Customising osCommerce is as simple as customising WordPress. Admin panel is really user-friendly. I’ve added few categories and for each category added one product, that is: swimwear, cap, googles and training aid.
I’ve never used before osCommerce, but installation was really easy, even easier than installing WordPress. It took about 10 min to do everything, so now I can customise my osCommerce. My fake shop can be found here.
There are a lot of things to change in WordPress. First thing is template. I’m not a graphic designer, so I’ve used free theme called iFeature created by CyberChimps. I’ve chosen it, because it is clear and simple. There is already social media feed (Facebook, Tweeter, Google+, YouTube) integrated with this theme, but I’m using
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