Metafields in Shopify have been around for many years. They allow you to extend native objects like products and orders by storing custom information that is relevant to these resources.
Find the geolocation of the current customer in Shopify without using an app or any third-party service. If there is one thing the pandemic has thought us, it is that we live in a truly globalized world.
The ability to stack discounts on a single order has been a major Shopify limitation for a long time as it was only possible to apply one discount code to the cart.
The option to add custom metafields to different objects in Shopify like Product, Variant, and Order has been around for years. However, until recently it was only possible to create or manipulate metafields by utilizing the Admin APIs or by using a third-party app (that uses the APIs under the hood).
At Unite 2021, Shopify introduced Online Store 2. Along with the long-awaited Sections Everywhere, a shiny new Online Store Editor and improved developer tools (including a GitHub integration), store owners can take advantage of updated storefront filtering capabilities.
Nowadays, almost all online stores use Facebook ads to reach customers and grow, so it’s crucial to make sure the data that your shop sends to Facebook via the FB Pixel is accuarate, as otherwise you would most likely be loosing money by not having your ad campaigns optimized correctly.
The Ryanair website has gone through some major changes in the last few years and while you can say the improvements are significant, there’re some design decisions that are spoiling the overall positive experience. On the screenshot above you can see a section asking you to add security fast track to your trip.