Thank you. I attempt the navigational bar today and put it at the top.
Thanks for your ideas.
For not spending a lot of money... your site is fine. It does need a little attention, rework the content so it is more "scanable" to highlight your main "selling points" and provide a strong connection between your marketing message and your product.
The products page is ok using paypal buyme buttons. Buyme buttons can work.. here is a fabric flowers site that I created that uses paypal buttons. www.floralalternatives.com
The advantage of using an ecommerce program is it makes it easier for you to maintain your site, add, change products and prices, and also keeps track of your sales and customers. There are some FREE ecommerce programs available (osCommerce, Zen Cart...) and they can be designed to look almost any way you`d like.
Hmm, it works for me. the PayPal cart opens in a new window so the website`s product page remains open.
I never said PayPal was the best solution... just that it can work, that is, it is a viable alternative to a full blown ecommerce application.
The paypal opens up a new page on mine. That way you can just close that window or minimize it and then continue to add more products to the paypal cart. Again, all of this is new to me as far as creating the web site and all and I was trying to do this without a lot of startup costs.
I truly appreciate all of your comments. I`ll keep working on this until I can come back and have you take another look and just say, "Gee, it looks great." :)