• Best CMS for a webshop?
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  • Title says it all. What would be the best CMS to use for a webshop? I've been thinking about Joomla, but it that really the best choice? I don't have any experience with this so I figured I'd just ask here. One requirement: It [B]must[/B] support Sisow, which is a dutch payment method. However, maybe I could make a plugin myself if there isn't already one.
  • If you have a decent enough server to host it on, I'd go for Magento. It has tons of feature but can be a little slow.
  • PrestaShop looks like the best option there IMO. Magento is probably overkill for this scenario.
  • [QUOTE=kingzl3y;34666268]I've being using OpenCart, I would definitely recommend it![/QUOTE] DaringCart is a fork of OpenCart.
  • [QUOTE=jaybuz;34666230]DaringCart? [url]https://github.com/mr-smor/DaringCart[/url][/QUOTE] Hey! I made most of the work for that! Which is close to none, by the way, don't use DaringCart.
  • [QUOTE=StinkyJoe;34667387]Hey! I made most of the work for that! Which is close to none, by the way, don't use DaringCart.[/QUOTE] Yeah, I actually found it on your GitHub profile and thought "Hey! If StinkyJoe forked it, it must be good!"
  • [QUOTE=nielsbon1;34669185]Do not take a CMS from the internet.... Build your own ![/QUOTE] That's what I did. ...you can guess how it ended up.
  • Don't you have anyone in your envoirement to learn you? I had a student that could code PHP (MYSQL, Javascript) and worked with him for 2 years and learned everything he did now i can make functions, CMS, MVC's. Try to take every learning chance you can. But if you must have one of the internet i would choose OpenCart.
  • [QUOTE=nielsbon1;34669390]Don't you have anyone in your envoirement to learn you? I had a student that could code PHP (MYSQL, Javascript) and worked with him for 2 years and learned everything he did now i can make functions, CMS, MVC's. Try to take every learning chance you can. But if you must have one of the internet i would choose OpenCart.[/QUOTE] You can make... "MVC's"? Do you even know what MVC stands for? And are you even aware of the amount of work it takes to develop a fully capable content management platform?
  • [QUOTE=StinkyJoe;34670437]You can make... "MVC's"? Do you even know what MVC stands for? And are you even aware of the amount of work it takes to develop a fully capable content management platform?[/QUOTE] Just because i got low post it doesn't mean i am noob. Why else would i use the word MVC's (Model, view , Controller) i made my own. Model cares the database and insert, update, select things from the database. The model combines the data from the model and here you can make functions in and tells the view what to do. The view is how it is presented to the people.
  • Oh, I'm sorry, thanks you for clarifying the MVC's (Model, view, Controller), I too hope to make my own one day.
  • Don't worry when i expended my MVC i am releasing everything to make people learn things and give comments / reviews on it.
  • [QUOTE=nielsbon1;34684621]Don't worry when i expended my MVC i am releasing everything to make people learn things and give comments / reviews on it.[/QUOTE] Thank you fren, you are truely a php god :-)
  • [QUOTE=swift and shift;34676918]op should use wordpress[/QUOTE] WooCommerce :v:
  • [QUOTE=nielsbon1;34684320]Just because i got low post it doesn't mean i am noob. Why else would i use the word MVC's (Model, view , Controller) i made my own. Model cares the database and insert, update, select things from the database. The model combines the data from the model and here you can make functions in and tells the view what to do. The view is how it is presented to the people.[/QUOTE] i made a mvc once but to optimize it more (to reduce to overhead of a CALL) i put the view inside the model and the model inside the controller its much more faster that way