- Create a Shopify account and install the Shopify software: To embed Shopify into a website, users will first need to create a Shopify account and install the Shopify software. Once they have installed the software, they will need to configure their website’s settings to allow Shopify to embed. Users can find instructions for configuring their website’s settings on Shopify’s website. Once they have configured their website’s settings, they will need to add a Shopify shop to their website. To add a shop, click on the “Shops” tab in the front-end of the website and click on the “Add Shop” button. Users will then need to provide their Shopify account information and the information for their store. They will also need to provide the URL for their store’s homepage1.
- Use an iframe: Users can embed a Shopify store in a website using an iframe. To do this, they can go to their Shopify dashboard and click on “Products.” Then, click “Add product.” From there, they will be able to add all of the products they want to sell on their website. Once they have added their products, they can use an iframe to embed their Shopify store in their website5.
- Use a Shopify collection: Users can add a Shopify collection to their website by clicking on the collection they want to add and then clicking “Embed on a website.” They can then customize the options for their buttons and shopping cart6.
In summary, to embed Shopify in a website, users can create a Shopify account and install the Shopify software, use an iframe, or use a Shopify collection. It’s important to evaluate these methods based on the specific needs and goals of the business and adjust them accordingly.