Sometimes you need to let your customers customize a product before checkout on your Shopify store. Maybe you offer monograms, or you need to let customers upload a file, or you want to let them choose from other custom options.
There are plenty of apps that can do this, but apps are expensive and they bloat your store by adding extra scripts and slowing down your site.
Video tutorial (full written tutorial with all code below)
In this tutorial, I'll show how you offer extensive customizations to your products on Shopify. Check out the example below to see what's possible.
Adding a wholesale area to your Shopify store is easy, and it doesn't require an expensive app. Just copy and paste a bit of code and you're all set!
This tutorial will help you set up a wholesale section in your Shopify store. This means that you'll be able to make certain products, collections, and pages locked down so that only customers that you've approved as wholesalers will have access to them.
This method uses Shopify's existing customer accounts feature--just tag the customer accounts who you've approved and they'll be able to access your wholesale products, collections, and pages.
Watch the video below to see how to install this wholesale feature. All of the code you'll need is in the tutorial below.
Most people are not going to subscribe to your email list by using the little form in your site's footer or sidebar. This is especially true if you don't offer an incentive for people to subscribe. The fastest way to quickly build up your email list is to drive quality traffic to a landing page that offers a good reason for the visitor to subscribe (like a newsletter, free email course, or discount code), and features a big signup form that they simply can't ignore.
An "accordion" is a great way to display the FAQ to your ecommerce store, since it allows the user to quickly and easily browse your FAQ without much scrolling. And luckily, it's simple and easy to add one to your store!
If you are using the Minimal theme and want to add tabs to your product pages, I'll show you exactly how in this tutorial. A few months ago, I published a tutorial on how to add tabs to your product pages in Shopify, and I've had a number of people comment on that post saying that they were having problems adding the tabs to the Minimal theme. After doing some research, I found that the Minimal theme already has the support for tabs built in, so in this tutorial I'll show you how to take advantage of that feature in Minimal and add tabs to your own product pages.
Adding tabs to your product pages is not difficult--all you have to do is copy and paste a little code here and there. There are two different ways of adding tabs, depending on how you want them to function, so continue reading about the two methods below.
Some of the tutorials here at Ecommerce Pulse require you to edit the CSS for your Shopify theme. If you're not a web developer, you may not be sure how to edit this, so this post will simply show you where to go to find it. 1. Log in to your Shopify Admin. 2. In the sidebar on the left, click on "Online Store." 2. You'll be on the "Themes" page by default. Click on the "..." button for your currently published theme, then click "Edit HTML/CSS." 3. On the left side, scroll down to the Assets folder, then click on...
Creating two columns of text on a page in your Shopify store is not difficult. You'll need to edit a bit of code, but no coding experience is necessary--I'll walk you through each step.