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ragrim

Looking for some feedback

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Hi Guys,

 

Ive launched my first real website, ive done a few small things in the past but this is the largest project i have done, with product categories and customer logins etc.

 

Any feedback about the performance and features would be appreciated.

 

http://byronhealthfoods.com.au/

 

Cheers

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It seems to work fine, but the way you load pages with the address locations I don't care for.

http://byronhealthfoods.com.au/index.php?location=recipies.php

 

would look much better as something like

http://byronhealthfoods.com.au/recipies

 

and can even further improve these

http://byronhealthfoods.com.au/index.php?location=recipe_view.php&id=3

 

For fancier urls

http://byronhealthfoods.com.au/recipies/view/tofu-with-hot-sauce

 

Is various articles concerning urls

http://www.seocentro.com/articles/apache/mod_rewrite-create-search-engine-friendly-urls.html

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I like it, but I dont see the connection between the background beach and health food?

 

I general i dont get the feeling og foods when visiting the site... Mabye you should use some images of fruits etc.?

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First, congratulations on your first full site design and development. That's a lot of work, I know.

 

I concur with an earlier comment that the background doesn't seem to fit with health foods.

 

My biggest problem is that there are NO PRODUCTS readily visible. It takes too many steps for me to see your products. I'd suggest having a few featured products on the home page, probably 3-6 - in rows of three across. A thumbnail, title, price, and buy button. How many potential customers are going to "request a price"? We want as much information as possible NOW so we can make a purchase.

 

Also, your product titles are misleading. What does "Antipasto Baby Roma Tomato 250" mean? And what am I getting?

 

Don't make the mistake so many retailers make: assuming your customer knows your products.

 

Good luck!

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