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Absolutely, with just a couple lines of code you can add this functionality.  Firstly navigate to slideshow.liquid by going to Online Store, clicking the three dots next to Customize and selecting Edit code. Here you can search for slideshow.liquid o...
This can't be changed via the Shopify backend, however with a little custom code you can add your own title and description.  In Theme.liquid you will find the following code near the top of the page   <title> {{ page_title }} {%- if c...
Without getting into custom code, you could add a new block to the footer. Through Online Store, Customize in the right hand panel select the footer and then +Add Block. Here you can add an additional menu which you would need to create in Online Sto...
Under the Recent changes heading there is a drop down menu if you click on Current, here it will have an historical list of snapshots from previous saves you can revert back to.  Hope this helps
Without custom code, you could achieve something similar by adding a multi column section. You are able to add images and links to each column using the default setup, so although not perfect it would replicate the idea using the theme editor only.  ...
Yes you can do this, the metafield you create is accessible by any product but the data can be specific to each product.  If you need help implementing this, we can help you achieve that. Just send us a message on here or contact us via our website. 
You can achieve this by using metafields and a collapsible row.   First navigate to Settings, Custom Data and select Products, you can then click Add Definition. For example a definition with a name of Size and a type of Multi line text. This will en...
Hi Pete,  Have you tried this using the edit email templates and it didn't work? If so try removing the order. from the declarations as this isn't required. There is more info available at the documentation link below.  https://help.shopify.com/en/ma...
You should find it in the snippets folder.
Yes, you want to replace the code below (which is around line 160) with the updated version above. <a href="{{ routes.account_register_url }}"> {{ 'customer.login_page.create_account' | t }} </a>Let me know if you need any more help
Congratulations on getting up and running with your store, scaling can be difficult so give yourself a pat on the back for getting this far. With that said, I'd be happy to help look for improvements. If you could share your store URL and some links ...
Axel  I'd love to work with you on this, we specialise in improvements and optimisations both in terms of code and business development. Feel free to reach out on here via message or using the link to our site below.  Speak soon, Simon 
Depending on the theme you're using, you should have a cart-notification.js in the assets folder. You can then comment out the open function using /* and */ to stop this pop-up, please see example below.   /*open() { this.notification.classList....
If this is on a product page, you can find the code in main-product.liquid or similar. 
You can use something like the following  <input class="customer button" type="button" onclick="location.href='{{ routes.account_register_url }}'" value="{{ 'customer.login_page.create_account' | t }}"> 
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