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Shopify Compatible Payments

on Jun 27, 2024

1. Payment options: What works best for You? This guide explains how payment compatibility works with the Eurus Theme, covering various scenarios depending on eligibility for Shopify Payments. # If Your Store is… Supported payment methods 1 … eligible for Shopify Payments All the payment methods that Shopify Payments support. Third-party payment gateways are integrated through private or public apps available on the Shopify App Store. 2 … not eligible for Shopify Payments Third-party payment gateways are integrated through private or public apps available on the Shopify App Store. How to know if my store is eligible for Shopify payments? Your bank account must meet certain criteria to receive payouts from Shopify Payments: Your business is located in a supported country. Your business type and products aren't prohibited. You comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and the Shopify Payments terms and conditions for your country and industry. 2. How to display the payment icon on my store? To build customer confidence, Eurus automatically displays the icons of the Shopify Payments methods you've activated. This helps shoppers see their preferred option right away. a) Activate Payment Methods:  Ensure the payment methods you want to display are activated in your Shopify admin. b) Steps to add Payment icons for Eurus Theme: Step 1: Go to the Theme Editor Step 2: Choose the Footer section. Step 3: Check the Show payment icons checkbox. Step 4: Click Save. 📍 Note:  Because of Shopify's default setting, the theme will display a fixed set of activated payment icons. To change the icons shown, you can contact our support team for assistance. c) Supported Icons:  You can find supported icons here:  Active Merchant Payment Icons Repository.  For more detailed information and specific integration steps, always refer to the official Shopify documentation and resources.

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Metafields & Dynamic Source

on Jun 26, 2024

1. Metafields? a) What Are Metafields? Think of metafields as bonus features for your products. They let you store information that Shopify doesn't normally include. This could be: Washing instructions for clothes Ingredients for food Cool facts about your products or anything else…! Want a deeper understanding of Metafields? Check out this guide. b) How to create Product metafields. Step 1: In your Shopify admin, click on Settings > Custom data Step 2: Under Metafields definition, select Products. Step 3: Click Add Definition. Step 4: Fill in the information: Name: Enter your metafield’s name (Example: “Ingredients”) Namespace and key: it follows the Name above, or you can enter a different name. Description (optional): Describe your metafield for every staff to understand! Select type: Choose the data type that will be filled in for your product metafields. (Example: Single line text, Files, Date and Time, etc.) Step 5: Don’t forget to Save c) Add value to your metafields. Step 1: In Shopify admin, go to Products > Click on the product you want to add extra details. Step 2: Scroll down to Metafields, enter the value: Step 3: Click Save 2. How to display metafields on your online store? The answer is: Dynamic Sources Dynamic sources are like little helpers that grab the info from your metafields and put it on your product page. How to Use Dynamic Sources Step 1: Go to Online Store > Themes, and click Customize. Step 2: From the dropdown menu, choose one of the page templates to edit. Step 3: Add a section or block Step 4: You can search for and select a single metafield by clicking the connect dynamic source icon: Step 5: Click Save Done! The information from your metafield should now appear on your product page. You can make it look nice and even use it in other places on your site. Need More Help? If you get stuck or want to learn more fancy tricks, check out Shopify's official guide: How to work with Metafields when building Shopify themes or contact our support team for instant help.

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Can you recommend image sizes for the different image layouts of different section

on Jun 26, 2024

Yes, absolutely. The Eurus theme is designed to have responsive image functionality, allowing the use of various image sizes across all sections. It means the theme itself can adjust images to look great on devices of any size, regardless of the original image size admin uploads. Recommended Sizes: For optimum quality, you can reference the image sizes used on our demo stores. Some examples include: Desktop (px) Mobile (px) Menu - Promotion image 750 x 500 - Menu - Banner menu 1500 x 2250 - Slideshow 1920 x 860 900 x 1290 Promotion banner 1 images: 1920 x 8602-3 images: 950x860 900 x 1290 Media with text 1400x900 - Text columns with image 750x750 - Collection list banner/Image comparison 1920 x 860 900 x 1290 Flashsale 1920x? (dynamic height based on content) 900x? (dynamic height based on content) Collection list carousel 1350 x 1900 - Promotion grid/Collage 1380 x 920 (standard 2 column-wide in 3-column layout) - Media gallery 400 x 400 (standard 4 columns) - Map 1920 x 860 - Collection banner 1920 x 860 - Video - Cover image 1920 x 860 - Popup 600 x 900 - Age verification popup 1920 x 860 - FAQ/Contact form 1400 x 900 - Email signup 1920 x 860 900 x 1290 Collection list/Collection page - Promotion block 900 x 1150 (standard 4-colum layout) - Tabs - Media with text 1400 x 900 900 x 1290 Event calendar 1400 x 900 - Shop the look Layered: 1920 x 860 Non-layered: 700 x 920 - Featured collections - Title card 1200 x 1800 (standard 4-column layout) - Flow - Media block 1400 x 900 -   If you want to check image sizes on our Demo Store, please follow these steps: Visit the demo store: https://themes.shopify.com/themes/eurus/styles/breeze/preview Right-click on the image, choose "Inspect." Hover over the <img> tag, find "Intrinsic size" for reference:  Note:  Some sections offer options to adjust the height/width of added images (e.g., slideshow, promotion banner Image). Certain configurations may lead to distortion or enlargement, especially in fullscreen or "Adapt to first image" settings. Feel free to experiment with these settings to avoid display issues. For larger sections (like slideshows, promotion banners, grids, and collection banners), consider adding separate images for mobile viewing. This ensures your visuals remain effective and engaging on smaller screens, providing the best display possible across all devices. Explore these recommendations, and customize your images based on your preferences and specific section requirements. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out!

