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Can you review my site and provide some good feedback?


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1. First off for me, your site name 800greatdeals.com sounds too much like one of the common spam site names, which may be why nobody has reviewed your site yet. I would seriously consider changing the name of your site.


2. Product images on the product information pages are way too small. There are plenty of contributions that allow to use different sized images and popups. Even just enlarging the size of the image on the page will help. Customers cannot touch your products, so they need to be enticed by your images. Tiny images that are hard to see are not very enticing.


3. Same for your product texts. You need to describe the products in a way that they will seem interesting to customers.


4. When you hover over the categories box (in firefox) the sub category appears almost directly on top of the main category. You need to adjust the spacing.

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Ok, Read these:







Also, what version are you running, it looks like RC1 ???????


You need to update to the latest version RC2a



The column boxes are incomplete, they are missing part of the right side graphic.


Take a few minutes and change the default OSC buttons to something nicer. There are all kinds of free button generators to do this.


There does appear to be an active SSL on your site, as a customer I would never purchase anything from a site without one.


You need to add an image pop up fix or some other contribution as Mark mentioned.



That's all I can see for now.





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I think the product info banners in the footer are misaligned, there are too many long empty spaces in the columns when the page gets long and there is no SSL. There is far too much going on in the index page, you need to lessen the information/products available to browsers on that page.

Upon receiving fixes and advice, too many people don't bother to post updates informing the forum of how it went. Until of course they need help again on other issues and they come running back!


Why receive the information you require in good faith for free, only to then have the attitude to ignore the people who gave it to you?


There's no harm in saying, 'Thanks, it worked'. On the contrary, it creates a better atmosphere.



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