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Shopify is web based ecommerce software. This means there’s no installation required and it works with all operating systems (including Windows and MacOS)! Shopify hosts the site itself so You don’t have to worry about installing, upgrading or maintaining any software or web servers. Visit (opens in a new tab) to install Shopify.

1. Theme Install

  1. Ensure that You've created Shopify store.
  2. Ensure that You've purchased Lumia shopify theme here ↗ (opens in a new tab).
  3. Download the latest theme package from (opens in a new tab)

  1. Unzip package. The original package includes documentation(offline) / presets(skins, layouts etc for automatic installion) / updates(manual and automatic instructions for updating the theme if there are updates) / and the theme itself, which needs to be uploaded to Shopify.

  1. Login to Your shopify store. Go to Online Stores > Themes

  1. Add theme > Upload zip file

  1. Browse theme file N is a theme version) and Upload file.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed the theme. You can view it on the frontend of your site.

2. Set Currency


The following information is taken from the official documentation ↗ (opens in a new tab).

You can enable multiple currencies by adding the countries and regions for each currency that you want to accept in your store.

  1. From your Shopify admin, go to Settings > Payments.
  2. In the Shopify Payments section, click Manage.
  3. In the Countries/regions section, click Add country/region.
  4. Select the country or region that you want to support from the list of supported countries and regions ↗ (opens in a new tab).
  5. In the Multiple currencies section, enable the currencies that you want to support from the list of accepted currencies.
  6. Click Add country/region.

3. Set Customer Account

You can make customer accounts required, optional, or disable them altogether. Bear in mind that requiring customers to create accounts could reduce sales conversion.

To edit Your customer account settings:

  1. From Your Shopify admin, click Settings, then click Checkout.
  2. In the Customer accounts section, choose a customer account option:
    • Accounts are disabled.
      Customers won't have the option to create an account or log in; they'll have to manually enter their details at checkout, as the fields won't be pre-filled.
    • Accounts are optional - Choose this.
      Customers can choose to create an account, but it's not mandatory for checkout. If customers have an account and are logged in, their address fields will be pre-filled when they place an order.
    • Accounts are required.
      Customers must have an account and be logged in to place an order. This setting is useful if You're running a wholesale or members-only store, for example. Address fields are pre-filled when the customers place their order.
  3. Click Save changes to confirm Your change to customer account settings.