If you’ve ever developed a Shopify theme, you know that the process can be a bit of a pain. The platform’s great, but there are lots of little pain points that can drive you to frustration:
I recently came across an article by Dan Riti, “Breaking the PageSpeed Barrier with Bootstrap”, which examines ways to improve the performance score of pages analysed by Google’s PageSpeed Insights tool.
A method for automatically subscribing new Gumroad customers to a MailChimp list. It’s not pretty, it’s not super-simple, but it works. Warning: moving parts (your own server, nginx) involved.
Since describing how to get Respond.js to work with Shopify, plenty of folks have been in touch with questions, comments and a few issues. In this post, I’ll respond to some common questions, and describe a technique to make the original trick even easier.
Have you heard of micro data? It’s a relatively new method of providing search engines with structured, detailed information about the products your online store carries. Learn more and see how to implement it on your own store.