Use the Map section to promote your brick-and-mortar retail stores. This section is designed specifically for your address information and store hours.

At the bottom of the map section's image, you can create a link to another page, perfect for linking to Google Maps with directions to your store.

Add a map section

To add a map section:

  1. From your Customize theme editor, choose Home page from the pages drop-down menu at the top of the screen.

  2. Scroll down the list of home page sections and click the Add section button.

  3. Choose Map from the list of sections.

    This opens the Map settings.

  4. Choose the Style for the section, either Default or Contrast.

    If you select Contrast, this section uses Lorenza's contrast colors.

  5. Add Small heading, Heading, and Subheading text.

  6. Add Hours and Address text blocks.

    These rich text fields allow you to add multiple lines of text, perfect for street addresses and store contact information.

  7. Use the Heading alignment to change the text alignment of the section. Either Left or Center.

  8. Choose a Max width of text, between 16 and 50.

    The text max width lets you control the shape of the text, and make it look good no matter how long your collection descriptions are.

  9. Add an Image for the map section. This could even be an actual map image, if you want.

  10. The next fields (Map address, Google Maps API key, and Custom map JSON) require some additional set up.

    To learn more, see: Get a Google Maps API key

  11. Once you've got a Google Maps API key configured, you can add Map link text, like "Get directions", that links to your address Google Maps.

  12. Return to the list of Home page sections to find your new Map section.

Use the drag handles to rearrange the order of your Home page sections:

  1. Click Save.

Settings reference

The map section has the following settings:


Choose a section style, either Default or Contrast. This affects the colors of the current section.

Small heading

Add a small heading to be displayed above the heading.

We recommend keeping this to a word or two.


Add heading text for the section.

We recommend keeping this to only a few words long.


Add a subheading to be displayed under the heading.

We recommend keeping this to a short sentence or two.


Add your store hours.

This field accepts rich text elements and multiple lines of text.


Add your store address.

This field accepts rich text elements and multiple lines of text.

Heading alignment

Choose how your heading text should be aligned, either Left or Center.

Max width of text

Using the slider, choose how wide the heading text should appear, at a maximum.


Select or upload an image to be displayed.

Map address

Add a street address that Google Maps can use to find your store.

Google Maps API key

Add your Google Maps API key. You can generate one using the directions here.

Custom map JSON

You can paste JSON configuration in this field to change the look and feel of your map. Learn more

You can find some map presets using Google's Google Maps Platform Styling Wizard website.

Add link text for the map link generated by Google Maps.

Get a Google Maps API key

Here's what you need to do to get a Google Maps API key:

  1. Sign up for Google Maps Platform. (Link.)

  2. Select the Maps product.

  3. Create a project for your Shopify store.

  4. Enter your billing information.

    Unless you get more than 500,000 views per month, you will not be charged for map API requests. They will all be paid for with the recurring $200 credit Google gives its Cloud Platform users each month.

After this process, you are granted a Google Maps API key, which you can copy into Lorenza's map section Google Maps API Key field::

The API key should be a large jumbled string of characters, like this: AIzaSyCuv0hqbs8Itd_UvRQ0gAkwe5OxkYw_q08.

We recommend that you restrict your API key so it can only be used on requests to your store's URL (like You can restrict to multiple URLs if you also want to add your address for testing purposes.

The following video shows you how to do this from the Google Cloud Platform Google Maps dashboard: :

If you lost your API key, you can find it again (or regenerate it) from the Google Cloud Platform API Credentials page.

Custom map JSON

Using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), a form of JavaScript code used to send structured information and configuration, you can change the look and feel of your map.

Using the Google Maps Platform Styling Wizard website, you can choose different map themes or tweak map settings.

Check out the following video for more information: :

Once you have copied the JSON to your clipboard, you can paste it into Lorenza's Custom map JSON setting.

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