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Was ist PrestaShop?
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PrestaShop – Details
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PrestaShop – Nutzerbewertungen
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Bewertet am 28.4.2019
the most mainstream CMS all through the world
Kommentare: Prestashop is one of the main stages for a web-based business, we use it broadly on structure handcrafted shops, yet you can actually simply introduce it and transfer two or three items and you are done, have a fresh out of the box new online shop. It's very simple to use for apprentices and propelled clients alike.
Vorteile: Prestashop is by right thought to be a standout amongst the most mainstream CMS all through the world. A large number of website specialists and entrepreneurs pick this substance the board framework among the others and it is anything but an astonishment by any means. On account of its framework adaptability, simple dispatch and establishment you can construct your online store with no unique programming abilities in two or three ticks. It's likely the most effortless approach to make the online retail location. So you've officially chosen to pick a Prestashop as your eCommerce framework for your future online shop, yet you need to test it out first? You positively realize that site creation can be a costly and long haul venture thinking about fashioners and designers compensation. Be that as it may, no stresses! We have a lot for you! With our free Prestashop layouts, you'll get the chance to make your very own site without spending a penny! Features Cloud or Self-facilitating: You can join in minutes for a free store in the PrestaShop cloud or you can download the open source PHP code and host it yourself. Layouts: Similar to Envato's ThemeForest, PrestaShop sells an assortment of excellent topics to expertly tweak your store. Store Builder With a WordPress like a dashboard PrestaShop offers a component rich store development interface, including nitty-gritty item postings, route and pursuit. Shopping basket: PrestaShop coordinates with an assortment of installm
Nachteile: Breaking points with enormous endeavor, huge expense on framework yet you won't pay for programming. It very well may be hard to redesign real forms, as you need to custom modify all your code and modules. It's moderate, you need to spare your advancement a few times in light of the fact that not generally spares what you do, not excessively prewar web formats.
Bewertet am 16.10.2019
Best ecommerce for small company
Kommentare: More stable.
- advanced ecommerce software
- good SEO template
- best UX on backend
- low cost of development
- module in PrestaShop addons is very low quality
- no integration with professional solutions (eg. PimCore)
- no great SEO addons
Bewertet am 23.12.2019
Great platform for a large site
Kommentare: In general, the cost of maintaining a site running CMS PrestaShop is quite high, but if you have a serious project, they will quickly pay off.
Vorteile: Our company manages the site using CMS PrestaShop. I also often interact with this platform. Most of all I like the admin panel. Using it is very easy to manage the file manager and domains.
Nachteile: A site on PrestaShop cannot be hosted on cheap hosting. The platform is too heavy, the server will constantly crash. For those who are thinking about this CMS, I would recommend buying a hosting no cheaper than $ 100.
Bewertet am 22.10.2019
Just the best e-commerce software. Ever. Anywhere. In the world.
Kommentare: We've developed over 50 e-commerce websites with Prestashop over the years, complex multi-boutiques, in different languages, in different countries using different currencies ... we're pretty happy with our overall experience with the software and the company.
Vorteile: We have been working with Prestashop for the past 7 years, from 1.3 to now the 1.7 version. When it was the "only" great shopping cart software it was good. Now it's outstanding. A large community supports it with a lot of plug-ins that work and help market and manage the e-shop.
Nachteile: Prestashop is currently going through the external plug-ins to make sure that they are compatible with eath other : which is important because we've had a couple of problems with buggy plug-ins. To be faire, they are not necessarily developed by Prestashop.
Bewertet am 25.10.2019
good since the fork but it has changed its name; this is the review of the one called prestashop
Last in a series of failed attempts to get a 21st century ecommerce site. I have a 20th century one but hoped for better. Two problems with the open source ones are
(a) Over-large companies funded by venture capital or just ambition, that half-finish a neat project and then sell it half finished and try to cover-up the mistake by selling modules for the most obvious basic things like checkout and shipping. This applies to Drupal Commerce, a lot, to some of the various Wordpress carts, and to Prestashop.
(b) Mission creep by which an app that installs onto shared hosting suddenly becomes too large to run on that host. This applies to Drupal projects and probably to Prestashop a bit too.
So: the experience is the same as with Drupal Commerce and bits of wordpress stuff. i am a lot happier now I am on a forked version of prestashop. Oh talking of "fork" and "open source", this is a DIY project with some free help maybe on message boards and with free installation from software installers on most hosting, but mainly paid in hours rather than pounds. When i spend money it was on ill-judged attempts to find a one page checkout module that turned-out not to cope with a particular server or to solve the specific problems of the default checkout.
Separate templates, codes, and html
Small and purpose-specific enough to run on some shared hosting (with a cache).
Small and purpose-specific enough to teach yourself you to use it (I hoped, although wrongly because of the bugs.)
Neat enough to run in its pure form without the need to buy lots of modules in case they help (I hoped, wrongly because of the bugs)
Dozens of employees funded by selling modules.
Next to nobody fixing bugs because it's not in their interest. Look for a solution to an awkwardness with the default one page checkout, for example, and you see threads years-old with unresolved problems, even when the solution is just a line or two of code. For example the code that shows something of the payment methods before a user has selected a country to confirm the payment amount. Or one I discovered by mistake - if you manage to hack your way through the order form, simplifying it and forcing it to use guest checkout - Prestashop refuses to accept a repeat customer with the same email address. It requires each customer to open an account. The renamed forked version, I discovered while doing this, is fixed; it allows customers to remain "guest" and for two to have the same email address.
Changes to the software seem to come down from the top of the hierarchy rather than up from the needs of users. For example version 1.7 has less free built-in features than version 1.6 and a different system for running themes - symphony instead of smarty. As though any shopkeeper wants to know this, or pay module developers to know it so that they can offer cheap or free modules.