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Secondary buttons appear when there are two customer actions and there is one less important than the other.
Specifically, see the Update cart button on the cart page (next to the primary Check out button), and the the Add to cart button on product pages (next to the primary But it now button).
Here is an image featuring the secondary Update cart button:
The sale badge appears when you have set the Compare at price for a product in your Shopify dashboard’s Products section.
Once in a while, customers may run into a short error message. For example, if they try to create an account and enter an invalid email:
These color settings affect only the colors in your header.
If you use the transparent header on the home page, you can set a different text color for it in the Header settings.
If you use the transparent header, this color is still applied on all pages except for the home page.
If you use the transparent header on the home page, you can set a different border color for it in the Header settings.
On mobile devices, this color is also used for the main menu (☰) icon.
The contrast color settings affect content sections all over your store. For example, many home page sections (testimonials, featured collections and featured products) have a “secondary background” color that contrasts with your regular background color.
This field only affects input fields within a contrast section.
The contrast background is displayed in a content section. It should contrast your global background color.
Here is an example of the contrast background color being changed:
If there is a border or line within a content section, it uses the contrast border color setting.
For example, see the border line in this featured product section, between the product name and the price:
The navigation color settings only affect the colors in your drop-down navigation menus.
Note that these color settings are only honored on desktop devices. For mobile devices, see the Drawers color settings below.
You can learn more about setting up mega navigation menus in the Header article.
Some menus open up in drawers. They pop open from the left or right side of the screen.
On mobile devices, navigation menus, the quick cart, collection sorting and collection filtering menus open up in drawers:
On larger screens (like tablets, laptops, and desktops), only the quick cart, collection sorting and collection filtering menus open up in drawers:
These color settings affect only the colors in the footer area of your store.
Note that on mobile devices, your footer may be big enough to fill an entire screen.
This field only affects input fields within the footer.