A website can be crucial to the success of any modern business; it is an enterprise’s online brand, attracts interest, helps sell services and products, and can even be used to reach out to a worldwide market.

However, in order for the website to be effective and garner maximum benefit it needs to be attractive, easy for the visitor to use and free of technical problems.

Why is your website theme important?

For any website to attract visitors and maintain interest – which is surely what any business wants – the look and style must be attractive. A website theme helps to determines its design. Typically a website theme will include:

  • The type and size of the fonts on the webpage

  • The colour schemes and the aesthetics of the site

Getting the theme right is important; the website may contain exceptional content, but unless it is attractive and holds your visitors' interests those efforts will come to nothing.

Create and Edit new theme in QuickSell Web Version:

Step 1 : Log on to https://web.quicksell.co/account-settings on QuickSell Web

Step 2: Click on Content and Layout

Step 3: Click on Custom Themes

Step 4: Click on Create Themes

Step 5: Click on Enter theme name and Set theme name. Save!

Step 6: Now you can edit the colors of Primary, Primary Text, Background, Background Text as per your choice. You can even put color codes directly.

Step 7: Save theme.

Step 8: Go back and click Use Theme on any of the existing theme or the newly created theme.


Create and Edit new theme in QuickSell Mobile Version:

Step 1 : Open QuickSell Mobile App

Step 2: Click on Store

Step 3: Click on Themes

Step 4: Click on Create Themes

Step 5: Click on Enter theme name and Set theme name. Save!

Step 6: Now you can edit the colors of Primary, Primary Text, Background, Background Text as per your choice. You can even put color codes directly.

Step 7: Save theme.

Step 8: Go back and click Use Theme on any of the existing theme or the newly created theme.


Related Topic : Where each color are used in the theme and understanding theme options.

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