I'm incredibly confused by what should be a simple solution to this inquiry. Seem a complicated answer to this question is favored of a simple one. Like, we essentially want a multi-vendor option, where we don't have to create a completely separate account--maintaining 2 accounts--to have an additional store option and achieve a common result, many other e-commerce platforms make easy.
Can this not be done without convoluting the process? It's counter productive, counter-intuitive, and outright silly to do otherwise.
I would like to network multiple stores and manage from one admin. I have multiple aviculture websites with avian traffic. Want to retail a variety of vendors products, services and digital products, E-books etc from all my stores on all of the aviculture websites.
From info in this forum this seems impossible. However I am.interested in developing this with Shopify Liquid. Is this possible?
Hello MKiger, when you describe "retail a variety of vendors products" may I ask
if you are the one that will ship these items, or will you have each vendor
dropship for you?
So, I think I understand what you're attempting.
You would like to create this from one admin area.
If you have products, and they all have independent descriptions in different languages.
These different languages would be hard coded and not by using a plug in or an interpreter from the browser.
You could then create separate navigation structures, or the same.
Then, you could have each site linked to separate domains.
shop-klieneko.fr -- shop-klieneko.nl -- shop-klieneko.au -- shop-klieneko.az
Then each site would have the sale in the currency of that site
All sales and customer data will be in the same admin for processing.
Something like that?