Shopify Cheat Sheet — A resource for building Shopify Themes with Liquid

The Shopify Cheat Sheet is a resource for building Shopify Themes with Liquid

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The Shopify Cheat Sheet is a resource for building Shopify Themes with Liquid

What is Liquid?

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Handles

The handle is used to access the attributes of a Liquid object. By default, it is the object’s title in lowercase with any spaces and special characters replaced by hyphens (-). Every object in Liquid (product, collection, blog, menu) has a handle. Learn more

What is a handle?

The handle is used to access the attributes of a Liquid object. By default, it is the object’s title in lowercase with any spaces and special characters replaced by hyphens (-). Every object in Liquid (product, collection, blog, menu) has a handle. Learn more

<!-- the content of the About Us page -->
{{ pages.about-us.content }}

How are my handles created?

A product with the title ‘shirt’ will automatically be given the handle shirt. If there is already a product with the handle ‘shirt’, the handle will auto-increment. In other words, all ‘shirt’ products created after the first one will receive the handle shirt-1, shirt-2, and so on. Learn more

Operators

Liquid has access to all of the logical and comparison operators. These can be used in tags such as if and unless. Learn more

==

equals Learn more

{% if product.title == 'Awesome Shoes' %}
  These shoes are awesome!
{% endif %}

!=

does not equal Learn more

>

greater than Learn more

<

less than Learn more

>=

greater than or equal to Learn more

<=

less than or equal to Learn more

or

condition A or condition B Learn more

and

condition A and condition B Learn more

contains

checks for the presence of a substring inside a string or array Learn more

{% if product.title contains 'Pack' %}
  This product’s title contains the word Pack.
{% endif %}

Types

Liquid objects can return one of six types: String, Number, Boolean, Nil, Array, or EmptyDrop. Liquid variables can be initialized by using the assign or capture tags. Learn more

Strings

Strings are declared by wrapping the variable’s value in single or double quotes. Learn more

{% assign my_string = 'Hello World!' %}

Numbers

Numbers include floats and integers. Learn more

{% assign my_num = 25 %}

Booleans

Booleans are either true or false. No quotations are necessary when declaring a boolean. Learn more

{% assign foo = true %}
{% assign bar = false %}

Nil

Nil is an empty value that is returned when Liquid code has no results. It is not a string with the characters ‘nil’. Nil is treated as false in the conditions of {% if %} blocks and other Liquid tags that check for the truthfulness of a statement. Learn more

Arrays

Arrays hold a list of variables of all types. To access items in an array, you can loop through each item in the array using a for tag or a tablerow tag. Learn more

{% for tag in product.tags %}
  {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}

EmptyDrop

An EmptyDrop object is returned whenever you try to access a non-existent object (for example, a collection, page or blog that was deleted or hidden) by a handle. Learn more

Truthy and Falsy

In programming, we describe “truthy” and “falsy” as anything that returns true or false, respectively, when used inside an if statement. Learn more

What is truthy?

All values in Liquid are truthy, with the exception of nil and false. In this example, the variable is a string type but it evaluates as true. Learn more

{% assign tobi = 'tobi' %}
{% if tobi %}
  This will always be true.
{% endif %}

What is falsy?

The only values that are falsy in Liquid are nil and false. nil is returned when a Liquid object doesn’t have anything to return. For example, if a collection doesn’t have a collection image, collection.image will be set to nil. Learn more

{% if collection.image %}
  <!-- output collection image -->
{% endif %}

Whitespace Control

In Liquid, you can include a hyphen in your tag syntax {{-, -}}, {%-, and -%} to strip whitespace from the left or right side of a rendered tag. Normally, even if it doesn’t output text, any line of Liquid in your template will still output an empty line in your rendered HTML. Learn more

Whitespace Control

Using hyphens, the assign statement doesn't output a blank line. Learn more

{%- assign my_variable = "tomato" -%}
{{ my_variable }}
tomato

Control Flow Tags

Control Flow Tags determine which block of code should be executed. Learn more

{% if %}

Executes a block of code only if a certain condition is met. Learn more

{% if product.title == 'Awesome Shoes' %}
  These shoes are awesome!
{% endif %}
These shoes are awesome!

{% elsif %} / {% else %}

Adds more conditions within an if or unless block. Learn more

<!-- If customer.name is equal to 'anonymous' -->
{% if customer.name == 'kevin' %}
  Hey Kevin!
{% elsif customer.name == 'anonymous' %}
  Hey Anonymous!
{% else %}
  Hi Stranger!
{% endif %}
Hey Anonymous!

{% case %} / {% when %}

Creates a switch statement to compare a variable with different values. case initializes the switch statement and when compares its values. Learn more

{% assign handle = 'cake' %}
{% case handle %}
  {% when 'cake' %}
     This is a cake
  {% when 'cookie' %}
     This is a cookie
  {% else %}
     This is not a cake nor a cookie
{% endcase %}
This is a cake

{% unless %}

Similar to if, but executes a block of code only if a certain condition is not met. Learn more

{% unless product.title == 'Awesome Shoes' %}
  These shoes are not awesome.
{% endunless %}
These shoes are not awesome.

{% and %}

The and operator lets you add additional conditions to a tag. A condition that uses and will only be true if both the left and the right side of the condition are true. Learn more

{% if product.title == 'Awesome Shoes' and product.price < 20000 %}
  These awesome shoes are affordable.
{% endif %}
These awesome shoes are affordable.

{% or %}

The or operator lets you add additional conditions to a tag. A condition with an or will be true if either the left or the right side of the condition is true. Learn more

{% if product.title == 'Awesome Shoes' or product.title == 'Awesome Hat' %}
  You're buying an awesome product!
{% endif %}
You're buying an awesome product!

Iteration Tags

Iteration Tags are used to run a block of code repeatedly. Learn more

{% for %}

Repeatedly executes a block of code. Learn more

{% for product in collection.products %}
  {{ product.title }}
{% endfor %}
hat shirt pants

{% else %}

Specifies a fallback case for a for loop which will run if the loop has zero length (for example, you loop over a collection that has no products). Learn more

{% for product in collection.products %}
  {{ product.title }}
{% else %}
  This collection is empty.
{% endfor %}
This collection is empty.

{% break %}

Causes the loop to stop iterating when it encounters the break tag. Learn more

{% for i in (1..5) %}
  {% if i == 4 %}
    {% break %}
  {% else %}
    {{ i }}
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
1 2 3

{% continue %}

Causes the loop to skip the current iteration when it encounters the continue tag. Learn more

{% for i in (1..5) %}
  {% if i == 4 %}
    {% continue %}
  {% else %}
    {{ i }}
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
1 2 3 5

{% cycle %}

Loops through a group of strings and outputs them in the order that they were passed as parameters. Each time cycle is called, the next string that was passed as a parameter is output. Learn more

{% cycle 'one', 'two', 'three' %}
{% cycle 'one', 'two', 'three' %}
{% cycle 'one', 'two', 'three' %}
{% cycle 'one', 'two', 'three' %}
one
two
three
one

{% tablerow %}

Generates an HTML <table>. Must be wrapped in an opening <table> and closing </table> HTML tags. Learn more

<table>
  {% tablerow product in collection.products %}
    {{ product.title }}
  {% endtablerow %}
</table>
<table>
  <tr class="row1">
    <td class="col1">
      Cool Shirt
    </td>
    <td class="col2">
      Alien Poster
    </td>
    <td class="col3">
      Batman Poster
    </td>
    <td class="col4">
      Bullseye Shirt
    </td>
    <td class="col5">
      Another Classic Vinyl
    </td>
    <td class="col6">
      Awesome Jeans
    </td>
  </tr>
</table>

Theme Tags

Theme Tags have various functions including: outputting template-specific HTML markup, telling the theme which layout and snippets to use, and splitting a returned array into multiple pages. Learn more

{% comment %}

Allows you to leave un-rendered code inside a Liquid template. Any text within the opening and closing comment blocks will not be output, and any Liquid code within will not be executed. Learn more

My name is {% comment %}super{% endcomment %} Shopify.
My name is Shopify.

{% include %}

Inserts a snippet from the snippets folder of a theme. Learn more

{% form %}

Creates an HTML <form> element with all the necessary attributes (action, id, etc.) and <input> to submit the form successfully. Learn more

{% layout %}

Loads an alternate template file from the layout folder of a theme. If no alternate layout is defined, the theme.liquid template is loaded by default. Learn more

{% paginate %}

The paginate tag works in conjunction with the for tag to split content into numerous pages. It must wrap a for tag block that loops through an array. Learn more

{% raw %}

Allows output of Liquid code on a page without being parsed. Learn more

{% raw %}{{ 5 | plus: 6 }}{% endraw %} is equal to 11.
{{ 5 | plus: 6 }} is equal to 11.

{% render %}

Renders a snippet from the snippets folder of a theme.

When a snippet is rendered, the code inside it does not have access to the variables assigned within its parent template. Similarly, variables assigned within the snippet can't be accessed by the code outside of the snippet. This encapsulation increases performance and helps make theme code easier to understand and maintain. Learn more

{% section %}

Inserts a section from the sections folder of a theme. Learn more

{% section 'footer' %}
<div id="shopify-section-footer" class="shopify-section">
  <!-- content of sections/footer.liquid -->
</div>

{% style %}

The Liquid {% style %} tag renders an HTML <style> tag with a Shopify data attribute. Learn more

{% style %}
  .section-header {
    color: #dddddd;
  }
{% endstyle %}
<style data-shopify>
  .section-header {
    color: #dddddd;
  }
</style>

Variable Tags

Variable Tags are used to create new Liquid variables. Learn more

{% assign %}

Creates a new variable. Learn more

{% assign my_variable = false %}
{% if my_variable != true %}
  This statement is valid.
{% endif %}
This statement is valid.

{% capture %}

Captures the string inside of the opening and closing tags and assigns it to a variable. Variables created through {% capture %} are strings. Learn more

{% capture my_variable %}I am being captured.{% endcapture %}
{{ my_variable }}
I am being captured.

{% increment %}

Creates a new number variable, and increases its value by one every time it is called. The initial value is 0. Learn more

{% increment variable %}
{{ variable }}
{% increment variable %}
{{ variable }}
{% increment variable %}
{{ variable }}
0
1
2

{% decrement %}

Creates a new number variable and decreases its value by one every time it is called. The initial value is -1. Learn more

{% decrement variable %}
{{ variable }}
{% decrement variable %}
{{ variable }}
{% decrement variable %}
{{ variable }}
-1
-2
-3

General Filters

General filters serve many different purposes including formatting, converting, and applying CSS classes. Learn more

date

Converts a timestamp into another date format. Learn more

{{ article.published_at | date: "%a, %b %d, %y" }}
Tue, Apr 22, 14

default

Sets a default value for any variable with no assigned value. Can be used with strings, arrays, and hashes. The default value is returned if the variable resolves to nil or an empty string "". A string containing whitespace characters will not resolve to the default value. Learn more

Dear {{ customer.name | default: "customer" }}
<!-- If customer.name is nil -->
Dear customer

<!-- If customer.name is "" -->
Dear customer

<!-- If customer.name is "   " -->
Dear

default_errors

Outputs default error messages for the form.errors variable. The messages returned are dependent on the strings returned by form.errors. Learn more

{% if form.errors %}
  {{ form.errors | default_errors }}
{% endif %}
<!-- if form.errors returned "email" -->
Please enter a valid email address.

default_pagination

Creates a set of links for paginated results. Used in conjunction with the paginate variable. Learn more

{{ paginate | default_pagination }}
<span class="page current">1</span>
<span class="page"><a href="/collections/all?page=2" title="">2</a></span>
<span class="page"><a href="/collections/all?page=3" title="">3</a></span>
<span class="deco">&hellip;</span>
<span class="page"><a href="/collections/all?page=17" title="">17</a></span>
<span class="next"><a href="/collections/all?page=2" title="">Next &raquo;</a></span>

format_address

Use the format_address filter on an address to print the elements of the address in order according to their locale. The filter will only print the parts of the address that have been provided. This filter works on the addresses page for customers who have accounts in your store, or on your store's address. Learn more

{{ address | format_address }}
<p>
  Elizabeth Gonzalez<br>
  1507 Wayside Lane<br>
  San Francisco<br>
  CA<br>
  94103<br>
  United States
</p>

highlight

Wraps words inside search results with an HTML <strong> tag with the class highlight if it matches the submitted search terms. Learn more

{{ item.content | highlight: search.terms }}
<!-- If the search term was "Yellow" -->
<strong class="highlight">Yellow</strong> shirts are the best!

highlight_active

Wraps a tag link in a <span> with the class active if that tag is being used to filter a collection. Learn more

