How to install premade Storenvy theme

I get a lot of questions on how to install one of my pre-made Storenvy themes. Below you’ll find easy instructions and examples of error messages that might occur.

Backup and upgrade your current store design
Make a backup of your current store design before you install your new theme
A. In the Storenvy dashboard go to Storefront > Theme > Download Files
B. If you are still using the old Storenvy theme, upgrade to the Cooper theme

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Customize your Storenvy store html and css

UPDATE! This tutorial was written for the old Storenvy theme so not all changes will work for the new default Cooper theme.

You can also find premade Storenvy themes in my design shop.

Storenvy is great place to open up a shop because it’s free and you can customize your own store design. The default shop uses very clean css and html and is real easy to change.

Below you’ll find a tutorial on how to edit some basics, using css and html. Make a backup of your code before editing by going to your Storenvy dashboard > Design > Current Theme > Download Files.

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1. CSS – CHANGE STYLE OF PRODUCTS TITLE
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A. In the Storenvy dashboard go to Design > Edit styles > CSS mode
B. Find the h2#title { } code and replace it with the following code. This code removes the border at the bottom. Change the size of the font by changing 18px to a smaller or larger number.

h2#title {
color: #777777;   /*: Page Title :*/
border-bottom: none;
font-weight:normal;
font-size: 18px;
background-color: #FFFFFF; /*: Page Title Background :*/
}

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Tutorial: Fix broken blogger template designer

A while back I wanted to change my blog design and found my template designer was not working anymore. I thought I had broken it by editing the html and css. So I started from scratch and installed a standard blogger template but found it was still not responding.

I googled this and googled it some more and found many more bloggers having the same problem but no fix. This drove me up the wall for a couple of weeks until I finally found the solution. It seems there is a bug in Blogger. When you disable the mobile template, like I did, it breaks the template designer. Simply turning it back on will not do the trick, you will also have to restore your template. I’m not sure this will work for everyone but here’s how I fixed it.

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Tutorial: Backup your blog for Blogspot

Most people learn the hard way but let’s avoid that road by backing up our blogs. Try and backup at least once a month, it won’t take more than a few minutes of your time. Here’s how to backup your blog in two steps.

1. Backup your blog (posts & settings)
In your blogger dashboard, go to Settings – Other. At the very top, next to blog tools, click on Export blog -> Download Blog. Now save it on your computer

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