- Choosing a theme
- Theme features
- Themes made by Shopify
- Installing new themes
- Publishing themes
- Working with theme files
- About CDNs
- Best practices for images
- Find and submit your sitemap
- Shopify Design Policy
- Updating themes
- Upload multiple files
- Using protocol-independent URLs
- Using theme presets
Your store's theme store controls all aspects of your online store's appearance and layout. You can manage your themes from the Themes page of your Shopify admin.
From the Themes page, you can:
- View your installed themes
- Visit the Shopify Theme Store
- Install a new theme
- Publish and unpublish themes
- Customize your theme
- Translate your theme
- Export, duplicate, and delete themes
View your installed themes
To see all the themes you have currently installed:
- From your Shopify admin, click Online Store, and then click Themes (or press
Below your published theme you will find any other installed themes that are unpublished (you can have up to 19 unpublished themes).
The featured theme shown at the top of your Themes page is your published theme. This means it's the theme that Shopify is currently using to display the pages of your website.
If you have other themes installed, they will be shown below. You can think of them as Unpublished themes.
You can have a total of 20 themes installed at any time. That's one published theme and up to 19 unpublished themes.
Visit the Shopify Theme Store
To visit the Theme Store:
From your Shopify admin, click Online Store, and then click Themes (or press
Click Visit Theme Store in the top righthand corner.
There is a wide variety of themes to choose from. You can type in the search bar to search for a theme, browse the themes by feature and by industry, and you can also browse just for free or paid themes if you want to. Click on a theme to find out more about it.
Before you commit to buying a theme, you can view a full-screen demo. Many themes also offer you the opportunity to see a preview on your own storefront.