Sales banner

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Sales banner

Use the Sales banner section to announce a sale with a prominent discount, promotional headings and content, and optional buttons.

Tip | See the Countdown banner for a similar section with a countdown clock for events and promotions.

Set up section

Add this section to any template (except Checkout) and use the drag-and-drop handles to re-order its position. You can add this section multiple times with different content and settings.

Note | Editing a template changes all pages that use that template. To edit specific pages, you can create new templates or use metafields and dynamic sources.
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STEPS

In your theme editor (Customize):

  1. Select a Template to edit from the dropdown menu in the top bar.
  2. Learn how to use templates in our Templates guide.
  3. Under Template, click (+) Add section and select Sales banner.
  4. Click and hold the drag-and-drop handles ⋮⋮ to re-order your sections.

Add sale details

Add details about your sale, including the Sale typeSale amountSale unit, and Terms and conditions. Adjust the Font size and the Currency symbol position.

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STEPS

In your theme editor (Customize):

  1. Click on the Sales banner section to open the settings.
  2. Enter text for the Sale type. The default text sets the sale to be "up to" a certain percentage.
  3. Delete the text in this field for sales with a single percentage or dollar amount off on all sale products.

  4. Enter the Sale amount: either a dollar value or percentage number.
  5. Select the Sale unit% off$ per month$ per year$%, or set it to None.
  6. You can change the default text for Per Month ("/mo") and Per year ("/yr") in the Default theme content editor. Learn more about Changing the wording in your theme.

  7. Enter text for any Terms and conditions that might apply to the sale.
  8. Click Save.

Settings reference

Click the Sales banner section to find the following settings.

Banner

Height
Change the height of the banner section for desktop screens: between 200 and 800 pixels.
Mobile height
Change the height of the banner section for mobile screens: between 200 and 800 pixels.
Enable full width
Choose to display the banner the full width of the screen or window.
Layout
Choose to display all section content in One column or display the sale details and headings side-by-side in Two columns.

Sale

Enter the details of your sale, including the sale amount and conditions that apply.

Sale type
Change the text to describe the sale amount. For example, enter “up to” for a maximum discount or “starting at” for a minimum discount.
Sale amount
Enter the numerical value of the percentage or dollar amount.
Sale unit
Select the unit of the sale amount: either dollar value or percentage off.
Terms and conditions
Enter optional text to show any legal notes or restrictions that apply to the sale.
Terms vertical offset
Increase or decrease the space between the sale details and the terms and conditions text.
Sale font size
Increase or decrease the font size of all sale details.
Currency symbol position
Change the location of the currency symbol: either Before or After the dollar amount.

Content

Heading
Add text to show a main heading.
Heading size
Change the font size of the heading from small (1) to large (8).
Text
Add text to display below the main heading.
Button link
Select or paste a URL for a button. You can add up to three buttons below the section heading.
Button label
Enter call-to-action text to display as the button label. The most effective button labels ask customers to do something (e.g. Get started, Join us, Shop now). To learn more, read "What is a Call to Action?".
Button style
Choose a style for the button. Select Primary button (Solid), Secondary button (Solid), Tertiary button (Outline), or Text.

Section colors

Color scheme
Change the color scheme applied to the section text and background. Select the Default color scheme from your theme settings or select a variant scheme based on the default colors: either Inverse, Soft, Accent, or Sale. You may also select one of the two custom color schemas. Learn more about Color schemes.
Override with custom colors
Check this option to apply custom colors to the section. These colors will override the color scheme.
Text color
Select a custom color for all text in the blog post tile. This setting applies only if the Override with custom colors option is enabled.
Background color
Select a custom color for background of the blog post tile. This setting applies only if the Override with custom colors option is enabled.

Background image

Image
Select or upload an image to display as the background of the banner. The image will override the color scheme and use the overlay colors selected in your theme settings. There are no required image dimensions. We recommend a minimum width of 2500px.
Mobile image
Select or upload a mobile-specific image to display as the background of the banner. The image will override the color scheme and use the overlay colors selected in your theme settings.
Image focal point
Select the most important part of your image to keep centered. Use focal points to avoid unwanted cropping across different screen sizes. You can specify a focal point for an image used within a section or for an uploaded image file. Learn more in our image settings guide.
Mobile focal point
Select the most important part of your mobile image to keep centered. Use focal points to avoid unwanted cropping across different screen sizes. You can specify a focal point for an image used within a section or for an uploaded image file. Learn more in our image settings guide.
Tint opacity
Use the slider to adjust the transparency of the overlay color. Set the opacity to 0% to turn off the overlay color. If set to 100%, the overlay will be opaque.
Tint style
Choose to use a Solid overlay color or Gradient overlay for the tint. The gradient style fades across a range of hues. You can select the angle and direction of the gradient from one of four options.
Override with custom colors
Check this option to use custom overlay colors for the tint. These colors will override the overlay colors selected in your theme settings.
Text color
Select a custom color for the heading and text of the “View all” tile. This setting applies only if the Override with custom colors option is enabled.
Tint color
Select a custom overlay text color for the tint. This setting applies only if the Override with custom colors option is enabled.

Section style

Top spacing
Increase or decrease the amount of space above the section.
Bottom spacing
Increase or decrease the amount of space below the section.
Enable animation
Choose whether to display visual effects when scrolling, hovering, or interacting with the section. Go to our Animation guide to learn more.