Are you wanting your items to be different prices as in different currencies but the same value or are you looking for the price to be entirely different depending on the country even after the currency change?
The reason that I as is that the steps would be different for each option. If it's just that you want a different currency then I suggest a currency like one of these:
If it's that you need different prices entirely then you would need to go about it a little differently. First, you would have to create multiple products and then you could use an app like Locksmith which would allow you to hide certain products from certain countries.
For example, say you're selling Red Shirts. In Canada, you want to sell them for $10 in the USA you want to sell them for $15. You would then create two products and have the $10 hidden from the USA and the $15 shirt hidden from Canda. This would all be done using the app. Is that making sense?
Please let me know if that would work for you, and if not then let me know and I will look further into this for you.
The second question is possible but it really depends on who you're using for your suppliers, and for that, you will need to speak with them. Pixel's, for example, have multiple different warehouses for the same products and will figure shipping out for you, but if you're using completely different suppliers, you would need to actually have different products set up on your store.
I hope this helps to answer your question. If not then please let me know.
THANKS that helped a lot! Somethings seem to be missing something after the colon in your answer to my first question"...then I suggest a currency like one of these: ..." right?
An additional question: I would like to concentrate on Art Prints. On the product side, the customer should be able to choose between various art print sizes using a dropdown menu. The price must then adjust depending on the selected size. Which Shopify templates meet this requirement, or which feature should I pay attention to when selecting a theme?
AhHa! Good catch, you're right. The links did not appear. Let me re-share them with you:
There are a few more options in our Shopify App Store but these three are some of the more popular options. Have you looked into any of these yet?
As for your second question —
Oh, that is a feature that comes with all themes. All you would have to do would be to have what are called variants in the products in your store. Variants allow your customers to choose different versions of the initial product. Variants can mean different sizes, different colors or really any other option that you would want to make available to your customers. You can make or see variants in your Shopify Store Admin by going to Products and clicking on the product you want to have the different options.
However! Since you're dropshipping you cannot make the variants in the Shopify Admin. You would need to make them in the supplier and then import them to your Shopify store when you import the products to your Shopify store. The reason for this is that the SKU numbers connect your Shopify store to your supplier automatically.
SKU numbers are "Stock Keeping Units" and essentially organize every single version of your products including all of their variants.
If you made the variant in Shopify the SKU wouldn't know where it was supposed to send order information to. Does that make sense? I know SKU numbers and importing data can seem daunting so I don't want to overload you with too much information, but if you're not quite understanding please let me know and I will go into more detail.