Step 5: Domain Settings and Shop Design

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Now the basic settings are done. Next, we will update the logo and icon, change the look of the shop in order to catch the eyes of customers!

This article is going to introduce:

 

Domain Settings

In the SHOPLINE Admin, go to [Settings] > [Domain Settings]. Merchants using the trial plan can set up a free Basic Shop Address, or a custom shop domain. 

Merchants who have purchased the yearly plan and own a domain can set up their own domain. Please refer to Custom Domain Setting for details. 

Please contact your Online Merchant Success Team if you wish to apply for a unique URL through SHOPLINE.

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Shop Design

Step 1. Choose your style

In the SHOPLINE Admin, go to [Online Store Design Shop Design] > [Design]. You will be at "Storefront Template".

We provide various design templates for your shop. You can pick your favorite one and click "Apply" to select the theme. Click View My Shop on the top to see the changes you've made

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Step 2. Choose color

When you see a badge like    it means the design has variations.
After applying the theme, click "_____2017-12-11___1.06.03.pngbutton on the Current Theme panel to change colors or layout

Different themes provide different options ranging from colors, layouts to effects and so on.

After choosing the variation, click Save, then click Preview to see how it is applied in your shop. Click "Save" and "Publish" to apply the settings to your shop.

 

The following layout is for the theme "Simple": 

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Step 3. Storefront Template

Then click Logo & Favicon at the side of Storefront Template, you can upload the logo and favicon (which will be shown next to the site’s name in the browser’s address bar and in bookmarks) in the following panel.

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Now, right before your official launch, let us test the online store by placing a test order

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