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  • # February 28, 2009 at 10:32 am

    I guess I pay more attention to the content details on a web page than whether you use shading and
    colours. partially colour blind anyway so not sure if I see all of the effects people are trying achieve.

    Al

    # March 1, 2009 at 9:19 am

    I’d really like to see more pictures of the tiles ‘in-situ’ as the current pictures of the tiles don’t really do justice to the final product. It wasn’t until I had a good look at the kitchen picture on the homepage that I went "Wow those are nice".

    Also, is there any way to make ordering the sample kits easier. Perhaps having two options on the product page – "Add to Cart" and "Order a Sample" – would be more intuitive than the current system?

    # March 1, 2009 at 6:52 pm
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    Also, is there any way to make ordering the sample kits easier. Perhaps having two options on the product page – "Add to Cart" and "Order a Sample" – would be more intuitive than the current system?

    I am working hard on that, I think that my only option is to make a duplicate item for every single product we have and place a link to it on the product page. I am working very hard to come up with a different method for ordering samples, because the current method is just not efficient. Zen Cart works great, but some things just aren’t built in.

    Sorry to get off topic

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    from the home page, I have no idea where you are. I had to look at Contact Us, not sure, but I would
    like to know where your business is right off the bat, would probably not look at your services if you
    are not close to me for business

    We don’t have a brick and mortar showroom, just a warehouse and office. We are selling online only. That’s why you can’t find us, no retail. :D

    Thanks for the comments

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