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Published on: February 5 2023 by pipiads

[Shopify Loops] How to use Shopify Loops (Shopify Liquid Programming - Part 5)

hi guys, welcome back to websense pro and welcome back to the fifth video of our Shopify liquid programming series. in today's video, we'll learn how the loop works in Shopify liquid. in previous videos, we learned how to do the mathematik operations. we assigned a variable, we assigned a value to a variable, we worked how the if-else work, how the logical operators work, we learned how, uh, the switch and case we- what we call in Shopify case- works. and in this video we will see how the loop works. now, without further ado, let's get into it. so, guys, to start with I'll code the most basic loop, so I'm zooming in and just so you can see better. okay, so that's the starting of four and, uh, we will end our four with and four, and in here, first we will mention our variable and then and then we will mention our range of what we need to print out and then, so, basically, it will print the range of numbers from 1 to 10.. uh, if we are not using for loop, we'll have to do it manually, one by one. but in the case of four, we just have mentioned it, uh, once within the for loop and it will print it ten times and then end. now let's uh, save and see the output. let's add a bit as well, so it's on the separate lining each time it's printed. now hit save and go back and hit refresh. here we go. as you can see, we have numbers printed up from one-two-three. okay, it's showing up on a corner. let's add in the number is and add in h1 to make it more visible. it's safe to go back to the page and hit refresh. okay, as you can see, we have our loop showing up. number is one. number is two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. now there is one more thing in uh, in Shopify for loop, we can define what it needs to show on if it's number one, like the first index and the last index. so let me show you how that works. okay, so let me give you the example now. we will add an if condition in between: that if for loop dot first is equal to true, this is the first number, else it will continue the loop. so if uh, when displaying the first number it will display this line instead of the number, but after the first it will display 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, as we printed on it here. now let's end if and allow, and I hit save, let's go back to our page and hit refresh. here you go, as you can see, uh, on our first iteration. it says this is the first number, but the rest of the loop is working as it is. we can also do the same thing with our last. so if for loop dot last is equal to, then we can display this is the last number, it's safe- and go back to see how it works. okay, as you can see, from number one till number nine it's showing fine. but one last number. it says this is the last number because within the loop we mentioned that if you find the last print otherwise, do this. so that was the most basic example of for loop uh in Shopify. mainly we, what we use uh for loop in Shopify for is to collect the product titles, apply some styling and uh, let me show you one of the examples: how it works. now. what I'm gonna do: I'll print all of the product products which we have in this store. so currently we have moment. so if we go on to the products, we can see that we have multiple products and we want to print all of the product names. so what we're going to do, we can do this with for loop and I'm going to go back in the code again. okay, so I have my file open again. now let's add in some code. okay, so start the four and then the product in collections dot. in here I'll mention which collection products I need to display. so my collection is newest products and first we'll find out the handle of this collection. so get into that collection and edit website SEO. so this is the collection handle where we can access all of the products of this collection and all of my products is within this collection. so I'll copy this handle and add it in our code for the product in collections dot- newest products- dot products. and then what we need from this collection is product dot title. okay, click and four. now hit save. okay, it's saying okay, sorry, we did a mistake here. we were supposed to add in the person sign and not the double brackets. hit save. and now let's go back and hit refresh. here you can see our product names are showing up. let's add in the br tag. so add in br, so it's on a separate line and the product name is added in one, which will make it more visible and it's safe. now let's go back to our page and hit refresh. here we go. product name is the new t-shirt, test product blue t-shirt. so these are all of the products which we which the name is printed for. we can also pull up some other information. so, for example, if we want to find out when this product was created and so we can find out uh by this, so let's add in h3 for that and product was created at, and we will add product dot created, underscore at and add another br. let's add in another piece of info for publishing that product was published ad, and to access that information we'll just need to change this from proper published and hit save and see how it looks. to go back to our page, hit refresh and here you can see that after every single product name we can see when our product was created and when our product was published. we can also collect our product page URL is. so in here we will do product dot URL and from this we can access our product URL. here we go. it's displaying the product URL. similarly, we have other uh options from where we can extract the product featured image. we can also get the product featured image name. we can also get the product image aspect ratio. so there are a lot of other things which we can do with the for loop. I'll put the link in the description for the detail. our documentation from Shopify itself so you guys can learn more again. that's the beginner label tutorial, which will help you guys to learn how to learn about Shopify and do some basic label coding so you can uh start customizing your theme and start earning through freelancing, if you are. if you like this youtube series, do not forget to hit the like and comment and share, and don't forget to watch the next video. have a great day.

