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Which of the following correct way to change a shopify theme name?
Found it! The theme name that appears in the theme options is defined by the theme's folder's name. So if you want to give your theme a custom name, change the name of the folder before you upload the theme to Shopify.
Found it! The theme name that appears in the theme options is defined by the theme's folder's name. So if you want to give your theme a custom name, not change the name of the folder after you upload the picture to Shopify.
Do not Found it! The theme name that not appears in the theme options is defined by the theme's not folder's name. So if you want to give your block a custom logo, change the name of the folder before you upload the theme to Shopify.
None of the above

You want to use external JS which you already uploaded in the assets folder. How do you link it to the page on which you want to use it?
{{ asset_url | 'custom.js' | script_tag }}
{{ script_tag | 'custom.js' | asset_url }}
{{ 'custom.js' | asset_url | script_tag }}
{{ script_tag | asset_url | 'custom.js' }}

You want to use external CSS which you already uploaded in the assets folder. How do you link it to the page on which you want to use it?
{{ asset_url | 'custom.css' | stylesheet_tag }}
{{ 'custom.css' | asset_url | stylesheet_tag }}
{{ stylesheet_tag | asset_url | 'custom.css' }}
{{ stylesheet_tag | 'custom.css' | asset_url }}

Adding a Custom API Function After Shopify Checkout?
Click Apps
In the upper right of the App page click "Private Apps"
Upper right again click "Create Private App"
All of the above

Using SCSS/SASS in Shopify
It should be {{ 'styles.scss.css' | asset_url | stylesheet_tag }} You need to add .css too.
It should be {{ 'styles.scss.css' | asset_url | stylesheet_tag }} You need to delete .css too.
It should be {{ 'styles.scss.css' | _url | stylesheet_asset }} You need to add .css too.
It should be {{ 'styles.scss.css' | stylesheet_url | _tag }} You need to edit .css too.

How to edit the HTML / Liquid on the checkout page in Shopify?
Shopify completely explains how you can override the CSS presented in the checkout on their domain so that it matches your theme. You cannot alter any HTML or Javascript. You can however alter the final step of checkout, the Thank You page. If you are Shopify Plus member, you can totally mess with checkout as they give you access to checkout.liquid
Shopify is not completely explains how you can override the Ajax presented in the checkout on their domain so that it matches your theme. You cannot alter any HTML or Javascript. You can however alter the final step of checkout, the Thank You page. If you are Shopify Plus member, you can totally mess with checkout as they give you access to checkout.liquid.html
Shopify completely explains how you can override the CSS presented in the frontpage on their domain so that it matches your cart. You cannot alter any HTML or Javascript. You can however alter the final step of checkout, the Thank You page. If you are Shopify Plus member, you can totally mess with checkout as they give you access to checkout.liquid.php
Shopify completely explains how you can not override the CSS presented in the checkout on their domain so that it matches your theme. You cannot alter any HTML or Javascript. You can't however alter the final step of checkout, the Thank You page. If you are Shopify Plus member, you can totally mess with checkout as they give you have not access to checkout.liquid

Which of the following is not existing Theme property?
created_at
id
description
name
role

In Shopify , you can embed or link to other types of media in your online store including?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
videos
gifs
swf
applet

What are the redirect properties in Shopify?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
Id
Target
Path
Domain
URL

Which of the following article fields available to use?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
media
title
body
author
post

Which of the following is not true in regards to Liquid objects?
Liquid objects contain attributes to output dynamic content on the page.
Liquid objects are also often referred to as Liquid variables.
Global objects can be used and accessed from any file in your theme.
To output an object's attribute, wrap the object's name in %% and %%.

What is the main template file used by default?
theme.liquid
template.liquid
shop.liquid
main.liquid

Which of the following valid values for ApplicationCharge the status of the application charge?
{ "status" : "accepted" }
pending
accepted
declined
expired
All of the above

What is the purpose of adding the liquid extension to your assets?
Without liquid extension they would not be recognized.
The liquid extension allows you to use liquid in your js and css files.
Your whole theme must be with liquid extensions.
There is no any difference.

