Having trouble figuring out how to get my products listed under my collections.

ClintonRides
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Thank you all for taking a minute to help me. I think my problem is a single click away, but I have been messing around for weeks and still can't get my products arranged under the categories I want. Here is the best way I can explain what I am trying to solve for.
1.) I would like the section "EBike", that I have created in my top navigation bar to bring my customer to a page that has the collections of Ebikes brands I carry. In the way that they are now on my landing page. I want them nested inside that "Ebike" link, and not splayed out on the landing page. If I click "Ebikes", it brings me to my collections. If I click on any collection. It just refreshes the page. I have all the products categories matching? 
2.) I can not figure out how to get all of the product listings I have created to show up under any specific category. Say for instance. I would like a customer to Click. "Ebike" at the top. It opens to a page of the 6 brands I carry. Then, when they click that a brand say "JackRabbit" for instance. I would like it to take them to the items I have already classified as JackRabbit products, and no other ones.
As it stands now, they are all just on my home page, in the huge, unorganized directory. 
I am filling out all of the product information in a way that seems to be correct, but must not be. Or I am missing something?Screenshot 2024-05-19 at 3.43.37 PM.png

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Greta
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Hi, @ClintonRides!

 

Thanks for posting in the Shopify Community, I'm happy to look into this with you. 

 

For your navigation question, you will want to ensure that you are creating a dropdown menu in your store's header. The menu can be formatted like so: Ebikes > Ebike collections (links to the page with the different types/brands of ebikes). You can add collections to the page for your customers to click on, or you can add the different collections to the dropdown menu directly. I recommend checking out this help document for the exact steps for creating a dropdown menu! You can also check out this page for additional information on how menus work on Shopify.

 

I see from the screenshot that it does look like your products are divided into proper categories, which is great! Grouping your products into collections makes it easier for customers to find products by category. If you don't want all of your collections to show up on your homepage, you can edit your homepage to remove the "Collections" section. 

 

Please let me know if you have any other questions and I would be happy to assist!

Greta | Shopify 
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ClintonRides
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Thank you.  Here are some screenshots. I think they align with the correct way to do this. However, no matter what I click on my home page collections. It just refreshes. Thanks again. I really appreciate the help. Please advise what you think I am doing wrong here?

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ClintonRides
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I just "opened" the store, so you can better see what I am dealing with. I will "close" it back up after you have a moment to see what I am dealing with. Most importantly, thank you for your help.

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ClintonRides
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