How to use Looping by Zapier using Shopify & Quickbooks Online

all right. so let's get started with this video. um, this is something different that i think a lot of people will find this useful if you're using a line item within your zapier, so let's take a look at it. let's get started. [Music]. all right, so here i have an account where i have two applications. one is shopify, because shopify uses line items and i know quickbooks uses line items. so, say, you're trying to do your accounting and you're trying to save all the products that's being sold in your store- uh is actually getting saved correctly, uh, within uh, your quickbooks online and you want to add those as a line item. so if i go into shopify, let's go ahead and say order. so i think i created an order here. if i go shopify and let's go ahead and pull this trigger and see if i can find the order here- and that is correct, i have the order right here- i'm going to say continue again. this order only has one item, but you can add as many items as you want, right? uh, that's the main feature of doing this and let's go ahead and see what i'm toking about. so there is a feature within zapier. it says looping by zapier. so what it does, it's a for loop. so in a programming language, if you're using a for loop, you're basically adding for loop onto something and then, uh, iterating it over. so here, if you have more than one product you could think of, think of it that way: it's like you're looping over uh, that specific, uh, order, uh in order to get all the items into the store, so uh, into your quickbooks online. so if i do create, uh, create loop from line items, uh, from numbers or text, so again, like i said, this is like a for loop, but in a different sense. so if i say create loop from line items and so i have all the options here, so here's uh first thing we're going to say we're just going to say product name and pull up the product name, let's see if i can get that name. let's just go by name, let's see if i can find the name i can't. so right here, if you see, let me zoom in so you guys can see it. so line items is: cool new pants and cool new shirts. so there are two items, uh, same thing. it's going to iterate over, uh, over and over. so the first item in the second item, uh, same thing. let's look at uh, price, and we go up here price, so line item price, and this is what it's going to do. it's going to run twice before saving everything. so let's test and continue and you'll see what i'm toking about here. so it created two loops for iteration one and iteration two, and now i can use, uh, say uh, quickbooks online and then go ahead and create. first, we're gonna say we create a customer, but i won't do that. uh, if you're using the same thing, you can, you can do that, but uh, i can say create invoice and if i come here, uh, you see, we can add a customer and again, i don't want to disclose any of the information on the customers. so that's why i'm not going to turn that on. but what? what i want to really show you here is you can add these line items here. so, uh, for the product and service, what you can do is pick up the product and service you already have in your existing products, in your existing quickbooks, or you can just add them. uh, you know custom value. so, right here. uh, create loop and which is right here, and then description would be: uh, well, i don't have a description here, but i can say the price, which would be the amount. so come back here and here's how it's going to loop it over. so this is how you use looping by zapier. uh, if you have any questions, feel free to comment down below. this is another one of those tools that i think it's important for uh for you to know if you're trying to loop over something, uh over and over again. and now, uh, let's look at how this thing works, uh, behind the scenes. uh, if you see, it's like a sub zap into a big zap, right. so when you're actually trying to loop over, you can have multiple applications. say, i want to add some other application that has a line support, uh, line item support, like you know, maybe you want to do the same thing with shopify, or you want to bring in another application. you can add those as a sub step. for this also, i think there are many use cases, but this was, uh that one. i just went through one a couple of days ago and i really like this because you're you're organized in a way where you can loop over your line items and things that you're looking for to iterate over and over again. it's an easier way of doing things. before a zapier introduced this feature, i think manually. we were doing it by code code by zap here, which i uploaded the video yesterday. i think uh, this is the best tool for uh doing some kind of iteration. but i would like to thank you again, um, for joining me for this a quick second to learn how to do loop looping by zapier. if you have any questions, feel free to comment down below. i'll be happy to answer. please like and subscribe to my channel and like this video and share with your friends. thank you.

