Couponia Premium Shopify Theme
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Installing the theme is fast and easy. When you first download the file from ThemeForest and unzip it, you'll see a documentation folder, a readme.txt file, and another zip file called Couponia.zip. The Couponia.zip file is the theme file itself. Continue reading to learn how to install it.
If you already have a Shopify store setup
If you already have a store setup on Shopify, simply login to your admin area and click Themes in the left navigation menu. From there, click Upload a theme in the upper-right corner of the screen. A window will appear. Click the Browse button and navigate to the Couponia.zip to upload it. Note that you do NOT want to unzip this file prior to uploading, it must remain in .zip format.
Once the file finishes uploading, the Couponia theme will show up as an unpublished theme. To activate it, click the Publish button. A new window will appear asking if you want to replace your current theme. Don’t worry! Your old theme will not be deleted, it will just be set as inactive. Click the Publish button to continue.
The theme is now installed and ready for use!
If you do not have a Shopify store setup or you only have a free trial
If you don’t already have a Shopify store setup or are on a free trial, your best bet is to contact us after you’ve purchased your theme and we can setup a new account for you. The benefit of going this route is that there is no set time limit to your trial and you don’t have to pay any monthly fees until you’re ready to launch your store. If desired, we’ll also install the theme for you and help you get setup free of charge! If you’d like to take advantage of this, contact us to get started.
Shopify has just added a new feature to all of their stores — international language support. And guess what? The Couponia theme fully supports it!
What is it?
Basically, it’s an easy way for shop owners to translate the content of their store into other languages. There is a new section in the Shopify dashboard where you can edit translations for a wide variety of text and HTML blocks throughout your store. By simply entering text in various text boxes, you can make it much easier for international customers to navigate your store.
How do I get to it?
To access your language settings, click the Themes link in the left hand menu of your Shopify dashboard. If Couponia is enabled, click the button with the three dots in the upper-right corner of your screen and choose Edit language (see screenshot below).
Accessing your Language settings
You will then be presented with a user-friendly interface to edit your language settings. The theme has built in support for English and French languages. You can add more languages if you’d like, but this functionality is beyond the scope of the this documentation. Keep an eye on the Shopify documentation for an article on how to do this.
Editing the Settings
The language settings interface
Editing the settings is as straightforward as typing into each of the textboxes. There are tabs at the top of the screen that allow you to access translations for different areas of your store.
Integration with Couponia Theme
The majority of the translations in this area won’t require any editing on your part. However, you can use this area to setup custom titles for various sections of your site. We use this area mainly for titling sidebar widgets, product tabs, and some section headings throughout the site. If you’re expecting to find title settings for a particular area, this is a good place to look. We’ve provided notes in the other sections of this documentation when you’ll need to make changes in this area.
Let’s jump in and take a look at the theme settings now.
Once you’ve finished installing the theme, it’s time to start customizing. To access the Theme Settings, simply click the Themes link in the left-hand navigation in your Shopify dashboard, then click the Customize theme button in the upper right-hand corner.
That wasn’t so hard now, was it? Ready to move on?
Global settings are options that will affect your entire site. This seems like a good place to start customizing your theme.
Let’s explore these options.
MailChimp Newsletter Support
Shopify has tight integration with MailChimp, which is an excellent service that allows you to create a mailing list and reach out to your customers. MailChimp has multiple pricing tiers, including one that is free and still offers a lot of functionality.
In various locations throughout the theme, you’ll notice newsletter sign up forms. If you wish to use this functionality, you must provide your form action URL. This is a special URL that is custom to your MailChimp account. For instructions on how to find your form action URL, follow this link.
The Couponia theme has the ability to display a currency selector at the top of your page. You can select which currencies to display and this allows your customers to see your products’ prices in their home currency.
Let’s briefly go through each option:
Show currency selector? – If enabled, a small drop-down menu will appear in the top-right corner of all of your pages allowing users to change the displayed currency.
Money format – this option determines whether or not the three-digit currency code will appear after all of the prices in your shop. Without Currency will display your prices with just the appropriate currency symbol and the price (e.g. $10.00). With Currency will display prices with the appropriate currency symbol and the three digit currency code (e.g. $10.00 USD).
