Enabling the sale sticker

The sale sticker will automatically appear when the product has a “compare at price” that’s larger than the product price.

The sale sticker appears on the collection and product pages.

If you’d like to hide the sale sticker on collection pages, click “Customize” then navigate to one of your collection pages in the theme preview. You’ll see a section named “Collection pages” in the admin sidebar and you can switch the sale sticker off there.

If you’d like to hide the sale sticker on product pages, click “Customize” then navigate to one of your product pages in the theme preview. You’ll see a section named “Product pages” in the admin sidebar and you can switch the sale sticker off there.

Products per row on collection pages

To set the number of products per row on collection pages…

Click “Customize” next to your theme name and then navigate to one of your collections in the theme preview.

You’ll then see a section named “Collection pages” in the admin sidebar and you can set the “Products per row” there.

Showing the vendor on collection thumbnails

Click “Customize” next to your theme name and in the preview of the theme, navigate to one of your collection pages. When that appears, you’ll see a new section in the sidebar named “Collection pages”. You’ll find an option to enable/disable the vendor in that section. Don’t forget to save your changes 🙂

Show sub collections on pages

A collection shows all the products that it contains.

What if you want to show sub collections?

There’s a page template included in your theme that can help with that.

For example, let’s say that you have a collection named “Star Wars” and you want to show sub collections for example a thumbnail for Empire related products, one for Droids, one for Jedi etc.

So in this example, you’d create a page named “Star Wars”. See the following guide if you need help with creating a page…
Shopify pages documentation

Once you’ve created the page, you’ll see a dropdown that allows to select a template. Choose the template named “page.sub-collections” and save your changes.

Now go the the Navigation section of Shopify admin and create a menu with the exact same name as the page. So in this example, you’d add a menu named “Star Wars” then add links to the menu. Those links will then appear when you view the “Star Wars” page in your storefront.

NOTE: if you don’t see the template in the page dropdown you could be using an old version of the theme or customizing a theme that isn’t published as your live theme.

How do I remove the collection image from the collection page?

Click “Customize” next to your theme name and in the preview of the theme, navigate to one of your collection pages. When that appears, you’ll see a new section in the sidebar named “Collection pages”. You’ll find an option to hide the collection image in that section. Don’t forget to save your changes 🙂