Twinge, you are right that having alt text that actually has the name of the shirt looks better, but I am trying to optimize my site very specifically for three key word phrases, so I am going to try it this way for a while.You might want to make the alt text shirt-specific instead of just keywords, but I don't really know enough about SEO to say for sure.
Good suggestions. Thank You.Nice sight. Clean as a whistle. There is a lot to be said for having all of your designs accessable in one continues scroll. I really appreciate apparel sights that have that option. Couple suggestions. One, maybe give more of a description of your t shirts in the FAQ, such as the weight, stitching, and printing method. Second, add a page "about us", that gives the shopper a little comic relief, or something about yourself, etc. The sight is tight though, and its how I'd design a page myself, basic, straight forward, and easy to navigate.
Thanks! I get my blank t-shirts from Bodek & Rhodes.Looks good, very straightforward. That is the kind of site I need to build.
Where do you get your baby doll shirts? I see S&S has them by Anvil but not in XL.
Hey Buddha,I am looking to do a sight myself...can you put me in contact with your web guy? And where do you get the templates for the shirts?...can't find them anywhere. I have noticed that they have them at fullfilment sights but I am a screen printer and will be printing them myself.
I the shirt pictures on google images and photshopped them alot to make them look how I wanted.Twinge is right, I am looking for the shirt templates.
my designs are not officially copyrighted, but you do not need to to claim copyright. Read http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1.html .Nice website. Are your designs really copyrighted? Whats company hosts your site?
ThanksYour designs are excellent. As for the web design, the site was quick to load and simple. I like that.