• Client:Neness
  • Location:Ostrava
  • Date:December 2021
  • Time:2 Months
  • Technologies:Prestashop 1.7


This time we faced the challenge of creating a website in as many as 5 different versions. However, we also managed this time. Fantastic communication with the client helped a lot in the implementation. It was thanks to her that everything went smoothly.

We wanted the website to be transparent. This was achieved thanks to a subpage that is able to take the user to a specific department. However, the customer does not have to know what exactly they are looking for, after entering the website, you can view the best products. Further browsing the content is also easy thanks to recommending products from the same category once we click on something that interests us. However, you do not have to click on the product, you can see a preview.

We also made sure that the customer could mark the products they are interested in, adding them to their favorites. Adjusting the website to your own needs does not bring any problems. To maximize the comfort of viewing, it is possible to change the view of the three products in a row to a layout in which the products are displayed below each other.

However, apart from functionality, we also took care of aesthetics. The page keeps the colors of pink and white. The inscriptions on the cursor change color which, apart from making it easier for us to read, adds an even more coherent visual layer to the website.

We had the great pleasure of working with Neness, the fruit of which is these 5 pages.

Connecting several online stores in different language versions without using the built-in multi-store function, which in Prestashop 1.7 does not work as it should.

Creating a special dedicated module that will allow communication between stores and combining inventory and organizing shipments from one place. A special script sends information after each purchase to other stores, where the appropriate stock levels are changed. The store has many other practical modules, such as sorting the ordered products according to the order in which they appear in the physical warehouse, which greatly facilitates the completion of products when sending orders.