<!-- collection.tags = ["Cotton", "Crew Neck", "Jersey"] -->
{% for tag in collection.tags %}
    {{ tag | highlight_active | link_to_tag: tag }}
{% endfor %}
<a title="Show products matching tag Cotton" href="/collections/all/cotton"><span class="active">Cotton</span></a>
<a title="Show products matching tag Crew Neck" href="/collections/all/crew-neck">Crew Neck</a>
<a title="Show products matching tag Jersey" href="/collections/all/jersey">Jersey</a>

json

Converts a string into JSON format. Learn more

var content = {{ pages.page-handle.content | json }};
var content = "\u003Cp\u003E\u003Cstrong\u003EYou made it! Congratulations on starting your own e-commerce store!\u003C/strong\u003E\u003C/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003EThis is your shop\u0026#8217;s \u003Cstrong\u003Efrontpage\u003C/strong\u003E, and it\u0026#8217;s the first thing your customers will see when they arrive. You\u0026#8217;ll be able to organize and style this page however you like.\u003C/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003E\u003Cstrong\u003ETo get started adding products to your shop, head over to the \u003Ca href=\"/admin\"\u003EAdmin Area\u003C/a\u003E.\u003C/strong\u003E\u003C/p\u003E\n\u003Cp\u003EEnjoy the software,  \u003Cbr /\u003E\nYour Shopify Team.\u003C/p\u003E";

placeholder_svg_tag

Takes a placeholder name and outputs a placeholder SVG illustration. An optional argument can be supplied to include a custom class attribute on the SVG tag. Learn more

{{ 'collection-1' | placeholder_svg_tag }}
<svg xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" viewBox="0 0 525.5 525.5">
  ...
</svg>

time_tag

The time_tag filter converts a timestamp into an HTML <time> tag. The output format can be customized by passing deta parameters to the time_tag filter. Learn more

{{ article.published_at | time_tag }}
{{ article.published_at | time_tag: '%a, %b %d, %Y' }}
<time datetime="2016-02-24T14:47:51Z">Wed, 24 Feb 2016 09:47:51 -0500</time>
<time datetime="2016-02-24T14:47:51Z">Wed, Feb 24, 2016</time>

weight_with_unit

Formats the product variant’s weight. Learn more

{{ product.variants.first.weight | weight_with_unit }}
24.0 kg

Array Filters

Array filters are used to modify the output of arrays. Learn more

concat

Concatenates (combines) an array with another array. The resulting array contains all the elements of the original arrays. Learn more

{% assign fruits = "apples, oranges" | split: ", " %}
{% assign vegetables = "broccoli, carrots" | split: ", " %}
{% assign plants = fruits | concat: vegetables %}
{{ plants | join: ", " }}
apples, oranges, brocolli, carrots

join

Joins the elements of an array with the character passed as the parameter. The result is a single string. Learn more

{{ product.tags | join: ', ' }}
tag1, tag2, tag3

first

Returns the first element of an array. Learn more

<!-- product.tags = "sale", "mens", "womens", "awesome" -->
{{ product.tags | first }}
sale

index

Returns the item at the specified index in an array. Note that array numbering starts from zero, so the first item in an array is referenced with [0]. Learn more

<!-- product.tags = "sale", "mens", "womens", "awesome" -->
{{ product.tags[2] }}
womens

last

Gets the last element in an array. Learn more

<!-- product.tags = "sale", "mens", "womens", "awesome" -->
{{ product.tags | last }}
awesome

map

Accepts an array element’s attribute as a parameter and creates a string out of each array element’s value. Learn more

<!-- collections = {title: "Spring"}, {title: "Summer"} -->
{{ collections | map: 'title' }}
SpringSummer

reverse

Reverses the order of the items in an array. Learn more

{% assign my_array = "a, b, c, d" | split: ", " %}
{{ my_array | reverse | join: ", " }}
d, c, b, a

size

Returns the length of a string or an array. Learn more

{{ 'is this a 30 character string?' | size }}
30

sort

Sorts the elements of an array by a given attribute. Learn more

<!-- products = "a", "b", "A", "B" -->
{% assign products = collection.products | sort: 'title' %}
{% for product in products %}
   {{ product.title }}
{% endfor %}
A B a b

uniq

Removes any duplicate instances of elements in an array. Learn more

{% assign fruits = "orange apple banana apple orange" %}
{{ fruits | split: ' ' | uniq | join: ' ' }}
orange apple banana

where

Creates an array including only the objects with a given property value, or any truthy value by default. Learn more

All products:
{% for product in collection.products %}
- {{ product.title }}
{% endfor %}

{% assign kitchen_products = collection.products | where: "type", "kitchen" %}

Kitchen products:
{% for product in kitchen_products %}
- {{ product.title }}
{% endfor %}
All products:
- Vacuum
- Spatula
- Television
- Garlic press

Kitchen products:
- Spatula
- Garlic press

Color Filters

brightness_difference

Calculates the perceived brightness difference between two colors. With regards to accessibility, the W3C suggests that the brightness difference should be greater than 125. Learn more

{{ '#fff00f' | brightness_difference: '#0b72ab' }}
129

color_brightness

Calculates the perceived brightness of the given color. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_brightness }}
153.21

color_contrast

Calculates the contrast ratio between two colors. Returns the numerator part of the ratio, which has a denominator of 1. For example, for a contrast ratio of 3.5:1, the filter returns 3.5. Learn more

{{ '#495859' | color_contrast: '#fffffb' }}
7.4

color_darken

Darkens the input color. Takes a value between 0 and 100 percent. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_darken: 30 }}
#355325

color_desaturate

Desaturates the input color. Takes a value between 0 and 100 percent. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_desaturate: 30 }}
#869180

color_difference

Calculates the color difference or distance between two colors. With regards to accessibility, the W3C suggests that the color difference should be greater than 500. Learn more

{{ '#ff0000' | color_difference: '#abcdef' }}
528

color_extract

Extracts a component from the color. Valid components are alpha, red, green, blue, hue, saturation and lightness. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_extract: 'red' }}
122

color_lighten

Lightens the input color. Takes a value between 0 and 100 percent. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_lighten: 30 }}
#d0e5c5

color_mix

Blends together two colors. Blend factor should be a value between 0 and 100 percent. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_mix: '#ffc0cb', 50 }}
#bdbb94

color_modify

Modifies the given component of a color (rgb, alpha, hue and saturation). The filter will return a color type that includes the modified format — for example, if you modify the alpha channel, the filter will return the color in rgba() format, even if your input color was in hex format. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_modify: 'red', 255 }}
{{ '#7ab55c' | color_modify: 'alpha', 0.85 }}
#ffb55c
rgba(122, 181, 92, 0.85)

color_saturate

Saturates the input color. Takes a value between 0 and 100 percent. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_saturate: 30 }}
#6ed938

color_to_rgb

Converts a CSS color string to CSS rgb() format. If the input color has an alpha component, then the output will be in CSS rgba() format. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_to_rgb }}
{{ 'hsla(100, 38%, 54%, 0.5)' | color_to_rgb }}
rgb(122, 181, 92)
rgba(122, 181, 92, 0.5)

color_to_hsl

Converts a CSS color string to CSS hsl() format. If the input color has an alpha component, then the output will be in CSS hsla() format. Learn more

{{ '#7ab55c' | color_to_hsl }}
{{ 'rgba(122, 181, 92, 0.5)' | color_to_hsl }}
hsl(100, 38%, 54%)
hsla(100, 38%, 54%, 0.5)

color_to_hex

Converts a CSS color string to hex6 format. Hex output is always in hex6 format. If there is an alpha channel in the input color, it will not appear in the output. Learn more

{{ 'rgb(122, 181, 92)' | color_to_hex }}
{{ 'rgba(122, 181, 92, 0.5)' | color_to_hex }}
#7ab55c
#7ab55c

Font Filters

Font filters are called on font objects. You can use font filters to load fonts or to obtain font variants. Learn more

font_face

Returns a CSS @font-face declaration to load the chosen font. Learn more

<style>
  {{ settings.heading_font | font_face }}
</style>
<style>
  @font-face {
    font-family: "Neue Haas Unica";
    font-weight: 400;
    font-style: normal;
    src: url("https://fonts.shopifycdn.com/neue_haas_unica/neuehaasunica_n4.8a2375506d3dfc7b1867f78ca489e62638136be6.woff2?hmac=d5feff0f2e6b37fedb3ec099688181827df4a97f98d2336515503215e8d1ff55&host=c2hvcDEubXlzaG9waWZ5Lmlv") format("woff2"),
        url("https://fonts.shopifycdn.com/neue_haas_unica/neuehaasunica_n4.06cdfe33b4db0659278e9b5837a3e8bc0a9d4025.woff?hmac=d5feff0f2e6b37fedb3ec099688181827df4a97f98d2336515503215e8d1ff55&host=c2hvcDEubXlzaG9waWZ5Lmlv") format("woff");
  }
</style>

font_modify

font_modify takes two arguments. The first indicates which property should be modified and the second is the modification to be made. While you can access every variant of the chosen font's family by using font.variants, you can more easily access specific styles and weights by using the font_modify filter. Learn more

{% assign bold_font = settings.body_font | font_modify: 'weight', 'bold' %}
h2 {
  font-weight: {{ bolder_font.weight }};
}
h2 {
  font-weight: 900;
}

font_url

Returns a CDN URL for the chosen font. By default, font_url returns the woff2 version, but it can also be called with an additional parameter to specify the format. Both woff and woff2 are supported. Learn more

{{ settings.type_header_font | font_url }}
{{ settings.type_base_font | font_url: 'woff' }}
https://fonts.shopifycdn.com/neue_haas_unica/neuehaasunica_n4.8a2375506d3dfc7b1867f78ca489e62638136be6.woff2?...9waWZ5Lmlv
https://fonts.shopifycdn.com/work_sans/worksans_n6.399ae4c4dd52d38e3f3214ec0cc9c61a0a67ea08.woff?...b63d5ca77de58c7a23ece904

HTML Filters

HTML filters wrap assets in HTML tags. Learn more

currency_selector

Generates a drop-down list that customers can use to select an accepted currency on your storefront. This filter must be used on the form object within a currency form. Learn more

{% form 'currency' %}
  {{ form | currency_selector: class: 'my_special_class', id: 'Submit'  }}
{% endform %}

img_tag

Generates an image tag. Learn more

{{ 'smirking_gnome.gif' | asset_url | img_tag }}
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0147/8382/t/15/assets/smirking_gnome.gif?v=1384022871" alt="" />

payment_button

Creates a dynamic checkout button for a product. This filter must be used on the form object within a product form. Learn more

{{ form | payment_button }}
<div data-shopify="payment-button" class="shopify-payment-button">
  ...
</div>

payment_type_svg_tag

Returns the <svg> tag of the requested payment type image for inlining purposes. Used in conjunction with the shop.enabled_payment_types variable Learn more

{% for type in shop.enabled_payment_types %}
  {{ type | payment_type_svg_tag, class: 'custom-class' }}
{% endfor %}
<!-- If the shop accepts Mastercard -->
<svg class="custom-class" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg">
  <circle fill="#EB001B" cx="15" cy="12" r="7"></circle>
  <circle fill="#F79E1B" cx="23" cy="12" r="7"></circle>
  ...
</svg>

script_tag

Generates a script tag. Learn more

{{ 'shop.js' | asset_url | script_tag }}
<script src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/t/394/assets/shop.js?28178" type="text/javascript"></script>

stylesheet_tag

Generates a link tag that points to the given stylesheet. Learn more

{{ 'shop.css' | asset_url | stylesheet_tag }}
<link href="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/t/394/assets/shop.css?28178" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all" />

Math Filters

Math filters can be linked and are applied in order from left to right, as with all other filters Learn more

abs

Returns the absolute value of a number or string that onnly contains a number. Learn more

{{ -24 | abs }}
{{ "-1.23" | abs }}
24
1.23

at_least

Limits a number to a minimum value. Learn more

{{ 2 | at_least: 5 }}
{{ 2 | at_least: 1 }}
5
2

at_most

Limits a number to a maximum value. Learn more

{{ 2 | at_most: 5 }}
{{ 2 | at_most: 1 }}
2
1

ceil

Rounds an output up to the nearest integer. Learn more

{{ 4.6 | ceil }}
{{ 4.3 | ceil }}
5
5

divided_by

Divides an output by a number. The output is rounded down to the nearest integer. Learn more

<!-- product.price = 200 -->
{{ product.price | divided_by: 10 }}
20

floor

Rounds an output down to the nearest integer. Learn more

{{ 4.6 | floor }}
{{ 4.3 | floor }}
4
4

minus

Subtracts a number from an input. Learn more

<!-- product.price = 200 -->
{{ product.price | minus: 15 }}
185

plus

Adds a number to an output. Learn more

<!-- product.price = 200 -->
{{ product.price | plus: 15 }}
215

round

Rounds the output to the nearest integer or specified number of decimals. Learn more

{{ 4.6 | round }}
{{ 4.3 | round }}
{{ 4.5612 | round: 2 }}
5
4
4.56

times

Multiplies an output by a number. Learn more

<!-- product.price = 200 -->
{{ product.price | times: 1.15 }}
230

modulo

Divides an output by a number and returns the remainder. Learn more

{{ 12 | modulo:5 }}
2

Money Filters

Money filters format prices based on the Currency Formatting found in General Settings. Learn more

money

Formats the price based on the shop’s ‘HTML without currency’ setting. Learn more

