Pausing Or Closing Your Store · Shopify Help Center
If you're the store owner, then you can pause your store temporarily or close your store completely from your Shopify admin.You need to contact any third-party service providers your store uses to ensure that your store suspends correctly. Note. If you want to cancel your Shopify account, then you need to close your store manually.Shopify support can't close your store for you.
Actived: Saturday Feb 22, 2020
Discount codes FAQ · Shopify Help Center
Discount codes don't stack. If you have a 10% off discount, they can't also use a "free shipping" coupon. Only one discount at a time can apply to a single order. Can I limit discount code usage? You can limit discount codes to one per customer in the Usage limits section on the Add discount page. How do expiry dates work for discount codes?
Managing discount codes · Shopify Help Center
Click the Show comments box to toggle comments on or off in a timeline. Click the @ sign to view a list of your store's employees if you want to mention specific staff members in your comment: Click the # sign if you want to reference specific orders, draft orders, customers,
Creating automatic discounts · Shopify Help Center
The discount can be either free products or a percentage off of the price of products. If you are offering free products, then it is important that you have adequate inventory. If the inventory of free products drops to zero, then the products are shown as being sold out and customers can't take advantage of the discount.
Creating discount codes · Shopify Help Center
From your Shopify admin, go to Discounts.. From the Discounts page, click Create discount.. In the Discount code section, enter a name for the new discount code (for example, 15offnecklaces).To generate a random discount code, click Generate code.. Note. Avoid using special characters in your discount names so that your discount names add correctly to your store's checkout URL.
Setting sale prices for products · Shopify Help Center
Displaying sale prices. When you set a compare at price, the product listing updates on your online store to show that the item is on sale. The way that a sale price is shown depends on the theme that your online store is using, for example, you might see a Sale label on the product image. Typically, the way that sale prices are shown depends on whether:
Setting up shipping rates · Shopify Help Center
You can set up free, flat, or calculated shipping rates that appear in the checkout for your customers. For more information about the different types of shipping rates, refer to Shipping rates.. Before you make any shipping rates, create the different regions that should get their own shipping rates.
Add more checkout buttons to the cart page · Shopify Help
Note. If you use a free theme from Shopify, then you might be able to reach out to Shopify's Support Team for help with this tutorial.To learn more, see Support for themes.. You can use the additional_checkout_buttons Liquid tag to display offsite gateway buttons and accelerated checkout buttons, such as Apple Pay or Google Pay, on your cart page.. The buttons can appear on either your cart