Bypass Documentation

Bypass Theme

One Shopify account, 6 Websites

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  • Multiple websites

    This theme allows you to customize up to 6* different websites with the same Shopify account.

    *6 including your Shopify domain: ""

    Visit to see an example. All the domains on this website are hosted on the same shopify account.

  • Protection

    You can enable a protection mode separately on every domain. This protection can be enabled on desktops and includes :

    - Disable text-selector on product description

    - Disable right-click

  • Save on plans and apps !

    With this Theme, you can really create different websites with different products. You can then set up different niche without having to create multiple shopify accounts.

    What does it mean?

    - You only pay Shopify Plans one time for all your domains.

    - You only pay apps one time for all your domains

  • What about customers ?

    Every customer who subscribes to your newsletter will be tagged differently depending on the domain he visits. You will then be able to send him the appropriate newsletter and notification emails.

    To understand how to send different emails per customer tags, scoll down to the Notification Section.

  • What about SEO ?

    Don't worry, we figured it out too ! Just go on the customization section and you will have text box to set meta names / descriptions for all your domains.

    Also, your products and collections from one domain won't appear on your other domains.

    Just follow all the steps properly !

  • Some more...

     - We added an option to enable separately Customer Accounts on every website.

    - You can now set up different Facebook Messenger Chat plugins on each domain.

    - Keep scrolling down to set up your theme properly and contact us if you find any bug or a great idea for updates !


Get Started

- Create your Shopify Account and follow all the steps to maximise your 14 day free tial

- Upload the Bypass Theme. To do so, on your Shopify dashboard, click Online Store ► Upload Theme

Set up your domains and meta informations

Please repeat carefully the following steps. Note that your websites won't be functionnal if you make a mistake.

1. Add your domains to your Shopify account.


2. Disable domain redirection.

3. On your main Shopify interface, go in Settings ► General ► Set up all this section first. 

• The Store name will appear on every notification email sent to the customers, pick wisely.

4. On your main Shopify interface, go in Online Store ► Preferences ► Set up all this section.

• This Title and Description will only be linked to you "" domain.

•• Only one Google Analytics and Facebook Pixel are set up for all the websites.

5. On your main Shopify interface, go in Online Store ► Customize Theme ► Theme Settings ► Domain links and Settings.

• D0 is always referring to your Shopify domain, as D1 to D5 are reffering to your custom domains.

• Every time you add a domain on your Shopify account, go in this section and add your new domain informations one after the other, starting by D1.

• As you probably understood, everytime you will see a D0 to D5 in the Customizer, the section will affect the domain you entered in the corresponding number.

• Good job, you just completed the first step !

Using the Domain Picker

As the Customizer renders the layout of the Shopify domain, we alternate this layout depending on the domain you choose to edit.

To do so, in the Customizer, you go in Theme Settings and click on Domain Picker.

For exemple, to customize the domain you entered previously in D1, you click on "Edit Domain 1 (D1)".

As explained in the section, only select one domain at a time, then click save and refresh the page (if you don't the Customizer will never render the chosen domain).

***Important*** When a box is checked, the Shopify domain renders the same as the chosen domain ► So, there is no reason to customize the Shopify domain until your 5 other domains are completed. Also, it's not really a good idea to use the Shopify domain at all as it will change everytime you have to edit one of your domain.

Back in Sections, no matter what domain you are editing, you will see the dynamic sections of the other domains (D0 to D5). Shopify allows a maximum of 25 dynamic sections. After 25, you will need to create static sections if you need more.

Favicon & Checkout

All favicons can be uploaded separately in the Favicon section of the Theme Settings.

As there are a lot of limitations on the checkout customizations, you can't set a different logo for each domain.

Pro tip : Upload a little transparent .PNG file for the Checkout logo.


In the main Shopify interface, go on Online Store ► At the left of the Customize button, click Action ► Edit languages.

As you see, there are three dots at the complete right of the columns, you can click on it to see the extra columns.

Why is there so much columns ?

Because you can set different words / languages for each domain !!!


In the Navigation section of your Shopify panel, you can set up different menu.

Just create and pick different menus for each website.


Everytime you add a new product to your store, you MUST change the product template to the store you want the product to show up.

If you forget to change the template, your product will be invisble.

For exemple, if I want my new product to appear on the domain set in D1, I'll choose the template: product.d1

The template "product" refers to D0.


Everytime you add a new collection to your store, you MUST change the collection template to the store you want the product to show up.

If you forget to change the template, your collection will be invisble.

For exemple, if I want my new collection to appear on the domain set up in D1, I'll choose the template: collection.d1

The template "collection" refers to D0.


When you create a new Page, be sure to select the right template.

"page.d1" refers to domain D1

"" refers to domain D1

"page" refers to Shopify domain

"" refers to Shopify domain


When you create a new blog post, make sure to use the good templates too.

Blog post for domain 3 should use the article template "article.d3".

Blog posts are inculded in specific blogs. Make sure to edit blogs template too. Click on "Manage Blogs" and set the blog template to "blog.d3"

Shopify notifications

Shopify notifications can be found in Settings ► Notifications. You can customize your notifications to alternate for each website. To do so, use the following template. (This template can be used for all notifications except for the customer section. The customer section will be added soon with some pro tips)

Pro tip: ► Register an account on Klaviyo

Create some email templates on Klaviyo for each domain and paste them between the following template. Repeat the steps for every Notifications.


{% for line in line_items %}
{% for template_suffix in line.product.template_suffix %}
{% if template_suffix contains 'd1' %}


{% elsif template_suffix contains 'd2' %}


{% elsif template_suffix contains 'd3' %}


{% elsif template_suffix contains 'd4' %}


{% elsif template_suffix contains 'd5' %}


{% else %}


{% endif %}
{% endfor %}
{% endfor %}


► Register an account on Klaviyo.

Create different flows and campaigns by using the customer tag filter.

For the Shopify domain (D0), use tag ''domain0''

For the Shopify domain (D1), use tag ''domain1''

For the Shopify domain (D2), use tag ''domain2''

For the Shopify domain (D3), use tag ''domain3''

For the Shopify domain (D4), use tag ''domain4''

For the Shopify domain (D5), use tag ''domain5''


You can also use Klaviyo to create some Newsletter Subscriptions to include in your website if you want to have models.