Until now the Theme Editor has displayed your theme’s Liquid template files in a very boring, black text field.
We think this makes it harder to edit and change your theme files than it needs to be, so we’ve added a bit of colour to the whole process.
To round off this update, we’ve added line numbers on the left to make it easier to locate and refer to the code.
In technical terms, this is known as a syntax-directed editor, but we just call it easy to use.
We’re pleased to announce that we have a new feature for our theme templates… Theme Settings.
Although the Spiffy Stores Themes have always been highly configurable, this configuration necessarily required some knowledge of HTML and CSS.
Not any more.
The new Theme Settings ability means that theme designers can now create a custom settings form that allows the end-user to simply choose from basic theme configuration options such as colour scheme, custom logo configuration and design layout.