Join Dani Beaumont for an in-depth discussion in this video About the exercise files, part of Designing Ecommerce Sites with Muse.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you'll want to copy those to a convenient location on your own computer. I've copied mine right here on my desktop. Let me give you a sense of what's inside. Double click on that folder and you'll see there's a number of subfolders and files within the directory. The Matcha assets folder has a number of images that are placed within the Muse file that we'll work with during this course. Below that is a Muse file folder and I've given you a begin and an end file.
Although there's multiple chapters to this course I can't really give you each chapter file because you'll be building out your own custom Shopify store. I did give you an end version of the whole project where you can look at my Shopify store as I've configured it if that helps you out. Below that, we have the QooQee Shopify widget. We'll double click on this to install the widget within the application. And that allows us to tie the store together with the Muse application.
And lastly, there's a Shopify assets folder that has images and some text that we'll import as we work on the project. Now because you'll be building out your own Shopify store, I'll remind you as we proceed to save your work as you go along. And if you don't have access to the exercise files at all that's okay too. You can just sit back and relax as I take you through everything step by step.
Dani shows how to build out Muse pages, set up a Shopify store in trial mode, and add products manually and in bulk. She also shows how to integrate Shopify products in Muse, generate terms of service and return policy changes, and set Shopify shipping and payments. Plus, she explains how your site owner can maintain their inventory on the Shopify side.
- Building out Muse pages
- Adding a store master page
- Creating a Shopify trial
- Adding products manually and in bulk
- Integrating Shopify products in Muse
- Formatting widget elements
- Adding product IDs
- Building out, testing, and publishing