Online Store Data
If you have a Shopify online store, then you can create webpages in your Shopify admin. Webpages contain information that rarely changes or that customers will reference often, like an "About Us" page or a "Contact Us" page.
You can also add a blog to your online store for content that you'll be updating regularly, or if you want to encourage feedback.
- Add a new webpage to your online store
- Add content to a webpage
- Edit a webpage
- Edit the search engine listing for a webpage
- Delete a webpage
- Publish or unpublish webpages in bulk
Your Shopify online store comes with a built-in blogging engine. Blogging is a great way to build your audience and generate more traffic and sales for your business. Setting up a blog can help you build a community around your products and your brand.
- Add a blog to your online store
- Writing blog posts
- Managing comments on blog posts
- Advanced publishing
Uploading files to your website
You can upload, manage, and delete files from the Files page in Shopify.
There are a few reasons why you might upload files to Shopify:
- You want to add an image in the content of a webpage, blog post, product page, or collection page.
- You want to add an image or logo to customize your theme.
- You want to make a file available for customers to download.
In most cases, it's easier to upload image files directly when you're adding content to a webpage, blog post, product page, or collection page. You can also upload images directly when you're customizing your theme.
After you upload an image, you can copy its URL from the Files page. If you want to make a file available for download, then you need to upload it on the Files page in Shopify and then add a link to it in a page's content or in your online store navigation.
Menus and links
After you add products and create collections, webpages, store policies, or blog posts, you need to organize them on your online store so that customers will be able to find them.
You can view and change your online store navigation from the Navigation page in your Shopify admin. The appearance and location of menus depend on your store's theme.
- Understanding navigation
- Add, remove, or edit menu items in your online store
- Set up drop-down menus in your online store
- URL redirects
You can edit the title and meta description of your online store, add tracking codes, or enable a password page or checkout protection on the Preferences page.
- Edit the title and meta description
- Adding tracking codes
- Enable or disable the password page
- Enable reCaptcha for checkout protection
Closing for vacations
Although Shopify does not have a vacation setting, there are two ways that you can temporarily close your store to the general public.
Backups and duplication
If you want to duplicate, backup, or transfer your store's data, you will need to export a series of CSV files from your original store, and import those files into the new store.