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Loop Capital downgrades Shopify to neutral

anthony i, i wonder how much this is an overall market valuation call versus a shopify call, specifically because i mean a 200 billion market cap, shopify's a little bigger than a tenth of an amazon, and given how well they're competing, that makes maybe some sense to me. so do you? would you have to take amazon down too? this is not a market call. this is definitely a very am shopify specific call. um, we upgraded the stok, uh, when it was less than 1100.. uh, about six months ago. uh, it's now um above our price target, which was sixteen hundred dollars. it actually increased that price started a couple of times and it's trading at 34 times our 2022 uh revenue estimate. so, while we really like the fundamental story here, um, we just feel that that's reflected in the stok price and we just thought that it made sense to go to the sidelines here. so does that mean that you think that amazon can grow faster than shopify or just that? um, overall, uh, there's some different dynamic here. i don't understand. so i don't think this is very, very much a shopify versus an amazon uh type of dynamic here. um, look, i mean shopify will grow- grow faster than amazon, but that's off of a much smaller revenue base, but that's to be um expected. i mean, you know, i think that there's too much made in the media about a sort of a shopify versus an amazon type dynamic. um, you know, if you recall, like shopify merchants can actually sell on amazon marketplace. a lot of them do so. i don't necessarily think this is a shopify versus amazon um type of call. i mean, we do like amazon, you know we do have a buy rating um, but uh, you know, has very little to do with shopify. anthony, one of the upside risks to your call that you identified in the report is any major new partnerships. i'm wondering, do you think that there's anyone else out there that could really move the needle for the price? we? it feels like every week or so we're toking about a new one, whether that be with a firm expanding it with google or facebook. what do you think? yeah, that's a great question. i mean, they could um become even better integrated with the google uh and the facebook and the tiktoks and the affirms of the world um, so you know, i, yeah, i mean, there's no one necessary that comes to mind, but they could certainly get better integrated and they're in the very early innings um in terms of those partnerships that you mentioned. yeah, anthony, i, i get that. uh, shopify and amazon aren't direct competitors, but the reason why i think about them together is because shopify is empowering that third-party retailer to have more control over the experience and perhaps need amazon less. sure, they might list on amazon, but they can also easily list on google and facebook, have their own website, etc. so, to some degree, is there a call on shopify's model and how successful you expect it to be versus a more entrenched, powerful, dominant player, uh, in the market. i mean, once again, i just don't really think about things in those terms. i mean, everything that you're saying is is true and certainly, um, shopify reduces vendors reliance on amazon because, yeah, they can easily uh, integrate with social media, they can easily set up their own website, they can easily sell, um, you know, uh, um, or by adwords, um. but you know, i mean look, i mean amazon's got their, got their toes in a lot of different areas, right, um, i mean, you know, i mean aws has nothing to do with shopify, quite frankly, um, so i just don't think of it as a zero-sum game. i think both companies can be very, very successful. um, you know, like i said. i mean i i still think there's a lot of upside in amazon and amazon has certainly underperformed year-to-date. where shopify has outperformed theater day. bold call, we love it. anthony tracumber from, thank you for being with us.

