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How to display different text instead of Quantity on certain products

CreatieWilder
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 I'm looking to change the text from 'Quantity' to 'Quantity per 1/2 M' to display only on Product Types: Fabric. 

 

I've found code to do this via a new product page however would like to keep this on the current product page using 'if/else if' statements.

 

Is this possible I've got it working below the checkout area but want this to replace the current 'Quantity' text for when the product type is Fabric.

 

https://lamazi-test.myshopify.com/products/paisley-polka-dot-blue-soft-viscose-crepe-fabric

password: lamazi23

 

 

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Elias
Shopify Staff
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This is an accepted solution.

Greetings, @CreatieWilder.

 

Thank you for reaching out and posting this question!

 

I understand that you're looking to change the quantity text on the product page for your fabrics, and you were able to do this using a new product page template. We do recommend creating a template and applying the template to the fabric products,  as this is also the recommended solution for allowing pre-orders for products. In addition, this method allows you to easily adjust the templates for your products using bulk template changes

 

It is also possible to custom code a solution using "if/else if" variables if this is something you'd prefer. However, depending on how comfortable you are working with coding languages (eg. HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Liquid), you may want to consider hiring a developer to assist you with this. If you need help finding a developer, then I'd recommend taking a look at our directory of certified developers on Shopify Experts

 

That being said, I've also taken the opportunity to look over your store and I think you're off to a great start! While you haven't uploaded any images or products to the sections on the homepage, I can see that you've prepared a nice variety of sections. Since removing the "Powered by Shopify" message can help make your store look more professional, would this be something that interests you?

 

Also, have you considered using something like Shopify Inbox to interact with customers on your store? 

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Elias
Shopify Staff
2913 285 500

This is an accepted solution.

Greetings, @CreatieWilder.

 

Thank you for reaching out and posting this question!

 

I understand that you're looking to change the quantity text on the product page for your fabrics, and you were able to do this using a new product page template. We do recommend creating a template and applying the template to the fabric products,  as this is also the recommended solution for allowing pre-orders for products. In addition, this method allows you to easily adjust the templates for your products using bulk template changes

 

It is also possible to custom code a solution using "if/else if" variables if this is something you'd prefer. However, depending on how comfortable you are working with coding languages (eg. HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Liquid), you may want to consider hiring a developer to assist you with this. If you need help finding a developer, then I'd recommend taking a look at our directory of certified developers on Shopify Experts

 

That being said, I've also taken the opportunity to look over your store and I think you're off to a great start! While you haven't uploaded any images or products to the sections on the homepage, I can see that you've prepared a nice variety of sections. Since removing the "Powered by Shopify" message can help make your store look more professional, would this be something that interests you?

 

Also, have you considered using something like Shopify Inbox to interact with customers on your store? 

Elias | Social Care @ Shopify 
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