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Go into your blog page in the theme editor, scroll down to the content section and select the blog you wish to show in a magazine layout. Select the blog and choose an appropriate image. That blog will then use the magazine layout.
Show swatches using a simple css color method OR by using your own swatch color files. The css color method automatically shows swatches for variant options with color names matching those in this list. The uploaded images method (supported from version 1.1.6) will pull in your swatch colors from image files added as assets in your store. Look in 'General Theme Settings > Products' on this page for more information!
A collection page feature header allows you to show your collection featured image and a product at the top of a collection page. You will need to be viewing the relevant collection to see the result.
Yes, you can edit the collections shown on the collections listing page in the theme editor. Or, if you want to create multiple collection listing pages, this article explains how. Just skip the "Create your new page template" section, as the theme already includes a "page.list-collections" template.
Yes, you can collect customer emails into your admin using a sign up box. This theme has a row for the homepage, and an option to show the signup in the footer. Many marketing platforms also have Shopify apps which are great for more complex requirements.
Just add a link to a product in the blog post and those products will be shown automatically at the end of the article.
Yes, create a summary by clicking on the add excerpt link below your blog article content.
Navigate to your product detail page to see the section settings. Other product settings that apply across your store can be found under the general theme settings tab.
Previous purchasers can get a FREE download of the latest theme version for the same store for which it was bought. This Shopify article explains more.
We've written a blog post to explain more about how to use the theme's special sales driving features.
Yes, you can change static text labels in your store in the Language Editor
The Boost theme is available in 3 styles. Choose your theme style in the Theme Settings tab. Applying a theme style will overwrite any existing settings in your Theme Settings tab and will affect cross store elements such as your fonts, cart behavior, and social media icons. Your section specific settings won't be affected.
Set a radius if you would like rounded corners for images, buttons and overlays.
For the CSS color method, go to a product in your Admin and ensure each of your color variants has an exact name from this list. Your swatch colors will then be shown automatically.
For the uploaded images method, you'll need to create a small png file for each color, 40px x 40px is a good size. The name of the png file must match the "handle-ized" version of the variant name. This means you should use only lowercase letters, replace any spaces with a dash and remove any special characters: for example, the color Coral Red would require a file named coral-red.png , the color Waldgrün would require a file named waldgrun.png , the color blue-green would require a file named blue-green.png . Next, go to the theme code files (Actions > Edit code) open up the Assets folder and click on Add a new asset to upload your swatch image files.
To stay on the same page after clicking add to cart and show a slide out cart drawer summary, choose the option drawer.
Choose whether to search only products or also include page content and blog articles.
Allow customers to choose another currency to view prices in your stores. Note, customers will always have to checkout in your store's base currency.
The Boost theme has separate options for a desktop and mobile logo - use this if you want to use a different logo on mobile devices.
Add an announcement bar at the top of your Boost Shopify theme site, to promote your latest offers - add a link to a specific product or offer page too.
The Boost theme supports both a standard 3 tier drop down navigation and full-width mega menu. The theme switches the menu into full-width mode when every link inside a dropdown also has a dropdown. Create menus in your store following the usual Shopify method explained here.
You can add store messages, up to 3, that sit under the main menu bar.
Keep an 'always open' prominent header search bar on desktop using the setting Show open search bar.
Show promotional images in your desktop menu. Just enter the menu linktitle (e.g. Shop) then choose the image, link and text to display. Only one menu image can be added per top level menu link.
The primary menu can show menus up to two levels deep. Sub-menus will be shown in columns under the top level link. The secondary menu does not support sub-menus. Links will be shown as a single line next to the payment icons.
Home page sections can be added, hidden or re-arranged to best fit your store. Choose to show blog posts, products, collections, images, text, videos, slideshows, a map, your instagram feed on your homepage in any order you like.
Group together up to 3 products from different collections in a special "Get the look" home page section.
Add and position product labels directly onto your images in the slideshow, full width image, split image, and promotional collection home page sections.
Set the horizontal and vertical positions for the product label. Choose a transparent or coloured background. Be sure to test the results on different screen sizes.
These sections are shown based on the page you are currently viewing in the theme editor.
Choose a standard or feature header layout for collection pages. The feature header includes the option to select a featured product to show in the header as a stand-out row on the first page of your collection. You will need to be viewing the selected collection in the Theme Editor to see the featured header.
Product tags can be added to products to help customers filter the products on a collection page. You can also create two specific filters using tag groups.
Choose a grid or magazine layout.
Choose the description position (separate row, above or below the cart button) and use tabs and a size chart to make it easier for customers to understand your products.
Recently viewed and related products from the same collection can be shown at the bottom of the product page. Recently viewed product images will appear smaller than related products.
The Boost theme shows products in your articles, blog page and homepage blog section, as soon as you add links to products anywhere in your blog article content. Simply add links within your blog article to any number of products in your store to have them display in the blog section on your homepage and in your blog and article pages. See example on our demo store.
Choose to show some blogs in a magazine layout. You will need to be viewing the selected blog to see the result.
The Boost theme includes the option to select a background color for a collection in the home page promotional collection, collection page featured header and the collections listing page. Remember to choose the same background color for a given collection to build a consistent brand feel for the collection across your store.
To make mega dropdowns, like the one in this demo store, you need to create Nested Navigation as follows.
Under the menu item you'd like the mega menu to dropdown from, add as many title links as you like. Each of these title links must then have their own items nested inside for the dropdown menu to turn into a mega dropdown menu
You mega menu will auto-magically be created with the above setup :)
The theme includes built in code to support Shopify product reviews (apps.shopify.com/product-reviews) on the home page, product pages and collection pages.
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