Do It Yourself – Tutorials – Shopify Theme Development Tutorial: How to build and customize your Shopify store

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – Shopify Theme Development Tutorial: How to build and customize your Shopify store

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials



Welcome to ‘Shopify Theme Development: How to Build or customize your own online store’.

0:00 Introduction
1:43 Required knowledge & tools
4:44 Creating a development store
17:18 Intro to Online Store 2.0
19:05 Setting up Themekit
38:13 Shopify CLI for Online Store 2.0 Theme Development
59:33 Product organization, variants, and the customizer
1:22:53 Theme Code – Assets, Config & Languages
1:42:45 Theme Code – Layout & Templates
2:05:22 Theme Code – Sections & Snippets
2:23:32 Theme Code – JSON Templates
2:37:12 Liquid: Shopify’s ‘Programming Language’
3:02:48 How to create a custom section
3:35:20 How to further your learning
3:46:20 How to take your site life
3:58:47 Bonus: Slate part 1
3:59:35 Bonus: Slate part 2
4:21:46 Conclusion

In today’s course, I’m gonna take you through an efficient process to building and customizing online stores using the Shopify platform.

We’ll learn about theme structure including layouts, templates, sections, and snippets, how to edit your code efficiently and instantly update your storefront and finally, how editing your code can not only update the look and feel of your website but also provide options within your Shopify admin to dynamically add and customize content.

So, if you’re ready to get started, click on the next video and I’ll see you on the inside.

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