I don`t recall your earlier site, or this may be my first time to comment, but here`s some notes I took while cruising the site:
I am not thrilled with the colors, but I can`t think of what would be better. Maybe a light green background instead of the light brown.
FAQ Page: Why list an index of FAQs then not make them links to the respective FAQ itself? Since the FAQs are brief, just skip the index.
Delivery: I`m not too far from Erwin NH, will you still deliver for free? There`s a LOT of Greenville`s, Johnson City`s, etc all over the country, so when you reference a geographic area, you need to specify the state.
The ad for web design at the bottom of the pages tend to dominate. Don`t sell your website service here, just a one line with a smaller font: "Website Designed by Amanda Hope: www.AmandasWebsiteDesignService.com"
Using Comcast, yahoo or gmail for your email contact is not professional. Get a mailbox on your domain`s host: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Don`t underline your strong points. They look like links. Use the header tags <h1></h1> for example, and possibly a different color.
Dump the visitor counter. It does nothing for your site and is the mark of an amateur
Lighten up on the "Checkout With PayPal". It doesn`t need to be in multiple places on every page. Especially when they aren`t links to checkout.
Your home page is cluttered. Consider moving the maillist signup to the contact us page?
A number of your images aren`t linked to the page for ordering them.
Your logo should always be a link back to your home page.
On your "Old Fashoned Candy Apples" page, the selection frame is too small and shows up on my browser with a scroll bar. Make the frame larger or use a smaller font.
Big mistake - there`s *NO* link on your site that lets me go to "Check-out". I put a couple of items in the basket, each time goint to "return to shopping", but if I don`t want to buy any more, there`s no link back to PayPal to complete the order.
Also regarding PayPal, and here we meet the limits of my knowledge of HTML. When I "add to cart", PayPal changes the size of my browser window. I consider this to be rude and presumptuous on PayPal`s part because if I need a larger window - I have a mouse. If there is a way for you to remember the size of the browser window so that it resets when PayPal goes back to your site to "continue shopping". I don`t know if this can be done, but it would be nice.
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