Rather than using the uninstall button found on your Shopify app page in the admin dashboard, we recommend using the built-in uninstall button found within SchemaApp itself.  You can find this button by clicking on Schema App from your store's app page, then clicking the "Settings" button along the top bar.  On this page you'll see a red uninstall button, clicking that will prompt you to confirm the uninstall.  


Using the app's uninstall button allows us to automatically clean up the modifications we made to your theme automatically.





Already used Shopify's uninstall button?

If you've already uninstalled SchemaApp using the uninstall button on the Shopify app page then we weren't able to automatically remove our modifications from your store.  Here's the steps you'll need to manually remove the modifications our app made.


  1. Open the theme code editor from the Shopify admin.
  2. From the templates section, open the file called article.liquid.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of this file and find the line that says {% include 'schemaapp.article' %} and delete this line.  In the image below, the line you need to delete is at the very bottom of the file.
  4. Save the changes to this file.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the following files:
    • blog.liquid
    • collection.liquid
    • page.liquid
    • product.liquid
  6. If your store uses alternate templates then you will need to modify these files as well.  An alternate template that is named contact that is used for pages would be named page.contact.liquid. Complete steps 3 and 4 for any of these alternate template files as well.


After carrying out these steps you've removed all of the code that we inserted into your existing template files.  Now all that's left is to delete the template files that SchemaApp generated.

  1. Still in the code editor, scroll down to the snippets category.
  2. Look for any files that begin with schemaapp and delete these.  Example names of these files would be: schemaapp.page.liquid or schemaapp.product.liquid.


There will be a schemaapp file for each of the files mentioned earlier in step 5 and additional ones for any alternate templates that you identified in step 6.