Software Tutorials

1 CommentTuesday, 28 January 2014  |  Cate
How to: Enable Your Products to be Listed on Google Shopping

Google Shopping is an online service that allows users to search and compare products from multiple sellers in one place. For a shop owner this gives their products more exposure on Google as listed products appear within the search result pages, sometimes above their biggest competitors. Use our How To guide to learn how to enable your products to be listed on Google Shopping.

Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate

2 CommentsTuesday, 21 January 2014  |  Cate
How to: Customise the Fonts on Your Bluepark Website

Choosing the right fonts for your website can make a big difference to the look and feel of the design. Now, with the help of online resources such as Google Web Fonts and FontSquirrel you can add interesting fonts without needing to know how to code them yourself.  Learn how to change the fonts within every area of your Bluepark website with our step-by-step instructions.

Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate

Tuesday, 26 November 2013  |  Cate
How to: Customise the Colours on Your Bluepark Website

Changing the colours on a website to match or compliment your logo will give the appearance of a well thought out, branded design. Learn how to change the colours of the website background, the header, the navigation bar, the block title bars and the footer on your Bluepark website with our step-by-step instructions.

Skill Level: Beginner

Tuesday, 12 November 2013  |  Cate
How to: Insert a Logo into Your Bluepark Website

A company logo is the most important thing you can add to a website to give it an identity. It will make sure those who are already familiar with your brand recognise it instantly but will also help to convince new customers that you are a professional, trustworthy company. Learn how to insert a logo into your Bluepark website with our step-by-step instructions.

Skill Level: Beginner

Tuesday, 27 August 2013  |  Cate
The Anatomy of a Bluepark Solutions Website

The Anatomy of a Bluepark Solutions Website and why it's easy to make your online shop's design completely unique. Use our helpful infographic to understand the anatomy of a Bluepark website and how you can use its elements to create your own bespoke ecommerce website.

6 CommentsTuesday, 16 July 2013  |  Cate
How to: Implement Trade Pricing or Exclusive Members Offers

As an online shop you may want to offer your products to different groups of people at different prices, or with exclusive discounts, or perhaps you want to offer them a completely different product range. These groups could be trade customers, an online members club or even different schools you supply. For any of these you would need to create a User Group which you can then assign a selection of customers to so they can have access to the private settings. Learn how to set up your exclusive areas with our helpful guide.

Skill Level: Intermediate

Monday, 8 July 2013  |  Cate
How to: Add Tabs to Your Product Pages

Product Tabs allow you to make your product pages less cluttered as each tab can contain its own unique piece of text, images or form. This can help to make your pages become clean, easy to read and much more inviting, which, of course, leads to better conversion rates. Tabs can easily be assigned to the product pages on your Bluepark site by following our step-by-step guide.

Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate

2 CommentsWednesday, 29 May 2013  |  Cate
Going Live with Your New Bluepark Site: Use Our 10 Step Checklist

You’ve uploaded all of your products, you’re finally happy with your design and now you’re ready to let the world see your new Bluepark site. So, what’s next? Use our ten step checklist to make sure you have covered all of the important areas before pressing that button.

2 CommentsWednesday, 17 April 2013  |  Cate
How to: Set Up Multiple Shipping Methods

The cost and time frame of delivery is one of the biggest barriers between a customer and their commitment to purchase online. This is the most important factor you should keep in mind when setting up your website’s shipping methods. Your costs should be kept as simple as possible so the customer doesn’t struggle to work out what they will be paying before proceeding through to checkout. This, of course, is made possible with the highly flexible Shipping Manager in Bluepark’s ecommerce software. Use our handy ‘How To’ guide to set up yours.

Skill Level: Intermediate

8 CommentsTuesday, 9 April 2013  |  Cate
How to: Offer Your Customers a Powerful Product Finder or Gift Finder

The Product Finder is a very powerful tool if you sell the type of product that is defined by specific criteria, such as Make, Model and Part, as it allows the customer to narrow down to the products they want to purchase without even leaving the homepage. This reduces the number of clicks a customer has to go through to be presented with the relevant products. This feature can also be used as a Gift Finder if you sell products that aren't necessarily self-purchases. Find out how to set one up for your site...

Skill Level: Intermediate

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