如果您在有资格使用 Shopify Payments 支付网关的国家/地区注册 Shopify 账户，您的商店会自动配备 Shopify Payments，您可以立即接受付款。在接受第一个订单之前，请确保您的产品符合 Shopify Payments 服务条款。
如果您不符合使用 Shopify Payments 的条件，则需要注册第三方支付网关才能在线接受信用卡付款。在确定支付网关时，请研究信用卡和交易费的费用、服务条款、款项安排和可用货币。查看适用于您所在国家/地区的网关，注册您所需网关的账户，然后将账户连接到您的 Shopify 账户。
您可以根据客户购物车的重量或价格提供固定运费、有条件的固定运费，还可以提供 USPS、UPS、加拿大邮政和 DHL Express 的实时承运商计算的运费。您还可以为居住在您商店附近的客户指定本地运费。
Setting up local delivery for online orders by Shopify
If you sign up for a Shopify account in a country eligible for the Shopify Payments payment gateway, then your business is automatically set up with Shopify Payments and you can accept payments right away. Before you accept your first order, make sure that your products are allowed within the Shopify Payments Terms of Service.
If you aren’t eligible for Shopify Payments, then you need to sign up for a third-party payment gateway to accept credit card payments online. When deciding on a payment gateway, research the cost of credit card and transaction fees, terms of service, payout schedules, and available currencies. Check which gateways are available for your country, sign up for an account with the gateway that you want, and then connect it to your Shopify account.
If you don’t accept credit card payments, then enable some alternative payment methods or manual payment methods for customers to choose at checkout.
When you sell online, you need to have a way to send your products to your customers. You can provide as many shipping options as you want to your customers to make sure they get their orders in the way that works best for them.
If you sell any digital goods, such as artwork or digital gift cards, then make sure to deselect This is a physical product in those products’ details so customers aren't charged shipping fees for those products.
You can create general shipping rates which apply to all your products, and create specific rates only for certain products by creating shipping profiles. Within each shipping profile, you create shipping zones to specify which countries you want to ship to, and then create shipping rates for each shipping zone. For example, if you ship to both Canada and the United States, then you can create a shipping zone for each country, and charge different shipping amounts for each shipping zone.
You can offer flat shipping rates, conditional flat shipping rates based on the weight or price of a customer’s cart, and live carrier-calculated rates from USPS, UPS, Canada Post, and DHL Express. For more information on shipping rates, refer to Setting up shipping rates. You can also specify local shipping rates for customers who live near your business.