Currencies you wish to support – Enter the three digit codes of all the currencies you wish to support in this box. They should be all upper-case and separated with a space. Visit this link to see a listing of all the supported currency codes. All the codes you enter here will show in the drop-down box at the top of all your store pages.
Default currency – This value should match the default currency you use in your store. It will be chosen in the drop-down as the default currency. You can set your store’s default currency in the Shopify dashboard. To do so, click Settings, then General and scroll down to the Standards & formats section.
Show currency notice on cart page? – Although you will be able to display prices on your storefront in different currencies, Shopify will still process orders in your shop’s default currency. If you wish to notify customers of this fact, check this checkbox and a brief message will appear in the cart. This should alert customers that the final total at checkout may be different than what they saw in their cart if they were viewing prices in their own local currency.
Once you’ve made your currency selections, there is one more step you must follow. From within your Shopify dashboard, navigate to Settings, then General and scroll down to the Standards & formats section. Make sure your chosen currency here matches your Default currency setting in your theme options, then click the change formatting link. You’ll need to edit the text in the HTML with currency and HTML without currency text fields. For reference, checkout the screenshot below.
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There is also a Shopify support document that explains this process. Check it out here.
Site Entry Popup
With the site entry popup, you can show a small popup window when a customer first visits your store. This is a great way to convince customers to sign up for your newsletter, engage with your store on social media, or for whatever purpose you choose. The popup will only display on the first page your customer visits, and will not show again to the same customer for the number of days you specify in the settings.
Let’s take a look at the options.
Show popup when visit enters site? – This is pretty simple. Do you want the popup to display?
Delay before showing popup - Defines the number of seconds after the user visits your site that the popup will wait to display.
Amount of time before popup shows again - Definies the number of days before the same customer will see the popup box again when visiting your site.
Entry popup heading – This is the heading text that appears at the top of the popup window.
Entry popup text – This is a custom message that appears below the heading. You can use regular text or basic HTML in here if you’re comfortable with it.
Show newsletter sign-up form? – This will show an input field where a user enters their email address to sign up for your MailChimp newsletter.
Show social icons? – Optionally show your social media icons below your newsletter sign-up form. You can configure your social media channels in your theme settings. See the Social Media section of this documentation for more information.
Ready for more?
In this section, you choose the colors for your site. The includes background colors for sections like the top bar and footer, as well as text colors. Let’s explore the options one at a time.
The Primary Color option controls your main link text color, various interface colors, button colors, and more. It is well used throughout your site. This color should be a darker color that contrasts well with white and other light-colored backgrounds.
The Secondary Color is used for link and button hover colors and a few other site elements.
Background Color or Image
If you choose a boxed layout for your site, you may choose a background color or image in the areas that surround the main content. To do so, check the Use a background image? checkbox and browse for the file. There are several options for the appearance of your background image:
Repeat background? – You can choose None, Horizontally, Vertically, or Both. If you choose None, the image will appear once and will not repeat. If the content of the page is longer than the size of the background image, the background color you specified above will be displayed. Horizontally will repeat the image horizontally across the screen, while Vertically will repeat the image vertically. These options are best for repeatable patterns. Choosing Both will repeat the image both horizontally and vertically.
Fixed background position? - If this is selected, the background image will remain in place even when the user scrolls around the page.
Stretch background to fill screen? – This option will automatically stretch the image to fit the full width of the user’s screen. It will also remain in a fixed position in spite of scrolling. To utilize this option, the recommended image size is at least 1600px wide x 1200px high.
Other Color Options
The other color options in this section are pretty self-explanatory. It's best to experiment with the colors until you come up with a color scheme that looks good to you.
Here, you can pick which fonts you want to use for your headings and standard body text. There are multiple Google fonts to choose from, as well as some web fonts, and standard system fonts. Here is a link that allows you to preview the Google font options.
The homepage is made up of the main slideshow (see next section), and up to seven unique customizable blocks that you can display in any order you want. Each block can only be used once, but there are two different product blocks that you can use. To see your options for the homepage, check out the theme features.
To begin, you select which blocks you want to use and in what order. This is handled with simple drop-down menus. Once you've made those selections, you can continue to configure each section.
Options here are pretty self explanatory, but here are a few tips.
When setting up promotional images, make sure your images are all the same size and at least 770px wide. This ensures that the images still look sharp on mobile devices when the site is scaled down.
