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Vitalia Story


Vitalia is a demo site that inspirit365 is using to show Dynamics 365 capabilities.  I hope that you can be inspired to look deeper into the stack, and how to extend your Dynamics 365 to take advantage of a global eCommerce solution.


On the right side, you can see a video that makes no sense and are just there to show some movements.


If you are a better designer, keep in mind, that it is your imagination that is the limits.


Take care friends :-)

n Dynamics 365 Commerce, you use an online store channel to establish the products, pricing, languages, payment methods, delivery modes, fulfillment centers, and other aspects of the online experience that should be available to your customers.

Only one online store channel has to be set up before you can get started with Dynamics 365 Commerce. However, a single e-commerce site can provide the online experience for multiple online stores. For example, if multiple online stores are set up to support different geographical regions, a single set of e-commerce pages can be used to provide the unique experiences that are defined by each store. For more information about how to configure a site to support multiple online stores, see Associate an online site with a channel.

After an online store is set up, it can be associated with the Dynamics 365 Commerce site that will serve as your online storefront. For more information about online stores and how to set them up, see Set up online stores.

During initialization of an e-commerce site, you're prompted for a domain name. For more information about domains in Commerce, see Configure your domain name and Domains in Dynamics 365 Commerce. To deploy a new e-commerce tenant by using Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services (LCS), follow the steps in Deploy a new e-commerce tenant. After your e-commerce tenant is set up in LCS, a link to Commerce site builder will be provided. You can then use Commerce site builder to initialize and configure your e-commerce sites.

When you select one of these sites, you're prompted to select a domain name, a default online store channel, a supported language for the selected channel, and a path. If only one channel is used, you can leave the path blank. More online store channels or languages can be configured later in Commerce site builder. Each additional channel or language will require a unique path. For example, you have two online channels that are associated with a single site, and the domain name for the site is www.fabrikam.com. In this case, the path for one channel can be the default value that has no path (https://www.fabrikam.com), and the second channel can be set to a new path, such as site2, that will have the URL https://www.fabrikam.com/site2. The following illustration shows an example of a site initialization dialog box in Commerce site builder.

The Sites page also includes a New site button. The dialog box that appears when you select this button resembles the site initialization dialog box, but it's used to create a new site. New sites are blank. They don't include the same default templates, fragments, pages, and images that are provided with the default and fabrikam sites. However, as you require, you can open a support ticket to request that a copy of the default content be added to a new blank site. For more information, see Create an e-commerce site.

After a new site is initialized, the Commerce site builder Home page appears. This page includes links to common actions and guidance content, as shown in the example in the following illustration.