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#1 User is offline   szfjozsef 

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Posted 03 April 2012 - 01:16 PM

Two sites I made in Yii...
CubShop - 95% finished, I need to tune up the search engine.
Bertis

I want to say many thanks to the creators/developers of Yii, also BIG thanks to forum members who asked my beginner questions.
Every day I discover another amazing feature of the framework I'm thrilled by the simplified approach, ease of use and optimization/speed. (Ease of use wasn't always "ease" for me, at the beginning of learning Yii I was totally lost between the code fragments and where-to-put? examples)
Although I didn't worked with other frameworks, based on comparisons, I'm highly supporting the fact - Yii is the framework of the future.
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Posted 04 April 2012 - 08:37 AM

Cubshop
Look good, I would just improve design, especially left sidebar with categories, it is hard to read.
I saw that prices are in Lei, are you still use Lei as currency in Romania?
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Posted 12 April 2012 - 01:42 PM

View PostIvica, on 04 April 2012 - 08:37 AM, said:

Cubshop
Look good, I would just improve design, especially left sidebar with categories, it is hard to read.
I saw that prices are in Lei, are you still use Lei as currency in Romania?


Thank you for the feedback!
That's true - it's hard to read the long list of categories... Especially when clicking a category from bottom... Too sad, it's a feature requested by the client, so I'm not forcing the change.

Yes - happily we still use Lei. The euro change will introduce a lot of devaluation so I'm not waiting at all.
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