{{ 145 | money }}
<!-- if "HTML without currency" is ${{ amount }} -->
$1.45
<!-- if "HTML without currency" is €{{ amount_no_decimals }} -->
$1

money_with_currency

Formats the price based on the shop’s ‘HTML with currency’ setting. Learn more

{{ 1.45 | money_with_currency }}
<!-- if "HTML with currency" is ${{ amount }} CAD --> $1.45 CAD

money_without_trailing_zeros

Formats the price based on the shop’s ‘HTML with currency’ setting and excludes the decimal point and trailing zeros. Learn more

<!-- if "HTML with currency" is ${{ amount }} CAD -->
{{ 20.00 | money_without_trailing_zeros }}
$20

money_without_currency

Formats the price using a decimal. Learn more

{{ 1.45 | money_without_currency }}
1.45

String Filters

String filters are used to manipulate outputs and variables of the string type. Learn more

append

Appends characters to a string. Learn more

{{ 'sales' | append: '.jpg' }}
sales.jpg

camelcase

Converts a dash-separated string into CamelCase. Learn more

{{ 'coming-soon' | camelcase }}
ComingSoon

capitalize

Capitalizes the first word in a string. Learn more

{{ 'capitalize me' | capitalize }}
Capitalize me

downcase

Converts a string into lowercase. Learn more

{{ 'UPPERCASE' | downcase }}
uppercase

escape

Escapes a string. Learn more

{{ "<p>test</p>" | escape }}
<p>test</p>

handleize

Formats a string into a handle. Learn more

{{ '100% M & Ms!!!' | handleize }}
100-m-ms

hmac_sha1

Converts a string into a SHA-1 hash using a hash message authentication code (HMAC). Pass the secret key for the message as a parameter to the filter. Learn more

{% assign my_secret_string = "ShopifyIsAwesome!" | hmac_sha1: "secret_key" %}
 My encoded string is: {{ my_secret_string }}
My encoded string is: 30ab3459e46e7b209b45dba8378fcbba67297304

hmac_sha256

Converts a string into a SHA-256 hash using a hash message authentication code (HMAC). Pass the secret key for the message as a parameter to the filter. Learn more

{% assign my_secret_string = "ShopifyIsAwesome!" | hmac_sha256: "secret_key" %}
My encoded string is: {{ my_secret_string }}
My encoded string is: 30ab3459e46e7b209b45dba8378fcbba67297304

md5

Converts a string into an MD5 hash. Learn more

<img src="https://www.gravatar.com/avatar/{{ comment.email | remove: ' ' | strip_newlines | downcase | md5 }}" />
<img src="https://www.gravatar.com/avatar/2a95ab7c950db9693c2ceb767784c201" />

newline_to_br

Inserts a <br> linebreak HTML tag in front of each line break in a string. Learn more

{% capture var %}
One
Two
Three
{% endcapture %}
{{ var | newline_to_br }}
One<br>
Two<br>
Three<br>

pluralize

Outputs the singular or plural version of a string based on the value of a number. The first parameter is the singular string and the second parameter is the plural string. Learn more

{{ cart.item_count | pluralize: 'item', 'items' }}
3 items

prepend

Prepends characters to a string. Learn more

{{ 'sale' | prepend: 'Made a great ' }}
Made a great sale

remove

Removes all occurrences of a substring from a string. Learn more

{{ "Hello, world. Goodbye, world." | remove: "world" }}
Hello, . Goodbye, .

remove_first

Removes only the first occurrence of a substring from a string. Learn more

{{ "Hello, world. Goodbye, world." | remove_first: "world" }}
Hello, . Goodbye, world.

replace

Replaces all occurrences of a substring with a string. Learn more

<!-- product.title = "Awesome Shoes" -->
{{ product.title | replace: 'Awesome', 'Mega' }}
Mega Shoes

replace_first

Replaces the first occurrence of a substring with a string. Learn more

<!-- product.title = "Awesome Awesome Shoes" -->
{{ product.title | replace_first: 'Awesome', 'Mega' }}
Mega Awesome Shoes

slice

The slice filter returns a substring, starting at the specified index. An optional second parameter can be passed to specify the length of the substring. If no second parameter is given, a substring of one character will be returned. Learn more

{{ "hello" | slice: 0 }}
{{ "hello" | slice: 1 }}
{{ "hello" | slice: 1, 3 }}
h
e
ell

split

The split filter takes on a substring as a parameter. The substring is used as a delimiter to divide a string into an array. You can output different parts of an array using array filters. Learn more

{% assign words = "Hi, how are you today?" | split: ' ' %}
{% for word in words %}
{{ word }}
{% endfor %}
Hi,
how
are
you
today?

strip

Strips tabs, spaces, and newlines (all whitespace) from the left and right side of a string. Learn more

{{ '   too many spaces      ' | strip }}
too many spaces

lstrip

Strips tabs, spaces, and newlines (all whitespace) from the left side of a string. Learn more

"{{ '   too many spaces           ' | lstrip }}"
<!-- Notice the empty spaces to the right of the string -->
"too many spaces           "

reverse

reverse cannot be used directly on a string, but you can split a string into an array, reverse the array, and rejoin it by chaining together other filters. Learn more

{{ "Ground control to Major Tom." | split: "" | reverse | join: "" }}
.moT rojaM ot lortnoc dnuorG

rstrip

Strips tabs, spaces, and newlines (all whitespace) from the right side of a string. Learn more

{{ '              too many spaces      ' | rstrip }}
"                too many spaces"

sha1

Converts a string into a SHA-1 hash. Learn more

{% assign my_secret_string = "ShopifyIsAwesome!" | sha1 %}
My encoded string is: {{ my_secret_string }}
My encoded string is: c7322e3812d3da7bc621300ca1797517c34f63b6

sha256

Converts a string into a SHA-256 hash. Learn more

{% assign my_secret_string = "ShopifyIsAwesome!" | sha256 %}
My encoded string is: {{ my_secret_string }}
My encoded string is: c29cce758876791f34b8a1543f0ec3f8e886b5271004d473cfe75ac3148463cb

strip_html

Strips all HTML tags from a string. Learn more

{{ "<h1>Hello</h1> World" | strip_html }}
Hello World

strip_newlines

Removes any line breaks/newlines from a string. Learn more

<!-- product.description = "This is a multiline\nproduct description."
{{ product.description | strip_newlines }}
This is a multiline product description.

truncate

Truncates a string down to ‘x’ characters, where x is the number passed as a parameter. An ellipsis (...) is appended to the string and is included in the character count. Learn more

{{ "The cat came back the very next day" | truncate: 10 }}
The cat...

truncatewords

Truncates a string down to ‘x’ words, where x is the number passed as a parameter. An ellipsis (...) is appended to the truncated string. Learn more

{{ "The cat came back the very next day" | truncatewords: 4 }}
The cat came back...

upcase

Converts a string into uppercase. Learn more

{{ 'i want this to be uppercase' | upcase }}
I WANT THIS TO BE UPPERCASE

url_encode

Converts any URL-unsafe characters in a string into percent-encoded characters. Learn more

{{ "john@liquid.com" | url_encode }}
john%40liquid.com

url_escape

Identifies all characters in a string that are not allowed in URLS, and replaces the characters with their escaped variants. Learn more

{{ "<hello> & <shopify>" | url_escape }}
%3Chello%3E%20&%20%3Cshopify%3E

url_param_escape

Replaces all characters in a string that are not allowed in URLs with their escaped variants, including the ampersand (&). Learn more

{{ "<hello> & <shopify>" | url_param_escape }}
%3Chello%3E%20%26%20%3Cshopify%3E

URL Filters

URL filters output links to assets on Shopify’s Content Delivery Network (CDN). They are also used to create links for filtering collections and blogs. Learn more

asset_img_url

Returns the asset URL of an image in the ‘assets’ folder of a theme. Learn more

{{ 'logo.png' | asset_img_url: '300x' }}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/t/394/assets/logo_300x.png?28253

asset_url

Returns the URL of a file in the ‘assets’ folder of a theme. Learn more

{{ 'shop.css' | asset_url }}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/t/394/assets/shop.css?28253

file_img_url

Returns the URL of an image in the Files page of the admin. Learn more

{{ 'logo.png' | file_img_url: '300x' }}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/files/logo_300x.png?28261

file_url

Returns the URL of a file in the Files page of the admin. Learn more

{{ 'size-chart.pdf' | file_url }}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/files/size-chart.pdf?28261

customer_login_link

Generates a link to the customer login page. Learn more

{{ 'Log in' | customer_login_link }}
<a href="/account/login" id="customer_login_link">Log in</a>

global_asset_url

Returns the URL of a global asset. Global assets are kept in a central directory on Shopify’s servers. Using global assets can improve the load times of your pages. Learn more

{{ 'prototype.js' | global_asset_url | script_tag }}
<script src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/global/prototype.js?1" type="text/javascript"></script>

img_url

Returns the URL of an image. Accepts an image size as a parameter. Learn more

{{ product | img_url: '100x100' }}
{{ variant | img_url: '720x720' }}
{{ line_item | img_url: '1024x' }}
{{ image | img_url: '400x400' }}
{{ collection | img_url: '500x500' }}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/red_shirt_100x100.jpg?v=1398706734
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/red_shirt_720x720.jpg?v=1398706734
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/red_shirt_1024x.jpg?v=1398706734
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/red_shirt_400x400.jpg?v=1398706734
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/shirts_collection_500x500.jpg?v=1338563745

payment_type_img_url

Returns the URL of the payment type’s SVG image. Used in conjunction with the shop.enabled_payment_types variable. Learn more

{% for type in shop.enabled_payment_types %}
  <img src="{{ type | payment_type_img_url }}" />
{% endfor %}
<!-- If shop accepts American Express, Mastercard and Visa -->
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/global/payment_types/creditcards_american_express.svg?3cdcd185ab8e442b12edc11c2cd13655f56b0bb1">
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/global/payment_types/creditcards_master.svg?3cdcd185ab8e442b12edc11c2cd13655f56b0bb1">
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/global/payment_types/creditcards_visa.svg?3cdcd185ab8e442b12edc11c2cd13655f56b0bb1">

shopify_asset_url

Returns the URL of a global assets that are found on Shopify’s servers. Learn more

{{ 'option_selection.js' | shopify_asset_url | script_tag }}
<script src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/shopify/option_selection.js?20cf2ffc74856c1f49a46f6e0abc4acf6ae5bb34" type="text/javascript"></script>

sort_by

Creates a URL to a collection page with the provided sort_by parameter. This filter must be applied to a collection URL. Learn more

{{ collection.url | sort_by: 'best-selling' }}
/collections/widgets?sort_by=best-selling

url_for_type

Creates a URL that links to a collection page containing products with a specific product type. Learn more

{{ "T-shirt" | url_for_type }}
collections/types?q=T-shirt

url_for_vendor

Creates a URL that links to a collection page containing products with a specific product vendor. Learn more

{{ "Shopify" | url_for_vendor }}
/collections/vendors?q=Shopify

within

Creates a collection-aware product URL by prepending /collections/collection-handle to a product URL, where collection-handle is the handle of the collection that is currently being viewed. Learn more

<a href="{{ product.url | within: collection }}">{{ product.title }}</a>
<a href="/collections/frontpage/products/alien-poster">Alien Poster</a>

Global Objects

These objects can be used and accessed from any file in your theme, and are defined as global objects, or global variables. Learn more

all_products

Returns a list of all the products in your store. You can use all_products to access products by their handles. Learn more

{{ all_products['fancy-shoes'].title }}
Fancy Shoes

articles

Returns a list of all the blog articles in a store. Learn more

{% assign article = articles['news/new-products'] %}
{{ article.title | link_to: article.url }}
<a href="/news/new-products">New products</a>

blogs

Returns a list of all the blogs in a store. Learn more

{% for blog in blogs %}
  {{ blog.title }}
{% endfor %}
News
Product updates
Events

canonical_url

Returns the canonical URL of the current page. A page's canonical URL is the page's default URL without any URL parameters. For products and variants, the canonical URL is the default product page with no collection or variant selected. Learn more

{{ canonical_url }}

collections

Returns a list of all of the collections in a store. Learn more

{% for collection in collections %}
  {{ collection.title }}
{% endfor %}
Fall collection
Best sellers
New products

current_page

current_page returns the number of the page you are on when browsing through paginated content. It can be used outside the paginate block. Learn more

{{ page_title }} - Page: {{ current_page }}
Summer Collection - Page: 1

handle

Returns the handle of the page that is being viewed. Learn more

{% if handle contains 'hide-from-search' %}
  <meta name="robots" content="noindex">
{% endif %}

images

Allows you to access any image in a store by its filename. Learn more

{% assign image = images['store-logo.png'] %}
<img src="{{ image }}" alt="{{ image.alt }}">

linklists

Returns a list of all the menus (link lists) in your store. You can use linklists to access your link lists with their handles. Learn more

