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It's easy to make basic design changes to your  , like picking new colours and fonts or adding a store logo, using our Admin Workspace.  For our more technical users, you also have the option to make significant customization to your theme using our Fluid HTML/CSS style sheets.

Read more about making basic and advanced changes here.

Basic Changes:

You can make basic design changes like picking new colors schemes and fonts, or adding a store logo, using our Admin workspace.

Follow these links to our support articles on each topic:

Choosing a Theme

Changing Your Colours

Changing Your Fonts

Adding your Store Logo

Adding Pages and Sections

Advanced Customizations:

For a tech-savvy user, a developer or      , it's possible to make significant customizations to your theme and completely change the look of your website or storefront.

These advanced customizations involve accessing the HTML/CSS of your theme pages.  This requires an understanding of HTML or CSS before making your changes.  

If you have already made changes to your website which you don't want to lose, we recommend you to make a backup copy of your site before attempting these advanced changes. 

Accessing The Code

Each of the   theme templates is built on a coding markup language called Fluid.  Fluid is an easy-to-use template language similar to CSS.  You can access the Fluid code in the Admin Workspace: 

  1. Login to your Workspace 
  2. Click Themes from the left menu and select Theme Code.
  3. Click the "+" next to "Templates" to expand the list of available templates.  Click one of the template names to view the code.  
    The access is granted to the Fluid code of each page of your theme.   

Learn More about Fluid

We have extensive documentation written about Fluid and customizing your store using Fluid.  It resides on a separate Confluence server, and at this time it is password-protected.  However we are happy to share this documentation with any interested customer.

For complete documentation on Fluid, visit our Fluid Wiki.