I`m using a DSL line, and although the "choppy" loading isn`t all that
much, it is noticeable, so if there does happen to be a way to maybe
reduce some of the background image sizes, that`d be great. On the
other hand, a lot of sites, ours included, go more for the cool look.
:-) And this site definitely looks cool...!
What I noticed is a sort of almost subliminal oddness between the
product images using models, and those without. I know there are pros
and cons to using people models, but you`re using them well, so I think
you should go the whole route and use them for all your products. In
particular, the belts.
I get the idea of the chokers and bracelets, and they`re pretty easy to
identify. But when I saw the featured belt (latest style), I really had
to think for a minute to figure out what it is. If you were to put the
belts on some waists, I`m thinking they`d show off more nicely...or at
least more immediately?
I got a bit confused, too, with the closeups of the hats. Maybe a bit
too close? :-) I decided to email to a friend, and chose another email
account of mine. That worked okay, until I wanted to go back to where I
started. I looked around for a "close" or "exit" or "continue
shopping," but only saw "referring page." I wonder if that`ll be
confusing to some people?
By golly, I got an email from myself! I wasn`t expecting that...how
nice! :-D And not only that, but when I clicked the link, I went
directly to the product I`d recommended to myself...! So that works
On the home page, "t-shirts" is spelled with either a dash, or "tee
shirts," or "T-shirts" with the capital, but never "tshirt" without the
spacing. I`d keep that spelling on one of your subsidiary pages, maybe
in the product description for 1 of the products, just for SEO
purposes, but not on the home page.
All these are tiny little, picky things, y`know? All in all, it`s a good site! Will you buy us each a boat if you get rich?