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Shopify Theme Build: Simple Cart Page - Episode 8

hey everybody, i'm sam webb and this is part eight of my shopify theme build series. today, we'll be building a simple cart page. so let's get started now. where we left off last time was setting up this, uh, this product page here, and we have this add to cart and when you click it, it adds the product to cart and it takes you to the cart page. as you can see, we haven't set anything up for the cart page, so although the items are in your cart, you just can't see them. so we're going to change that today. similar to other features we've built, we're going to need a few pieces of shopify documentation. first, we'll need the cart object, which is the object associated with the cart page automatikally, and if you look at the things that are covered on this page, you'll see that we have a cartitems value, and that value returns a list of cart items, also known as line items, and so the second piece of documentation we're going to need is line item documentation, and this object contains all of the information associated with a partikular line item. so this is similar to other pages. right, we get the documentation that's associated with that page or that's associated with whatever we want to build on that page and we just keep these open so that we can refer back to them when we need to. the last piece of documentation isn't an object, but it's the actual documentation about the cart page. there are some things that are specific to the cart page and we're going to want this documentation open just so we can easily refer to some of those things as well. so the first thing in here is: we've got the template that we need to use is called cartliquid. if we go over to our code, you'll see that in templates we already have a cartliquid file and i have that file open. also, since i know that i'm going to use a separate file to to contain the html for line items, i've created a snippet called line item. so to start out, let's add a little html and so if we go back to that cartliquid documentation and we scroll down, we'll see right here that we've got this form and it's a pretty simple form. it's just a form that submits back to the cart page and it's a post method. and you see, they've got this abbreviated code here where you'd be looping over the cart items and then after that you would have a submit button. now, in this case, i've already written all this code, and so instead of going through and writing every line of it, i'm just going to paste it in and i'm going to explain what's happening. so we start out with that same form that we just saw in the documentation. it's got the action that submits the cart, and it's got a post, and then we just gave it a class- uh, just for our own styling purposes. and then down here i've got this div that has this, that same loop right, it's looping over car items. and then we've got this line item snippet which is currently, which is currently empty, and it takes in the line item. so that's going to list out all of our line items. and then down here we have the total right here, which just shows the total price. and then we've also got two buttons right: one button for updating the quantity and one button for checking out. as you can see, both of these buttons are submit buttons. the only difference is the one for updating quantities doesn't have a name associated with it, and the one that is supposed to take you to checkout does have a name and the name is checkout. so if i go to the front end and i refresh the page, we're not going to see the line items because again, that line item file is empty. but we will see the update quantities button, checkout button in that total price. so now let's get the line items displayed. so in the line item file, similar to the other file, i'm just going to paste in all this code and then i'll walk you through it. and so i've got this split up into kind of the left side and the right side of the line item. so if we look at the left side, that's where pretty much all of the information about the product will be. so first we've got the image and we can pull that using line itemimage, similar to how we can pull an image from sections, how we used before, or how we would pull the featured image from a product, something we used before. so it's, it's the same thing, this, just it's called image on the line item. and then down here for the title, we're using lineitemproducttitle and so the line item keeps a reference to the product and the variant that added it to cart. and so when we do line itemproduct, this product is the actual product object and then we could go back to the product documentation and use anything from from that documentation. in this case we're using the title. next, we're looping over the line items options and we're using options with values. here, and what this will return, or what options with values, is it's a list of all of the uh option and value, uh connection, those key value pairs. so, right, it will be. you know the name, size and the size of the item of medium, right? so the option would be size and the value would be medium, and so we loop over that and it gives us an option object, which then we can pull optionname and use that and then optionvalue. so then down here we've got a line itemfinal line price, and that's the price of all of the items, like the entire quantity of that. so say that you have an item in your cart and it's 30 and you have two of those items, then you know this price would be 60 instead of you know that 30.. and then, finally, on this left side, we have this input here, and so let me go back to the documentation, and this is the documentation on updating quantities. so, on the line item, we're going to want to put this input here, which the important things here are: the name, and the name should be updates, with the square brackets after it and then the value needs to. you want that to show whatever the current quantity is. and there's a second thing that's needed. uh, we need a button for updating the quantity and this and this. this uses the input as the button. you're also able to use the button