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Old 05-23-2008, 04:38 PM
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I agree regarding the Google ads. While I don't have a problem with ads, the one block is too large. If you need a lot of ads, consider breaking them up into different areas on the page. This will do three things. First, it will free up more space on the left sidebar for actual content, it will avoid the "in your face" ad syndrome and there will be a greater chance of someone clicking on ads or paid links because they will be mingled with the content as opposed to segregated from it.
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Old 05-25-2008, 06:30 AM
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Looks like you have a way to go yet but the basic info so far seems all good..

(p.s. the frame is all out of alignment atm but im sure you known that?)
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Old 05-25-2008, 04:37 PM
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Thanks for the time and comment guys.

I removed the Google advert.

Not sure I now what you mean when you say out of alignment.

If you guys were going to change the text, what would you say?
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My two cents.

Good points: I like the simplicity of the site. I love how the site is intuitive and you know exactly what to do without unneeded navigation.

I'm using Firefox on a Mac and the font is a little too small. Don't know if you are planning to sell through the site but there is nowhere to buy the items. Also, on home page, left hand column is empty and doesn't look quite right.

Overall, great job, looks like it is going to be a nice site.
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Looks like your tables and border images are staying the same length (I'm testing in IE). If you don't see it try viewing your page at different resolutions.
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will someone take a look at my website and tell me what you think and waht I can add/improve

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Old 10-07-2008, 02:42 AM
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Nix the google ads for your competition. If you want to make money from your website, write articles mentioning items linked to a referral program like amazons.
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Needs a little more width, and I think you should try some other idea for the search options the check boxes clutter it up.

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