How can I get the latest theme version?
Previous purchasers can get a FREE download of the latest theme version for the same store for which it was bought. This Shopify article explains more. Versions released from 16th March 2018 (2.4) include 4 new home page section types for blogs, maps, products and custom html.
Can I change the payment icons in the footer?
Payment icons are pulled directly from Shopify based on your payment settings.
Can I change the Shopify and Clean Themes text in the footer?
Yes, you can change static text labels in your store in the Language Editor.
What page templates are included in the theme?
The theme includes templates for standard pages, a contact page, a story page and a collections listing page.
How do I create a story page?
Create a page with the custom template page.story to add additional image and text content at the bottom of your story page (supported from version 2.7.0)
My slideshow image appears cropped on some screens - can I change this?
Yes, choose from two different layout options - fill the window (cropping the image to fill the screen) or choose to show the whole image, which won't fill the screen on mobile devices. (supported from version 2.7.0)
What size should my images be?
This article explains more about image sizing in our themes.
Our documentation is for the latest theme versions - 2.4.0 and above. Should you need guidance with an earlier version, please send us a support request via the contact form.
General Theme Settings
The shared 'Theme settings' allow you to specify fonts, colours, social media links, favicon and currencies to show on your storefront.
These demo stores aim to illustrate the variety of looks possible with the theme. Choose your theme style in the Theme Settings tab. The style settings will affect cross store elements such as your fonts, cart behavior, and social media icons. Applying a theme style will overwrite any existing settings in your Theme Settings tab. Your section specific settings won't be affected.
More information about theme styles can be found in this Shopify article.
The header menu and announcement bar can be docked (i.e. locked to the top of the screen as the user scrolls down your store) using the Enable fixed position
Use the Collection menus section to add up to four navigation menus to the top of your menu showing the featured images from each linked item
Dynamic Homepage Sections
Show up to 10 blog post excerpts on your home page choosing from a full width sliding feature layout or more traditional column layout
The feature layout requires your blog post to have a featured image and a blog post excerpt. To create an article excerpt go to your blog post and click on the add excerpt link below the article content.
Add videos from YouTube or Vimeo. You can set the videos to autoplay as soon as the page loads
Check the Full page width option to display your video without any border or margin
Image with text
Image with text and Image with text overlay sections allow for the addition of call to action buttons. The two images section allow for linking of the whole image blocks
Add a collection of products to show on your homepage - you can select from an even 'Grid' or 'Collage' type product layout
Buy direct from the home page using a Featured product section
Context Sensitive Sections
Some theme settings are only visible when you're on the right page - product options only show when you're viewing a product page, collection options on collection pages, etc
Choose from grid or collage for your collection listing pages, the same as featured products on your homepage
Enable infinite scroll to load in new products as the user reaches the end of a page
Use the overriding description alignment setting to change the arrangement of your product description within the restricted reading width column on your product pages.
Try the use box-options to display your variants as clickable links rather than drop-down boxes
Change the cart type here to toggle whether the user is taken to the Cart page immediately after clicking the buy button on if they remain on the current page (this option is sometimes known as AJAX add to cart)