tag, which is what i'm using on the site. so back to the code. looking at, we have that name updates and then we have that value which is linearquantity. if i close the left side and open up the right, now in here we've got the remove button and this requires this specific href here. so slash card, slash change with a question mark and then line equals and this is going to be whatever the line number is. so usually you'd be looping over with a for loop and it would show the index. now, since we're inside of this, uh, the snippet, this for loopindex won't work properly and we'll get to that in a minute. but then we also want to pass in the quantity of zero, which will remove it from the cart. so what we're doing is we're updating the quantity of a specific line item to be zero, which means it's removed from the cart. now the fix for this: we're going to go back out to cart dot cartliquid and we're going to add index equals for loopindex, right, because this file is where the for loop is happening, not within this file, and so i just want to make sure we have that index. we'll update the comment as well as add that in here, and there's documentation for this as well. so let me show you that if we scroll up a little bit, it's right here. shopify is omitting, you know, the actual line item code here. but but in your line item code you would add this anchor tag with the, you know, with this specific information, and then clicking that will remove that item from your card. so now let's have a look at the card and let's test it. if i refresh the page now, you see that we've added all that and i've gone through beforehand and added a bunch of styles of this just so i don't have to do that during this video. so, as you can see, here's the product we just added a little right at the beginning of the video: this heather girlfriend material crop sweatshirt and let's let's look at updating the quantity. so let's update that to three and then hit update quantities and, as you can see, the it refreshed the page and

Returnly vs Happy Returns vs Loop Returns vs Narvar vs Return Magic vs AfterShip 2023🔶 E-CASH S2•E73

i want to quickly do a compare and contrast between return lee, happy returns, loop returns, navarre, return magic and after ship now go anywhere. [Music]. welcome back, folks, to another edition of the awesome sweetie kiwi show. how are you today? i hope you're all doing fantastik. i'm doing marvelous. if you already asked me, if you always doing as great as i am, go grab a cup of coffee or tea or vodka and let's roll in today's conversation. i want to do a quick comparative analysis of return late, happy returns, loop returns, novar, return magic and aftership. of course, we're speaking about returns management tools and services. right, and to make the right decision here, depending on your situation, depending on the kind of uh, selling, ecommerce selling- experience you have, you're gonna have to answer a few questions. you're gonna have to think about your product catalog, your selling channels, your e-commerce platform, the common reasons why your customers make returns, and whether you partner with a third-party logistiks service, 3po. so it's very important and- and i want to emphasize the fact that the sales channel is critikal- whether you have an omni channel strategy or a multi-channel strategy will have a huge impact on the kind of a returns management tool or service you decide to choose. and when it comes to returns management processes, there are a few best practikes you need to keep in mind. first of all, you need to understand which returns you can eliminate and which you cannot. you need to have a comprehensive returns policy that just covers not just one product or an entire suite of products, but all the geographies that you cover. you also need to preempt your customers desire to return. you have to understand the whole idea here is to be proactive, not reactive, and also use the return ready packaging right. you want to always include the pre-pit labels so that customers are they see a very easy process and they will be willing to buy and buy, and buy more and more and more from you. and you also need to partner with the 3pl if possible. it's all about the size and the scale of your operation, but partnering with the third-party logistiks service can also be- uh you know- beneficial for for your bottom line. let's get into the nitty-gritty here. let's first review return- late, by the way. return only is now owned by a firm, the payment processor. they're also known for buy now, pay later services. okay, and this is a company that automate returns processing. that helps you free up your resources and focus where you want to focus on where things matter the most. so, basically, you have a fully branded and customizable return center. so when you think about returning, that's what you need to think about and you can automatikally approve returns. you have smart returns, return policies and other refunds. you can give shoppers return only credit to buy again immediately. that's pretty good because you actually increasing customer customer retention and brand loyalty. this is good, and returning pays for the items on behalf of the shopper. so this is pretty good and uh, and this is great. this is a win-win for you and your customers because with return lee, you have a seamless, self-service online return experience. we love that. we love the fact that you have upfront refund amounts, including taxes and discounts. this is pretty good, and all orders get delivered before returns shipped back. think about that. this is fantastik. okay, because at the end of the day, this is uh. you are actually creating a surprise and delight return experience, an experience that keeps customers coming back. what about the pricing? now, we have complete lack of transparency on the pricing. you have to contact returnedly to have a an idea of the planes. you can also request a demo, okay, so they can probably uh tok to you more about what's going on within the the company, and so this is pretty much it. what about the app? so you have the basics to automate returns for your shopify store. so you'll have access to return