A seller’s custom domain is home to their online store and having one truly has its perks...
All of these reasons and more are why it’s important to make your custom domain look a million bucks.
Many sellers can attribute their success to having a custom domain, so make yours as attractive and customer-friendly as possible. Perfecting your custom domain is easy. Follow these steps below, and you’ll be live in no time.
A collection is displayed on your custom domain homepage, and with it, you can highlight up to four campaigns and also display one banner image with custom text. Give your potential customers a sneak peek of what your ecommerce store has to offer.
A good best practice is to think of your customers as window shoppers. Your collection is the source of their window shopping, and your goal is to get them to buy your products. This is why a seller’s custom domain must look its best.
You have the option to create up to nine collections. When uploading images, each collection will have its own best image specs, so please note the recommended image sizes for desktop and mobile when creating your collections. Use JPG or PNG files that are less than 5MB.
Sellers have access to our custom domain graphics library to help with designing their custom domains. In it you'll find different themes and styles of ready-to-use banner images, collections images, and logos to make your domain uniquely yours. Access it here.
This banner is the first thing that customers will see on your custom domain. Sellers often use it to feature a storefront or a promo, so it should be immediately eye-catching as we’re looking for something that engages the audience.
*The main banner size doesn’t change for the mobile version.
These will be displayed on a seller’s homepage when you scroll down. Unlike the main banner, the copy won’t be part of the final design and will only be editable through the domain manager. For all banners, the copy is placed at the bottom on desktop and placed at the top on mobile.
When designing your banners, reserve the necessary blank space for the copy to be placed over the image later on. The copy shouldn’t be included in the design.
Horizontal banners only feature storefronts, and designs differ depending on the collection’s theme. The copy won’t be part of the final design, and it will only be editable through the domain manager.
Again, when designing your banner, make sure you leave empty space on the image for the copy to be added on top later. The copy shouldn’t be included in the design.