for your online shop, you can edit Shopify theme code, which includes HTML, CSS and JavaScript files. Remember, we have a post about how to edit HTML on Shopify, read the article to learn the process of doing it. Coding is quite complicated and it can affect the whole page of your store that it is recommended that you should know about it before practicing these steps. For more information, follow this topic to know how to edit Shopify theme code.

  • Add Social Media Icons on Shopify store

    To be a successful Shopify store owner, you must have a brilliant entrepreneurial mindset. Therefore, it is crucial to consider the utilization of social media to develop that. And for sure, you must wonder how to add social media icons on the Shopify store.

  • Edit HTML Code

    Welcome to this article about how to edit HTML in Shopify. In the beginning, I will briefly introduce what HTML is and its importance to your online shop. In simple terms, HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language used to create a web page, on a website may contain many pages and each page is referred to as an HTML document. HTML is a hypertext markup language, so it will play the role of building hypertext structure on a website or declaring digital files (media) such as images, videos, music. It can be said that if the website is a complete body, HTML is the skeleton of the body. Therefore, editing HTML for your online store on Shopify is extremely important. Below is a detailed tutorial to help you do this. How to edit HTML Code on Shopify 1. What programming language does Shopify use? 2. How to edit HTML and CSS files In Shopify? Step 1: Go to Theme Step 2: Select Edit code Step 3: Choose the file Step 4: Click Save Step 5: Go to Add a new asset Step 6: Create a file 3. Edit Shopify theme using HTML and CSS 3.1. Custom CSS 3.2. Customize code and template modifications 3.3. Edit your theme code 4. Final words 1. What programming language does Shopify use? Programming languages are considered powerful supporters for web designers and web operators. This is no exception for online shop owners of the Shopify e-commerce platform. To be able to build a store and develop it on Shopify, you should know about the Shopify uses programming language. Visit our post What programming language does Shopify use? now to understand more about these programming languages. You might be wondering why do you need more than one programming language? I am very pleased to explain this. Each programming language has its own strengths and meets a certain array. They give the best performance but cannot perfect them all. It is a simple explanation to help you understand why there are many different programming languages. Therefore, you need to be knowledgeable about the many different programming languages that Shopify uses in order to optimize your store. This will contribute a significant part in building customer trust. 2. How to edit HTML and CSS files In Shopify? Step 1: Go to Theme Make sure that you’ve logged in your Shopify account. Afterward, tap on the Online Store section on the left of your admin page and go to Theme. Step 2: Select Edit code You are in the Theme page now. There is a list of all the themes you have. What you need to do is tap on the Actions button next to the theme’s name you want to edit. Select Edit code in the drop-down list. Step 3: Choose the file There are lots of HTML and CSS files on the left sidebar. Take a view of them and choose the file you expect it to be edited. Step 4: Click Save After you complete making changes to the file, click Save to save all of them. Step 5: Go to Add a new asset Besides editing an HTML/CSS file, you can add a new one also. In order to do this, you go to the Assets directory and select Add a new asset. Step 6: Create a file You will have two options to create a file: If you’ve already had a file on your computer and want to upload it. You can choose to Upload a file and tap on Browse. A new dialog will be shown to let you select the file from your computer. Afterward, click Upload asset to have it done.

  • Add Shop Now Button in Shopify Store

    For sure, when you have already launched an online store on the Shopify platform, you might have to Add “Shop Now” Button in Your Shopify Store. This task is very crucial since you will have to show it to your customers, and it will decide on their possibility of them placing an order or not.

  • Customize Shopify Themes

    Setting up an online store is always considered a pivotal role in eCommerce business growth. On many occasions, it could be so complicated if the website administrator has no idea about coding, design, customization and web administration. However, modifying online store themes has never been easier with Shopify - one of the most common e-commerce platforms, serving a beginner-friendly environment and a user interface that makes things turn out much more simple for you to manage your webstore.

  • Add a Logo to Shopify Store on all page

    Add a logo to Shopify store is one of the biggest questions from any store owners who are about to lay the foundation for their own online business.

