Using product images are a great way to catch your customer’s eyes as well as show off your product. They give you the option to show different angles of your products, as well as different selections available.
So, for example, if you had a piece of jewellery with intricate detail you may want to use product images to display this piece of jewellery from different angles. These images will then appear on your live site as below, so customers can click through the images to see the different angles available:
Product Layout - Narrow
Product Layout - Wide
Product Images are available with all our packages and the allowance for multiple product images is on these packages as follows:
Shop Builder - 6 images per product
Shop Builder Pro - 9 images per product
Shop Builder Advanced - 12 images per product
Please note: This allowance includes your main product image.
To add multiple product images to your product please follow these steps:
Once your images are all uploaded they will appear on your live site!
As seen in the screenshots above, there are two product layouts available for product images and so to read more about these please see our Product and Category Layout guide.
If you would like to change the order of your product images please follow the steps here:?
When your product images are uploaded the first image will automatically be chosen as the “Featured Product” image. This means it will become your main product image and can be identified by the yellow “Featured Product” banner shown over the image.
It is also the one the thumbnail is automatically generated from. If you would like to know how to upload a custom thumbnail image please read this HelpCentre Guide.
However, if you would like to re-order these images to choose another for your “Featured Product” image please follow the steps below:
The best size for your images is as big as you can but, as a minimum size, anything over 1200x1200px would be best. This is because the bigger the image is, the better it will display on all screens! Especially when enlarged within a lightbox as shown below: