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    I'm still using a standard template for my site since I'm mainly focused on data entry right now. However, in the next couple days I'm going to switch off of that and move onto the site's design.

    Does anyone know of any GREAT examples of a site, that's using 3dCart, that has a GREAT opening page? Mine is so generic right now and I need some inspiration :) Please share the links if you can (either of your own site or of someone else's).

    Thanks!

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    Still relatively new to 3dcart, but that's my store so far. There's some things I'm looking to change, like moving my information pages back to my cart, but the bandwidth issue was something I was struggling with. I get ALOT of referrals from my Blogger page and people like information that's not always easily available.

    Any suggestions appreciated
    Last edited by Toobusy; 10-11-2010, 04:50 PM.

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    • #3
      My site which should hopefully be going live in the next couple weeks uses a totally custom front page. Working on redesigning the product detail pages right now so that they will have no <tables> and will validate HTML 4.01 strict.

      http://beta.aebike.com/

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      • #4
        Nice Template. Im using it also :)

        http://www.hanzoswords.com

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        • #5
          Totally customized home page and frame

          Originally posted by hanzoswords View Post
          Nice Template. Im using it also :)

          http://www.hanzoswords.com
          www.rutabaga.com

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          • #6
            Css

            If your interested in what a site done totally in CSS looks like, you can take a look here:

            http://www.nmteaco.com/Lady-Londonderry_p_424.html

            This is a product page. You can navigate around the site, though some of the pages are still not completely finished.

            The product page is a good example though, as it has a review, side menu, related items, and options for the checkout. The information under the picture is taken from the Custom Fields. This way its easy to change on a per product basis.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by cbsteven View Post
              My site which should hopefully be going live in the next couple weeks uses a totally custom front page. Working on redesigning the product detail pages right now so that they will have no <tables> and will validate HTML 4.01 strict.

              http://beta.aebike.com/
              I like your header image... I would suggest you put an "inner shadow" on the background image. This will make it look like the white border around it is also floating above it. It will put it on the same "plain" as the "aebike" and "gear logo", also since you know where the search box is going, you can add in a shadow for that as well. Also it would make it a tad more dynamic if you could have the back tire of the bicycle sticking over the edge a few pixels.

              http://imgur.com/BLlvM.jpg

              Just my thoughts ;)

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              • #8
                Thanks for the tips. I'm going to mull it over and mess with in a photoshop a bit. :)

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                • #9
                  Really nice job Fredric!! I would kill to be able to move the price/availability and options box next to the product photo like you have it.
                  I hope to figure it out someday. I like your choice of light gray text so the product jumps out too.
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                  • #10
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