<ul>
  {% for link in linklists.main-menu.links %}
    <li>{{ link.title | link_to: link.url }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
  <li><a href="/">Home</a></li>
  <li><a href="/collections/all">Catalog</a></li>
  <li><a href="/blogs/news">Blog</a></li>
  <li><a href="/pages/about-us">About Us</a></li>
</ul>

page_description

Returns the description of the product, collection, or page that is being viewed. You can set descriptions in the Shopify admin. Learn more

{{ page_description }}
All about my store.

page_title

Returns the title of the product, collection, or page that is being viewed. You can set titles in the Shopify admin. Learn more

{{ page_title }}
About us

pages

Returns a list of all the pages in your store. You can use pages to access your pages with their handles. Learn more

<h1>{{ pages.about.title }}</h1>
<p>By {{ pages.about.author }}</p>
<div>{{ pages.about.content }}</div>
<h1>About us</h1>
<p>By Anne Teak</p>
<div><p>About page content!</p></div>

request

Returns information about the domain used to access the store. Use request.host to check which domain a customer is visiting from. Learn more

{% if request.host == 'myshop.com' %}
  Welcome USA!
{% elsif request.host == 'myshop.ca' %}
  Welcome Canada!
{% else %}
  Welcome!
{% end %}

scripts

Returns information about a store's active scripts. To learn more about Shopify Scripts, visit the help content for the Script Editor app or the Scripts API. Learn more

{% if scripts.cart_calculate_line_items %}
  <p>We are running a {{ scripts.cart_calculate_line_items.name }} promotion!</p>
{% endif %}

settings

Returns a list of the settings in your published theme. Learn more

{% if settings.use_logo %}
  {{ 'logo.png' | asset_url | img_tag: shop.name }}
{% else %}
  <span class="no-logo">{{ shop.name }}</span>
{% endif %}

address

The address object contains information entered by a customer in Shopify’s checkout pages. Note that a customer can enter two addresses: billing address or shipping address. When accessing attributes of the address object, you must specify which address you want to target. This is done by using either shipping_address or billing_address before the attribute. Learn more

address.name

Returns the values of the First Name and Last Name fields of the address. Learn more

Hello, {{ billing_address.name }}

address.first_name

Returns the value of the First Name field of the address. Learn more

address.last_name

Returns the value of the Last Name field of the address. Learn more

address.address1

Returns the value of the Address1 field of the address. Learn more

address.address2

Returns the value of the Address2 field of the address. Learn more

address.street

Returns the combined values of the Address1 and Address2 fields of the address. Learn more

{{ shipping_address.street }}

address.company

Returns the value of the Company field of the address. Learn more

address.city

Returns the value of the City field of the address. Learn more

address.province

Returns the value of the Province/State field of the address. Learn more

address.province_code

Returns the abbreviated value of the Province/State field of the address. Learn more

address.zip

Returns the value of the Postal/Zip field of the address. Learn more

address.country

Returns the value of the Country field of the address. Learn more

address.country_code

Returns the value of the Country field of the address in ISO 3166-2 standard format. Learn more

address.phone

Returns the value of the Phone field of the address. Learn more

article

The article object. Learn more

article.author

Returns the full name of the article’s author. Learn more

article.comments

Returns the published comments of an article. Returns an empty array if comments are disabled. Learn more

article.comments_count

Returns the number of published comments for an article. Learn more

article.comments_enabled?

Returns true if comments are enabled. Returns false if comments are disabled. Learn more

article.comment_post_url

Returns the relative URL where POST requests are sent to when creating new comments. Learn more

article.content

Returns the content of an article. Learn more

article.created_at

Returns the timestamp of when an article was created. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

{{ article.created_at | date: "%a, %b %d, %y" }}
Fri, Sep 16, 11

article.excerpt

Returns the excerpt of an article. Learn more

article.excerpt_or_content

Returns article.excerpt of the article if it exists. Returns article.content if an excerpt does not exist for the article. Learn more

article.handle

Returns the handle of the article. Learn more

article.id

Returns the id of an article. Learn more

article.image

Returns the article image. Use the img_url filter to link it to the image file on the Shopify CDN. Check for the presence of the image first. Learn more

{% if article.image %}
  {{ article | img_url: 'medium' }}
{% endif %}

article.image.alt

Returns the article image's alt text. Learn more

article.image.src

Returns the relative URL to the article image. Learn more

{{ article.image.src | img_url: 'medium' }}

article.moderated?

Returns true if the blog that the article belongs to is set to moderate comments. Returns false if the blog is not moderated. Learn more

article.published_at

Returns the date/time when an article was published. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

article.tags

Returns all the tags for an article. Learn more

{% for tag in article.tags %}
  {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}

article.title

Returns the title of an article. Learn more

article.url

Returns the relative URL of the article. Learn more

article.user

Returns an object with information about the article's author. This information can be edited in the Staff accounts options on the Account page in the Shopify admin. Learn more

article.user.account_owner

Returns true if the author of the article is the account owner of the shop. Returns false if the author is not the account owner. Learn more

article.user.bio

Returns the bio of the author of an article. This is entered through the Staff members options on the Account page. Learn more

article.user.email

Returns the email of the author of an article. This is entered through the Staff members options on the Account page. Learn more

article.user.first_name

Returns the first name of the author of an article. This is entered through the Staff members options on the Account page. Learn more

article.user.homepage

Returns the homepage of the author of an article. This is entered through the Staff members options on the Account page. Learn more

article.user.image

Returns the image object of the author of the article. Learn more

{% if article.user.image %}
  {{ article.user.image | img_url: '200x200' }}
{% endif %}
//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/users/user-image_200x200.png?v=1337103726

article.user.last_name

Returns the last name of the author of an article. This is entered through the Staff members options on the Account page. Learn more

block

A block represents the content and settings of a single block in an array of section blocks. The block object can be accessed in a section file by looping through section.blocks. Learn more

block.id

Returns a unique ID dynamically generated by Shopify. Learn more

block.settings

Returns an object of the block settings set in the theme editor. Retrieve setting values by referencing the setting's unique id. Learn more

block.shopify_attributes

Returns a string representing the block's attributes. The theme editor's JavaScript API uses a block's shopify_attributes to identify blocks and listen for events. No value for block.shopify_attributes is returned outside the theme editor. Learn more

block.type

Returns the type defined in the block's schema. This is useful for displaying different markup based on the block.type. Learn more

blog

The blog object. Learn more

blog.all_tags

Returns all tags of all articles of a blog. This includes tags of articles that are not in the current pagination view. Learn more

{% for tag in blog.all_tags %}
  {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}

blog.articles

Returns an array of all articles in a blog. Learn more

{% for article in blog.articles %}
  <h2>{{ article.title }}</h2>
{% endfor %}

blog.articles_count

Returns the total number of articles in a blog. This total does not include hidden articles. Learn more

blog.comments_enabled?

Returns true if comments are enabled. Returns false if comments are disabled. Learn more

blog.handle

Returns the handle of the blog. Learn more

blog.id

Returns the id of the blog. Learn more

blog.moderated?

Returns true if comments are moderated, or false if they are not moderated. Learn more

blog.next-article

Returns the URL of the next (older) post. Returns false if there is no next article. Learn more

blog.previous-article

Returns the URL of the previous (newer) post. Returns false if there is no next article. Learn more

blog.tags

Returns all tags in a blog. Similar to all_tags, but only returns tags of articles that are in the filtered view. Learn more

blog.title

Returns the title of the blog. Learn more

blog.url

Returns the relative URL of the blog. Learn more

cart

The cart object can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more

cart.attributes

cart.attributes allow the capturing of more information on the cart page. This is done by giving an input a name attribute with the following syntax: attributes[attribute-name]. Learn more

{{ cart.attributes.your-pet-name }}
Rex

cart.currency

Returns the currency of the cart. If your store uses multi-currency, then the cart.currency is the same as the customer's local (presentment) currency. Otherwise, the cart currency is the same as your store currency. Learn more

{{ cart.currency.iso_code }}
USD

cart.item_count

Returns the number of items inside the cart. Learn more

{{ cart.item_count }} {{ cart.item_count | pluralize: 'Item', 'Items' }} ({{ cart.total_price | money }})
25 items ($53.00)

cart.items

Returns all of the line items in the cart. Learn more

cart.note

cart.note allows the capturing of more information on the cart page. Learn more

cart.original_total_price

Returns the subtotal of the cart before any discounts have been applied. The amount is in the customer's local (presentment) currency. Learn more

cart.total_discount

Returns the total of all discounts (the amount saved) for the cart. The amount is in the customer's local (presentment) currency. Learn more

cart.total_price

Returns the total price of all of the items in the cart. Learn more

cart.total_weight

Returns the total weight, in grams, of all of the items in the cart. Use the weight_with_unit filter to format the weight. Learn more

checkout

The checkout object can be accessed in the order status page of the checkout. Shopify Plus merchants can also access properties of the checkout object in the checkout.liquid layout file. Learn more

checkout.applied_gift_cards

Returns the gift cards applied to the checkout. Learn more

checkout.attributes

Returns the attributes of the checkout that were captured in the cart. Learn more

checkout.billing_address

Returns the billing address of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.buyer_accepts_marketing

Returns whether the buyer accepted the newsletter during the checkout. Learn more

{% if checkout.buyer_accepts_marketing %}
  Thank you for subscribing to our newsletter. You will receive our exclusive newsletter deals!
{% endif %}

checkout.customer

Returns the customer associated with the checkout. Learn more

checkout.discount_applications

Returns an array of discount applications for a checkout. Learn more

{% for discount_application in checkout.discount_applications %}
  Discount name: {{ discount_application.title }}
  Savings: -{{ discount_application.total_allocated_amount | money }}
{% endfor %}
Discount name: SUMMER19
Savings: -$20.00

checkout.discounts

Returns the discounts applied to the checkout. Learn more

{% for discount in checkout.discounts %}
* {{ discount.code }}: {{ discount.amount | money }}
{% endfor %}
* secret-discount: $12.00

checkout.discounts_amount

Returns the sum of the amount of the discounts applied to the checkout. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

You save: {{ checkout.discounts_amount | money }}
You save: $12.00

checkout.discounts_savings

Returns the sum of the savings of the discounts applied to the checkout. The negative opposite of discounts_amount. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

checkout.email

Returns the email used during the checkout. Learn more

checkout.gift_cards_amount

Returns the amount paid in gift cards of the checkout. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

checkout.id

Returns the id of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.line_items

Returns all the line items of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.name

Returns the name of the checkout. This value is identical to checkout.id with a hash prepended to it. Learn more

checkout.note

Returns the note of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.order

Returns the order created by the checkout. Depending on the payment gateway, the order might not have been created yet on the checkout order status page and this property could be nil. Learn more

checkout.order_id

Returns the id of the order created by the checkout. Depending on the payment gateway, the order might not have been created yet on the checkout order status page. Learn more

checkout.order_name

Returns the name of the order created by the checkout. Depending on the payment gateway, the order might not have been created yet on the checkout order status page. Learn more

checkout.order_number

Returns the number of the order created by the checkout. Depending on the payment gateway, the order might not have been created yet on the checkout order status page. Learn more

checkout.requires_shipping

Returns whether the checkout as a whole requires shipping, that is, whether any of the line items require shipping. Learn more

{% if checkout.requires_shipping %}
  You will receive an email with your shipment tracking number as soon as your order is shipped.
{% endif %}

checkout.shipping_address

Returns the shipping address of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.shipping_method

Returns the shipping method of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.shipping_methods

Returns an array of shipping methods of the checkout. Learn more

Shipping methods:
{% for shipping_method in checkout.shipping_methods %}
  * {{ shipping_method.title }}: {{ shipping_method.price | money }}
{% endfor %}
Shipping methods:
* International Shipping: $12.00

checkout.shipping_price

Returns the shipping price of the checkout. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

checkout.subtotal_price

Returns the subtotal price of the checkout, that is before shipping and before taxes, unless they are included in the prices. Learn more

checkout.tax_lines

Returns all the tax lines of the checkout. Learn more

checkout.tax_price

Returns the tax price of the checkout, whether the taxes are included or not in the prices. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

checkout.total_price

Returns the total price of the checkout. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

Total: {{ checkout.total_price | money }}
Total: $26.75

checkout.transactions

Returns an array of transactions from the checkout. Learn more

collection

The collection object. Learn more

collection.all_products_count

Returns the number of products in a collection. collection.all_products_count will return the total number of products even when the collection view is filtered. Learn more