  • Shopify Payment Icons

    Have you ever heard of one of the most favorite additional tools that the users can embed to their Shopify stores: Payment Icons?

  • Remove Shopify Payment Icons from Store Footer

    This writing about how to remove Shopify payment icons from store footer, which will match your preference and make you satisfy if you find the icons inappropriate and want to remove it from the footer of your store page. If you want to know how to hide footer on your password page, we have an article about that as well. Many people including store owners and their customers feel uncomfortable with payment icons. This may be because they consume a lot of web page space or the display of them is excessive or because they negatively impact the customer experience. Therefore, let follow this simple instruction to remove Shopify payment icons. How to remove Shopify Payment Icons from Store Footer 1. What are Shopify payment icons? 2. Why does Shopify add these icons to their themes? 3. How to edit Shopify payment icons from the footer Option 1: Edit the code for the payment icons Option 2: Add custom payment icons 4. Remove Shopify payment icons from the footer Step 1: Go to the Themes section Step 2: Choose Customize theme Step 3: Go to the Footer section Step 4: Uncheck the checkbox Step 5: Save Summary

  • Change Shopify theme

    This article is a detailed guide for you on how to change theme in Shopify. Wishing to attract more customers at first sight when they visit online stores, many shop owners want to be able to replace their current theme with a better one. An ideal theme will be a theme that is not only beautiful and eye-catching but also suitable for the store in terms of color, style, and spirit. Hence, it will be great if you want to change the Shopify theme and use another unique theme for Shopify store. This will satisfy both you and your clients because it makes Shopify store look better and more professional. Let me take you through some useful and informative content below to change theme. How to change theme in Shopify 1. What is a Shopify theme? 2. How to change Shopify theme? Step 1: Navigate to the Theme Dashboard Step 2: Find your new Theme Step 3: Publish your new Theme Your content is Safe when changing Theme 3. How to Upgrade Shopify Theme? Step 1: Download Upgraded Theme to your Shopify Store Step 2: Preview New Theme to Ensure ALL features are working Step 3: Fix Items on your Issues List Step 4: Backup your Live Theme Step 5: Publish and Quality check 4. How to Change Your Theme - Acquiring New Themes 4.1. Purchase a free or premium theme from the Shopify theme Store 4.2. Upload a theme you purchased elsewhere 5. Types of Shopify theme 5.1. Shopify theme store 5.2. Premium theme outside Shopify 5.3. Free vs Premium theme: Which one to choose? 6. What to look for in a good Shopify theme? 6.1. Design 6.2. Layout 6.3. Mobile Responsiveness 6.4. Features 7. What will happen after changing your Shopify theme? 7.1. Changes made via Customize 7.2. Look and feel changes 7.3. Content changes 7.4. Shopify app changes 8. Summary 1. What is a Shopify theme?

  • Add Adsense to Shopify

    Google AdSense is so popular for any online sellers because of its advantages. Among one of the most effective methods to drive more traffic, the Google AdSense is outstanding to advertise without third-party products or services. The Shopify store owners can make their own advertising programs that can help them earn money.

  • Edit Checkout Page In Shopify

    Online customers who are coming to any online shops will come back by multiple factors. Checkout page is one of the most important roles to improve customer satisfaction and let them back to the online shops. In the Shopify marketplace, the Checkout page will be the end of the purchasing process. Therefore, it is necessary for any Shopify store owners to have a professional online process in Checkout page.

  • Put Shopify store Under Construction

    With the eCommerce industry growing by nearly 23% year by year, more and more consumers go shopping online than ever before. So, if you start marketing to your target audience after launching, you could end up like other eCommerce stores fighting to get above that 2% average conversion rate while struggling to grow traffic.

  • What Programming Language Does Shopify use

    If you are about to or already run a Shopify store, then you must sometimes wonder what programming language does Shopify uses. The understanding of this fact can help them make the most out of this fantastic eCommerce platform.

  • Backup Shopify theme

    If you are opening a store on Shopify, there would be times when you need to choose a new theme or adjust a theme’s code for your store’s design. It is highly recommended that you should back up your Shopify themes before you jump into any other actions to your current theme.

