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[Free Training] Building Shopify Themes for WordPress Theme Developers

[Free Training] Building Shopify Themes for WordPress Theme Developers

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More and more business owners are looking for customized websites, and ecommerce is often on the top of their priority list.

If you build websites, there's a good chance that you've worked with WordPress — but WordPress developers know that ecommerce is not a native feature of that system. To take advantage of the growing market demand for ecommerce, there’s no better time to start working with an ecommerce platform.

In this free webinar hosted by Shopify Partners, Tiffany Tse — Partner Education and Front End Developer Advocate at Shopify — will help WordPress users get started with Shopify theming by showing you how your existing skill set is transferable.

You'll learn:

  • Basic theme features and Shopify equivalents.
  • Parallels in theme structure between WordPress and Shopify.
  • Theme templates and loading content on the frontend.
  • How to set up a local environment, and what tools are available to get you ramped up quickly with Shopify theming.

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[Free Webinar] Getting Started with Sass and Shopify

[Free Webinar] Getting Started with Sass and Shopify

Getting started with Sass and Shopify webinar

In this free webinar hosted by Shopify Partners, Tiffany Tse — Partner Education and Front End Developer Advocate Lead at Shopify — will cover the basics of Sass, and how to use it to speed up your development with Shopify.

During this one-hour presentation, we’ll cover: 

  • What a CSS preprocessor is.
  • Sass vs. SCSS.
  • Variables and nesting.
  • Sass functions, mixins and custom functions.
  • Interpolation, workflow, and best practices.

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Canonical URLs: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

Canonical URLs: What Are They and Why Are They Important?

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SEO is important for every website, and an online store is no exception. Using canonical URLs can help to better inform search engines which URLs have identical or highly similar content.

In this article you will learn:

  • What a canonical URL is.
  • Why canonical URLs matter.
  • How the `canonical_url` object works.
  • Best practices, and things to keep in mind when using canonical URLs.

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Add Products Faster With Product CSVs

Add Products Faster With Product CSVs

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Shopify is a powerful platform that makes it easy to quickly build beautiful online stores for your clients. One way to make that process even faster is to import products via CSV. To help you do just that, we’ve compiled a set of product CSVs that contain high quality images and product data, such as variants, that you can import into a Shopify store. These product CSVs provide product data for design and testing purposes, and can be used to build themes and stores on Shopify.

In this article you will learn:

  • How to upload products via CSV file
  • How to preview products before uploading from a CSV file
  • How to automate product data importing with Developer Tools

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What is Progressive Enhancement and Why Should You Care?

What is Progressive Enhancement and Why Should You Care?

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If you’ve been building websites and applications for even a little while, you’ve most likely already heard of progressive enhancement. The idea has been around since 2003, it’s one that is often confused and misunderstood.

In this article you will learn:

  • The difference between progressive enhancement and graceful degradation.
  • How performance and accessibility benefit from progressive enhancement.
  • Modern tips and techniques for progressively enhancing a site with CSS and JavaScript.

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Using Placeholder Images for Products with the placeholder_svg_tag filter

Using Placeholder Images for Products with the placeholder_svg_tag filter

Placeholder images with Shopify SVG Tag

When beginning to build a theme or prototype, many developers use some form of placeholder text or image. This is usually because we want and need our websites to feel real, authentic, and similar to the final product. The `placeholder_svg_tag` filter gives developers the power to take advantage of SVG placeholder illustrations in their Liquid templates.

In this article you will learn:

  • The benefits of using placeholder images when you have missing content
  • How to use the placeholder_svg_tag filter
  • How to add custom classes to a Shopify SVG placeholder, and best practices for class naming

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17 Incredible Ecommerce Trends That Will Boost Your Sales in 2017

17 Incredible Ecommerce Trends That Will Boost Your Sales in 2017

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We've already predicted how the web will evolve in the next 12 months — but what about ecommerce?

We quizzed some of the brightest minds in ecommerce to forecast the biggest trends. Follow these exciting developments, and you will boost your sales in 2017.

In this article, you'll learn:

  • What industry experts see for the coming year
  • How personalization, augmented reality, and mobile ecommerce design will play out in 2017
  • What resources you should be reading and watching 

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3 Simple Steps for Setting Up a Local Shopify Theme Development Environment

3 Simple Steps for Setting Up a Local Shopify Theme Development Environment

If you’re looking to develop Shopify Themes locally, you should know that you’re not limited to the Shopify Theme Editor alone. You can also develop Shopify themes on your local development environment.

Once Theme Kit is setup, you can more easily integrate workflow tools like Git into your theme development — giving you the confidence to work on a Shopify Theme with a team of developers, work within your favorite text editor, and have a more localized experience when editing themes.

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