{{ collection.all_products_count }} total products in this collection
24 total products in this collection

collection.all_tags

Returns a list of all product tags in a collection. collection.all_tags will return the full list of tags even when the collection view is filtered. collection.all_tags will return at most 1,000 tags. Learn more

collection.all_types

Returns a list of all product types in a collection. Learn more

{% for product_type in collection.all_types %}
  {{ product_type | link_to_type }}
{% endfor %}
<a href="/collections/types?q=Accessories" title="Accessories">Accessories</a>
<a href="/collections/types?q=Chairs" title="Chairs">Chairs</a>
<a href="/collections/types?q=Shoes" title="Shoes">Shoes</a>

collection.all_vendors

Returns a list of all product vendors in a collection. Learn more

{% for product_vendor in collection.all_vendors %}
  {{ product_vendor | link_to_vendor }}
{% endfor %}
<a href="/collections/vendors?q=Shopify" title="Shopify">Shopify</a>
<a href="/collections/vendors?q=Shirt+Company" title="Shirt Company">Shirt Company</a>
<a href="/collections/vendors?q=Montezuma" title="Montezuma">Montezuma</a>

collection.current_type

Returns the product type on a /collections/types?q=TYPE collection page. For example, you may be on the automatic Shirts collection, which lists all products of type ‘shirts’ in the store: myshop.shopify.com/collections/types?q=Shirts. Learn more

{% if collection.current_type %}
  We are on an automatic product type collection page. The product type is {{ collection.current_type }}.
{% endif %}

collection.current_vendor

Returns the vendor name on a /collections/vendors?q=VENDOR collection page. For example, you may be on the automatic Shopify collection, which lists all products with vendor ‘shopify’ in the store: myshop.shopify.com/collections/vendors?q=Shopify. Learn more

{% if collection.current_vendor %}
  We are on an automatic vendor collection page. The vendor is {{ collection.current_vendor }}.
{% endif %}

collection.default_sort_by

Returns the sort order of the collection, which is set in the collection pages of the Admin. Learn more

collection.description

Returns the description of the collection. Learn more

collection.handle

Returns the handle of a collection. Learn more

collection.id

Returns the id of a collection. Learn more

collection.image

Returns the collection image. Use the img_url filter to link it to the image file on the Shopify CDN. Check for the presence of the image first. Learn more

{% if collection.image %}
  {{ collection.image | img_url: 'medium' }}
{% endif %}

collection.next_product

Returns the URL of the next product in the collection. Returns nil if there is no next product. This output can be used on the product page to output ‘next’ and ‘previous’ links on the product.liquid template. Learn more

collection.previous_product

Returns the URL of the previous product in the collection. Returns nil if there is no previous product. This output can be used on the product page to output ‘next’ and ‘previous’ links on the product.liquid template. Learn more

collection.products

Returns all of the products inside a collection. Note that there is a limit of 50 products that can be shown per page. Use the pagination tag to control how many products are shown per page. Learn more

collection.products_count

Returns the number of products in a collection. Learn more

{{ collection.all_products_count }} {{ collection.all_products_count | pluralize: 'Item', 'Items' }} total
24 Items

collection.published_at

Returns the date and time when the collection was published. You can set this information on the collection's page in your Shopify admin by the Set publish date calendar icon. You can use a date filter to format the date. Learn more

collection.sort_by

Returns the sort order applied to the collection by the sort_by URL parameter. When there is no sort_by URL parameter, the value is null (e.g. /collections/widgets?sort_by=best-selling). Learn more

{% if collection.sort_by %}
  Sort by: {{ collection.sort_by }}
{% endif %}
Sort by: best-selling

collection.sort_options

Returns an array of sorting options for the collection. Learn more

<select name="sort_by">
{% for option in collection.sort_options %}
  <option value="{{ option.value }}">{{ option.name }}</option>
{% endfor %}
</select>
<select name="sort_by">
  <option value="manual">Featured</option>
  <option value="best-selling">Best selling</option>
  <option value="title-ascending">Alphabetically, A-Z</option>
  <option value="title-descending">Alphabetically, Z-A</option>
  <option value="price-ascending">Price, low to high</option>
  <option value="price-descending">Price, high to low</option>
  <option value="created-ascending">Date, old to new</option>
  <option value="created-descending">Date, new to old</option>
</select>

collection.template_suffix

Returns the name of the custom collection template assigned to the collection, without the collection prefix or the .liquid suffix. Returns nil if a custom template is not assigned to the collection. Learn more

{{ collection.template_suffix }}
no-price

collection.title

Returns the title of the collection. Learn more

<h1>{{ collection.title }}</h1>
Frontpage

collection.tags

Returns all tags of all products in a collection. Learn more

collection.url

Returns the URL of the collection. Learn more

comment

The comment object. Learn more

comment.created_at

Returns the timestamp of when the comment was submitted.

Use the date filter to convert the timestamp into a more readable format. Learn more

{{ comment.created_at | date: "%b %d, %Y" }}
Feb 26, 2019

comment.id

Returns the id (unique identifier) of the comment. Learn more

comment.author

Returns the author of the comment. Learn more

comment.email

Returns the email address of the comment’s author. Learn more

comment.content

Returns the content of the comment. Learn more

comment.status

Returns the status of the comment. Learn more

comment.updated_at

Returns the timestamp of when the comment's status was last changed. For example, the timestamp of when a comment was approved by the article's author.

Use the date filter to convert the timestamp into a more readable format. Learn more

{{ comment.updated_at | date: "%b %d, %Y" }}
Mar 13, 2019

comment.url

Returns the URL of the article with comment.id appended to it. This is so the page will automatically scroll to the comment. Learn more

Content Objects

Objects that are used to output the content of template and section files, as well as the scripts and stylesheets loaded by Shopify and Shopify apps. Learn more

content_for_header

This object is required in theme.liquid and must be placed inside the HTML head tag. It dynamically loads all scripts required by Shopify into the document head. Learn more

{{ content_for_header }}

content_for_index

The content_for_index object contains the content of the dynamic sections to be rendered on the home page selected through a store's theme editor. Learn more

{{ content_for_index }}

content_for_layout

The content_for_layout object contains the content of the dynamically generated sections such as collection.liquid or cart.liquid. It is required in theme.liquid and must be placed inside the HTML <body> tag. Learn more

{{ content_for_layout }}

country_option_tags

Create option tags for each country. Learn more

country_option_tags

country_option_tags creates an <option> tag for each country. An attribute named data-provinces is set for each country, containing JSON-encoded arrays of the country’s respective subregions. If a country does not have any subregions, an empty array is set for its data-provinces attribute. country_option_tags must be wrapped in <select> HTML tags. Learn more

<select name="country">
  {{ country_option_tags }}
</select>

currency

The currency object contains information about a store's currency. Learn more

currency.name

Returns the name of the currency (for example United States dollars or Euro). Learn more

currency.iso_code

Returns the ISO code of the currency (for example USD or EUR). Learn more

currency.symbol

Returns the currency's symbol (for example, $ or ). Learn more

current_tags

Product tags are used to filter a collection to only show products that contain a specific product tag. Similarly, article tags are used to filter a blog to only show products that contain a specific article tag. The current_tags variable is an array that contains all tags that are being used to filter a collection or blog. Learn more

Inside collection.liquid

Inside collection.liquid, current_tags contains all product tags that are used to filter a collection. Learn more

Inside blog.liquid

Inside blog.liquid, current_tags contains all article tags that are used to filter the blog. Learn more

customer_address

The customer_address object contains information of addresses tied to a Customer Account. Learn more

customer_address.first_name

Returns the value of the First Name field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.last-name

Returns the value of the Last Name field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.address1

Returns the value of the Address1 field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.address2

Returns the value of the Address2 field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.street

Returns the combined values of the Address1 and Address2 fields of the address. Learn more

customer_address.company

Returns the value of the Company field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.city

Returns the value of the City field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.province

Returns the value of the Province/State field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.province_code

Returns the abbreviated value of the Province/State field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.zip

Returns the value of the Postal/Zip field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.country

Returns the value of the Country field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.country_code

Returns the value of the Country field of the address in ISO 3166-2 standard format. Learn more

{{ customer_address.country_code }}
CA

customer_address.phone

Returns the value of the Phone field of the address. Learn more

customer_address.id

Returns the id of customer address. Learn more

customer

The customer object contains information about a customer who has a Customer Account. The customer can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more

customer.accepts_marketing

Returns true if the customer accepts marketing. Returns false if the customer does not. Learn more

customer.addresses

Returns an array of all addresses associated with a customer. See customer_address for a full list of available attributes. Learn more

{% for address in customer.addresses %}
  {{ address.street }}
{% endfor %}
126 York St, Suite 200 (Shopify Office)
123 Fake St
53 Featherston Lane

customer.addresses_count

Returns the number of addresses associated with a customer. Learn more

customer.default_address

Returns the default customer_address. Learn more

customer.email

Returns the email address of the customer. Learn more

customer.first_name

Returns the first name of the customer. Learn more

customer.has_account

Returns true if the email associated with an order is also tied to a Customer Account. Returns false if it is not. Helpful in email templates. In the theme, this will always be true. Learn more

customer.id

Returns the id of the customer. Learn more

customer.last_name

Returns the last name of the customer. Learn more

customer.last_order

Returns the last order placed by the customer, not including test orders. Learn more

Your last order was placed on: {{ customer.last_order.created_at | date: "%B %d, %Y %I:%M%p" }}
Your last order was placed on: April 25, 2014 01:49PM

customer.name

Returns the full name of the customer. Learn more

customer.orders

Returns an array of all orders placed by the customer. Learn more

{% for order in customer.orders %}
  {{ order.id }}
{% endfor %}
\#1088
\#1089
\#1090

customer.orders_count

Returns the total number of orders a customer has placed. Learn more

customer.phone

Returns the phone number of the customer. Learn more

customer.tags

Returns the list of tags associated with the customer. Learn more

{% for tag in customer.tags %}
  {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}
wholesale regular-customer VIP

customer.customer-tax_exempt

Returns whether or not the customer is exempt from taxes. Learn more

customer.total_spent

Returns the total amount spent on all orders. Learn more

discount

The discount object. Note that this object will display a value only if it’s accessed in notifications or in the Order Printer app. Learn more

discount.id

Returns the id of the discount. Learn more

discount.title

Returns the title or discount code of the discount. Learn more

{{ discount.title }}
SPRING14

discount.code

Returns the title or discount code of the discount. Same as discount.title. Learn more

discount.amount

Returns the amount of the discount. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

{{ discount.amount | money }}
$25

discount.total_amount

Returns the total amount of the discount if it has been applied to multiple line items. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

discount.savings

Returns the amount of the discount’s savings. The negative version of amount. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

{{ discount.savings | money }}
$-25

discount.total_savings

Returns the total amount of the discount’s savings if it has been applied to multiple line items. The negative version of total_amount. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

discount.type

Returns the type of the discount. Learn more

discount allocation

The discount_allocation object contains all of the information about how a particular discount affects a line item and how the price reduces. The object can be accessed on customer order and notification templates. Shopify Plus merchants can also access properties of the discount_allocation object in the checkout.liquid layout file. Learn more

discount_allocation.amount

The discounted amount on a line item by a particular discount. Learn more

discount_allocation.discount_application

The discount application that allocates the amount on the line item. Learn more

discount application

The discount_application object captures the intent of a discount applied on an order. The object can be accessed on customer order and notification templates. Shopify Plus merchants can also access properties of the discount_allocation object in the checkout.liquid layout file. Learn more

discount_application.target_selection

Describes how a discount selects line items in the cart to be discounted. target_selection has the following possible values:

all: The discount applies to all line items.
entitled: The discount applies to a particular subset of line items, often defined by a condition.
explicit: The discount applies to a specifically selected line item or shipping line. Learn more

discount_application.target_type

Describes the type of item that a discount applies to. target_type has the following possible values:

line_item
shipping_line Learn more

discount_application.title

The customer-facing name of the discount. For example, Welcome10 or CBBWQQAKYBYY. Learn more

discount_application.total_allocated_amount

The total amount that the price of an order is reduced by the discount. Learn more

discount_application.type

The type of the discount. type has the following possible values:
automatic
discount_code
manual
script Learn more

discount_application.value

The value of the discount. Learn more

discount_application.value_type

The value type of the discount. value_type has the following possible values:
fixed_amount
percentage Learn more

font

The font object is used to access the font_picker settings. It can be accessed via the global settings object. Learn more

font.baseline_ratio

Returns the position of the baseline within the em box (measured from the bottom). Learn more

{{ settings.heading_font.baseline_ratio }}
0.091

font.fallback_families

Returns the suggested fallback font families. Learn more

{{ settings.heading_font.fallback_families }}
sans-serif

font.family

Returns the font's name. Learn more

{{ settings.heading_font.family }}
"Neue Haas Unica"

font.style

Returns the selected font style. Learn more

{{ settings.heading_font.style }}
normal

font.weight

Returns the selected font weight. Learn more

{{ settings.heading_font.weight }}
400

font.variants

Returns all of the variants within the font's family. Each of the variants is also a font object. Learn more

{% for variant in settings.heading_font.variants %}
  {{ variant.family }}
{% endfor %}

forloop

The forloop object contains attributes of its parent for loop. Learn more

forloop.first

Returns true if it’s the first iteration of the for loop. Returns false if it is not the first iteration. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {% if forloop.first == true %}
    First time through!
  {% else %}
    Not the first time.
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
First time through!
Not the first time.
Not the first time.
Not the first time.
Not the first time.

