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Thread: Magento vs Joomla vs Drupal vs WP? For eCommerce

  1. #1
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    Apr 2013

    Magento vs Joomla vs Drupal vs WP? For eCommerce

    Magento vs Joomla vs Drupal vs WP?
    I need a site that I can easily add/edit/delete products. I AM NOT an HTML junky! I know enough to navigate the web, install programs, post images, upload videos, etc.

    Let's say I go to a trade show in HongKong. I see a widget I want to sell. I take videos,pictures and type the specifications, SEO keywords, my purchase price and WALAA the product is LIVE.

    * I use Paypal
    * I need to enter the price I pay for a product and based on my margins It sets the price on the public site and is self propagating.
    * I have reps and distributors. Each with specific buying discounts.
    * Reps and distributors need to log in with username and password to view discounts
    * Hierarchy: I am God, Reps have assigned distributors. I assign rep (A) to distributor for (NYC) and rep (B) to (Brooklyn). NYC logs in and places an order and rep (A) receives a commission.
    * Payment choose paypal or direct order (Purchase Order)
    * formula: cost x3= retail cost x2-20%= Rep cost x2-10%=distributor
    * need multiple options like colors and sizes volume discounts.
    * need video embedding (youtube or vimeo)
    * prefer to be able to work offline. When I travel internet sketchy at best. I need to work as much offline as possible and upload changes.
    * I am Mac only. Apps must be Mac compatible.
    Right now I am using RapidWeaver It only offer 70% functionality of what I need.
    Can anyone make my dreams come true?

  2. #2
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    Sep 2012
    Wordpress for straight up blogs
    Joomla for community based sites
    Drupal for more advanced coding requirements that scale better
    Magento for ecommerce

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    Aug 2006
    Boy I sure hope you're prepared to part with at least $10,000 to $15,000 minimum, with that kind of requirements.. or better yet, hire a team to tailor a web platform that fits your bill.

    Otherwise, I doubt neither of each platform you mentioned in the subject as being able to do all that you need, as a stand-alone by themselves, as they're pretty much a specialised platform meant for specialised audiences.

    Good luck.
    Good codes are like wool jackets. You tend to feel warm and comfy inside.

  4. #4
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    Apr 2014
    Abu Dhabi, UAE
    Magneto or wordpress both are good and easy CMS.

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