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How to add product labels to products?

on Jun 26, 2024

Product labels are labels added on top of the product cards and on the product page, showing key information, ongoing promotions to help customers quickly identify products. To add labels and badges to the products, go to Theme editor > Overlay group > Product labels and badges > Add a label block. On clicking on the Product labels and badges section, a preview product cards will be displayed in Theme editor, including all label blocks added in the section. There are 4 types of labels merchants can add into a product cards: Sale label: automatically displayed for products on sale Sold out label: automatically displayed for products out of stock Image label: allow uploading an image to be label Text label: normal text label For more details of how to set up product labels, please refer to our video guide.

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How can customers leave reviews for my products?

on Jun 26, 2024

The Eurus theme lets you display customer reviews on your product pages, building trust and boosting sales. However, to collect those gems, you'll need a separate app from the Shopify App Store. Here are the simple steps:To make it easy for you, just follow these steps: Find a Product Review application on the Shopify app store.The Eurus theme supports popular review apps like Judge.me, Loox, Okendo, Stamped.io, and Yotpo. Follow the app's instructions to collect those reviews In Theme editor > Product Page > Add a new app block under your Product information section: Find the exact spot to add the review block.

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How to remove “Powered by Shopify”?

on Jun 26, 2024

How to remove “Powered by Shopify”? Want to fully own your store's look and feel? Hide the "Powered by Shopify" text and make it truly yours. Just follow these steps: Go to the Theme editor. Navigate to Footer. Uncheck the Show Powered by Shopify text setting.

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How to set up mega menus?

on Jun 26, 2024

Mega menu is the type of drop-down menu that can display multiple levels of links, images, or other content in a large and organized layout.  Eurus designs a powerful, 4-level mega menu to serve large catalogs stores for a captivating navigation. Under Header section, there are 6 types of menu blocks for merchants to select https://i.imgur.com/PqY3hgc.png: Tabbed menu: Show submenu in vertical or horizontal tabs (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/R2uCi8U.png) Tree menu: Show items in classical tree menu (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/aFND9Te.png) Banner menu: Show up to 3 banners inside a menu item (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/P15YaJM.jpg) Product menu: Show product cards inside a menu item (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/l0pDk3N.png) Blog menu: Show blog posts inside a menu item (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/GXqyzcF.png) Contact menu: Show a contact form together with contact information, google map inside a menu item (e.g. https://i.imgur.com/tP6YcRb.png) Especially, merchants can add up to 4 levels of menu, instead of the default Shopify maximum of 3 levels. For details of how to setup menu, please refer to our video guide here.

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How to show color swatches?

on Jun 26, 2024

Color swatches is a feature which allows admin to show products’ color variants as swatches on product cards and product information sections.  1. How to set up color swatches Step 1:  First, go to Theme settings > Product swatches  Step 2:  On configuration "Swatches type on product card" > select Color Step 3:  Fill in the name of the product option that you've set as color variant in all existing languages in Color option name. For example, in the product detail page you have the “Color” option as color variants, fill “Color" into the Color option name field. If your site uses multiple languages and the option name is different for each language, input names in all languages in the field (e.g. “Colour” for French, “Farbe” for German…). Step 4:  After Step 3, Shopify by default provides the basic colors to show as swatches (e.g. Blue, Black…). In case the product's colors are different from those basic colors, the color swatch will be shown as blank swatch. To cover this, Eurus enables merchants to have all ranges of colors to be color swatches. In the Color swatch values field, input values based on this format: <option value>:<color code> For example, you have the colors: Azul, Rosado, Beige, Fucsia You need to fill in: Azul:#A3D1ED Rosado:#E4C6C7 Beige:#E0CEB8 Fucsia:#B85996 Especially, we also support custom images to be color swatches. Simply go to Content > Files and upload the color swatch image(s). Then in Theme editor > Theme settings > Product swatches > Color swatch values, input values based on this format: <option value>:<image name>, with <image name> being the name of the image file you have uploaded to Content > Files. For example: Azul:azul-image.png Rosado:rosado-color.jpg 2. How to show color swatches on product cards After having finished the setup above, check the checkbox Enable on product cards. Color swatches will then be enabled on all product cards on all pages and sections.  How to show color swatches on product page and product information sections To enable color swatches on each of the product section/page, go to the section/page and look for the Enable color swatches checkbox in the section’s setting (e.g.in Product page).

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How to create and apply product templates in Shopify?

on Jun 26, 2024

1. Create a new template Not quite satisfied with the default templates? Design your custom template with this handy guide: Step 1:  From your Shopify admin, go to Online Store > Themes > Customize your desired theme. Step 2:  Open the dropdown menu, choose Products, and scroll down to click Create template. Step 3:  Name: Give your template a unique name. Based on: Select a template to build your new one from. Step 4: Click Create template and you are ready to go~. 2. Apply your new template to products Step 1:  From your Shopify admin, go to Products. Step 2: Open the product for which you want to assign the new template. Step 3: At the bottom right, find the Theme template section, then select your template from the drop-down menu. Step 4:  Click Save. 📍 Note:  This guide focuses on product templates. You can also create custom templates for collections, pages, blogs, and blog posts using the same steps: Go to Online Store > Themes > Customize. Choose the type of template you want to create from the dropdown. Name, create, and customize your template. Assign your template to the corresponding type.