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We’ve been making it even simpler to build and customize your online store. That’s why we’ve released our drag and drop Selz website store builder.

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When you use the Selz website store builder, you can completely customize your website to match your brand and products. Absolutely no programming skills are needed to create a beautiful and effective online store.

How to Use the Selz Website Store Builder

Building with blocks

Your online store is made up of “blocks” where each block is a different section of your website. There are tons of blocks to choose from: categories, items, text, images, videos etc. You can choose them and arrange them however you like. Just like, well, blocks!

Drag and drop

Once you’ve chosen a block you want to insert, it’s a simple drag and drop to place it into your ecommerce store.

Editing blocks

You can edit the settings for blocks using the menu on the left-hand side. For example, you can change images, choose the number of products to display etc.

To edit the text in blocks, just click on the block itself.  Just hit save when you’re finished.

Arrange your online store

Once you have a few blocks put together, or if you want to rearrange the theme you have chosen, you can move them around in the “Blocks” menu by dragging and dropping them.

This gif shows you how to use the Selz website store builder.

Design settings

On the left-hand side, you are able to use the Design tab as a way to control the overall look and feel of your store. This is where you can do things like customize your typography or resize your logo. If you need more instruction on setting up your online store, you can attend one of our live webinars on how to use Selz.

Learn more

If you want to try Selz’s website store builder, sign up for a free 14-day trial. During the trial, you can test our ecommerce platform to see if the features are the best fit for your business.

Happy selling!

About the author

Molly Corless

Molly has been marketing for small startups for over 5 years. From marketing automation to Facebook ads to copywriting, Molly has figured out the key to growing a business from the ground up. She lives in rainy Portland, Oregon with her dog named Hamms.