In this article, you will learn about what will happen to your PageFly pages if you uninstall the app from your Shopify store.
What will happen to your PageFly pages?
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After you uninstall PageFly, all your pages will remain in your store and serve as live pages in the form of HTML code. You can edit those pages normally if you know how to write HTML code. Simply reinstall PageFly if you want to come back and edit them using our editor.
To find the pages, go to Shopify Admin > Online store > Pages.
To completely delete all PageFly pages and code, after removing the app, you need to delete the PageFly Assets theme. Simply go to Shopify Admin > Online Store > Themes > Remove PageFly Assets – DO NOT DELETE.
Then access the current theme from Shopify Admin > Online Store > Live theme > Action > Edit Code.
Search for “pagefly” in the search bar to filter all Pagefly liquid files, click on each page to open then press the Delete File button inside the code editing area. By deleting all PageFly liquid files, you will totally remove all PageFly data and code from your store.
Why downgrading is better than uninstalling?
When you downgrade from a paid plan to FREE plan, all your pages are editable. No data is lost.
Important: The FREE plan has a 3-page limit and no homepage feature, so you won’t be able to re-publish the PageFly home page once you have switched to the FREE plan.
Navigate to the top right corner > choose Explore PageFly plans.
You will get to the pricing table, where you can downgrade to the FREE plan.