The Flex theme includes three product page templates for customizing the product details page: Default, Image Scrolling, and Sections.
Access each template with the page selector, then customize the template's sections and blocks.
You can also create additional product page templates with the theme editor
Customize the Default Product Template
Flex's Product template is assigned to each product by default. The product page is where your customers learn what your product is called, what it looks like, how much it costs, and other important details.
Product Information Settings
Use the page selector to open Products, then Default product
In the left sidebar, click Product information to open this section's settings
Learn more about the Default Product Template
Customize the Image Scrolling Template
Flex's Image Scolling template offers an alternative for product media display. Contrasting the Default product template's Product Gallery, the Image Scrolling template showcases the images, videos, and models in a vertical column for customers to browse as they scroll down the page.
Product Image Scrolling Settings
Use the page selector to open Products, then scrolling.
In the left sidebar, click Product - image scroll to open this section's settings
Learn more about the Image Scrolling Product Template
Customize the Sections Template
The Product Sections template is a legacy feature of the Flex theme. Now it is essentially identical to the Default template, but for older versions of Flex, this template was used for adding sections to product pages. This is now possible for all product templates in Online Store 2.0 theme versions.
Using Alternate Templates for Specific Products
Alternate templates can be used for specific products by assigning included or created templates to the product(s) in the Products admin.
Keep in mind, the settings, sections, and blocks configured in the theme editor will show up for all products using that template. Show unique content blocks for a product by customizing a template separately and assigning it to the product.