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    Weird Wood Pusher Burl Source's Avatar
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    Steve,
    I will check on the history but I don't believe that it will. I might need to email that info to those that want it. I will be manually transferring store credits.

    Anton,
    I like your suggestions. A lot of what is done is with a wysiwyg editor or selecting settings from a list. I will make what changes I can, then have tech support walk me through any html stuff.
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    I made some headway today in spite of a really really bad internet connection (average .40 mbps)
    Got rid of a lot of the extra junk on the pages and slightly different layout with product pages and enabled the compare feature.
    Still a lot of work to go. The ancient bog oak section is showing closer to how I will be doing the products.

    Here is a link if anyone wants to take another look.

    An technician is coming out tomorrow to try to fix our internet. Then I should be able to get things fixed up faster.
    Mark Farley / It's a Burl
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    Looking good Mark. As per Anton's request, will the add to cart button on the group listing page be back but smaller, or have you decided to remove it?

    The compare feature works well though. In the 'other' section on the comparison table, it would be cool if the wood origin could be listed -when you know it. Like the bog oak from Ukraine, when wood is from Australia, or South America, etc. You get wood from a few different places. I just like to know origins of products I buy. I just thought I had when looking at the compare table.

    -Steve

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    Not sure if I will put the button back or not.
    I was thinking someone new to the store might think that the list page was all there was to see for that item and not like the small photo and incomplete description if it included the add button.
    I will try to be more diligent with wood origins and history when I know it.
    Mark Farley / It's a Burl
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