Raindrop.io Bookmarks 07/25/2020
- 4 Design Patterns That Violate "Back" Button Expectations - 59% of Sites Get It Wrong - Articles - Baymard Institute
"The consequences of breaking the user's expectations of how the browser "Back" button should behave can be dire. During our usability tests, it has been the direct cause of abandonment, with users leaving test sites with much swearing and cursing (even from the calmer test users)."
- Guide to Core Web Vitals for SEOs and Developers
"Ideally, lab and field scores don't differ too much without a good reason. Whenever you make significant changes, your lab results are going to be ahead of your field data. That means if you see failing tests in the field and you've improved lab scores to pass, you either need to be patient for field data to catch up or push field data independently to Analytics to verify it."
- Official Google Webmaster Central Blog: Prepare for mobile-first indexing (with a little extra time)
"We realize that in these uncertain times, it's not always easy to focus on work as otherwise, so we've decided to extend the timeframe to the end of March 2021. At that time, we're planning on switching our indexing over to mobile-first indexing."
- Style Stage and old people of the web | Christian Heilmann
"Those who fought the good fight in 2003 probably are too old and busy now. That's why it is great that people like Stephanie take it on."
- Internationalizing the Cloudflare Dashboard
"Since last year Cloudflare has been hard at work internationalizing our dashboard. At the end of 2019, we launched our first language other than US English: German. At the end of March 2020, we released three additional languages: French, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese."
- mailgo · a new concept of mailto and tel links
"Only installing mailgo on your website or web app will transform all the mailto and tel links in modal"
- Understanding CSS Multiple Backgrounds
"When placing multiple backgrounds, and one of them is taking the full width and height of its parent, the stacking order will take place."