he settings_presets.json file contains the setting values for theme styles based on the settings included in settings_schema.json.


The settings_presets.json file is located in the config directory of the theme:

└── theme
    ├── config
        ├── settings_data.json
        ├── settings_presets.json
        └── settings_schema.json
    └── locales


The settings_presets.json file has the following parent objects:

presetsContains an object for each theme style. Each object is in the same format as the current.Yes
<StyleName>Contains an object for a theme style. Each object is in the same format as the current.Yes

For example:

  "presets": {
    "<StyleName>": {
      "color_body_bg": "#FFFFFF",
    "Default": {
      "color_body_bg": "#FFFFFF",
    "Impress": {
      "color_body_bg": "#FFE6EB",



The Default style represents the style composed of all default configurations. When there is a settings_presets.json file, there must be a Default style.


When you're working with the settings_.json file, you should familiarize yourself with the following concepts:

Theme styles

A theme style is a collection of theme setting defaults that enable merchants to easily change the general look and feel of the theme through the theme editor when getting started.

Selecting a theme style updates the current object to use the associated theme style values. However, only values from presentational settings are updated.

Presentational settings

Presentational settings are settings that are related to a visual aspect of the theme. Examples of presentational settings include the color and font applied to text, or whether a specific element is visible.

The following input types are presentational settings. Values for these settings are overwritten when switching theme styles.