Footer

Capital’s footer is a rich customizable area. You can choose to show lots of store information or just a little.

Capital's footer

When your store is viewed on a mobile device, the footer appears underneath the navigation menu when the menu button (☰) in the left-hand corner of each page.

Capital's footer on a mobile device

You can also add profile links to all of your social media accounts from the Social media settings on the General settings tab in your theme editor.

Below is an image that shows all of the available social media icons in Capital.

Social media links

You can assign any two navigation menus to be displayed in the footer using the Show menu 1 and Show menu 2 dropdown menus. You could create special footer-specific navigation menus, use some of your existing navigation menus (like the Departments menu), or both.

If you need more information about navigation menus, see Shopify’s article Menus and links.

Show shop contact information

Use the Show shop contact information checkbox to display the contact information from your shop’s account information on the Settings ► General area of your Shopify admin.

Show payment icons

Use the Show payment icons checkbox to display any payment methods that your shop accepts. Capital automatically grabs the list of payment methods you accept and displays them, so no other configuration is required.

See Shopify’s article Payment settings if you need more information about setting up payment methods.

Mailing list segments

Using Capital’s mailing list footer block, you can hook up multiple MailChimp mailing lists to segment your subscribers based on their interests.

Mailing list block with segments

To set this up:

  1. Within your theme settings, click to open the Footer menu under the Section settings.
  2. Click the Add mailing list segment button.
  3. Fill out the Title field with your preferred segment title.
  4. Paste in your form action URL for the matching mailing list within the Mailchimp form action URL field. It should look something like this: //yourstore.us11.list-manage.com/subscribe/post?u=3243gh32423723324gh3243g3&id=a43674387".

You can learn more about the form action URLs required from Shopify’s article Get a MailChimp form action URL.