16 comments

  • Daniel De LaneyDaniel De Laney, 8 days ago

    Consider adding citations to the medical claims.

    4 points
  • David FairbairnDavid Fairbairn, 8 days ago

    Your center images are overlapping your right sidebar also

    1 point
    • , 8 days ago

      Good catch! Fixed now.

      0 points
      • Josh Sanders, 7 days ago

        FYI not fixed for chrome (Version 61.0.3163.100)... center images still overlapping right bar on a resized (slightly smaller -- tablet ish) screen

        0 points
  • Emanuel SerbanoiuEmanuel Serbanoiu, 8 days ago

    I'm on the latest Chrome on Mac and I can't scroll down the middle section. Is this a known bug?

    1 point
    • , 8 days ago

      The main section doesn't scroll. You can navigate with the left sidebar by clicking and scrolling, or use the up and down arrow keys.

      0 points
      • Ken M (No, not that one)Ken M (No, not that one), 8 days ago

        Why wouldn't the middle section scroll? Why would you intentionally cut off text? Has this been tested at all on tablets? This is all I can read on an iPad Air 2:

        "The health benefits of lavender essential oil include its ability to eliminate nervous tension, relieve pain, disinfect the scalp and skin, enhance blood circulation and treat respiratory problems. The Latin name of lavender is Lavare, which means “to wash”, due to its particularly pleasant ..."

        Also, if I try and scroll the middle, the left column scrolls instead. This is just weird behavior.

        1 point
        • , 7 days ago

          Why is it weird? And it should be fixed on tablet now.

          0 points
          • Josh Sanders, 7 days ago

            its weird bc it's not a standard expected behavior. It's odd to scroll an entire page, expecting it to, ya know, scroll, and only the small left section on the page scrolls. A quick improvement would be to just have the overflow-y set to scroll for just the left nav column area. That way, it is indicated to the visitor that only the left bar is scrollable, and may reduce the surprised induced from an unexpected interaction.

            0 points
            • Ken M (No, not that one)Ken M (No, not that one), 7 days ago

              Weird in that if I'm attempting to scroll the middle section, that's the section I would expect to scroll, not a different one.

              0 points
              • Cory DymondCory Dymond, 2 days ago

                No, you shouldn't expect the things you interact with to react to your input. This is pretty clearly a lack of knowledge on the users behalf.

                0 points
                • Ken M (No, not that one)Ken M (No, not that one), 2 days ago

                  When I attempt to scroll something, I shouldn't expect that something to move? Especially something where text is cut off, and scrolling would be the obvious expectation to see more of that text?

                  0 points
  • Kevin Hon Chi HangKevin Hon Chi Hang, 4 days ago

    May I ask what is it for?

    The proportion of the element is a bit strange. Viewing on a 27' iMac, the diffuser learn more section is a bit small. The left section not really look like an menu,

    0 points
  • Craig Garner, 8 days ago

    I'd consider listing the benefits in a bulleted list rather than a wide comma separated paragraph. It'd be easier to digest the information.

    0 points
  • Jacob JJacob J, 6 days ago

    What order are the items in on the left side? I tried to find garlic but they were all random so i didn't keep looking.

    0 points