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onlye
 
 
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Second Site with Web Builder

Post by onlye » Fri Jul 13, 2018 6:31 pm

My second site built with Web Builder. Feedback appreciated. Selected WWB for eCommerce and Catalog sites where I am using ecwid.com My previous/current tool does not play well with ecwid. This is the draft, waiting for the domain to transfer.

https://eric.dollaradaysites.net/ads2/

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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by electrochrisso » Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:58 am

Only a quick look, not bad, you need to go through your images though, and make sure they are optimised, only checked out three but two of them were way too big, supplies.jpg was nearly 3mb and service.jpg was huge at over 10mb.
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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by Smee » Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:08 am

When I go there with Firefox, all I get is text. I also get a warning that Adblock is blocking 53 ads. Not sure what that is about ...

Jumped over to Edge, and it looked fine but some of the links are not working.

The "request service" form opens in a new window that looks nothing like the rest of the site. I would really suggest using the forms from WWB or even creating one like this in WWB so that you can keep it all in-house. If you want to keep it on its own page, possibly use a popup so that the end user doesn't possibly think they've left your site.

Remember though, that using a third party site (i.e. using a separate service to handle your forms) just ads another link in the chain. I tried it in the past, and when their site had problems, my users had no way to contact me ... and then the service shut down unexpectedly. Plus, your responses from your forms are your information. Why share that contact information with someone you pay?

Just my 2 cents worth, and not even sure it's worth that much.

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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by Rebel Studio » Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:24 am

Smee wrote:
Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:08 am
When I go there with Firefox, all I get is text. I also get a warning that Adblock is blocking 53 ads. Not sure what that is about ...

Jumped over to Edge, and it looked fine but some of the links are not working.

The "request service" form opens in a new window that looks nothing like the rest of the site. I would really suggest using the forms from WWB or even creating one like this in WWB so that you can keep it all in-house. If you want to keep it on its own page, possibly use a popup so that the end user doesn't possibly think they've left your site.

Remember though, that using a third party site (i.e. using a separate service to handle your forms) just ads another link in the chain. I tried it in the past, and when their site had problems, my users had no way to contact me ... and then the service shut down unexpectedly. Plus, your responses from your forms are your information. Why share that contact information with someone you pay?

Just my 2 cents worth, and not even sure it's worth that much.
It's caused by adblocker.

At OP, something is very wrong when adblockers are killing your layout, with adblocker turned on it blocks all the CSS.

In the header, the approve image and logo are blurry.

I would make the slider a little bit bigger, little slower speed and a transition effect.

The second part looks descent but the third part, the font and size just don't fit the style.

That blue text in the footer is unreadable and clashes.

The document management page, you should put paragraphs in there. Too much text without paragraphs don't do well in Google, same for the service page.

I checked the item pages like https://eric.dollaradaysites.net/ads2/s ... y=29749763 the second text is hugging the title in chrome, space it out.

On the contact page, all the photo's are blurry not very representative for a printer company ;)


And what is up with the external links for request service and order supplies?

You can easily make a contact form with a dropbox with these options, silly to link to a third party.

Also use a favicon ;)

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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by onlye » Wed Aug 08, 2018 3:53 am

electrochrisso wrote:
Sat Jul 14, 2018 10:58 am
Only a quick look, not bad, you need to go through your images though, and make sure they are optimised, only checked out three but two of them were way too big, supplies.jpg was nearly 3mb and service.jpg was huge at over 10mb.
Thanks

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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by onlye » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:02 am

Rebel Studio wrote:
Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:24 am
Smee wrote:
Tue Jul 17, 2018 1:08 am
When I go there with Firefox, all I get is text. I also get a warning that Adblock is blocking 53 ads. Not sure what that is about ...

Jumped over to Edge, and it looked fine but some of the links are not working.

The "request service" form opens in a new window that looks nothing like the rest of the site. I would really suggest using the forms from WWB or even creating one like this in WWB so that you can keep it all in-house. If you want to keep it on its own page, possibly use a popup so that the end user doesn't possibly think they've left your site.

Remember though, that using a third party site (i.e. using a separate service to handle your forms) just ads another link in the chain. I tried it in the past, and when their site had problems, my users had no way to contact me ... and then the service shut down unexpectedly. Plus, your responses from your forms are your information. Why share that contact information with someone you pay?

Just my 2 cents worth, and not even sure it's worth that much.
It's caused by adblocker.

At OP, something is very wrong when adblockers are killing your layout, with adblocker turned on it blocks all the CSS.

In the header, the approve image and logo are blurry.

I would make the slider a little bit bigger, little slower speed and a transition effect.

The second part looks descent but the third part, the font and size just don't fit the style.

That blue text in the footer is unreadable and clashes.

The document management page, you should put paragraphs in there. Too much text without paragraphs don't do well in Google, same for the service page.

I checked the item pages like https://eric.dollaradaysites.net/ads2/s ... y=29749763 the second text is hugging the title in chrome, space it out.

On the contact page, all the photo's are blurry not very representative for a printer company ;)


And what is up with the external links for request service and order supplies?

You can easily make a contact form with a dropbox with these options, silly to link to a third party.

Also use a favicon ;)
Thanks for the detailed feedback. I had the same issues with ad blocker on the site built with another tool. could it be their name ADS?

Waiting for the customer to provide better quality on the logo and staff pictures.

Thanks for the tip on paragraph/text on service and doc mgt pages

I build for another company and I am the only one using WWB. The company uses JotForms for all customer forms. I might try the WWB forms on future projects that are my own.

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Re: Second Site with Web Builder

Post by GrahamW » Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:12 am

have a look at my HTML form demo here
https://.net/webshop.html#!/wb-extensions/gw-html-email-7.html

its a very simple extension I wrote for WWB12+, comes with the free reference number script as well and both have very detailed instructions but its dead simple to use.

Graham

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