#1-14. Tool Tips: Shopify Website Design

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Tips: Shopify (Part 1)

The videos below are from 3rd party software official channels, and we specially put them together as an additional content to help with your studies. If some videos are REMOVED, let us know, and we will try our best to get in touch with those channels, and update the content.


 

START

Getting Started with Shopify

Easily log in to Shopify Store on a desktop or smartphone

 

 

How To Reset Your Shopify Store Password From a Desktop

 

 

Edit Your Coming soon Page (Password Page )

 

 


 

Sales channels

You can use Shopify to sell your products on different online sales channels. Sales channels represent the different marketplaces where you sell your products. By connecting each sales channel to Shopify, you can keep track of your products, orders, and customers in one place.

 

How To Add and Delete Sales Channels

 

 

You can use Shopify to sell your products on different online sales channels. Sales channels represent the different marketplaces where you sell your products. By connecting each sales channel to Shopify, you can keep track of your products, orders, and customers in one place.

Know more about Shopify Sales Channel

 

 


 

App

Shopify Apps are Free and Paid Ecommerce plugins to grow your business and improve your Marketing, Sales and Social Media Strategy.

 

How to quickly install an app

 

 

With thousands of apps in the Shopify App Store, you have a lot of options when it comes to extending the functionality of your online store. Whether you want to add customer reviews, improve email marketing, publish your products to Facebook, or get in-depth analytics, there's definitely an app for that.

But with so much to choose from, we thought it would be a good idea to highlight 25 of the best free Shopify apps (either completely free or with a useful free plan) that you can add to your store. If you're just getting started with a new store or looking to enhance your existing site, then this list is for you.

25 Free Shopify Apps to Check Out In the Shopify App Store

 

 


 

 

DESIGN

Shopify Theme

What Is a Theme?

 

 

Adding a Free Theme

 

 

 

How to add a theme from the Shopify theme store in under 2 minutes

 

 

 

How to publish Shopify themes

 

 

Introduction To Shopify Theme Editor || Shopify Help Center 2019

 

 

 

How to add free images to your Shopify theme with Burst

 

 

 

Shopify Themes: Slideshow image size best practices 

 

 

 

Themes: Slideshow image placement and text overlay

 

 

 

How To Add A Favicon To Your Shopify Theme

 

 

 

How To Choose a Color Scheme

 

 

 

Add Social Media to a Theme || Shopify Help Center 2017

 

 


 

Menu & Navigation

Understanding different menu styles and how to optimise them

 

 

 

 

How To Add, Remove and Edit Menu Items

 

 

 

How To Create Drop-Down Menus

 

 

 


 

PHOTOS

Use Legal Photos 

Copyright is the legal right over intellectual property. This can encompass writing, music, film, design, photography and more. Copyright comes into effect upon the creation of the work, and the owner is the creator of the work who has power to grant legal right of the work to others.

  • iStockphoto (istockphoto.com)
    Discover high quality  royalty-free images, illustrations and videos that will make you stand out.
  • Depositphotos (depositphotos.com)
    Over 100 million high-quality royalty-free stock images and high-definition footage at the best prices to fill all your creative needs.
  • 123RF (123rf.com)
    Millions of Stock Photos, Vectors, Video Clips and Music Files at Surprisingly Low Prices

 

How do you legally use a photo?

( from Eyeem.com )

  • Paid Licensing
    The owner of an image (the photographer) can grant you the right to use their image legally by licensing the image to you via a photography licensing platform. This is the simplest way to access original images at fair prices for both you and the photographer. With two kinds of licensing, editorial and commercial, the image is priced depending on how you will be using it.
  • Fair Use
    Fair Use comes allows you to use an image based on three conditions. First is if it used for limited non-profit and educational use. Second is if it is changed so drastically that it no longer has the same meaning or purpose, and third is if it is used informatively for the public good.
  • Creative Commons
    Creative Commons is a kind of licensing. In this case, a photographer releases the rights to their image under certain conditions. These conditions vary and can be as simple as making sure the image appears with a credit to the owner. If a photographer gives you permission by email to use the image for free under their conditions, this would fall under Creative Commons.
  • Public Domain
    Public Domain is also a case in which the owners rights have expired, been forfeited or do not apply. Examples include the works of Shakespeare and Beethoven.

 

What to Avoid

  • Using a photo found online without addressing the above
  • Ignoring the conditions of a paid or Creative Commons license
  • Printing and keeping an image found online
  • Neglecting to educate yourself on copyright law, including local laws

 

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