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Static pages

by Admin on Jul 04, 2024

1. What are Static Pages? 

Static pages are the unchanging parts of your website that provide essential information, such as policies, about us, FAQs, and contact details. 

2. Types of static pages

This user guide will cover some of the common types of static pages you can create for your website:

  • Policy page: These detail your shipping, return, and privacy policies. 
  • About Us page: This is where you can tell your brand's unique story.
  • FAQ Page: Answer common customer questions in a clear and organized way. 
  • Contact Page: Make it easy for customers to reach you. 

3. How to change their looks

a) How to customize the Policy page layout?

Your Shopify store automatically comes with a few pre-made policy pages (like your refund policy or privacy policy). These policy pages:

  • Can’t change the layout: Their layout is fixed and cannot be adjusted in Theme Editor. 
  • Can only change the content: Head to Settings > Policies to update the content.
Navigate to Settings > Policies to change the Policy page content


❓ What if I want a custom look for my Policy page?

  • Create a new template for your Policy page.
  • Create a new page named “Policy page” in Online Store > Pages 
  • Assign that template to the Policy page.

Need a more detailed guidance? Check it out here.

b) How to customize the About Us/ FAQ/ Contact page

You can customize the appearance of these three types of static pages using the same methods. Here are two ways to change how they look in your store:

Option 1:  Edit the existing template: 

  • Head to the Theme Editor 
  • Open the drop-down menu, and type in “About”. Eurus Theme provides many About Us page templates for you to choose 
  • Edit your page template & click Save
How to edit the existing template in Theme Editor


📍 Note: 

Don't forget to make your new template visible in your store! Go to Online Store > Pages to assign it. For step-by-step instructions, please see our detailed guide.

Option 2: Create a new page:

The same steps apply! Just one thing different: instead of choosing an existing template, scroll down in the drop-down menu and click "Create template" to make a new one.

How to create a new template