QUOTE(Liqfan @ Jan 19 2010, 01:27 PM)
Hmm, thanks for this. Going to try and fix this right away! Any other comments/suggestions/errors?
problem should be fixed now. Can you test it?
Any reason for this image to be behind the title for all your pages? http://www.buycheap.be/img/404.gif
The only other thing is that there is no information about the company. When it was founded, physical address and contact information. I'm one of those paranoid shoppers that likes to know that the company I'm buying from has a history and physical location to go with it. That's just me though.
Oh one other thing, the top title bar area is a bit large imo. It really serves no purpose really other than to take up space. I would cut it down like this to put more emphasis on the products your selling rather than your big giant header.
It's also is set as a background image. It would be better to set this up as a normal image logo with an ALT_ attribute included. Why do this? Well because this is what your website looks like with no images.
And this is how it looks with no CSS.
Notice something missing? That's right, your website title. The reason I test pages without CSS and images is to see how the site would hold up being viewed on slower connections and to see how it would look on cellphones and mobile devices. Some of which do not support CSS or can't load large images due to performance constraints.By setting this up as a normal image with an ALT_ attribute included it guarantees that your website title will always be displayed, either as an image or as a Text attribute.