You can enable some advanced navigation features by editing your theme's code:
Add breadcrumb navigation to let customers know where they are in your store.
Adding a menu to your Shopify store to show more links in your navigation menu.
Adding a sort order menu to collections allows visitors to choose different display orders for products.
Adding Swiftype to enable a richer search experience on your Shopify store.
Linking product options to update secondary product menus with the customer's current menu selection.
How to make links away from your store open in a new tab or window of your customer's browser.
Editing your search function to show only products when a customer searches for something in your store.
Enable the use of non-English characters in drop-down menus, by customizing your Shopify theme.
Before customizing your theme, make sure that you understand what level of support is available.
If you use a free theme from Shopify, we can help if you have trouble with supported customizations. Supported customizations include all tutorials in the Shopify Help Center that do not have the warning message shown in the Unsupported customizations section below. You can chat, email, or call us any time.
Unsupported customizations are outside the scope of our support service. This means that we’re not able to help you if you run into problems. All unsupported customizations include the following warning message:
If you are having trouble with an unsupported customization, then consider hiring a Shopify Expert. There’s also a growing community on our forums. You’ll often find friendly and helpful advice there.
If you do not use a free theme from Shopify, then customizations for your theme are not supported by Shopify. To find out what kind of support is available for your theme, go to your Themes page, and click Customize theme. Next, click the
... button beside your theme name in the top-left corner of the theme editor. Select Support: