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Guest ukmgranger

Watcha all,

Take a look at my very first store:

www.2degreesclothing.com

This store is live, so please do not make test purchases. There is not much stock on there at the moment, and it is in a constant state of design and re-design. I'm having fun with it though! I moved over from Zen Cart as Zen was far too overcomplicated!

Tell me what you think <_<

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Guest ukmgranger

I like the design for your very first store. Kind of neat and clean.

Thanks! 'Clean' was actually the intention, so I guess I did OK there!

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Very nice. Missed a few styling changes though, like the subcategories box background (the grey doesn't work), and the cart product list header (still grey).

There is a line that appears in the category menu (and cart menu) in IE6.

I would make better use of product images, for example style the sub category folders with a custom image so the folder is eye catching etc, perhaps also do the same on the front page, put more emphasis on the products.

Lovely site though <_<

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Guest offthehook

Very nice first skin and easy on the eye :sourcerer:

The only thing i can add to what the others have said is regarding your Loyalty Card box;

Change

<div class="boxTitleRight">Loyalty Card!</div>

<div class="boxContentLeft"><a href="https://www.2degreesclothing.com/cube/index.php?act=viewDoc&amp;docId=6"><img height="86" src="/cube/skins/Classic/styleImages/Loyalty-Card-front.jpg" width="145" alt=""/></a></div>

<div class="boxFootRight"></div>

To

<div class="boxTitleRight">Loyalty Card!</div>

<div class="boxContentLeft"><a href="https://www.2degreesclothing.com/cube/index.php?act=viewDoc&amp;docId=6"><img height="86" src="/cube/skins/Classic/styleImages/Loyalty-Card-front.jpg" width="145" alt="" border="0"/></a></div>

<div class="boxFootRight"></div>

This will remove the nasty blue border it currently has.

Good job ;)

You should add the border markup to your CSS stylesheet otherwise it will not validate. You've only got a couple of errors which are easily fixable. Check here: http://validator.w3.org/

The border markup should be like this in your stylesheet:

.boxContentLeft img { border: none; }

Good luck with your site

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