Magento to Joomla!

Discussion in 'Website Development & Design' started by Elford, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. Elford

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    Hi,
    I have an online store in Magento but now I want to install my store on Joomla. But I am not an expert and don't know how it is done. Also how to measure customer experience? Please let me know how can I do this.
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  2. sudhakar1

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    Hi
    Its try do create XML file separate and its convert to RAR file in your module and select the joomla module and upload this file now its worked
     
  3. zeropid

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    Well, magento is much more powerful cms for online shopping, I'd suggest to stay on that
     
  4. Azzi87

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    I think zeropid is right magento is more powerful than othe cms.
     
  5. bmwillsmith

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    Joomla is not designer friendly, it is having very high level development programs like p h p, i can suggest magento as a best platform for e commerce websites it supports many modules.
     
  6. marriott

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    I think you should not change to Joomla and stay with magneto and magneto is very powerful cms.
     
  7. bmwillsmith

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    In my experience Drupal or Word press much better than joomla. Because it is fully developer friendly and design wise not that much sophisticated.
     

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