The choice of engine for a simple online store?

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Guys, choose the engine for just an online store. Visits and orders will not so much.

Functionality on top will be standard:

Directory

Product page

— Order form

— Form of subscription

Requirements:

— Easy order system

— User data storage

— Option to give discount on repeat orders (after logging in).

— Quickly pull design and add/edit/affect the interface elements (not too deep were sewn, standardization)

Design:
Internal
Main

Questions:

1. Such requirements, and your experience should we just bother to deploy systems like Magento or Oscommerce?

2. Can you recommend an open source CMS with ecommerce Addons? Drupal? Joomla + virutemart? Something else?

3. Is the idea to put Wordpress + any ecommerce addon. Developers don't like it, but to manage simple and current tasks will cover. To code anything to add need. High style the PLO will be able. Crutch supply will be easier. That kind of reality. Dissuade or support.
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And me in the plan if you need to quickly online-shop, run, of free like prestashop.
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But Russian: prestadev.ru/
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Like because it is simple and fast, main in and free. And modules paid and a lot of them. In particular, you don't need to add to connect payment systems, etc.
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do not take generic CMS. if you do not own them. For example, Drupal is a great CMS and stores it anything. but the level of entry into the Drupal above, select the desired modules are not so easy as may seem at first, although he can do everything :) the shop has a full set of modules and Ubercart has a lot of features, using a lot of time until you learn it.
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By the way, you need design? it is also a serious issue. if you are going to use ready-made design or do it yourself. And maybe use the services of freelance
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Another good Opencart
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For small shops much more convenient and not cumbersome WordPress Magento, Opencart, etc...
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If you go on the path of WordPress + something else, I recommend to look in the direction of Jigoshop or WooCommerce. the correct plugins to create a store with WordPress and... themes for Jigoshop is the same themeforest.
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Now do a small shop, about 300 items, very good results, excellent usability, seo and all the advantages of WordPress plugins
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Your requirements will go anything
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For good design in Prestashop ( a lot of ready-made templates), with the convenience of zapilivanie in OpenCar, are two of the most dynamic development now.
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In præstø the template engine Smarty, OC — stupid PHP. In my opinion we should start with the OC for its installation will require about 5 minutes with zero ( not counting the MySQL configuration)
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From Gumlu, Topalov immediately dissuade — will take your attention from the main task. In specialized scripts the author has removed from the stone "all that is not a person", and then you have all by yourself.
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For a small shop (with a range up to 2000 items) it is better to use a simple engine like Opencart. For medium-sized shops, with the range 5000 -10000 positions preferable Prestashop. For large shops with a range of 20,000 or higher of course Magento. Do not take the platform's General purpose Drupal, Joomla, MODx, etc. with commercial add-ons and even more so when don't use non-core engines like WP for this purpose.
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The easiest option to connect a separate static page shop landing page heeg.html connects to any site on any hosting. The page is built has its own admin panel where you can specify the address of the send orders.samiy_prostoy_internet_magazin.jpg
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