My advice is really simple – read! And try… And read again…and again, and again.
May be you have some hierarchy problems in your pages. I have logos and sites in my portfolio and everything is described but clicks for odd keywords are really rare. I have a lot of clicks for “logo” and “logo design” and just a few clicks for “cosmetics logo” or “law firm logo” etc. I am using h1 and h2 tags on TOP of my content containing the relevant words first, then some descriptive words and don’t have any problems with that. Anyway, my site si quite good positioned for querys like “kids clothes web site”, “cosmetic studio” too which is normal I think.
Not bad – not bad at all. It is quite nice actually. Just e few minor sugestions:
1. Too much different paterns and the one in footer looks strange compared to other’s style.
2. A bit more white space in 3-column and 4-column areas.
Would be good if it is just e bit cleaner and needs a bit more work in typography. Let the content “breath” a bit more.
I don’t think kegler68 is talking about CSS framework. There are many WP “frameworks” both free and paid, but I think none of them would be enough for more than a basic blog or a simple WP powered web site. For successful WP theme development you’d need to know a bit more. At least a strong PHP knowledge and WP core basics. None framework would be enough without these.
That would depend on the theme options and, and overall quality – not only the visual design. Anyway, it looks good and needs may be just a bit of detailing, refinement and finishing touches.
Hope this helps.
Correct me if I am wrong but Over’All is a WP theme. There is a theme options panel for sure and it must be clearly explained in help files how to set up the e-mail function.
If it is not a WP theme but HTML template and IF there is a working contact form, you must look for a file called mail.php, mailsend.php, sender.php or something similar. There you’ll find something like this
mail("firstname.lastname@example.org", $subject, $message);
Just find that piece of code and replace email@example.com” with your e-mail.
Don’t get me wrong but there is nothing about “design” in this. Check the Joomla category and have a look what others do – design, structure, functionality, modules, layout etc.
No offense – I am just trying to help you.
I am afraid it is not working like this. id=”email” and name=”email” are just the input identificatiors. You will need a php script to handle the actual e-mail submitting.