It is almost impossible to create a theme for django-shop. Every shop I have created so far is vastly different from each other. One shop has multi language support, another has not. One shop has taxes, another has not. One shop has categories, another has not. One shop has variations, another has not.
Each shop has a different address model. Each shop has different URLs and a different way to step through the ordering process. Think about the product model and address model. Every shop has a different one, designing the product page is a thing that you definitely HAVE to do yourself, there is no way around it.
Right now I am creating a shop with i18n and muti currency support, with paypal and moneybookers integration. If that thing should ever be done, I will release it as a demo shop which SHOULD have all the bells and whistles (and a theme) that should be good to go for almost everyone but really... the whole point of django-cms and django-shop is, that we don't want to look all alike... like in Wordpress ;)
Surely you meant to send this to the django-cms list instead? :)
The shop is not meant as an out-of-the box solution like the CMS, but
as a framework. I have been tying to encourage people to write an
out-of-the-box shop solution based on django-shop, but so far nobody
picked up the ball (mind you, I could/should have picked it up myself
- I'm not complaining).
On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 1:23 PM, Mika Sjöman <mikas...@gmail.com> wrote:
> The NO:1 thing that would improve django-cms would be to have a wordpress
> like "shop" for themes.
> I honestly do not think its much more strange than downloading python
> packages. If it could be simplified to the level that one just clicks a
> theme from a repo, I think the spread of django-cms/shop would be
> Wordpress is pure hell if you want to build shops compared to django
> I wonder if it would be possible to "copy" the way wordpress does with a
> built in search engine for themes/pluggins, but in a django specific way. I
> honestly find it difficult to see what plugins are good/bad compared to the
> ease of wordpress where users leave star ratings. Comparing wordpress and
> django-cms, the first has an awsome backend theme and the later has an
> awesome front-end editing - plus it is django :) The cool thing would be to
> have a wordpress copy of their backend interface in django-cms and then have
> the classical django admin as an option to fall back on.
> When I showed the admin interface of django to our customers - who are used
> to wordpress, I can say that it was a big let-down :( The front-end was cool
> - but admin work is still done in the backend.
> Anyone up for copying the wordpress admin to django-cms ;) ?
> On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 12:36 AM, Christopher Glass <tri...@gmail.com>
>> Hi there,
>> I'm not really sure what you mean by "theme", but generally the
>> templates in django-shop are left almost blank on purpose: we provide
>> a framework, and assume that most if not all shops will have a
>> different set of templates.
>> If somebody wanted to provide an "example" shop with all the bells and
>> whistles and nice templates, it would be a great contribution to the
>> project, but for the time being none exists.
>> I'm afraid you'll have to do the templating part yourself :(
>> - Chris
>> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 9:27 PM, kochab <andrea...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hi,
>> > I've been looking for django-shop complete themes on google with no
>> > success,
>> > does anybody know where I can find them?
>> > in particular, has anybody written a theme using bootstrap from twitter?
>> > thanks!
>> > kochab