The Blue Jean Boutique

Company Name: The Blue Jean Boutique
Store Category: Clothing Accessories
Web Site URL: www.thebluejeanboutique.com
Description: Top Quality Iron On Appliques for your Sewing, Scrapbooking and other Crafting Needs!

Your website looks good - Some suggestions

Mary:

The initial release of your website looks pretty good. It is a nice and colorful looking site which promotes a happy feeling. I do however have a couple of suggestions that will help.

(1) Change the hyperlink and text "Add XLEcom's Web Site to your Favorites" in the left frame to reflect your website.
You can change this hyperlink and text using the Site Setup utility, Left Frame / Area Region tab.

(2) Remove both the "View Cart" and "Checkout" buttons that appear along the top of each Product Ad page.
You really do not need to have the "View Cart" and "Checkout" buttons appear along the top of each Product Ad page since a "View Cart" button already appears in the left side frame and is always viewable.

You can turn off the display of these buttons using the Site Setup utility, Ad Layout Options tab.

(3) Remove the statement "Note: If necessary, you can change the item quantities within the Shopping Cart." that appears on the top of each Product Ad page.
Since each of your Product Ads contain a quantity edit box, you do not need this statement. This statement was meant to be used if you did not have a quantity edit box appear within your Product ads.

You can turn off the display of this statement using the Site Setup utility, Ad Layout Options tab.

(4) Remove the "Continue Shopping" button to Mal's Shopping Cart.
This feature is useful if you are not using either a framed website or popup window shopping cart.

To make the change, switch to the "Product Design" sheet and press the "Setup" button. Next, select the "Select an Ecommerce Shopping Cart Service" dialog box tab option. Choose the "Setup" option for the Mal's e-commerce Service and uncheck the "return" URL check box.

(5) The Top Frame text is difficult to read
The top navigation menu and Business Slogan text is difficult to read bacause of the graphic header. Choose another font color for these text items to make them easier to read.

(6) The Left Frame Navigation menu text is a little difficult to read
Choose a "darker" font color such as black for the Left Frame Navigation menu. This is because the current cross-hatch color of the background image appears to be the same color as the font and makes it a little difficult to read.

Sam Raheb
XLEcom Program Developer