Join Dani Beaumont for an in-depth discussion in this video Formatting widget elements, part of Designing Ecommerce Sites with Muse.
- [Instructor] Let's go ahead and start formatting…these widget elements, so that they look a little more…like the finished design we'd like.…Now, to do this, I'm going to go ahead…and bring up the finished site as a guide.…So I'm going to go over to the web…and bring up the Matcha-Goodness.com/shop site…and under Products, go ahead and load that spoon page.…Now, you'll notice the layout here,…this is the work that can be probably the most tedious,…I think, in integrating these solutions together.…I've got my title here, "Tea Ceremony Spoon,"…a description, a price.…
I'm aligning my price and my Buy button and such…with the price sort of hanging off to the left,…the dollar sign.…I have this very tall, very skinny spoon here,…and I need to fiddle a bit as I get everything lined up.…What you'll notice is, as I press…and drag the edge of the browser,…I've got a fluid container for the text; it's flowing.…As I jump to the next breakpoint, notice how "Starter Sets"…goes away on the tablet layout.…It's slightly different; most things stay the same,…
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