center, in-app labels, return management, nested return reasons, rma reporting and self onboarding. so this is pretty good. and in terms of premium, they do have a premium, a premium feature also. so all app features, plus auto refunding, variant exchanges, different price exchanges, policy controls, integrations, analytiks, custom urls and so on and so forth. one thing: we they. they have a lot of great features that we love. so they have the return lead credit, they have international returns, they have the green returns and they have the returns optimization. in terms of integrations, we have so far, based on our research, they have 33 integrations so far, anything from e-commerce to crm to 3pl, to erp, to business intelligence and ship it- erp stands for enterprise resource planning. customer service is accessible via email, chat, phone, web form, and the team is present in san francisco, chicago and madrid, in spain. let me tok to you now about happy returns. by the way, happy returns is, uh, now owned by paypal. okay, they actually were actually acquired not long ago and we loved the fact the happy returns: they really stik. they really stik to their name. they make returns beautiful, not just for shoppers, but also for retailers, partners and the whole planet, and we love the fact that this is a team that knows a lot about the shopping experience. actually, the team is: they have a solid management team that understands shipping and returns management. for example, when you have david sobi, he's a ceo and co-founder and he was a. he was formerly chief marketing officer at ecommerce giants, justfab and revolve. and we have mark geller- he's the ceo, the chief operating officer and co-founder. and then we have andrew pease- so the team- and andrew is the is a former chief, he's the cfo. okay, so dave, mark and andrew are doing a great job with, uh, happy returns and, of course, it pays off because they were acquired by paypal. they must be good, right? so what about pricing here? we have complete transparency here, so you can have the pro for 350 a month, the plus 500 a month or the enterprise where you need to contact them and you can also. you can also download the returns portal app for free in the shopify app store. it's pretty good in terms of features. some of the key features that we love with the happy returns. you have the online return and exchange service, you have the returns bars, you have the returns to your store and then you have the return by mail. and i want to quickly tok about the returns bars, because i think this is the people will love it. with return bars, you can reduce cost, you can increase loyalty and you can enhance sustainability. okay, so shoppers will bring items to return bars without labels or packaging and provide a qr express code and the store associate, known as the store associates, known as returnistas, the verify items for exchange or return and the returns are aggregated in reusable totes and shipped to original return hubs for sorting and processing. this is pretty good. and you have over 2500 locations, 200 288 metros and every state in the continental us, plus washington dc. so they are, they cover the whole, the whole nation. okay, and in terms of integrations, we have counted more than 40 integrations in terms of leading e-commerce platforms- big commerce, magento, shopify, solidus. we have global logistiks partners, deliver ingram, micro pfs, retail reworks- and they have trusted solution partners, everything from alloy to uh guidance to karna. and then they have world-class carriers, and here you have australia post, dhl, fedex, ups and usps and customer service. you can tok to a real human. you can contact them through the web, through a web form. okay, you can also host a happy returns bar. if that does something you like, this is great. and if you want to become a rich anista, this is fantastik too, because that has also. it's a win-win not only for your- uh, your, your store, but also for, uh, happy returns. okay, this is fantastik. i want to tok to you now about loop returns. so when we speak about loop returns, we ha

Make Your Shopify Product Page Look PROFESSIONAL with Color Swatches, Tabs & Metafields!

in today's video we are going to transform your shopify product pages from this to this. no coding required, no app purchases- anyone can do this. before we get into the video, if you like videos about winning products, drop shipping, shopify themes, apps and tutorials, do us a favor and hit that subscribe button and turn notifications on. now let's get into the video. all right, so i'm using shopify's free theme sense and, by default, here's how the product page looks. it's not bad, but i feel like it's missing a lot of elements such as trust badges, a star rating and customer reviews. all right, first things first. we are going to create a few meta fields. if you look at vessi's website, these little things here are what we're going to be creating. it's a way to organize and store product information without putting it all in your product description box. so things like materials, care instructions, ingredients and etc. vesis has put their product description in these little tabs as well. i have mixed feelings on that, but for this tutorial, we are going to do the same. from your shopify dashboard, click settings, meta fields, products and click add definition. the first one we're going to create is materials, so type in materials, then click select content type and click text. shopify made an update on april 6 where you can now add medified lists. so previously, if you had a list of ingredients, for example, you would type them like this, but with the update you can now type your list like this: to activate that new feature, all you have to do is click this right here: except list of values, click save and we are going to create our next one. click add definition again, start typing care and then care guide should pop up here. click that, then click save. last one: click add definition type description. click select content type, select text, select multi-column text and save. if you're new to meta fields and want to see some more examples of what you can