Product Banners

Capital provides banners that appear on product images when there is noteworthy information about the product available. For example, if a product is sold out, the Sold out banner identifies this.

Below is a reference guide to all available product banners and the triggers for when they appear in your shop.

Note that if more than one banner could be applied to a product, the banners prioritise in the following order:

  1. New or Popular

  2. Sold out

  3. Low stock

  4. Percent off

For example, if a product is low in stock, but it is also a popular item, the Popular banner is applied due to the Popular banner’s priority.

New

The New banner only appears on department pages and collection list pages if the collection’s default sorting method is set to By date: Newest to oldest. You can set a collection’s default sorting method when you are adding or editing the collection.

For more information, see Shopify’s article

Change the sort order for the products in a collection.

The Popular banner only appears on department pages and collection list pages if the collection’s default sorting method is set to By best selling. You can set a collections default sorting method when you are adding or editing the collection.

Sold out

The Sold out banner appears on any product that is out of stock according to Shopify’s own inventory tracking feature. You can manually change the number of items in stock when adding or editing a product in the Shopify admin area.

For more information about managing inventory in Shopify, see Shopify’s article

Managing your inventory.

Low stock

The Low stock banner displays a message, Only [number] left on any item in your shop, according to your configured low stock indication. You can set the number that Capital considers as low stock in the Product item settings.

Percent off

The Percent off banner displays a message, [Percentage]% off on any item in your shop if you have set a Compare at price when you added or edited the item in your Shopify admin area.

For more information about setting sale prices, see Shopify’s article

Showing sale prices.