I wish daylily sellers would realize all the fancy bells and whistles they put on their websites can cause slow loading pages.
Just today, I tried another seller's site and gave up when I couldn't find a price list and pages loaded slowly due to all the fancy stuff.
I really wanted to see what they were offering, but gave up in frustration.
Unfortunately the site I was looking at today had no price list whatsoever.
I've seen other sites with no price lists and/or price lists difficult to find.
tgarden711 said:I have seen where some websites put the pictures up and just have a pricelist on another page. I find that annoying because you see something you like and have to try and figure out how to find the price, especially annoying if you have several you want to check out. I like the picture and price together.
I also have very slow internet (Hughesnet is the only provider available where I live) which is never fast and their Gen 4 is much more expensive and not much better from what I have heard. I can't even load those bells and whistles.
I hear you, Theresa. I'm stuck with Windstream and although I now am able to have high speed, some pages still hang up.
Some pages like Google and Facebook are fast loading, so we know that can be done.
When I call service techs about an issue, they'll say to use Google or something like it that loads fast (they never recommend their own website).
People who really want to sell stuff should have others check out their sites and report back... oh, well....