do with them, check out this video here. all right, now let's go to our product listing and if you scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page, you will see the new meta fields here. i'm going to go ahead and copy and paste what i currently have in the description box to both organize my information and save space. the last one here is materials and you can see the list feature in action. all you need to do is click add item to add more lines, or you can click the minus here to delete any you don't need. all right, let's save our work and then we're going to add it into our product page. you'll see here if i view my product. all the information i entered is nowhere to be seen. these tabs here are included by default- the sense theme, but as you can see, they are empty. so click customize on your theme. click on this drop-down menu here. click products- default product. as i mentioned, these tabs here are included with the sense theme already. but if you're using a different theme and don't have these under your product information, click add block and click collapsible row. since these are already here, we are just going to edit them. so click on ingredients. first we are going to change the heading to description and then you can click the drop down here to change your icon or you can just select none. if you don't want any icon, then under row content, we're going to click this right here: insert dynamic source, and we're going to select description and click insert. i'm going to do the same now for care instructions and materials. all right, return policy is just an extra. so i'm going to go ahead and delete this block, then save your work and here you can see that all of our information is now tucked away within these tabs. one last thing before we move on. you're going to notike a bit of a gap here. this is where our product description would be, but since we've moved it all into tabs, we can go ahead and remove that block while we are here. if there's any other blocks that you feel are unnecessary and are just taking up space, feel free to remove them. for example, this one at the top where it says ecom geeks. is that necessary? for me, no, so i'm going to go ahead and remove it, and same with the share button. you might decide to keep these blocks. it's totally up to you. but, as you can see, we've already condensed our information quite a bit and it's looking a lot more clean and organized, and it's also making more room for more essential pieces of information. this leads me to our next step, which is adding our star rating and our customer reviews. these both hold a lot of weight with potential buyers, so let's go ahead and add that in now. click add block star rating. i'm going to drag this up right underneath my product title, [Music]. i'm going to change my alignment to left and, if you want, you can play around with the size of the stars here. next, we are going to add in reviews, so click add, block. click reviews, and i'm going to leave this one at the bottom here. if you don't see reviews as an option to add, you'll need to add the product reviews app by shopify. the next thing we're going to do is add our trust badges. so save your work, if you haven't already, and then exit out of here. click apps, customize your store and search for ultimate trust badges. here's the one we want by conversion bear. it's 100 free, no trials or anything. you can just use it. click add app, install app and then you will be brought here. if you click select badges, you're going to see hundreds of payment providers to choose from and as you scroll down towards the bottom, you're going to start to see things like this, where you have money back, guarantee, authorized dealer, fast shipping, and as we scroll down even more, they have things like cruelty free, not tested on animals, vegan and more. i'm going to select my badges in a minute, but really quickly, i want to show you that you can change the appearance of these badges, which i highly recommend doing, so that they all have the same appearance. you can select monochrome or have a card outline, whatever you like. you can also change your alignment and the size for both desktop and mobile, and then up here, you can choose to erase the text or change it, and you can also change the alignment as well as the font, if you want. here's what i did for my badges. i chose free shipping, money back guarantee, 24: 7 customer support and secure checkout. i removed the title that was here, and here are my badge settings. i forgot to mention this before, but you can choose an animation for your badges when they load. i set mine as none, but it's another feature you can explore and play with if you want. once you're happy, make sure to save your work and then let's head back to customizing our store so that we can add this in. to add it in: click, add, block, select the trust badge widget and then i'm going to drag mine up right below the add to cart buttons. we are going to change one last thing, which is my favorite upgrade, and that is to change our color variants from text to nice circular color swatches. for this one we are going to need another app. this one is called global color swatch [Music]. when you get here. you can select how you want the variations to display for size. i'm going to leave it as button, but you could choose drop down or any of the other ones shown here. the important part here, though, is that for your color variation, you should select color or custom image swatch. when you're happy, click next steps. here is where we can choose the template we want for our product pages. you can click through these and select whichever one you like best. this next page has a lot of options for you to go through. i personally didn't adjust anything here, but it's there if you want to. our final step is to select which theme we want to install this on. once you've selected your theme, click install. now it's going to ask you to preview your product page to see if the swatch worked. you will see that it doesn't, but that's okay. we just have to configure one more thing. so go ahead and click. i see the swatches under color. click config, and then you're