glpunzi at lordzealon.com
Thu Nov 24 17:24:16 CET 2011
El 24/11/2011 15:44, Robert Wildling escribió:
> Hi, Giuseppe,
> 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
We start bad then :P
> 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.
Documentation in german :S
> 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
> extra effort.
And what about tt-product
> Good luck!
We don't have enough to be newbies in Typo3, and don't understand it
totally (Drupal/Joomla background), to have problems with shop systems
Well....study study study study
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