A Collection page is where your products are categorized into a collection, allowing your customers to find what they are looking for easily.
Collections are a group of individual products - a single product can be featured in multiple collections across your site, and therefore multiple versions of this product are not required in your admin.
Within your Shopify admin, go to Sales Channels > Online Store > Themes.
Click your theme, and select Customize.
Go to the drop-down menu at the top of the page.
Scroll down to select Collection pages.
In order to view your collections, they must already exist within your Shopify admin.
Within your Shopify admin, go to Products.
In the drop-down menu underneath, select Collections.
To add a new collection, select Create collection.
Depending on how you set up your store's navigation, your customers can access your collection pages in various ways. However, the most common entry point to your collection pages is often through collection sections.
Your Featured collection section is where you display your products from one particular collection.
To learn more about featured collections sections, please read our guide:
Your Collection list section is where you can advertise collections of your choice on your homepage.
To learn more about collection list sections, please read our guide:
If you would like a sidebar to be displayed on your collections page, scroll down to Sidebar and select Enable sidebar content.
Under Collection pages > Content, you will be able to see content blocks on the left-hand menu.
By selecting Add content, you can feature the following content blocks within your sidebar:
You can drag and drop these content blocks to change the order that these images appear within your gallery.
By selecting Add content > Text, you can add a Heading and a block of Text to the sidebar on the left-hand side of your collection page.
By selecting Add content > Vendor, a list of your store's vendors will appear on the sidebar on the left-hand side of your collection page when this content block has been added - use the Heading entry field to choose a title for this list.
By selecting Add content > Menu, you can choose a menu to add to the sidebar on the left-hand side of your collection page when this content block has been added.
In order to add a menu to your theme, this menu first needs to exist within your Shopify admin settings.
Within your Shopify admin, go to Sales Channels > Online Store > Navigation.
Select the menu you wish to add.
Click Select menu to choose your menu from the drop-down list, and use the Heading entry field to choose a title for this menu.
By selecting Add content > Image, you can add an image to the sidebar on the left-hand side of your collection page by clicking Select image.
Upload a new image, or select a pre-existing image from your Library or Shopify's Free Images.
You can control how many products appear on each row of your collection page, with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 6.
To select a number, simply use the Products per row slider.
You can also control how many rows of products your collection page displays, with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 8.
To select a number, simply use the Rows per page slider.
By selecting Enable sorting, a Sort drop-down menu will appear allowing you to choose the order that products appear on your collection pages.
By selecting Enable tag filtering, a Filter drop-down menu will appear allowing your customers to sort through your products according to their tags.
Under the Pagination type drop-down menu, you can choose how your customers proceed in viewing the next set of products once the end of the page has been reached.
By selecting Paged navigation, your customers can select which page number they wish to go to.
Additionally, customers can also use the Previous and Next buttons to navigate through the page numbers.
By selecting Infinite scrolling, the next set of products will load once your customers scroll to the bottom of the page.
By selecting Load more button, your customers will have the option to click Load more once they reach the bottom of the page.
By selecting Load more, your customers will simply be able to continue scrolling down the same page, rather than being taken to a new one.