Parallax vs. fixed background - A fixed background scrolls at the same speed as your scroll bar. A parallax background scrolls slightly slower, creating an eye-catching effect.
Setting Up the Slide Show
The homepage slideshow allows you to add up to five slides that will automatically rotate at the top of the screen. These images fill the full width of the site or boxed layout, so you’ll want to upload high-resolution images for these. We recommend at least 1600px wide. For best results, keep all your slider images the same aspect ratio.
There are three types of slides you can use - slide with caption text, slide with countdown, and slide with no caption. The caption option allows you to show text on the slide. This comes in the form of a title, subtitle, extra text, and a button that you can link to wherever you want.
If you choose a countdown, a beautiful countdown display will show how many days, minutes, and seconds there are until the date you specify. This is great for timed sales.
If you'd rather, you can also simply display an image with no caption. With this option, the entire slide will be clickable and link to the location you specify.
You can preview all three slider styles on the theme demo
The Couponia theme includes several options to help you setup your collection pages, but before we go over them, let’s talk a bit about some built-in Shopify functionality for Collection pages.
Collection Featured Image & Description
Shopify provides the ability to show featured images and a collection description on your collection pages. To do so, click on the Collections link in your Shopify dashboard, and click on one of your collections.
Collection featured image and description fields
To insert a featured image, click the Choose image button and upload an image. The theme displays this image the full width of the layout (not the screen), so you’ll want to choose an image that is in a landscape orientation, preferably at least 1130px wide. Height doesn’t matter, but since this is prime real estate on your collection page, you probably don’t want to upload something really tall. The Description you enter will be displayed underneath the image. These are both optional fields, and nothing will display if you leave them blank.
With that out of the way, let’s take a look at the theme settings and options for the collections page.
How many products would you like to show on a single collection page? – Select how many products you want to show on your collection pages. If you have more products in this particular collection, pagination will be created at the bottom of the page automatically.
Product Display Options
Product Grid Layout – Choose the number of columns you’d like to display. The demo uses three columns. Users can switch between grid and list views using the small buttons near the top of the collection page.
Show product type in grid? – If you check this option, the type of product will show up in small text below the title of the product in the grid. This is set in your Shopify dashboard on the product page.
Show quick view? - With this enabled, users will see a small eye icon when they hover over a product. When they click this eye, a popup window will display giving them a brief overview of the product without having to leave the page.
The rest of the options for your collection pages have to do with the sidebar. If you choose to show the sidebar, we have created several widgets that you can enable in your sidebar to help your site visitors get around. You can provide titles for these widgets by visiting the Theme Languages settings in your Shopify dashboard. If you wish, you may also disable the sidebar and the product grid will take up the full width of the page. Available sidebar widgets include:
Collections – Displays all your collections in an attractive collapsible widget.
Vendors – Displays all your vendors in an attractive collapsible widget. Vendors are created on your individual product pages.
Tags – A widget displaying the tags you’ve specified for your products. If you click on a tag, products that share that tag will be displayed. You can tag your products on your product pages.
Sale – This is a versatile widget that can essentially show products from any collection you choose. In the demo, we named it “On Sale” and created a collection of products that were on sale. A product is considered on sale if the compare at price you specify in the Shopify dashboard is less than the actual price.
Your product page is the gateway to sales, so we’re pretty proud of some of the options we’ve built into Couponia to help you get your products sold! Let’s take a look at the options at a glance:
Product Review Integration
Out of the box, Shopify doesn’t support product reviews. Luckily, they’ve released a free application that adds this functionality to your store. Although it’s pretty easy to integrate into most themes, you’re normally still required to get your hands dirty by editing some code in your theme templates. The Couponia theme includes integration with this application, and we’ve done all the code/template editing for you! All you have to do is install the application and you’re good to go.
To use the product review integration, you first need to install the application. To do so, follow these instructions:
Visit the app’s homepage and click the Get App button
It will prompt you to enter the URL for your Shopify store to complete installation (you may also be required to login to your account)
After installation, you may be prompted to setup the app by modifying your theme files. This is not necessary! We have made the modifications for you! The application is installed and you’re ready to go!
With the application installed, all you need to do is enable this functionality in your theme settings. Click the checkbox next to Enable product reviews and the theme will do the rest.
