Your store's Page templates are the pages that make up your storefront.
A template dictates how your homepage, product pages, collection pages, blog pages, cart, and checkout page look and operate when a customer visits your site.
Your Home page is made up of sections - content blocks which you can customize and rearrange on the page.
Your Product pages are the lynch pin of your store, displaying all the details of products on your store.
The product page settings allow you to display the quantity selector, dynamic checkout button, variant labels, shipping policy link, and 'tax included' message.
Within these settings, you can also add product media (including video and 3D images), change the variant based on the thumbnail, enable or hide the out of stock email, display product recommendations, size guide, and recently-viewed products, adjust the image position and cart button position.
A Collection page is where your products are categorized into a collection, allowing your customers to find what they are looking for easily. The collection page settings include choosing how many products are displayed per row, adding sidebar content, and choosing the pagination type.
Collections are a group of individual products - a single product can be featured in multiple collections across your site, and therefore multiple versions of this product are not required in your admin.
Your Collections list is where each of your collections is displayed in one place - it's a great way to display each of the different categories and themes your store has to offer.
Your settings allow you to choose how many products are displayed per collection.
Your Blogs page lists and previews the posts within your storefront's blog, latest news, or press releases.
Your blogs are managed within your Shopify admin settings under Online Store > Blog posts.
A Blog post - also known as an article - is content from one particular post, such as a blog or a news bulletin. This page template is for one specific blog post, rather than a collection of posts within a blog.
Your Cart - also known as the 'trolley' or 'basket' - is where your customers' products are placed as they shop on your store. This allows them to review the items they intend to purchase, including adjusting the quantity.
While there are no settings here, you can adjust your cart under theme settings.
Your Checkout page template is controlled by Shopify's platform. As a result, there are no sections available for you to edit - however, you can customize the visual elements of the checkout through your theme settings.
A 404 error shows when a page is not found - this can occur when a customer has manually mistyped a URL, or clicked on a link which does not lead anywhere on your site.
Links leading to 404 errors commonly appear when merchants send out links to a products or pages on social media, and then remove or alter their locations at a later date.