robertwildling at gmail.com
Thu Nov 24 15:44:28 CET 2011
I just spend about 6 months with finding out how to setup a working shop
within TYPO3 that is also meeting the e-commerce laws on the German and
Austrianmarket. Unfortunately I must say, the shop extensions are all
commerce, which still offers the most possibilities with a typical
TYPO3-use-and-feel, is maintained in the SVN, but still very toublesome
in some respects such as weight-dependent shipping, additional rates for
PayPal (eg) and a general keeping up-to-date with the actual TYPO3 core
(lots of deprecated code).
You may want to have a look at Multistore. Documentation is not too
good, but the extensions is quite fabulous, even though the idea of
frontend editing brings problems with it as soon as you use fixed
containers and z-indexes (some editing areas disappear behind the layout).
Otherwise - that was my way to go - xtcmodified is very good, expecially
the implementation of layout is awysomely easy. So once you have your
index template in TYPO3, you can use it there.
But it will need some hand work, eg to make it utf8 throughout (the
title tag is a problem...), or some parts even need fooling around in
the core files...
But it has lots of features that work very fine and make up for the
> Andreas Becker wrote:
>> Wir haben Typogento mehrfach verbaut jedoch die letzten Versionen die
>> ordnungsgemaess von Typogento lief war mit 1.4.1 und 4.5.4
>> Danach ist einiges an Handarbeit angesagt
> It would be great to have that in English in this list... :(
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