In this post, we show you how to synchronise your Shopify store through the Multi-Channel Integration Platform (MIP). To do this, you should have created an account on Shopify. If you don’t have one, create one using this link. It is important that you do so using the link above so that we can track …
Below, we show you the first steps you should follow in your Shopify store before you start selling. Configuring payment methods in Shopify To configure payment methods in the Shopify platform, you have to access the “Settings” section of the store located in the lower-left section of the store’s homepage. In the “Settings” section, access …
The Shopify store themes come with some sections configured by default. These sections can be modified, moved, deleted or even added to, if the installed theme allows it.
One of the first actions you must perform in your store is to complete the legal texts. To do this, access the “Preferences” section on the Shopify control panel.
To configure payment methods on the Shopify platform, you must access the “Settings” section of your store which is located in the lower-left section.
When creating a new Shopify store, a domain of the name store-name.myshopify.com is created by default. In the “Store-name” section, Shopify uses the name of the store which was inserted when the store was created.
You can configure the title and meta description of your store from the “Preferences” section which appears in the drop-down menu on the left under “Online store”.
Shopify allows you to create posts (entries) and display them in your online store. To create a post, you need to access the “Blog posts” section that can be found in the “Online Shop” menu.
From the “General” section within the settings for the Shopify store, you can adjust the following settings:
Some Shopify themes allow currency configuration within the store and, at the same time, they automatically convert the default store currency to the one selected by the customer for their store.