Which of the following code is correct of Shopify cycle iteration to simplify?
{% for i out (1..20) %}

<13 %}class3{% endif %}">class{{ forloop.index }}</div>
{% endfor %}

{ for i in (1..20) %}

<13 %}class3{% endif %}">class{{ forloop.index }}</div>
{% endfor %}

{% for i in (1..20) %}

<13 %}class3{% endif %}">class{{ forloop.index }}</div>
{% endfor %}

All of the above

From which folder of a theme does "include" tag inserts code?
templates
files
assets
snippets

Consider following code , What will be output?
{{ "Ground control to Major Tom." | split: "" | reverse | join: "" }}
Ground control to Major Tom.
.Tom Major to control Ground
dnuorG lortnoc ot rojaM .moT
.moT rojaM ot lortnoc dnuorG

Consider following code, What will be the output?
{% assign fruits = "orange apple banana apple orange" %}
{{ fruits | split: ' ' | uniq | join: ' ' }}
orange apple banana apple orange
orange apple banana banana apple orange
orange apple banana
banana

Shopify by founded?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
Tobias Lütke
Daniel Weinand
Scott Lake
Scot Tom

How do change the title-Attribute in Shopify's liquid?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
{{ link | capitalize | link_to_tag: tag, 'Title Here' }}
{{ page | capitalize | link_to_tag: tag, 'Title Here' }}
{{ tag | capitalize | link_to_tag: tag, 'Title Here' }}
All of the above

To check Shopify vendor if statement?
{% if product.vendor || shop.name %}{{ product.vendor }}{% endif %} {{ product.title }}
{% if product.vendor && shop.name %}{{ product.vendor }}{% endif %} {{ product.title }}
{% if product.vendor == shop.name %}{{ products.vendor }}{% endif %} {{ product.title }}
{% if product.vendor != shop.name %}{{ product.vendor }}{% endif %} {{ product.title }}

Which of the following page fields available to use?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
meta
handle
body
head
author

What will be the output for following code:
{% assign fruits = "apples, oranges, peaches, tomatoes" | split: ", " %}
{% assign vegetables = "broccoli, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes" | split: ", " %}
{% assign plants = fruits | concat: vegetables %}
{{ plants | join: ", " }}
apples, oranges, peaches, tomatoes
broccoli, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes
apples, peaches, broccoli, lettuce
apples, oranges, peaches, tomatoes, broccoli, carrots, lettuce, tomatoes

Which of the following correct way of Shopify Liquid: Variables within Filters?
Have you tried taking off the {{ }} on the line_item.quantity? If I recall it is a number so it should work.
{{ line_item.price | times: line_item.quantity | money }}
Have you tried taking off the {{ }} on the line_item.quantity? If I have not recall it is a number so it should work.
{{ lines_item.price | times: line_item.quantity | money }}
Have you tried taking off the {{ }} on the line_item.quantitys? If I recall it is a number so it should work.
{{ line_item.price | date: line_item.quantitys | money }}
All of the above

What is the correct way to output next variable?
{% capture my_variable %}I am being captured.{% endcapture %}
{{ my_variable }}
{{ echo my_variable }}
{{ return my_variable }}
{{ get my_variable }}

Which of the following product fields available to use?
Note: There may be more than one right answer.
Product_size
Product_type
Variant
Sku_item

In June 2009, Shopify launched an _____ and App Store?
API platform
Mobile app
Payment
IPO

Which of the following is not true about "decrement" tag?
It creates a new number variable.
It decreases its value by one every time it is called.
Variables declared inside "decrement" are independent from variables created through "assign" or "capture".
The initial value is 0.

Which of the following is not true about "increment" tag?
It creates a new number variable.
Variables created through the "increment" tag are independent from variables created through "assign" or "capture".
The initial value is 1.
It increases its value by one every time it is called

Which of the following is the correct way to create variable?
{% var foo = "bar" %}
{% assign foo = "bar" %}
{% $foo = "bar" %}
{% new foo = "bar" %}

How to use {% include ''" %} in Shopify for an app?
If you want to add an Asset to a Shop when your App is installed, you have to first have the merchant approve your App for adding assets to the shop. Second, you have to install your asset, in this case 'foo.liquid'. Once it is an Asset in the shop, you could have the theme reference the asset, using include.
If you want to add an Asset to a Checkout when your App is not installed, you have to first have the merchant approve your App for adding assets to the shop. Second, you have to install your asset, in this case 'foo.liquid'. Once it is an Asset in the shop, you could have the theme reference the asset, using include.
If you want to delete an Asset to a Shop when your App is installed, you have to first have the merchant approve your App for adding assets to the shop. Second, you have to install your asset, in this case 'foo.liquid'. Once it is an Asset in the shop, you could have the theme reference the asset, using include.
None of the above

What is the correct way to load full-width.liquid template?
{% template 'full-width' %}
{% include 'full-width' %}
{% load 'full-width' %}
{% layout 'full-width' %}

Which of the following is the correct way to leave un-rendered code inside a Liquid template?
{%%} ... {%%}
{% comment %} ... {% endcomment %}
{ comment } ... { endcomment }
{/* comment */} ... {/* endcomment */}

How many results are you able output per page with "paginate" tag?
between 1 and 30
between 1 and 40
between 1 and 50
between 1 and 100

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