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Shopify Navigation Tutorial | How to Create Drop-Down Menus, Footer, and Main Menu in Shopify Store

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Hi everyone. Welcome to Today I’m going to teach you that. How you can set up the navigation in Shopify. So first of all, you click on online store and then you click on Navigation. Basically, navigation is the top navigation or any navigation menu. It can be the footer menu, it can be the main navigation menu, or it can be any menu that your coder is bas ically coded inside the shopify. You can add more menus there. But in our theme, we have like two menus. One is the catalog menu and one is the footer menu. You can see quick links. So, if you want to add a new collection, a new collection over there, then we will teach you that how you can do that. So first of all, you click on the main menu. This is the main menu. And you need to make sure that you have some collections already added in the collection menu. If you want to know how you can add new Collection in Shopify, you. Can follow our videos on our channel. It’s already there. So in previous video, we added some collection. It’s Testing collection and testing category. So we are going to add a n ew item, testing Collection. That will be the name that will show in menu and then you can share. You can find the required collection here. If you type collection testing, you will see it will show one result there. So testing collection. So tex ting category, right? And what was the name? It’s test collection. So let’s write test only because we need to connect collection with that. So test collection is there and I’m just going to add that. Okay, now I will add another one. Testing, testing category. I just add that. After that, you need to save the menu. So the menu is saved. Now we’re going to refresh the page on home page. So let’s see. Sometimes it does take. Time to show these things here because theme upgrad e takes sometimes take time. So I just refresh the page again and you can see testing collection, testing category there. Now if you want to drag, if you want to have a drop down menu, for example, I just move that under category there and this one u nder there. Okay, so it’s a two level menu. Again, it will take like a few seconds to refresh the page. So we can just keep refreshing it, see if it works. Just make sure you save it. Okay? Save okay, there you go. So you can see the Testing collection, testing category there. If you want to create the third level of menu, so you can simply have this drag. So it’s first level, second level, third level. Save this one. And again, you just need to wait for like a few seconds and it will show that over here. Okay, so we refresh that now and click on the menu. See, this is the first level, testing collection, testing category. So that’s under that collection link. So that’s how you can set up the menu. H opefully this video will help you to understand the navigation thing. And if you have any question, you can feel free to email us at or you can visit our website for further information or our contact number. Thank you.

Shopify Navigation

Here at EcomBack – we teach you what we know best. We’ll teach you about using Shopify and how you—a store owner—can implement these lessons and significantly improve your eCommerce business.

If you have a Shopify store, then you need to know how to link your collections to the Main Navigation menu. You can add anything you want to the main menu, whether that be collections, products, and other web pages.

Making a decision about online store navigation is important. Store owners need to think about how they want customers to find products and information about their eCommerce business.

A menu can direct and help navigate the customer to the categories and/or catalog of your shop, whether that be a separate section for apparel, jewelry, etc., as well as quick links to your blog posts, store policies, email links, and social media accounts.

The best part about this tutorial is that you don’t need to have any coding skills! EcomBack Shopify Experts help eCommerce business store owners create and manage navigation to link collections, products, and pages on Shopify. It’s really that easy.

By using our steps below, you can help customers find what they are looking for faster than ever before.

How to Set Up Navigation in Shopify:

  1. Click on “Online Store” on the left-hand side of the page, under “Sales channels.”
  1. Click on “Navigation.”
  1. In the “Menus” section, there can be a Footer menu and the Main Menu. Click on the main menu.
  1. Among your list of menu items, “Add menu item” to include a collection. The link and name should correspond to the collection you want customers to see on the main menu. For instance, in your “Collections,” if you have one for Apparel, then you should add a menu item that says “Apparel.”
  1. Then, save the menu by hitting the “Save” button on the top right.

Set up drop-down menus in your Shopify store:

You can use drop-down menus to group pages together and make it even easier for customers to navigate your online store. This is used when you have a lot of products, and you want to add them to a collection for organization purposes.

To make any of the main menu items into a drop-down menu, all you have to do is drag one of the items underneath another, making it a “two-level menu.” You can also make a three-level menu that requires you to repeat the step—drag a menu item underneath the item on the second level.

Make sure you save any changes.

Once your Shopify store is more navigable and organized, this can help with SEO, rankings, and more.

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