Msg#: 3207534 posted 2:36 am on Jan 4, 2007 (gmt 0)
Typically we always put the credit card images of the cards we accept at the bottom of the page. On a new site, it isn't working out too well. So I was wondering. Where is the best place to put the images. Our choices are top right nav or lower right nav. My concern is that our site has a definite look and feel and the images seem to just distrupt that feel. Isn't it too soon in the buying process for the customer to be distracted by the images and what cards we accept...or is it better that way...so they kow upfront. I'm thinking it's disruptive. Any feedback would be appreciated.
Msg#: 3207534 posted 3:33 am on Jan 4, 2007 (gmt 0)
What's the site address so we can see?
WebmasterWorld TOS #13.Please do not drop promotional urls, signature files, nor specifics that would lead people to your site. Signing your name is fine, however commercialized posts or resume signatures will be edited. We tend to err on the side of caution to protect the integrity of the system. Affiliate based URLs are not allowed anywhere on the system.
Msg#: 3207534 posted 7:02 pm on Jan 18, 2007 (gmt 0)
I made a test. I removed VISA's logo. Nobody cares. People had been using visas. I played with AmEx. All the same. You do need to show logos if itís not obvious. E.g. PayPal or echecks. Anyway put them in the beginning of payment processes.