Profile: pixelstun.de

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Extension does work, but it's quite "dusty", lots of inline styles and there is no support


Posted on 20 August 2018
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Functionality
Many options/functions, but lacks in SEO/SEF URLs. Coding standards not up to date and no possibility to change vehicle types
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Ease of use
The English version of this extension is easy to use, even if there is room for improvement. Other languages are missing or incomplet
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Documentation
There is a documentation, but when it comes to specific problems, it does not help. You have to stumble through the code every now and than.
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Value for money
As the extension is cheap, I'd say it's worth the money. But you have to do, find out and adapt many things by yourself.
I used this to: A motorcycle-dealer website.
Owner's reply: Probably due to the vacations the support was less than we intended. (We did not have internet at our vacation). The code standards are currently being updated and changed to namespaces, unfortunately this takes a lot of time so we hope to do this in smaller parts to avoid issues in the current code.

As the code and views are updated (new views are coming also in the backend) the documentation will be updated also and moved to another website tio make it easier to maintain and update.
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