a non-profit print site I just made

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gano101
 
 
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a non-profit print site I just made

Post by gano101 » Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:49 pm

http://mustbeamarxist.com/

I'd appreciate if you guys could take a look and give as much constructive feedback as possible. Please be blunt (I can take it) :)
or even any minor point you think would improve it, no matter how big or small, I really would appreciate your suggestions or improvements.

so one flaw I know is that I have used a redirect to a mobile site rather than a fully responsive site. There were just too many elements that weren't supported on mobile browsers.


thanks in advance

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ColinM
 
 
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Re: a non-profit print site I just made

Post by ColinM » Mon Jan 20, 2020 1:58 am

Hi Gano - Out of Interest, what shopping cart did you use please?
Yours truly
Colin M
Western Australia
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Re: a non-profit print site I just made

Post by crispy68 » Mon Jan 20, 2020 2:06 am

Hey colin,

Looks like the shopping cart from phpjabbers.

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