forloop.index

Returns the current index of the for loop, starting at 1. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {{ forloop.index }}
{% else %}
  // no products in your frontpage collection
{% endfor %}
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

forloop.index0

Returns the current index of the for loop, starting at 0. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {{ forloop.index0 }}
{% endfor %}
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

forloop.last

Returns true if it’s the last iteration of the for loop. Returns false if it is not the last iteration. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {% if forloop.last == true %}
    This is the last iteration!
  {% else %}
    Keep going…
  {% endif %}
{% endfor %}
Keep going…
Keep going…
Keep going…
Keep going…
Keep going…
This is the last iteration!

forloop.rindex

Returns forloop.index in reverse order. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {{ forloop.rindex }}
{% endfor %}
16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

forloop.rindex0

Returns forloop.index0 in reverse order. Learn more

{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {{ forloop.rindex0 }}
{% endfor %}
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

forloop.length

Returns the number of iterations of the for loop. Learn more

<!-- if collections.frontpage.products contains 10 products -->
{% for product in collections.frontpage.products %}
  {% capture length %}{{ forloop.length }}{% endcapture %}
{% endfor %}

{{ length }}
10

form

The form object is used within the form tag. It contains attributes of its parent form. Learn more

form.address1

Returns the first address line associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.address2

Returns the second address line associated with the address, if it exists. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.author

Returns the name of the author of the blog article comment. Exclusive to form tags with the "article" parameter. Learn more

form.body

Returns the content of the blog article comment. Exclusive to form tags with the "article" parameter. Learn more

form.city

Returns the city associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.company

Returns the company name associated with the address, if it exists. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.country

Returns the country associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.email

Returns the email address of the blog article comment’s author. Exclusive to form tags with the "article" parameter. Learn more

form.country

Returns the country associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.errors

Returns an array of strings if the form was not submitted successfully. The strings returned depend on which fields of the form were left empty or contained errors. Learn more

{% for error in form.errors %}
  {{ error }}
{% endfor %}
<!-- if the Name field was left empty by the user -->
author

form.first_name

Returns the first name associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.id

Returns the id (unique identifier) of the form. Learn more

form.last_name

Returns the last name associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.password_needed

Used only for form tags with the "customer_login" parameter. The form.password_needed attribute always returns true. Learn more

form.phone

Returns the telephone number associated with the address, if it exists. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

form.posted_successfully?

Returns true if the form was submitted successfully, or false if the form contained errors. All forms but the address form set this property. The address form is always submitted successfully. Learn more

{% if form.posted_successfully? %}
  Comment posted successfully!
{% else %}
  {{ form.errors | default_errors }}
{% endif %}

form.province

Returns the province or state associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

{{ form.city }}, {{ form.province }}
San Francisco, California

form.set_as_default_checkbox

Renders an HTML checkbox that can submit the current form as the customer's default address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

{{ form.set_as_default_checkbox }}
<input type="checkbox" id="address_default_address_12345678" name="address[default]" value="1">

form.zip

Returns the zip code or postal code associated with the address. Exclusive to form tags with the "address" parameter. Learn more

fulfillment

The fulfillment object. Learn more

fulfillment.tracking_company

Returns the name of the fulfillment service. Learn more

fulfillment.tracking_number

Returns a fulfillment’s tracking number, if it exists. Learn more

Tracking Number: {{ fulfillment.tracking_number }}
Tracking Number: 1Z5F44813600X02768

fulfillment.tracking_url

Returns the URL for a tracking number. Learn more

{{ fulfillment.tracking_url }}
http://wwwapps.ups.com/etracking/tracking.cgi?InquiryNumber1=1Z5F44813600X02768&TypeOfInquiryNumber=T&AcceptUPSLicenseAgreement=yes&submit=Track

fulfillment.fulfillment_line_items

Returns an array of all line items and their quantity included in the fulfillment. Any line items that have already been fulfilled, or are yet to be fulfilled, will not be included in the array. Learn more

We have fulfilled the following items:
<ul>
  {% for line in fulfillment.fulfillment_line_items %}
    <li>{{ line.line_item.title }} × {{ line.quantity }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
</ul>
We have fulfilled the following items:
* T-shirt - White / Medium × 8
* Adorable boots × 1

fulfillment.item_count

Returns the total number of items included in the fulfillment. Learn more

We have fulfilled {{ fulfillment.item_count }} items of your recent order.
We have fulfilled 3 items of your recent order.

gift_card

The gift_card object can be accessed in the following templates:
The Gift card created email notification template ‘Email Notifications > Gift card created’
. The gift_card.liquid template. Learn more

gift_card.balance

Returns the amount of money remaining on the gift card. Learn more

gift_card.code

Returns the code that was used to redeem the gift card. Learn more

gift_card.currency

Returns the currency that the card was issued in. Learn more

gift_card.customer

Returns the customer variable of the customer that the gift card is assigned to. Learn more

Hey, {{ gift_card.customer.first_name }}!
Hey, Brian!

gift_card.enabled

Returns true if the card is enabled, or false if the card is disabled. Learn more

gift_card.expired

Returns true if the card is expired, or false if the card is not. Learn more

gift_card.expires_on

Returns the expiration date of the gift card. Learn more

gift_card.initial_value

Returns the initial amount of money on the gift card. Learn more

gift_card.product

Returns the product associated with the purchased gift card, or returns nothing if there is no associated product. Learn more

gift_card.properties

Returns the line item properties assigned to the gift card when it was added to the cart. Learn more

gift_card.url

Returns the unique URL that links to the gift card’s page on the shop (rendered through gift_card.liquid). Learn more

image

The image object returns information about an image. Learn more

image.alt

Returns the alt tag of the image, set in the Products page of the Admin. Learn more

image.aspect_ratio

Returns the aspect ratio (width / height) of the image. Learn more

image.attached_to_variant?

Returns true if the image has been associated with a variant. Returns false otherwise. This can be used in cases where you want to create a gallery of images that are not associated with variants. Learn more

image.height

Returns the height of the image in pixels. Learn more

image.id

Returns the id of the image. Learn more

image.position

Returns the position of the image, starting at 1. This is the same as outputting forloop.index. Learn more

image.product_id

Returns the id of the image's product. Learn more

image.src

Returns the relative path of the product image. This is the same as outputting {{ image }}. Learn more

{% for image in product.images %}
  {{ image.src }}
  {{ image }}
{% endfor %}
products/my_image.jpg
products/my_image.jpg

image.variants

Returns an array of attributes for the variant that the image is associated with. Learn more

{% for image in product.images %}
  {% for variant in image.variants %}
    {{ image.src }} - used for the variant: {{ variant.title }}
  {% endfor %}
{% endfor %}
products/red-shirt.jpeg - used for the variant: Red
products/green-shirt.jpg - used for the variant: Green
products/yellow-shirt.jpg - used for the variant: Yellow

image.width

Returns the width of the image in pixels. Learn more

line_item

A line item represents a single line in the shopping cart. There is one line item for each distinct product variant in the cart. Learn more

line_item.discount_allocations

Returns a list of all discount allocations containing the discounted amount and the reference to the parent discount application. line_item.discount_allocations is available on line items in carts, checkouts, orders, and draft orders. Learn more

line_item.final_line_price

Returns the combined price of all the items in the line item. This is equal to line_item.final_price times line_item.quantity. Learn more

line_item.final_price

Returns the price of the line item including all line level discount amounts. Learn more

line_item.fulfillment

Returns the fulfillment of the line item. Learn more

line_item.fulfillment_service

Returns the fulfillment service associated with the line item's variant. Line items that have no fulfillment service will return manual. Learn more

line_item.gift_card

Returns true if the line item's product is a gift card, or false if it is not. Learn more

line_item.grams

Returns the weight of the line item. Use the weight_with_unit filter to format the weight. Learn more

line_item.key

Returns a unique identifier for each item in the cart. Learn more

line_item.image

Returns the line item image. Learn more

{{ line_item.image |  img_url: 'small' | img_tag }}
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0159/3350/products/hvt401_red_small.jpg?v=1398706734" />

line_item.line_price

Returns the combined price of all the items in the line_item. This is the equivalent of line_item.price times line_item.quantity. Learn more

line_item.message

Returns the discount message if a script has applied a discount to the line item. This attribute only has a value if you are using the Script Editor app. Learn more

line_item.original_line_price

Returns the original price of the line item before discounts were applied. Learn more

line_item.original_price

Returns the original price of the line item before discounts were applied. Learn more

line_item.price

Returns the price of the line item’s variant. Learn more

line_item.product

Returns the product of the line item. Learn more

line_item.product_id

Returns the id of the line item’s product. Learn more

line_item.properties

Returns an array of custom information for an item that has been added to the cart. Learn more

{% assign propertySize = line_item.properties | size %}
{% if propertySize > 0 %}
  <ul>
    {% for property in line_item.properties %}
      <li>{{ property.first }}: {{ property.last }}</li>
    {% endfor %}
  </ul>
{% endif %}
Monogram: My dog is the cutest
Gift wrap: Yes

line_item.quantity

Returns the quantity of the line item. Learn more

line_item.requires_shipping

Returns true if the line item requires shipping, or false if it does not. This is set in the variant options in the Products page of the Admin. Learn more

line_item.sku

Returns the SKU of the line item’s variant. Learn more

line_item.successfully_fulfilled_quantity

Returns the successfully fulfilled quantity of the line item. Learn more

line_item.taxable

Returns true if the line item is taxable, or false if it isn’t. This is set in the variant options in the Products page of the Admin. Learn more

line_item.title

Returns the title of this line item. line_item.title combines both the line item’s product.title and the line item’s variant.title, separated by a hyphen. Learn more

{{ line_item.title }}
Balloon Shirt - Medium

line_item.url

Returns the URL to the product page using variant deep-linking. Learn more

{{ line_item.title | link_to: line_item.url }}
<a href="/products/t-shirt?variant=12345678">T-Shirt - Small</a>

line_item.total_discount

Returns the total amount of all discounts applied to the line item.

This attribute only has a value if you are using the Script Editor app. Learn more

line_item.variant

Returns the variant of the line item. Learn more

line_item.variant_id

Returns the id of the line item’s variant. Learn more

line_item.vendor

Returns the vendor name of the line item’s product. Learn more

metafield

The metafields object allows you to store additional information for products, collections, customers, orders, blogs, pages and your shop. You can output metafields on your storefront using Liquid.

There are several apps in the Shopify App Store that you can use to manage your metafields.

A metafield consists of a namespace, a key, a value, and a description (optional). Use the namespace to group different metafields together in a logical way.

Metafields are specified with the value_type as one of the following:

• integer
• string
• json_string

By using the correct value_type you’ll end up with the right type of data when you use the metafields in your Liquid. Learn more

metafields

For example, if you’ve added metafields to a product, and the metafield has the following attributes:
Namespace: instructions
Key: Wash
Value: Cold
You can then use the following Liquid in product.liquid to output your metafield.
Learn more

{% assign instructions = product.metafields.instructions %}
{% assign key = 'Wash' %}
<ul>
  <li>Wash: {{ instructions[key] }}</li>
  <li>Wash: {{ instructions['Wash'] }}</li>
  <li>Wash: {{ instructions.Wash }}</li>
</ul>
Wash: Cold
Wash: Cold
Wash: Cold

order

The order object can be accessed in Liquid templates with customer.orders, in order email templates, and in apps such as Order Printer. Learn more

order.attributes

Returns the custom cart attributes for the order, if there are any. You can add as many custom attributes to your cart as you like.

