How to Edit CSS in Shopify?

CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is the style sheet language used to format and style web pages. CSS can be edited in a variety of software programs, but Shopify makes it easy to do by providing built-in tools that make editing CSS a breeze! In this article, we’ll show you how to edit CSS in Shopify, and give you some tips on how to make the process even faster and easier.

How to Edit CSS in Shopify

If you’re looking to make your Shopify store look better, you’ll want to know how to edit CSS. CSS is the style sheet that tells a web browser how to display a website. You can use CSS to change the look and feel of your store, including things like font size, color, and positioning. Here’s how to edit CSS in Shopify:

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1. Navigate to Settings > General > Advanced Settings.

2. In the “CSS Editor” section, click the “Enable CSS Editor” link.

3. In the editor window, enter your desired CSS code and click the “Save” button.

4. Close the editor window and refresh your store page. The changes will take effect immediately!

How to Add a Custom Style Sheet to Your Shopify Store

In this blog post, we will show you how to add a custom style sheet to your Shopify store. This is a great way to make your store look unique and differentiate it from the competition. By adding a custom style sheet, you can change the overall look and feel of your store without having to code anything yourself.

First, open up your shopify admin panel and click on the “Appearance” tab in the sidebar. On the Appearance tab, you will see an area called “Custom Styles”. Click on this area and you will see a list of all the custom style sheets that are currently installed on your store.

Now, we want to add our custom style sheet to our store. To do this, click on the Add Custom Style Sheet button and enter the following information into the pop-up window:

Name: Custom Style Sheet

Location: css/

URL: https://your_domain_name/css/custom-style-sheet.css
Once you have entered this information, click on the OK button and your custom style sheet will be added to your store!

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Using Bootstrap for Your Store

If you’re like most Shopify merchants, you’ve probably been using the default theme and CSS files provided by Shopify. However, there are a number of advantages to using a custom theme and style sheet. In this article, we’ll show you how to edit CSS in Shopify using Bootstrap.

First, let’s create a new Bootstrap theme. To do this, open the Theme Options panel in the Shopify admin area and click on the Add Theme button. Enter the name of your new theme in the Name field and select Bootstrap from the Available Themes list. Click on the Activate button to activate your new theme.

Now that we have our new theme installed, we need to modify our default CSS file to use it. To do this, open the styles.css file in your project and locate the section that contains the code for your store’s header and footer. 

Basic Styles

In this article, we are going to show you how you can easily edit CSS in Shopify. You don’t need any special skills or software – just a text editor and a little knowledge of CSS.

To get started, open your shop’s style.css file in a text editor. (We recommend using a plain old text editor like Notepad++ or Microsoft Word.) Here’s what it looks like:

/* Basic Styles */ .navigation { position:relative; float:left; } .navigation ul { list-style:none; margin:0px; padding:0px; } /* Links */ a { background:#ccc; color:#000; display:block; padding:10px 20px; text-decoration:none; } /* Navigation */ .navigation li { display:inline-block; position:relative; width:100%; z-index:2;} /* Sections */ h1, h2, p { font-family:”Arial”, Helvetica, sans-serif;} img{max-width:100%;} /* Main Content Area */ .main-content { margin-top:-50px; border-bottom:#CCC solid 1px; } /* Sidebar */ .sidebar { padding:10px; margin:0px;} /* Footer */ .footer { padding:5px; font-size:8px; font-family:”Montserrat”, Arial, sans-serif;}

As you can see, the style.css file contains a number of basic style rules that will apply to all elements on your site. For now, just focus on the two sections we’ve highlighted in green: navigation and main content.

To change the look of a specific element in your shop’s style.css file, you’ll need to identify the rule that applies to that element, and then modify it as needed. Here are some tips to help you out:

To find the rule that applies to an element, use the search bar at the top of your text editor. For example, if you want to change the background color of an h1 tag, type “h1” into the search bar and hit enter. The first matching rule will appear in the editor window.

Advanced Styles

If you’re looking to customize the look and feel of your Shopify store’s CSS, you’ll want to be prepared to edit it yourself. Here’s a guide on how to do just that!

Before getting started with editing your CSS, make sure you have a basic understanding of its structure. Your Shopify theme likely includes a main.css file that includes all of the style rules for your site, and any additional files may also include custom styles. To edit a style in Shopify, you’ll need to locate the file corresponding to that style (in this example, that would be main.css) and open it up in a text editor like Notepad or TextEdit.

Once you have the file open, locate the section of code that you want to change and start modifying it. The basic structure of CSS is separated into two parts: the “style” section and the “content” section. The style section contains all of the rules that control how your content looks, while the content section contains all of the rules that control how your content behaves (for example, whether it can be styled or not).


If you’re like most web developers, you probably use CSS to style your websites. But what if you want to make changes to a certain part of your website without having to edit the entire stylesheet? You can do this by using custom properties in CSS. In this article, I’m going to show you how to use custom properties in CSS to change the look and feel of specific elements on your website.