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Thanks for all feedback. I came up with the design but subbed it out to some friends of mine who are fantastic at coding so it's built perfectly for search engines which i think is the most important thing, we been goin now since last august and we just hit our 700th sale last week, we also sell through other sites too, they take a big cut but at least it gets our shirts out there, in talks at the moment with a couple of shops in brighton, so hopefully they may stock our stuff soon.
 

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I like the site.. but i gotta dissagree. It's not perfectly built for search engines. First the site uses frames.. which aren't search engine friendly. It would also be more search engine friendly if the ALT text for images was the actual product name. Other than that, site looks good both look wise and coding wise. Seems like it's going good business wise too. Good job.
 

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I agree with statc. It's well built, and certainly one of the more visually appealing stores out there.

And while it's built with a moderate level of search friendliness...the frames are not.

And I'm not sure what "fo or pics here" means in the top left....am I just being dumb or is that a mistake?

And obviously I'm a monkey fan.
 

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jdr8271 said:
No alt tags, frames, no text description, no metatags, no keywords. This site is not built for search engines at all.

That's a little strong. Yes, it misses some key features, but it's one heck of a lot better than most. And everything missing, apart from deframing, is a minor job.
 
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