Product Option Swatches
By default, product variants and options on the product pages are displayed as drop-down menus. Customers choose their product options (such as color, size, material, etc.) using drop-down menus. This works fine, but we wanted to offer another option: product swatches!
With product swatches enabled, these drop-down menus for your product options are replaced with color-specific buttons (or swatches) that you can customize for color options, or attractive buttons for non-color options.
Standard product options display vs. swatches with custom color images
Working with color options
For the color options you have for your products, you can either let the theme attempt to choose a suitable color button for you, or you can upload an image that represents that color. The default color displays are fairly generic and may not match the colors of your products very well. In addition, if your colors have odd names, the script may not be able to select an appropriate color because it looks for specific color names. For example, if one of your products comes in the color “Granite,” the theme will not know what color to assign to it. In this case, the default color is used (which is the same as the primary color you selected elsewhere in theme options). If this is a problem for you, it’s best to upload your own swatch images.
Uploading your own swatches
To use your own swatches, you need to upload an image that is approximately 55 x 45 pixels in size. It must be in .png format and must follow a strict naming convention. The image must be named after the color option.
For example, if you have a color called ‘Déjà Vu Blue’, then name your image deja-vu-blue.png
Another example, if your color is ‘Blue/Gray’, then name your image blue-gray.png.
Most simple example, if your color is ‘Black’, the name your image black.png.
To upload your swatch images, follow these instructions:
Login to your Shopify dashboard and click on the Themes link in the left navigation.
Click the button with the three dots and a small drop-down box will appear. Click Edit HTML/CSS
Find your theme assets
You are now on the Template Editor page. Locate and click on the Assets folder to reveal its contents.
Under the Assets heading, click on the Add a new asset link.
Upload your image.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 until you have uploaded all your images.
Using Videos in Your Product Gallery
One of the great features built into the Couponia theme is product video support. By utilizing this option, you can include videos from YouTube or Vimeo as part of your regular product gallery! You can have as many videos is you’d like in your gallery, and setting them up is easy. Let’s get started.
Product video support
To use videos as part of your product gallery, you need to do three things. Get the embed code for your video from YouTube or Vimeo, upload a product photo as normal (preferably with some indication that it will link to a video), and edit that photo’s ALT text in your Shopify dashboard.
Getting the Embed Code
From YouTube: On the YouTube website, visit the page for your desired video, right-click on the video player itself and choose “copy embed code.”
From Vimeo: Navigate to the page where your video is located. Look at the video playback window and look for a small paper airplane icon. Click that, then click Share. A new window will popup with some options. You can ignore the size options, but make sure all the checkboxes under Special stuff at the bottom are unchecked, then copy the line of code in the Embed field. It doesn’t appear all on one line, so make sure you get it all.
Upload a Product Photo and Edit ALT Text
Navigate to your product page in your Shopify dashboard and scroll down to the Images section. You can use any of your existing images as a link to show a video, or you can upload a new one. In our case, we added a small colored triangle with a video play button to the corner of the image so customers can easily see that it will show a video. This is optional. Once the image is uploaded, click the small pencil image with the word ALT next to it to modify the image’s ALT text. Now, simply paste the YouTube or Vimeo embed code you copied earlier in to this box. Click Done and you’re all set. Now when customers click that particular thumbnail, instead of seeing a larger version of the image, they’ll see your video.
Edit the image’s ALT text and paste in your video embed code
Variant Images Support
The Couponia theme has built-in support for Shopify’s new variant images functionality. This functionality allows you to assign a different image to each available variant you specify for your products. This is useful if you want to show the appropriate image when a customer chooses a variant (like a blue dress, for example). To learn more about how to setup your variants with images, check out this page in the Shopify manual. Once you setup your variant images and a customer chooses that particular variant, the image in your product gallery will automatically change to that image.
With product tabs, you can present a lot of information to your customers without taking up a lot of space on your product pages. Showing the product tabs is optional, but if you use the Product Review integration, you will need to enable them.
You can have up to four tabs on your product pages, and the content for each is populated using content from a standard page you create in the Shopify dashboard. If you’re using Product Reviews support, the first tab is reserved for that. Simply give it an appropriate title in your theme settings. You can ignore the page option for that particular tab because it will have no effect.
