A very elaborate module that penetrates many core areas. Please read the entire description carefully
We therefore need a list of all modules that exist in your shop, that affect the frontend or that somehow have to do with products or categories, quantities, etc.
The price mentioned here is only valid for unmodified Modified 220.127.116.11 shops with the template "tpl_modified", freshly installed.
In addition, we need the URL of each client shop and the desired admin colour for each client shop.
Of course, we assume that you have several domains that all point to the shop folder.
The extension allows up to 4 client shops.
The module contains a template switcher. The shop is accessible under different URLs. Depending on the URL, a corresponding template is displayed. The module package contains 4 modified "tpl_modified" standard templates.
An individual template design is not included in the price.
The article master is distributed to the different client shops by means of category allocation and defined:
The top category level contains 4 categories with the defined category names
These categories are not visible to the user in the frontend. Only all categories below are displayed in the respective client shops
Articles can be entered in several client shops at the same time by means of linking. It is not necessary to create copies of the articles.
Some of the client shops have different configurations.
configurations that are client-specific are marked in colour in the menu (see pictures).
The client shops have different colours for visual differentiation.
The unmarked menu items, see pictures, are general settings
Different payment, shipping and summary modules can be set for the client shops.
To switch between the client settings in the backend, there is a toggle switch at the top
colour then changes to the corresponding client shop.
orders all end up in a common list, regardless of which shop they come from.
E-mails: are kept separate from each other when they are sent from the frontend (e.g. order confirmation)
However, NOT when they are sent from the backend (order confirmation manually triggered by the admin)
Q: How does the SSL certificate work in the multishop? Isit enough if there is one - or do we need one per domain?
A: You need one SSL certificate per domain
Q: Do we see in which shop the customer originally logged in?
Q: Multishop login data the same everywhere ?
A: yes. To make it clear again. There is only ONE shop. It is only accessible under different domains in different colours.
But if a customer registers in one shop and then calls up the other shop, he is considered to be not registered there.
Q: Can discounts and special offers be controlled differently per shop, per product, per category?
Q: Can different prices be set for the same products in the different shops?
A: Yes for the same products, no for the same products.
Q: How are the different contents of all the mails that are automatically sent by the system adjusted? Same question about imprint, privacy, shipping costs, etc.?
Emails: are kept separate when sent from the frontend (e.g. order confirmation)
However, NOT when sent from the backend (order confirmation manually triggered by admin)
The content manager can be customised per shop. You can see which admin points can still be adjusted in the screenshots at
Q: Do the emails also have different logos?
The logo of the mail is the same everywhere. It is best to use a neutral one, e.g. from the parent company. However, we can also adapt this so that you store a logo in the "main category" of the respective subshop and we use this for all e-mails. The additional effort for this is 8 hours.
Q: Multishop country/tax: Can the shops run differently for the purpose of the basic setting of VAT - for example: two B2C and one B2B (e.g. also different prices for (processors and or resellers)?
Q: Multishop structure / Is it possible to link the products into the different folders as before?
In the top category level there are 4 categories with the defined category names
These categories are not visible to the user in the frontend. Only all categories below them are displayed in the respective client shops
You can assign each category to one or more shops. For it to be displayed, the categories above it must also be assigned to the shop.
Items are either in a category or not.
It is not possible for them to be displayed in the category in one shop and not in the same category in another shop..
Articles can be entered in several client shops at the same time by means of linking. It is not necessary to create copies of the articles. Unless they are to have different prices. The customer sees the article in the respective shop in which he is currently located.