How to Build a Custom Store Pr…

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In this video we will learn how to build a new layout for a product page based on the layout shown in the launch video of Editor X:
This is the first video out of 2.
In the second part we will learn how to use the product API to display the correct information for each product.

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Build your own website in Editor X (it’s free):

Live example:

Learn more about these features at Editor X Academy:
Sticky:

Grid:

If you need help, feel free to ask in the comments.

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31 thoughts on “How to Build a Custom Store Pr…

  1. How did you get the header to not conflict with the section? My layout keeps screwing up because the header is in the way, I have tried using a container instead of a section but the repeater always stretches out of the container to the bottom of the section 🙁

  2. another question
    Could you or maybe already planning to make a video of a custom dynamic product overview page (with all product of a collection for example) with different Filters (button, checkbox, …)

  3. Great video! Many thanks for your awesome tutorials.
    Do you know if is possible to set a custom page product for a different categories products. I mean, per example, a custom page product for Earphones and a completly different custom page product for Laptops.
    I really need that.
    THANKS!!!!

  4. Hey, I tried using this method but I think I messed up somewhere, is there any way I can get an editable template for this? It'll be great if that is possible. Thanks in advance.

  5. would love a tutorial about how to build out a custom shop page as well (not the individual product page)…..because right now it's SOOO limiting. You can only do the grid layout for the shop page….but even that is pretty broken.

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