When you're looping through attributes, use {{ attribute | first }} to get the name of the attribute, and {{ attribute | last }} to get its value. Learn more

{% if order.attributes %}
  <p>Order notes:</p>
  <ul>
    {% for attribute in order.attributes %}
      <li><strong>{{ attribute | first }}</strong>: {{ attribute | last }}</li>
    {% endfor %}
  </ul>
{% endif %}
<p>Order notes:</p>
<ul>
  <li><strong>Message to merchant</strong>: I love your products! Thanks!</li>
</ul>

order.billing_address

Returns the billing address of the order. Learn more

order.cancelled

Returns true if an order is canceled, returns false if it is not. Learn more

order.cancelled_at

Returns the timestamp of when an order was canceled. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

order.cancel_reason

Returns one of the following cancellation reasons, if an order was canceled:
items unavailable
fraudulent order
customer changed/cancelled order
other Learn more

order.cancel_reason_label

Returns the translated output of an order’s order.cancel_reason Learn more

English: {{ order.cancel_reason }}
French: {{ order.cancel_reason_label }}
English: Items unavailable
French: Produits indisponibles

order.created_at

Returns the timestamp of when an order was created. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

order.customer

Returns the customer associated with the order. Learn more

order.customer_url

Returns the URL of the customer’s account page. Learn more

{{ order.name | link_to: order.customer_url }}
<a href="http://johns-apparel.myshopify.com/account/orders/d94ec4a1956f423dc4907167c9ef0413">#1025</a>

order.discount_applications

Returns an array of discount applications for an order. Learn more

{% for discount_application in order.discount_applications %}
  Discount name: {{ discount_application.title }}
  Savings: -{{ discount_application.total_allocated_amount | money }}
{% endfor %}
Discount name: SUMMER19
Savings: -$20.00

order.email

Returns the email address associated with an order. Learn more

order.financial_status

Returns the financial status of an order. The possible values are:
pending
authorized
paid
partially_paid
refunded
partially_refunded
voided Learn more

order.financial_status_label

Returns the translated output of an order’s financial_status. Learn more

English: {{ order.financial_status }}
French: {{ order.financial_status_label }}
English: Paid
French: Payée

order.fulfillment_status

Returns the fulfillment status of an order. Learn more

order.fulfillment_status_label

Returns the translated output of an order’s fulfillment_status. Learn more

English: {{ order.fulfillment_status }}
French: {{ order.fulfillment_status_label }}
English: Unfulfilled
French: Non confirmée

order.line_items

Returns an array of line items from the order. Learn more

order.location

POS Only. Returns the physical location of the order. You can configure locations in the Locations settings of the admin. Learn more

order.order_status_url

Returns the link to the order status page for this order. Learn more

order.name

Returns the name of the order in the format set in the Standards & formats section of the General Settings of your Shopify admin. Learn more

{{ order.name }}
\#1025

order.note

Returns the note associated with a customer order. Learn more

Special instructions: {{ order.note }}
Special instructions: Please deliver after 5 PM

order.order_number

Returns the integer representation of the order name. Learn more

{{ order.order_number }}
1025

order.phone

Returns the phone number associated with an order, if it exists. Learn more

order.shipping_address

Returns the shipping address of the order. Learn more

order.shipping_methods

Returns an array of shipping_method variables from the order. Learn more

order.shipping_price

Returns the shipping price of an order. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

order.subtotal_price

Returns the subtotal price of an order. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

order.tags

Returns an array of all of the order's tags. The tags are returned in alphabetical order. Learn more

{% for tag in order.tags %}
    {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}
new
leather
sale
special

order.tax_lines

Returns an array of tax_line variables for an order. Learn more

{% for tax_line in order.tax_lines %}
  Tax ({{ tax_line.title }} {{ tax_line.rate | times: 100 }}%):
  {{ tax_line.price | money }}
{% endfor %}
Tax (GST 14.0%): $25

order.tax_price

Returns the order’s tax price. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

order.total_discounts

Returns the total value of all discounts applied to the order. Learn more

order.total_net_amount

Returns the net amount of the order.

The order.total_net_amount is calculated after refunds are applied. The value is equivalent to order.total_price minus order.total_refunded_amount. Learn more

order.total_price

Returns the total price of an order. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

order.total_refunded_amount

Returns the total refunded amount of an order. Learn more

order.transactions

Returns an array of transactions from the order. Learn more

Other Objects

Other Liquid objects that are only used in specific circumstances. Learn more

additional_checkout_buttons

Returns true if a merchant's store has any payment providers with offsite checkouts, such as PayPal Express Checkout. Use additional_checkout_buttons to check whether these gateways exist. Learn more

{% if additional_checkout_buttons %}
  <div class="additional-checkout-buttons">
    {{ content_for_additional_checkout_buttons }}
  </div>
{% endif %}

content_for_additional_checkout_buttons

Returns checkout buttons for any active payment providers with offsite checkouts. Learn more

{% if additional_checkout_buttons %}
  <div class="additional_checkout_buttons">
    {{ content_for_additional_checkout_buttons }}
  </div>
{% endif %}

page

The page object. Learn more

page.author

Returns the author of a page. Learn more

page.content

Returns the content of a page. Learn more

page.handle

Returns the handle of a page. Learn more

page.id

Returns the id of a page. Learn more

page.published_at

Returns the timestamp of when the page was created. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

page.template_suffix

Returns the name of the custom page template assigned to the page, without the page prefix or the .liquid suffix. Returns nil if a custom template is not assigned to the page. Learn more

<!-- on page.contact.liquid -->
{{ page.template_suffix }}
contact

page.title

Returns the title of a page. Learn more

page.url

Returns the relative URL of a page. Learn more

{{ page.url }}
/pages/about-us

paginate

The paginate tag’s navigation is built using the attributes of the paginate object. You can also use the default_pagination filter for a quicker alternative. Learn more

paginate.current_page

Returns the number of the current page. Learn more

paginate.current_offset

Returns the total number of items that are on the pages previous to the current one. For example, if you are paginating by 5 items per page and are on the third page, paginate.current_offset would return 10 (5 items × 2 pages). Learn more

paginate.items

Returns the total number of items to be paginated. For example, if you are paginating a collection of 120 products, paginate.items would return 120. Learn more

paginate.parts

Returns an array of all parts of the pagination. A part is a component used to build the navigation for the pagination. Learn more

paginate.next

Returns the part variable for the Next link in the pagination navigation. Learn more

{% if paginate.next.is_link %}
  <a href="{{ paginate.next.url }}">{{ paginate.next.title }}</a>
{% endif %}
<!-- If we're not on the last page, and there still needs to be a Next link -->
<a href="/collections/all?page=17">Next »</a>

paginate.previous

Returns the part variable for the Previous link in the pagination navigation. Learn more

{% if paginate.previous.is_link %}
  <a href="{{ paginate.previous.url }}">{{ paginate.previous.title }}</a>
{% endif %}
<!-- If we're not on the first page, and there still needs to be a Previous link -->
<a href="/collections/all?page=15">« Previous</a>

paginate.page_size

Returns the number of items displayed per page. Learn more

paginate.pages

Returns the number of pages created by the pagination tag. Learn more

product

The product object. Learn more

product.available

Returns true if a product is available for purchase. Returns false if all of the products’ variants inventory_quantity values are zero or less, and their inventory_policy is not set to ‘Allow users to purchase this item, even if it is no longer in stock.’ Learn more

product.collections

Returns an array of all of the collections a product belongs to. Learn more

{% for collection in product.collections %}
  {{ collection.title }}
{% endfor %}
Sale
Shirts
Spring

product.compare_at_price_max

Returns the highest compare at price. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

product.compare_at_price_min

Returns the lowest compare at price. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

product.compare_at_price_varies

Returns true if the compare_at_price_min is different from the compare_at_price_max. Returns false if they are the same. Learn more

product.content

Returns the description of the product. Alias for product.description. Learn more

product.created_at

Returns a timestamp for when a product was created in the admin. Learn more

{{ product.created_at }}
2019-11-01 05:56:37 -0400

product.description

Returns the description of the product. Learn more

product.first_available_variant

Returns the variant object of the first product variant that is available for purchase. In order for a variant to be available, its variant.inventory_quantity must be greater than zero or variant.inventory_policy must be set to continue. A variant with no inventory_policy is considered available. Learn more

product.handle

Returns the handle of a product. Learn more

product.has_only_default_variant

Returns true if the product only has the default variant. This lets you determine whether to show a variant picker in your product forms.

Products that don't have customized variants have a single default variant with its "Title" option set to "Default Title". Learn more

{% if product.has_only_default_variant %}
  <input name="id" value="{{ variant.id }}" type="hidden">
{% else %}
  <select name="id">
    {% for variant in product.variants %}
      <option value="{{ variant.id }}">{{ variant.title }}</option>
    {% endfor%}
  </select>
{% endif %}
<select name="id">
  <option value="34679843235">Red</option>
  <option value="34679843236">Blue</option>
  <option value="34679843237">Green</option>
</select>

product.id

Returns the id of the product. Learn more

product.images

Returns an array of the product’s images. Use the product_img_url filter to link to the product image on Shopify’s Content Delivery Network. Learn more

{% for image in product.images %}
  <img src="{{ image.src | product_img_url: 'medium' }}">
{% endfor %}
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/products/shirt14_medium.jpeg?v=1309278311" />
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/products/nice_shirt_medium.jpeg?v=1331480777">
<img src="//cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0087/0462/products/aloha_shirt_medium.jpeg?v=1331481001">

product.options

Returns an array of the product’s options. Learn more

product.options_with_values

Returns an array of the product's options. Learn more

{% for product_option in product.options_with_values %}
  <label>
    {{ product_option.name }}
    <select>
      {% for value in product_option.values %}
        <option {% if product_option.selected_value == value %}selected{% endif %}>
          {{ value }}
        </option>
      {% endfor %}
    </select>
  </label>
{% endfor %}
<label>
  Color
  <select>
    <option selected>Red</option>
    <option>Green</option>
  </select>
</label>

product.price

Returns the price of the product. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

product.price_max

Returns the highest price of the product. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

product.price_min

Returns the lowest price of the product. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

product.price_varies

Returns true if the product’s variants have varying prices. Returns false if all of the product’s variants have the same price. Learn more

product.published_at

Returns a timestamp for when a product was published on a store. Learn more

{{ product.published_at }}
2019-11-01 05:56:37 -0400

product.selected_variant

Returns the variant object of the currently-selected variant if there is a valid ?variant= parameter in the URL. Returns nil if there is not. Learn more

{{ product.selected_variant.id }}
124746062

product.selected_or_first_available_variant

Returns the variant object of the currently-selected variant if there is a valid ?variant= query parameter in the URL. If there is no selected variant, the first available variant is returned. In order for a variant to be available, its variant.inventory_quantity must be greater than zero or variant.inventory_policy must be set to continue. A variant with no inventory_management is considered available. Learn more

product.tags

Returns an array of all of the product’s tags. The tags are returned in alphabetical order. Learn more

{% for tag in product.tags %}
  {{ tag }}
{% endfor %}
new
leather
sale
special

product.template_suffix

Returns the name of the custom product template assigned to the product, without the product prefix nor the .liquid suffix. Returns nil if a custom template is not assigned to the product. Learn more

<!-- on product.wholesale.liquid -->
{{ product.template_suffix }}
wholesale

product.title

Returns the title of the product. Learn more

product.type

Returns the type of the product. Learn more

product.url

Returns the relative URL of the product. Learn more

{{ product.url }}
/products/awesome-shoes

product.variants

Returns an array the product’s variants. Learn more

product.vendor

Returns the vendor of the product. Learn more

product_option

The product_option object is available for each option in a product options array. The product options array is accessible via product.options_with_values. Learn more

product_option.name

Returns the product option's name. Learn more

<ul>
  {% for product_option in product.options_with_values %}
    <li>{{ product_option.name }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
  <li>Color</li>
  <li>Size</li>
</ul>

product_option.position

Returns the product option's position in the product options array. Learn more

<ul>
  {% for product_option in product.options_with_values %}
    <li>{{ product_option.position }} - {{ product_option.name }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
  <li>1 - Color</li>
  <li>2 - Size</li>
</ul>

product_option.selected_value

Returns the currently selected value for this product option. Learn more

<select>
  {% for value in product_option.values %}
    <option {% if product_option.selected_value == value %}selected{% endif %}>
      {{ value }}
    </option>
  {% endfor %}
</select>
<select>
  <option selected>Red</option>
  <option>Green</option>
</select>

product_option.values

Returns an array of possible values for this product option. Learn more

<ul>
  {% for value in product_option.values %}
    <li>{{ value }}</li>
  {% endfor %}
</ul>
<ul>
  <li>Red</li>
  <li>Green</li>
</ul>

recommendations

The recommendations object provides product recommendations that are related to a given product, based on data from sales, product descriptions, and relations between products and collections. Product recommendations become more accurate over time as new orders and product data become available. The recommendations object can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more

recommendations.performed

Returns true if the recommendations object is referenced inside a theme section that is rendered via /recommendations/products?section_id=&product_id= with valid parameters:

product_id: id of the section where the recommendations object is being used (required)
section_id: id of the product you want to show recommended products for yes (required)
limit: Limits number of results, up to a maximum of ten no Learn more

recommendations.products_count

Returns the number of product recommendations, or returns 0 if recommendations.performed is false. Learn more

recommendations.products

Returns product recommendations. These objects are products. Doesn't return any product if recommendations.performed is false. Learn more

{% if recommendations.performed %}
  {% if recommendations.products_count > 0 %}
    {% for product in recommendations.products %}
      {{ product.title | link_to: product.url }}
    {% endfor %}
  {% endif %}
{% else %}
  <div class="placeholder">Placeholder animation</div>
{% endif %}
When the enclosing section is rendered synchronously:

Placeholder animation

---------------------
When the enclosing section is rendered from the endpoint /recommendations/products?section_id=<section_id>&product_id=<product_id>:

Product title
Another product title

request

The request object returns information about the domain used to access your store and the page being accessed. Learn more

request.host

You can use request.host to check which domain a customer is visiting from. Learn more

{{ request.host }}
your-store.myshopify.com

request.locale

Returns the shop_locale of the current request. Learn more

{{ request.locale.name }}
English

request.page_type

Returns the type of the current page. These are the different page types:
404
article
blog
cart
collection
list-collections
customers/account
customers/activate_account
customers/addresses
customers/login
customers/order
customers/register
customers/reset_password
gift_card
index
page
password
product
Learn more

