5. Fashionopolism Theme: Choosing Theme Settings

In this article, we will go through the process of choosing the Theme Settings which relate to the site globally, like fonts, colors, etc. 

What are Theme Settings?

Theme settings are global configuration options for your theme that affect the website across all pages, like Colors, Fonts, etc. General settings also hold options for non-specific pages or content sections. The available settings in the theme settings tab will stay the same no matter what site page you're viewing in the theme editor.

Theme Settings for Fashionopolism

To edit the theme settings from your theme editor click on the Theme Settings tab.


Here you can upload a small icon that is shown in the URL bar of your browser. This image must be square and will be scaled down to 32px x 32px


Here you will set up the global color palette for all shared content sections your store, header, navigation, general, product icons, product page, footer.


Here you will choose the fonts used for Headers, Navigation, and content within in your store and set specific font sizes, decorations, and alignment for your content.


Here you will find shared options for products as they appear within your collection pages and the home page of your store where a featured collection is shown. Like switching product images on hover, showing vendor on product lists, and enabling quick view.


Here you will choose whether to use an Ajax drawer cart or a simple page-based cart. You can also adjust settings to show or hide the cart note box for customer comments within the cart.


Here you can enable the Social icons and add your own links to direct customers to your social accounts.

Something to note - For the Instagram only enter the account name, not the full website path.


Here you can configure the email popup that customers will see when entering your store. All emails captured from this popup will be added to the customer's section of your Shopify dashboard.


Here you can turn on the currency picker which allows customers to choose other currencies and see prices in that currency.


Here you can configure color schemes and content options for your checkout. Shopify's checkout looks much different than other pages on your site, so it's important to configure these settings.