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The site is just slightly wider then my window at 800 width(maybe 20px), but leaves a big blank area on the right when I go to 1024. You might want to cut your banner talbe width just a bit and center the table so it leaves a border on both sides at higher resolution.


The ^TOP at the bottom right confused me. I thought it would jump me back to the top of the page, but it took me back to the home page. You could change that to ^HOME

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I Agree, I like the design & the colours but too long to load & your browser buttons are also slow in keeping up with the mouse.

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In Mozilla based browsers your DHTML menu is all messed up and misaligned.


I can't blame you for that though, I have never seen a DHTML menu that worked in anything other than IE.

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Menu works fine in Mozilla FireFox. However, I would change the background of the pull out selections to something other than white. It blends in too much with the rest of the page otherwise.


You might want to consider excluding items that are not in stock.


'Click to enlarge' is not centered under the image.


I add something to the cart and it appears as if nothing happened. Consider taking the user to the cart after adding a product or having a running cart display on each page.


While in the cart: Explain what the update button is used for.


https://jhobby.net/login.php : Consider changing the continue button on this page to a 'create new account' button.


If you deal mainly in the US, you might want to change 'post code' to 'zip code' and then move it to after 'state'.


I would change the links on your information page to display a more conventional format. That question mark is cheesey. Especially since the links aren't <u>.


Looks good!

Good luck to you.

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