Pages

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Who can use this feature?

Anyone on the basic plan or above can publish pages.

 

Replo supports editing pages (landing pages and homepages) on your Shopify store.

A Shopify page is any page that lives at the /pages path in your store's URL - commonly, pages are used for informative content like contact forms or FAQs, marketing materials or SEO content, and landing pages for ad campaigns.

To create a new page

  1. In the Replo editor, find "Pages" in the left-side menu.
  2. Click the "+" button to add a new page.
  3. Configure the settings for your page - you can set a title, URL path (what goes after /pages/ in the page URL), and whether the page will become your store's homepage when published.
  4. Click "Choose Template" to choose a template to start your page with.
  5. Click "Create Page" to create your page.

To publish a page

  1. In the Replo editor, find "Pages" in the left-side menu and select the page you want to publish.
  2. Click the "Publish" button. You can click the "View Live Page" button to view the page live on your store.

To duplicate a page

Note: Replo supports duplicating pages which have already been created in Replo, but it's not possible to copy any website automatically using Replo. If you're interested in using pre-built templates, check out the Replo Template Marketplace for templates you can use to get started, or the Replo Experts Program to learn about how you can find a Replo Builder who can re-create pages in Replo.

To duplicate an existing page in Replo:

  1. In the Replo editor, find "Pages" in the left-side menu and select the page you want to duplicate.
  2. Right-click on the page and select "Duplicate Page". You can select the name for the duplicated page, and the duplicated page's URL path.
  3. Click "Duplicate" to create the new page. The duplicated page is an exact copy of the old page.

To hide the header/footer of a page

Replo pages can use the default header and footer from your Shopify store's theme, or Replo can hide the default header and footer if you don't want them to be visible on the page.

  1. Navigate to the page in the Replo Editor that you want to hide the header or footer for.
  2. In the Replo Editor header, click the settings button.
  3. In the page settings editor, click "Hide Header and Footer" (or if you want to hide only one, just "Hide Header" or "Hide Footer").
  4. Click "Save Changes". The page now hides the header and footer in the Replo Editor preview, as well as when you publish the page to your store.

To hide the announcement bar on a page

Some Shopify themes support a site-wide announcement bar, which is usually used to announce sales, free shipping, or other promotions. Replo can automatically hide the announcement bar if you don't want it to display on your page. To hide the announcement bar:

  1. Navigate to the page in the Replo Editor that you want to hide the header or footer for.
  2. In the Replo Editor header, click the settings button.
  3. In the page settings editor, click the toggle under "Hide Announcement Bar"
  4. Click "Save Changes". The page now hides the announcement bar in the Replo Editor preview, as well as when you publish the page to your store.

Setting a Replo Page as your Homepage

Replo supports saving any published Replo page as the homepage of your Shopify store. To set a page as the homepage:

  1. Create and publish a normal Replo page.
  2. In the header, find the "Page Configuration" button, then toggle on the "Is Homepage" toggle.
  3. Click "Update Page" to set the page as the homepage.
  4. Navigate to your store to confirm that the homepage was set correctly.

Homepages and Themes

Note that if you set a Replo page as your homepage, Replo automatically updates your Shopify theme to save the page as the theme's homepage. This means that if you publish a different theme, that Replo page might not be your store's homepage anymore. For more information, see Switching Themes.

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