When a visitor visits your eShop they will see your store's home page. You have a few options to customize this page and we'll walk you through the basic steps.

The first thing you'll need to do is open your eShop's settings:

  1. Log into your Premium Builder and go to "step 4 - Edit"
  2. Select your eShop from the left "Site map" and then click the "Settings" tab.

How can I change the number of columns of product categories?

The default display for product categories is a 2 column layout. To change this, select the desired number of columns from the "Number of columns in the categories list" dropdown:

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Once you have changed the number of columns and saved the settings, you can preview your site to see what it now looks like:

Example with One Column Example with Three Columns
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How can I change the number of products shown on each page?

10 products are shown by default on each page. You can change this value by updating the "Number of products per page" drop down. Please be aware that this value controls both the products shown on the homepage and the products shown on category pages.

How can I change the order of what loads on my eShop homepage?

Your eShop homepage shows both a listing of product categories and a listing of uncategorized products. You can change the order in which these load by selecting the desired option out of:

  • Show categories first
  • Show uncategorized products first

Please check the next article on Configuring Payment Systems within your eShop. If you missed our previous article, please see the Arranging your eShop's Products tutorial. For more information on this course please visit Creating an Online Store - eShop

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