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  1. Nov 2023
    1. Shopify don’t count the emissions footprint of the products sold by merchants in their actual climate data. No shipping, no manufacturing emissions, nothing (Amazon play a similar trick).

      This an interesting point - shopify can argue they do it to avoid double counting, but that’s not really what scope 3 is designed for

  2. Mar 2021
  3. Apr 2020
    1. Beginner-friendly platforms like Shopify and Etsy do a fine job, but many businesses outgrow them once sales take off. Take a look at your own business: as it expands, you might want functionality, flexibility, and design options beyond a one-size fits all service can offer. Open platforms tend to be easier to scale up or down as business demands it. One year, you might find that you need a robust inventory management system. A few years later, you might decide to scale down and specialize and find you’re stuck paying for more tools and services that you need. Open source platforms can grow as a business does, as long as the developers building out the system understand the importance of having the correct hosting setup.
    1. Connect a subdomain A subdomain is a subset for your root domain at the beginning of a URL. For example, in the URL shop.johnsapparel.com, shop is the subdomain. The most popular subdomain is www. You can use subdomains to organize your website and make it easier for visitors to find the information that they're looking for.To connect a subdomain, click Online Store > Domains > Connect existing domain and then follow the steps. If you're using a third-party domain, then you need your CNAME records to point to shops.myshopify.com. The name of the CNAME record should match the subdomain that you're adding.
    2. Add an existing domain to your Shopify store
  4. Jan 2020
    1. Shopify Developers Melbourne

      At Roemin, our Shopify developers build customized as well as enterprise solutions for your fast growing and branded merchants. With having an office in Melbourne, we specialize in multi-channel retail stores and work with some of Australia’s leading brands.

  5. Dec 2019
    1. Theme Store You may establish the appearance of your Shopify Store with a design template from Shopify’s Theme Store (“a Theme”). If you download a Theme, you are licensed to use it for a single Store only. You are free to transfer a Theme to a second one of your own Stores if you close your first Store. To initiate a transfer of a Theme to a second one of your Stores, please contact Shopify Support. You are not permitted to transfer or sell a Theme to any other person’s Store on Shopify or elsewhere. Multiple Stores require multiple downloads and each download is subject to the applicable fee. Shopify gives no assurance that a particular Theme will remain available for additional downloads.
    2. Staff Accounts Based on your Shopify pricing plan, you can create one or more staff accounts (“Staff Accounts”) allowing other people to access the Account. With Staff Accounts, the Store Owner can set permissions and let other people work in their Account while determining the level of access by Staff Accounts to specific business information (for example, you can limit Staff Account access to sales information on the Reports page or prevent Staff Accounts from changing general store settings).
    3. Your Shopify Store can only be associated with one Store Owner. A Store Owner may have multiple Shopify Stores. “Store” means the online store or physical retail location(s) associated with the Account.
    4. To access and use the Services, you must register for a Shopify account (“Account”) by providing your full legal name, current address, phone number, a valid email address, and any other information indicated as required.