  • Create a Landing Page

    SEO landing pages are designed to naturally show up in the listings of an organic search engine. They are commonly known for the ability to bring better conversion rates than directing all traffic to the home page only. Why? Because you cannot force visitors to look at the information they are not looking for, meanwhile landing pages can bring people directly to the content they need. But that’s not enough when it comes to the benefits of landing pages.

  • Remove Powered by Shopify from your Shopify store

    We all know that Shopify is a popular eCommerce platform that has a reputation for offering qualified business for merchants. However, when there is a Powered by Shopify on a online store, some merchants don’t like that thing and want to find the way to get rid of it. Because they consider doing that method is a quick way to get your eCommerce site looking a bit more professional and there is no reason to confuse the website visitors with a brand that’s not theirs.

  • Add About us page in Shopify

    For many brands in general and for Shopify stores in particular, an “About Us” page is considered to be an important page that brings the content with a wide variety of roles from improving organic search marketing to display and show what your brand stands for. That’s why many of online business owners want to add an About Us page for their own store, which can take you a lot of time as well.

  • How to Add Fonts to Shopify Theme

    According to the Nielsen/Norman analysis, online visitors can just read about 28% of the content on a page. Moreover, almost of them just spend an average of 15 seconds on a website. That is the reason why they need to invest in the ways these words or blogging are expressed such as fonts.

  • To add affiliate links to your Shopify store

    To build trust with customers and increase sales, adding affiliate links to your Shopify store is a smart choice. There is no denying that we live in an ever-growing and changing affiliate marketing market. Affiliate Marketing started growing from the 90s of the last century. In 2017, it accounted for 15% of the entire digital advertising market. The value of the US market is expected to grow to US $7 billion by 2020. Do you really understand Affiliate Marketing and Affiliate links? The following article will clarify these two concepts and guide you how to add affiliate links to your Shopify store.

  • To Add A Quickview to Shopify Store

    Quickview is a popular e-commerce feature used by about half of the top 50 U.S. e-commerce websites, according to Baymard. However, although this is a feature you see a lot of, but if added incorrectly, it will become useless. You need to add Quickview properly to get the best effect.

  • Add Sliders in Shopify

    While the Internet is getting ubiquitous, there are many online stores that have been mushrooming and are developing their booming businesses. Therefore, the online marketplace has currently been more competitive, along with websites vie with each other to help grab customers’ attention.

  • Add Products to Drop-down Menu in Shopify

    Drop-down menus are considered to be a valuable navigational tool for many eCommerce and other sites. People all agree that customers will navigate more quickly and effectively with a well-designed drop-down menu.

  • Shopify blog featured image size

    If you have started a blog on the Shopify platform, then you must wonder What the best size for featured images on the Shopify blog is. Well, this question is popular since you have tried hard to create good content and present it appropriately.

  • Install Shopify theme

    As we all agree, interface selection is an essential thing when you have registered an account and built a store on Shopify’s eCommerce platform. Wishing to attract more customers at first sight when they visit online stores is what many store owners want to have for their stores. So, having a theme that is not only beautiful and eye-catching but also suitable for the store in terms of color, style, and spirit is a necessary thing to do. Also, adding a theme for a Shopify store must be the thing that retailers should be fluent in.

  • About Us page templates & examples

    About Us Page on Shopify is a supporting page which is considered the first creator for the website, no matter what industry is.

  • Build a Shopify theme from scratch

    When you engage in the online business, and the Shopify platform; you may want to know How to build a Shopify theme from scratch. Well, you will find an answer here in our article. So please do not go anywhere.

  • Shopify Theme Detector- Find out what Shopify theme a website is using

    Are you looking for Shopify Theme Checker? You are in the right place. Have you seen any Shopify site or store and wondered what kinds of Shopify themes are used to develop it? Then, you are not alone. Currently, thousands of online merchants are trying to detect the site themes on a regularly and on a few types of website systems. Shopify is not different, and with Shopify Theme Detector, you can type the URL of your Shopify websites you see, and you will be shown clearly on how to find out what Shopify theme a store is using.