Current version: 1.6.0
Based on osCommerce 2.3.4
updated: 11 November 2016

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Do you have questions? You are more than welcome. For example: Can you install mini template system for me? Is it possible to use my current template with your system? Is it possible to customize the templates further? Are there more templates available than the base template? What do you like more lemons or melons? Whatever.

We'll be happy to listen to you and happy to answer your questions.

You can be sure about one thing: there is no outsourced customer service and no automatic email replies. We do answer each question personally, the same way we developed the system.

El2fit is a store that specifically target women who identify with yoga and Pilates. The store offers versatile clothes that fit everyone’s needs requirements. 

The store design is made by ibis studio  a web design company based in Miami/Florida.

Ibis designed  a joyful e-commerce platform integrated with a blog section for tips and advice, and connected to their Social Media network to optimize the brand presence.

We did the e-commerce part, implemented the design in osCommerce and did the store setup in terms of functionality.

The store has following setup

  • osCommerce 2.3.1
  • Mini template system 1.4
  • Ultimate SEO url
  • Security Pro
  • Modular header tags
  • Sitemap generator

What we did additional is, to create a nice box, that pull automatically the latest blog posts into osCommerce, you can see it on the front page on the right bottom side

Looking at the product information page, you will notice that the buttons section align always at the bottom of the page, same level as the bottom edge of the images.

You’ll also notice the extra think padding of the content left and right, this is possible to do, despite the default 5px margins of the 960 grid system

The store design is basically all done in the administration panel, using some additional custom css for the details, for example, the custom fonts that are done easily using @fontface. Worth to mention is, that no core osCommerce files have been modified at all for design purposes.

The store use a custom color scheme, shadow scheme “23_b” and has a custom ui-theme, created online using themeroler.