Creating vendor pages on Shopify

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Sync custom fields from Jetti to create vendor pages


You can make use the custom fields feature in Jetti to to create vendor pages within your Shopify store. Rather than create an externally hosted page, Jetti's approach involved syncing the custom fields (e.g. logo, brand name etc) as metafields. These metafields can then be inserted and used on your collection template.

This will require editing of your collection template on Shopify. If you are unfamiliar with template editing (e.g. HTML, CSS), a Shopify expert / theme developer will be able to help. It's typically a small and simple task, however, may require more time if you have a more elaborate design.

While this may require some upfront template editing, the result will be better than Jetti providing our own hosted vendor pages. Other apps that do this often can't match exactly the look and feel of your site and require workarounds, such as using iframes.


To get started, you'll need to first create a Smart collection in Shopify. Typically, you'll name this after your vendor. You can use the tags or vendor field filter to automatically populate the collection with products from your dropship provider. In the following example, the collection has been setup to automatically import products from the vendor Jetti Amanda.


We do have plans to automate the creation and mapping of collections in Jetti in the future. While the vendor pages feature is in beta, you'll need to copy and paste the collection ID into Jetti under the custom fields tab.

You can do this by clicking into the Custom fields tab in the dropship provider settings.


You now need to setup your custom fields. You can do this under Setup > Custom fields. You're free to create whatever data structure you want. For example, here we've created a custom field for About.

Once the fields you want have been created, either the brand can complete the details within their vendor portal (Under Setup > Custom fields). Or, you can enter the details under the custom fields tab in the vendor portal.

Once the data has been entered, you can then select the sync the data to the collection.


If you are unfamiliar with template editing in Shopify, we recommend getting in contact with your theme developer or a Shopify expert. They'll be able to use the metafield information being synced to your store to build a suitable design for your marketplace. Below is an example snippet of code you can use to get started.

<!-- custom meta fields -->
<div class="page-width">
    <p style="text-align: center">{{ collection.metafields.jetti.About }}</p>

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