Twigmo 1.7

Twigmo Mobile FrontendHello everyone,

We are happy to present to you a new Twigmo release. The CS-Cart mobility-friendly kit hits 1.7!

The new version includes:

  • Multi-Vendor support
  • Customizing storefront appearance by editing CSS
  • Cleaned up settings list to simplify setup
  • More affordable subscription plans

Apart from that Twigmo 1.7 introduces improved CSS and numerous bug fixes.

Get the New Version

In order to use the new version you should re-install Twigmo.

Download the add-on installation package for CS-Cart 2.2.x or CS-Cart 2.1.4 and follow the installation guide.

As usual, your feedback is highly appreciated. Feel free to leave comments here and on the official Twigmo Facebook page, as well as join discussion on our community forum. Also, you are welcome to submit any bugs in the special bug tracker.

You can find the list of scheduled features in the Twigmo roadmap on the official CS-Cart webpage.

6 Responses to “Twigmo 1.7”

  1. Christophe says:

    Good stuff.

    Unfortunately no changes in my custom.css are being applied. I checked the site source and the custom.css file is not even referenced. Are we supposed to add a link in the head of mobile_index.tpl ourselves? There isn’t really any documentation on the custom css feature.


  2. Nina says:

    I updated my cart, reinstalled Twigmo and followed the installation instructions but when I have the mobile frontend box checked my website comes up blank on mobile devices and tablets. I uncheck the box and I get the regular view of my website.

    I’ve posted on my hosting forum as well, but no one can come up with a solution to the problem.

    • Greetings Nina!

      This looks quiet strange for the checkbox has been replaced with a drop-down device list in the latest Twigmo release.

      The best option is to leave a message in the HelpDesk, so Twigmo developers could review your issue directly.

      Should there appear any further questions, ask right away!

  3. Niall says:

    I think I’ve just been sold on CS-Cart! A client asked me to setup an ecommerce site that needs mobile support and I think Magento is a bit complicated for me and the support for OpenCart is limited. CS-Cart looks a great option. Good thing you offer a trial version!