Dear website designers,
I like to use the top of my screen as a placeholder so I know where I am in reading an article.
If you could please make a goddamn decision as to whether you want your header bar to be static at the top of the page, or follow me down as I scroll, that would be great. The header bars that hide when I scroll *slightly* down and reappear when I scroll *slightly* up are very annoying and don't help either of us.
I know what website I'm on. Wanna know how? The URL. Your brand does not need to be reinforced. Please stop.
@teslas_moustache speaking as a Web developer, and a human that ever reads anything, I fucking hate this design pattern
@teslas_moustache I'm a web designer who has clients that always want things like this. Our team has to talk them out of a lot really ridiculous things.
@teslas_moustache Also, please keep the default browser behavior of having page up and page down scroll by exactly one screen height.
Not more, not less, not half a screen, simply one visible screen.
Yep, I also use the top and bottom of the viewport as an indicator for where I am in the text and I use the PgUp/PgDn keys to navigate through the text.
Web Browser UI designers: "Time to hide the URL then! :) "
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