{{ request.page_type }}
collection

request.path

Returns the path to the current page. Learn more

{{ request.path }}
/collections/classics/products/chambray-shirt

routes

You can use the routes object to generate dynamic URLs to your storefront. By using them instead of hardcoded links, you can make sure your theme supports any changes to the URL format. Learn more

routes.account_addresses_url

Returns the account addresses URL. Learn more

routes.account_url

Returns the account URL. Learn more

routes.account_login_url

Returns the account login URL. Learn more

routes.account_logout_url

Returns the account logout URL. Learn more

routes.account_recover_url

Returns the account recover URL. Learn more

routes.account_register_url

Returns the account register URL. Learn more

routes.all_products_collection_url

Returns the URL that points to the collection for all products. Learn more

routes.cart_url

Returns the cart URL. Learn more

routes.cart_add_url

Returns the URL that accepts items to be added to a cart. Learn more

routes.cart_change_url

Returns the URL that allows a cart to be changed. Learn more

routes.cart_clear_url

Returns the URL that will clear the cart. Learn more

routes.collections_url

Returns the collections URL. Learn more

routes.root_url

Returns the root URL. Learn more

routes.search_url

Returns the search URL. Learn more

script

script objects contain information about the Shopify Scripts published in your store. Learn more

script.id

Returns the script's ID. Learn more

script.name

Returns the script's name. Learn more

{% if scripts.cart_calculate_line_items %}
  <p>Check out our sale: {{ scripts.cart_calculate_line_items.name }}</p>
{% endif %}
Check out our sale: Buy one chambray shirt and get a second for half price

section

The section object lets you access a section's properties and setting values. Learn more

section.blocks

Returns an array of the section's blocks. Learn more

section.id

For static sections, returns the section's file name without .liquid. For dynamic sections, returns a dynamically generated ID. Learn more

section.settings

Returns an object of the section settings set in the theme editor. Retrieve setting values by referencing the setting's unique id. Learn more

<h2>{{ section.settings.heading }}</h2>
<a href="{{ section.settings.featured_collection.url }}">This week's best selling items</a>
<h2>Weekly promotion</h2> <a href="/collections/new-this-week">This week's best selling items</a>

shipping_method

The shipping_method object. Learn more

shipping_method.handle

Returns the handle of the shipping method. The price of the shipping rate is appended to the end of the handle. Learn more

{{ shipping_method.handle }}
shopify-international-shipping-25.00

shipping_method.original_price

Returns the original price of the shipping method before discounts were applied. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

{{ shipping_method.original_price | money }}
$20.00

shipping_method.price

Returns the price of the shipping method. Use a money filter to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

{{ shipping_method.price | money }}
$15

shipping_method.title

Returns the title of the shipping method. Learn more

{{ shipping_method.title }}
International Shipping

shop

The shop object can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more

shop.address

You can add attributes to shop.address to return information about a shop’s address. Learn more

shop.collections_count

Returns the number of collections in a shop. Learn more

shop.currency

Returns the shop’s currency in three-letter format (e.g. USD). Learn more

shop.description

Returns the description of the shop. Learn more

shop.domain

Returns the primary domain of the shop. Learn more

shop.email

Returns the shop’s email address. Learn more

shop.enabled_currencies

Returns the list of currency objects that the store accepts.

To return the currency of the cart, see the cart.currency object.

To return the store currency, see the shop.currency object. Learn more

shop.enabled_locales

Returns an array of all published shop_locale on the shop. Learn more

{% for locale in shop.enabled_locales %}
  {{ locale.name }} ({{ locale.iso_code }})
{% endfor %}

shop.enabled_payment_types

Returns an array of accepted credit cards for the shop. Use the payment_type_img_url filter to link to the SVG image file of the credit card. Learn more

shop.metafields

Returns the shop’s metafields. Metafields can only be set using the Shopify API. Learn more

shop.money_format

Returns a string that is used by Shopify to format money without showing the currency. Learn more

shop.money_with_currency_format

Returns a string that is used by Shopify to format money while also displaying the currency. Learn more

shop.name

Returns the shop’s name. Learn more

shop.password_message

Returns the shop’s password page message. Learn more

shop.permanent_domain

Returns the .myshopify.com URL of a shop. Learn more

shop.phone

Returns the shop's phone number. Learn more

shop.policies

Returns an array of your shop's policy objects. You can set these policies in your store's Legal settings in your Shopify admin. Learn more

shop.privacy_policy

Returns a policy object for your store's privacy policy. Learn more

shop.refund_policy

Returns a policy object for your store's refund policy. Learn more

shop.shipping_policy

Returns a policy object for your store's shipping policy. Learn more

shop.terms_of_service

Returns a policy object for your store's terms of service. Learn more

shop.products_count

Returns the number of products in a shop. Learn more

shop.taxes-included

Returns true if taxes are included in your products' prices. Otherwise, returns false. Learn more

{% if shop.taxes_included %}
  Taxes included
{% else %}
  Excluding taxes
{% endif %}
Taxes included

shop.types

Returns an array of all unique product types in a shop. Learn more

{% for product_type in shop.types %}
  {{ product_type | link_to_type }}
{% endfor %}

shop.url

Returns the full URL of a shop. Learn more

{{ shop.url }}
http://johns-apparel.com

shop.secure_url

Returns the full URL of a shop prepended by the https protocol. Learn more

{{ shop.secure_url }}
https://johns-apparel.com

shop.vendors

Returns an array of all unique vendors in a shop. Learn more

{% for product_vendor in shop.vendors %}
  {{ product_vendor | link_to_vendor }}
{% endfor %}

shop_locale

Returns information about the shop's locale. Learn more

shop_locale.endonym_name

Returns the locale endonym name. Learn more

{{ shop_locale.endonym_name }}
français canadien

shop_locale.iso_code

Returns the locale code. Learn more

{{ shop_locale.iso_code }}
fr-CA

shop_locale.name

Returns the locale name. Learn more

{{ shop_locale.name }}
Canadian French

shop_locale.primary

Returns whether or not this is the shop's primary locale. Learn more

shop_locale.root_url

Returns the root relative URL of the locale. Learn more

tablerow

The tablerow object is used within the tablerow tag. It contains attributes of its parent for loop. Learn more

tablerow.length

Returns the number of iterations of the tablerow loop. Learn more

tablerow.index

Returns the current index of the tablerow loop, starting at 1. Learn more

tablerow.index0

Returns the current index of the tablerow loop, starting at 0. Learn more

tablerow.rindex

Returns tablerow.index in reverse order. Learn more

tablerow.rindex0

Returns tablerow.index0 in reverse order. Learn more

tablerow.first

Returns true if it’s the first iteration of the tablerow loop. Returns false if it is not the first iteration. Learn more

tablerow.last

Returns true if it’s the last iteration of the tablerow loop. Returns false if it is not the last iteration. Learn more

tablerow.col

Returns the index of the current row, starting at 1. Learn more

tablerow.col0

Returns the index of the current row, starting at 0. Learn more

tablerow.col_first

Returns true if the current column is the first column in a row. Returns false if it is not. Learn more

tablerow.col_last

Returns true if the current column is the last column in a row. Returns false if it is not. Learn more

tax_line

The tax_line object. Learn more

tax_line.title

Returns the title of the tax. Learn more

{{ tax_line.title }}
GST

tax_line.price

Returns the amount of the tax. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

{{ tax_line.price | money }}
€25

tax_line.rate

Returns the rate of the tax in decimal notation. Learn more

{{ tax_line.rate }}
0.14

tax_line.rate_percentage

Returns the rate of the tax in percentage format. Learn more

{{ tax_line.rate_percentage }}%
14%

template

The template object has a handful of attributes. Referencing just template returns the name of the template used to render the current page, with the .liquid extension omitted. The template object can be used and accessed from any file in your theme. Learn more

template

As a best practice, it's recommended that you apply the template name as a CSS class on your HTML body tag. Learn more

<body class="{{ template }}">
<body class="product">

template.directory

Returns the name of the template's parent directory. Returns nil for templates whose parent directory is the templates/ folder. Learn more

<!-- If you're on the customers/login.liquid template -->
{{ template.directory }}
customers

template.name

Returns the template's name without the template's custom suffix, if it exists, or the .liquid extension. Learn more

<!-- If you're on the product.alternate.liquid template -->
{{ template.name }}
product

template.suffix

Returns the name of the custom template without the template.name prefix or the .liquid extension. Returns nil if a custom template is not being used. Learn more

<!-- If you're on the product.alternate.liquid template -->
{{ template.suffix }}
alternate

theme

The theme object contains information about published themes in a shop. You can also use themes to iterate through both themes. Learn more

theme.id

Returns the theme’s id. This is useful for when you want to link a user directly to the theme’s Customize theme page. Learn more

theme.role (deprecated)

Returns one of the two possible roles of a theme: main or mobile. Learn more

theme.name

Returns the name of the theme. Learn more

transaction

The transaction object. Learn more

transaction.id

Returns a unique numeric identifier for the transaction. Learn more

transaction.amount

Returns the amount of the transaction. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

transaction.name

Returns the name of the transaction. Learn more

{{ transaction.name }}
c251556901.1

transaction.status

Returns the status of the transaction. Learn more

transaction.status_label

Returns the translated output of a transaction’s status. Learn more

transaction.created_at

Returns the timestamp of when the transaction was created. Use the date filter to format the timestamp. Learn more

transaction.receipt

Returns text with information from the payment gateway about the payment receipt. This includes whether the payment was a test case and an authorization code if one was included in the transaction. Learn more

transaction.kind

Returns the type of transaction. There are five transaction types:

  • authorization is the reserving of money that the customer has agreed to pay.
  • capture is the transfer of the money that was reserved during the authorization stage.
  • sale is a combination of authorization and capture, performed in one step.
  • void is the cancellation of a pending authorization or capture.
  • refund is the partial or full refund of the captured money to the customer.
Learn more

transaction.gateway

Returns the name of the payment gateway used for the transaction. Learn more

{{ transaction.gateway }}
Cash on Delivery (COD)

transaction.payment_details

The payment_details object contains additional properties related to the payment method used in the transaction.
credit_card_company returns the name of the company who issued the customer’s credit card.
credit_card_number returns the customer’s credit card number. All but the last four digits are redacted. Learn more

{{ transaction.payment_details.credit_card_company }}: {{ transaction.payment_details.credit_card_number }}
Visa: •••• •••• •••• 1234

variant

The variant object. Learn more

variant.available

Returns true if the variant is available to be purchased, or false if it is not. In order for a variant to be available, its variant.inventory_quantity must be greater than zero or variant.inventory_policy must be set to continue. A variant with no variant.inventory_management is also considered available. Learn more

variant.barcode

Returns the variant’s barcode. Learn more

variant.compare_at_price

Returns the variant’s compare at price. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

variant.id

Returns the variant’s unique id. Learn more

variant.image

Returns the image object associated to the variant. Learn more

{{ variant.image.src }}
products/red-shirt.jpeg

variant.incoming

Returns true if the variant has incoming inventory. Learn more

variant.inventory_management

Returns the variant’s inventory tracking service. Learn more

variant.inventory_policy

Returns the string continue if the ‘Allow users to purchase this item, even if it is no longer in stock.’ checkbox is checked in the variant options in the Admin. Returns deny if it is unchecked. Learn more

variant.next_incoming_date

Returns the date when the next incoming inventory will arrive. Learn more

variant.inventory_quantity

Returns the variant’s inventory quantity. Learn more

variant.option1

Returns the value of the variant’s first option. Learn more

variant.option2

Returns the value of the variant’s second option. Learn more

variant.option3

Returns the value of the variant’s third option. Learn more

variant.price

Returns the variant’s price. Use one of the money filters to return the value in a monetary format. Learn more

variant.requires_shipping

Returns a boolean result as to whether the variant is set to require shipping. Learn more

variant.selected

Returns true if the variant is currently selected by the ?variant= URL parameter. Returns false if the variant is not selected by a URL parameter. Learn more

variant.sku

Returns the variant’s SKU. Learn more

variant.taxable

Returns a boolean result as to whether taxes will be charged for this variant. Learn more

variant.title

Returns the concatenation of all the variant’s option values, joined by a /. Learn more

<!-- If variant’s option1, option2, and option3 are "Red", "Small", "Wool", respectively -->
{{ variant.title }}
Red / Small / Wool

variant.unit_price

Returns the unit price of the product variant. The price reflects any discounts that are applied to the line item.

Unit prices are available only to stores located in Germany or France. Learn more

variant.unit_price_measurement

Returns a unit_price_measurement object for the product variant.

Unit prices are available only to stores located in Germany or France. Learn more

variant.url

Returns the variant’s absolute URL. Learn more

{{ variant.url }}
http://my-store.myshopify.com/products/t-shirt?variant=12345678

variant.weight

Returns the variant’s weight in grams. Use the weight_with_unit filter to convert it to the shop’s weight format or the weight unit configured on the variant. Learn more

variant.weight_unit

Returns the unit for the weight configured on the variant. Works well paired with the weight_in_unit attribute and the weight_with_unit filter. Learn more

variant.weight_in_unit

Returns the weight of the product converted to the unit configured on the variant. Works well paired with the weight_unit attribute and the weight_with_unit filter. Learn more