The other tabs are setup in a very simple manner. Simply choose which page content you want to display. You create pages by clicking on the Pages link in your Shopify dashboard. You can provide custom titles for the tabs by visiting the theme language settings in your Shopify dashboard.
Note that the content of these tabs will be the same on all your product pages, so you can use them for re-usable content like sizing charts, store policies, contact information, or other things that would apply to all products in your store.
With all this information out of the way, let’s take a look at the last two settings in your theme settings for the product page.
Social Media Meta Tags
Social meta tags include Facebook and Pinterest Open Graph Tags and Twitter Cards. These are enabled by default to make the store more accessible on different platforms, and more readable for search engines. To use this feature, simply enter your site’s Twitter handle in text box and the theme does the rest.
If enabled, other products from the current’s product collection will be displayed at the bottom of your product page in an attractive carousel. To use this, simply click the Enable related products? checkbox. You can provide a custom title for this section by visiting the theme language settings in your Shopify dashboard. Easy peasy!
If you’ve made it this far, the hard work is done. We’re in the home stretch now. Let’s continue with setting up your blog.
Setting up your blog to look beautiful is a simple process. Let’s take a look at the options.
Blog Excerpts / Featured Images
Shopify doesn’t support featured images for blogs out of the box, so we’ve implemented a workaround that will allow you to show featured images on your blog page, articles page, and in sidebar widgets throughout your site. The workaround involves the Blog Excerpts field. If you wish to use this field to display featured images, check the box titled Use blog excerpt field for featured images in your theme settings. If you enable this function, you will only want to put a single image in your excerpt field (no text or other content). If you choose not to enable this, the blog excerpt functionality will work as normal. Your excerpt will display on your blog homepage under each post.
To access the excerpt field, click on the Blog Posts link in your Shopify dashboard, and click on either an existing blog article, or the Add a blog post button to create a new one. If you already have content in your blog excerpt field, it may be visible. If not, it may be hidden as shown below. Click the Add an excerpt… link to show the field.
Click to enable the blog excerpt field
To add a featured image to your blog post within the excerpt field, click the Insert Image icon.
Insert an image in the excerpt field
A new window will appear allowing you to choose an existing image, or if you want to add a new one, click the Upload file button to add your own. The featured images we use are a landscape orientation and fill the width of the container. If you’re choosing to show a sidebar on your blog page, you should make this image at least 850px wide. If you are not using a sidebar, you should make this image at least 1130px wide. Height does not matter. Once you’ve added your image to the excerpt box, make sure there is nothing else in the box and click Save at the top to save your blog post. The image will now be displayed at the top of your blog post on the blog and article pages. To see how these images are presented, check out the demo.
The blog in the Couponia theme allows for two optional sidebar widgets. They are Recent Posts and Tags if you choose to enable them. You can title your sidebar widgets by visiting the theme Language settings in your Shopify dashboard.
The Recent Posts widget will display a list of your most recent blog posts along with a thumbnail of the featured image (if enabled), the title of the post, and the date it was posted. The Tags widget is a handy way for your customers to find blog posts based on how you categorize them using tags. For this list to populate, you will need to tag your blog posts. Look for the Tags section on your blog creation page in your Shopify dashboard. Any tags you’ve used in your blog posts will appear in this widget, so be sure to tag your posts appropriately!
Let’s move on to options for standard pages next.
Basically, there are four different sidebar widgets you can display on your standard pages: Page links, Collections, Blog Posts, and Sale widgets. You can provide custom titles for these widgets by visiting the theme language settings in your Shopify dashboard. The sidebar can also be disabled on standard pages if you so choose. Let’s take a look at what each widget does and how to set it up.
Page links – This is a multi-purpose links widget that can display the contents of any link list you specify. As a reminder, you can setup a link list by clicking the Navigation link in your Shopify dashboard. Simply choose a link list to display.
Collections – This widget will show all the collections in your store, with the exception of the Frontpage widget.
Blog Posts – This widget will display your four most recent blog posts, including a thumbnail of the featured image (if enabled), the title of the blog post, and the date it was posted in chronological order beginning with the newest post.
Sale – The sale widget is a multi-purpose products widget that you can use to display products from any collection you specify. You can also choose how many products you want to show in this widget.
