Hi everyone, I am trying to assist a friend in setting up her Shopify page. She sells items that can be customized by the buyer choice. For example: Item A has 3 variants, As Is, Add Name and Add Quo...
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I can tell you for sure you can upload images of 300 dpi or more to Shopify. None of the images on my site are less than 300 dpi and are all high resolution.  But, back to what I was trying to get across in the original reply. The pixel size is fine ...
Then it is likely the code snippet itself that is the issue. I don't use the same theme as you, so it's more difficult to troubleshoot the code snippet. I am unsure exactly how your theme sets up and references the nav bar submenu items. The only oth...
@Corucent It doesn't go at the bottom of the header.liquid.  Option 1) Start at the top of the page in header.liquid, and scroll slowly down until you see the <style> tag opener, paste the initial code provided directly under that tag. Save, then che...
By "Drop down menu" do you mean the accordion options such as materials, dimensions, care etc? If you are going to the theme and adding the information directly into those boxes (see image below), then it will be universal across all products that us...
If you are comfortable with following a step by step youtube guide, this guy shows how to add a collapsible description. I presume the same concepts would apply to adding the additional accordions you're looking for as well.
What is the natural size (pixels x pixels and dpi) of the image? Was this image made through some design program such as Photoshop or Gimp? I can only speak to the settings in Photoshop as I have never used Gimp, but if you chose any of the blank pre...
@Corucent The code provided above needs to be placed inside the <style></style> tagging. You should be able to find the start of the <style> tag near the top of the header.liquid file. Ex: <style> .site-header .site-nav .menu-item-has-children .sub-...
Check out this video, it might be what you're looking for. 
If you filled in the text on the theme itself, then yeah, its gonna all be the same regardless of which product page you're on.  See Image below: Perhaps a better approach would be through adding a meta field to each product for each piece of informa...
You probably need to make them individual products rather than variants of the same product. This way each different product can have its own listing and description.
The items you are looking to remove are in your theme settings, not the product description or bulk editor. To turn these off:Click on Online StoreClick on ThemesClick "Customize" for your current active themeAt the top center of the page that loads,...
Have you tried setting up a free shipping code discount in Shopify? You can set it up to apply free shipping when the order exceeds a specific dollar amount. For example, if you want to let the customer receive free shipping on orders over $75NZD the...
You should be able to find it in Settings > Billing > Statement of Charges. You can only go back 90 days, but if you check it often, you should be able to get an accurate dollar amount by the end of the year.
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