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CRSDesign says

Hi

I’m designing and building a e-commerce site and wondered what version of Magneto you need to use the themes available here? I’ve got a free trial of Magneto Go, will the Magneto themes work on this level of package, or do we need the enterprise edition?

Out of interest what do people recommend as the best hosted e-commerce solution?

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GravityDept says

They’re all for Magento Community. Anyone using Magento Enterprise (and paying $15k a year for a license) is very unlikely to use a pre-built theme. Magento Go is a totally separate platform (that isn’t actively developed by Magento). If you need a hosted system use Shopify.

More info: http://magento.stackexchange.com/questions/542/what-are-the-theming-limitations-of-magento-go/618#618

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CRSDesign says

I thought it might be strange if the themes were only available for enterprise, considering the cost and the amount of theme sales taking place in the market place.

Thanks for the advice, I’ll take a look at shopify.

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