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Beanbagzilla - Would love some feedback

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This is my first attempt at a ecommerce site. I would love to hear any feedback to make the site better.

[a href=\"http://Beanbagzilla.com\" target=\"_blank\"]Beanbagzilla.com[/a]

Thanks in advance,
Beanbagzilla

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Well, it looks quite nice. But you may want to consider validating it. Your home page fails validation with 110 errors for HTML 4 Transitional

[a href=\"http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fbeanbagzilla.com%2F\" target=\"_blank\"]W3C Validator[/a]

Good Luck

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Overall - ok.
The green is only allright.
I would make the left and right border a little darker to define the website width a little more.
The header of your page could do with a little work also. Perhaps a light background or something.

For the search -> put a javascript calender to help input dates.

I would also like ALL the text to be a little bigger.

Seems like the cart seems to work nicely - well done.

Rgds,
Steve

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So... many... tables... THEY BURN!
Aside from the validation errors, the *shudder*[i]tables[/i]*shudder*, and the terrible contrast between the dark green and the black, looks good!

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Thanks to everyone for the feeback so far.

I'll definitly take a look at the validation and correct the issues there. Can't believe I missed those.

moberemk, can you explain what you mean with the table comments? Honestly not sure if they were good or bad comments... :)

Thanks again,
Beanbagzilla

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moberemk,

I really like the green / black colors on the site. I guess it's just personal preference.

Also, not sure why the tables are an issue. Does this pose a problem of some kind that I'm unaware of?

Thanks,
Beanbagzilla

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It's partly personal preference, partly accessibility issues (tables just don't work well for a lot of accessibility tricks), partly clean code, and partly the flexibility of a CSS layout.

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