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Old 04-28-2010, 06:05 PM
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Mark A Chapman Mark A Chapman is offline
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Eugene

You wrote "If you add this code, Ecwid will not enable the feature that allows Ecwid themes to be affected by site's CSS rules." - can you explain?

Also "Do you use static HTML files or any CMS?" - I am using static HTML.

I am also concerned about SEO as in previous posts you have stated that Ecwid is SEO friendly but now you are using a paid for update which makes Ecwid SEO friendly. So which one is correct? Is the free version not as good at SEO as was originally stated?