With Shopify announcing that checkout.liquid will be deprecated on August 13, 2024, there’s only one way out. Businesses have to migrate from checkout.liquid to Shopify checkout extensibility. Although it’s going to take some time, the resulting upgrade will undoubtedly be positive for your business. All you need to do is learn how.
With many Shopify case studies in our portfolio, GenovaWebArt is a leading expert on Shopify customization. This is why we’re basing the guide on our own approach to the migration. We’ll teach you step-by-step how to change your checkout page.
Thanks to helpful screenshots, you’ll quickly understand the process and will be able to switch without issue. We’ll also cover the features that don’t get transferred between the two checkouts and offer guidance on ways to customize them. Without further ado, let’s teach you how to move to Shopify checkout extensibility.