Once you've uploaded your theme, it's time to make it your own. While all of your products, collections, pages, and navigation are configured in the Shopify admin, any changes you make to the look and feel of your store will happen in the theme editor. Access it by navigating to Online Store > Themes > Startup > Customize.
The theme editor is divided into two tabs: Sections and Theme settings.
The Sections tab contains all of the sections that are available to you in Startup. Essentially, sections are the building blocks of your store used to assemble pages from customizable, movable components. You can add, remove, reorder, and customize features for each in the Sections tab.
Theme settings tab
The Theme settings tab controls global changes to the look and features of your store–such as Typography, Colors, and Social media accounts.
In bottom-left of the theme editor, access the More actions menu for links to Preview/View theme, Edit code and Edit languages.
If the theme hasn't been published or remains password-protected, the Preview theme link will open a new tab or window with a preview to demonstrate how the store looks and operates with the current content, configurations, and settings. This gives a sense of how features work and feel from the perspective of the customer. After both publishing the theme and removing the password-protection, the link will read View theme and direct to the live URL.
Edit code directs to the theme files. These determine the structure, aesthetic, and function of the theme. While editing these files is not advised, certain apps and customizations require modifications to these files in order to work with the theme, in which case these files can be access here.
Finally, Edit languages lets you both change the language of your theme and checkout, as well as customize the terminology that is used throughout your store.
Above the right-side preview, you can change the device view. This allows you to get a sense of how your store appears in mobile (left), desktop with settings sidebar (center), and full-window desktop (right).