Shopkit is a comprehensive commerce solution for version 2 of the excellent Kirby CMS. It is not yet compatible with Kirby v3.
This is a self-contained Kirby installation with many templates, snippets, blueprints, fields, and plugins to help you hit the ground running with an online shop. It is more of a theme than a plugin, i.e. you cannot add this repository into your site's existing plugins folder.
As of v2.6, a Shopkit license is not required to use it on a production server. You must still buy a Kirby license (clicking this affiliate link helps me out!).
If you purchased a license for previous versions of Shopkit, your license information is still accessible by logging in to http://shopkit.samnabi.com.
Full documentation: http://shopkit.samnabi.com
Since Shopkit runs on the Kirby CMS, you'll have to buy a Kirby license from Bastian.
As of v2.6, there is no Shopkit license required to use it on a public server.
Shopkit also depends on some plugins whose authors you should support:
Download the latest version of Shopkit from the releases page, or install with git:
git clone --recursive https://github.com/samnabi/shopkit.git
To get a feel for the different features and product options, you might want to install the sample content. It has a few pre-populated categories and products ready to go, so you can dive right in.
Use these terminal commands to update Shopkit and its dependencies:
git checkout master git pull origin master git submodule update --init --recursive
An Apache or Nginx server running PHP 5.6+. Your PHP configuration must have the following extensions (most servers do):
You must also be able to send mail through PHP's
Shopkit also depends on these submodules:
Shopkit © 2015-2019 Sam Nabi http://samnabi.com
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