Changing your store address

How to update/change your store address shown in the provided template designs

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Written by Blanca Gongora
Updated over a week ago

We understand you might need to update your store details at some point; that's why our Order Printer Pro can always show the updated details. This article provides instructions on how to change the store address in two different ways: either in the Shopify admin or within the template code.

Change store address in the Shopify admin

If you want to edit or change your store address, then you can go to your Shopify admin > Settings > Store details > Billing information and edit your store information. Once updated, the app will automatically pull out the new store address after a few hours or immediately after refreshing the store details.

Change store address in the template code

If you want to change the address to not be the same as your Shopify admin's store address, then follow the steps below.

Note: The following guide is relevant if you are using the template designs that are provided within the Order Printer Pro app.


1- Login to Order Printer Pro

2- On the "Manage templates" page, click "Edit template" on the template you would like to update.

3- In the "Code" section, find {% assign shop_address_text = "" %} and type your store address inside the quotes:

4- Click Save

If you don't find this, it's probably because the template doesn't have the latest version. In this case, you can click on "import or reset template" to create the new one, or you can simply:

1- Find the following Liquid variables that reference your store address:

{{ shop.address1 }}{% if shop.address2 != blank %}, {{ shop.address2 }}{% endif %}, {{ }}, {{ shop.province_code }}, {{ }}, {{ }}

2- Highlight this code and delete it.

3- Type the address you want to have on your documents in this empty space. For example, you could type your address to look like this: 123 Example Street, New York, NY, 10000, United States

4- Click Save.

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