In this article, you will learn about another Shopify element named Collection Image.
About Collection Image element
The Collection Image element is designed to display the images of your Shopify collections on your page to increase your conversion rate. You can use the Collection Image element to promote your collection on any non-collection page or use it on a collection page.
Note that you can search for this element by using the search function instead of finding it in the sidebar.
Collection Image element comes with one common variation but we will continue to add more variations to help you save time.
Drag a variation to layout and see how it can be configured.
Collection Image element configuration
Collection Image element comes with plenty of parameters allowing you to fine-tune content appearance for the best possible conversion rate.
Select the element in the layout to see its parameters.
When you drag and drop this element into the editor page, there are 2 choices for the Collection Source for you to choose from:
- Custom Collection
Note that if you are in the Collection Page and use the Collection Image element, then you can choose the Collection Source option. However, if you are in a Regular Page and use this element, the Collection Source option is disabled and the Custom Collection chosen by default.
If you choose Auto, then the collection that was assigned when you created this collection page will be displayed in the page editor. The Auto option is the default when you use the Collection Image element.
You can choose Custom Collection and select the collection you want.
The parameters in the General and Styling tabs are specific for this element. Read about them in this article.
|General tab’s parameters|
|3. TRACKING||This is a place to set up:|
|3.ATTRIBUTES||This is a parameter that all elements have. You can read more here.|
|4. VISIBILITY||This is a parameter that all elements have. You can read more here.|
|5. ANIMATION||This is a parameter that all elements have. You can read more here.|
|Styling tab’s parameters|
|1. SPACING||You can read about the SPACING parameter here.|
|2. BACKGROUND||You can read about the BACKGROUND parameter here.|
|3. BORDER||You can read about the BORDER parameter here.|
|4. DISPLAY||You can read about the DISPLAY parameter here.|
|5. CUSTOM CSS||You can read about the CUSTOM CSS parameter here.|