help using dashcommerce

Hi all,

We've downloded dash commerce in orer to customise an then use as a trading site. However the dash commerce website seems to have no documentation to help setting this up?

No i have downloaed the webready version of the software and uploaded it and got it running on our web server.

does anyone know if there is any tutorials out there that run through setting the site up from the admin area?

also does anyone know if htere are any other themes for downloading for the site?

thanks in advance,

Matt.
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flynnyAuthor Commented:
Hi yeah i have tried the forums but they seem very spase and no one really answers the questions anymore?

is this program not supported anymore?

are there any other online shop sites (preferrably opensource) as an alternative?
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flynnyAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the lack of reply.

thanks for that tbsgadi. After looking around further i found nopcommerce too. Which seems to have more up to date support than dashcommerce (theonly reason i really was looking at dash commerce was after searching the ee questions this came up as recommendations frequently.)

nopcommerce seems to be quite a good alternative for this. hve you heard of it?
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tbsgadiCommented:
I've heard of it , but never used it.
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flynnyAuthor Commented:
thank you for all your help.
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tbsgadiCommented:
Glad to help!
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