Ready to move on? Let’s look at the cart page next.
There are just a few settings for the cart page but they are important. It might be easiest if we can visualize it. Let’s take a look.
The Allow customers to add notes with their orders field adds the Order notes field you see above. When a customer fills out this field, these notes are passed to the store administrator. These are useful for special requests, shipping notes, etc.
The Cart currency note is also shown in this screenshot, but this note isn’t setup here. This text is tied to your currency settings. For information on how to set this up, refer to the Global Settings portion of this documentation.
Like most pages of your site, you can choose to display a sidebar on your cart page. You can also disable it if you choose. There are two widgets to choose from: a multi-purpose links widget and a shipping calculator widget. You can title these widgets by visiting the theme language settings in your Shopify dashboard.
The links widget allows you to show links from any link list you choose. Remember, you can add link lists in your Shopify dashboard in the Navigation section. This could be useful for things like your return policy, shipping information, etc.
The shipping calculator allows your customers to get an estimated shipping cost for their order without going through the checkout process. It utilizes the shipping options you have setup in your Settings menu within your Shopify Dashboard and takes into account the location, weight, and other applicable features to help the customer determine shipping costs. The screenshot below shows a sample output from the calculator. It requires no setup on your part, so it’s very easy to use!
The Couponia theme includes a beautiful Contact Us page template that features a working contact form and an optional Google Map to show your store location. Let’s look at how to get it setup.
Creating the Page
First, you need to create a contact page in your Shopify dashboard. Assuming you don’t already have one, head over to the Pages link on the left and click the Add a page button in the upper-right corner. If you do already have one, click on the page you want to use to open it. We need to select a different template for the page. To do this, scroll down to the very bottom and look for the Template section. There’s a drop-down menu here. We need to choose the page.contact template for our Contact Us page.
Choose the page.contact template here
This tells the theme that you want to use the special contact template for this particular page. This template includes the Google Map and contact form.
Contact Us Theme Settings
With our page created and the proper template selected, let’s take a look at the theme settings for the contact page.
Contact us settings
The contact page is divided into two main columns. The left hand column is for general information and any other content you want on the contact page. This is populated using the standard page content you specify in your Shopify dashboard for the Contact page. The right hand column contains the contact form. It will send an email to the main email address you have on file within your Shopify settings when someone fills out the form. You can provide custom titles for these columns by visiting the theme Languages settings in your Shopify dashboard.
Google Map Support
If you wish, you can also show a styled Google Map at the top of your contact us page. It will show a pointer icon at the location on the map that you specify based on Latitude and Longitude coordinates you supply in the settings. Don’t worry, it’s easy to find your coordinates using this handy page. Just type in the address of your store and it will give you the coordinates. Simply paste them into the appropriate text boxes and you’re done! Users can manipulate the map by zooming out and in just like they would any other map on the Google Maps site. Neat!
Just a few more settings left. Let’s setup our search options now.
The search settings controls how your search results page will look after someone runs a search on your site. There are three different options to choose from.
Product results only in grid format – This will display only product results when someone searches your site. They will be displayed in a grid format similar to a standard collection page. Standard pagination rules will apply.
Product results only in a list format – This will display only product results when someone searches your site. They will be displayed in a list format similar to a collection page that has had the list view setting applied. In other words, it will show one product per line. Again, standard pagination rules apply.
Product, page, and blog results in list format – This setting will display results search results from not only your product pages, but also from your blog posts and pages as well. They will be displayed in a list format with one result per line. This is a more comprehensive search option, but can sometimes show your customers unexpected results if you have a lot of page/blog content.
Just about done! Let’s look at the checkout options and wrap this up!
The final settings area we’ll look at in theme settings is the Checkout settings. These settings apply when your customer is ready to make their purchase and enters the Shopify checkout system. Shopify controls the whole checkout process — we were only able to make some minor styling tweaks to the checkout process. That said, we worked hard to make the checkout pages look as close to the theme design as we possibly. That said, here’s a look at the checkout settings you have:
As these settings were all created by Shopify, we’ll divert to them to explain the options better. This checkout functionality is a new feature that has yet to be fully rolled out, so as soon as the documentation has been added to Shopify’s site, we’ll post have information about it on our site. Stay tuned!