Obere oge gara aga, enwetara m Alert Google na edemede banyere ihe kpatara Ajax ji gabiga Java. Sounds like a great article, doesn't it? I couldn't tell you because I never read it. This is what I was met with when I got there:
Ihe na-eme ka ibe a na-akparị mkparị:
- When the page launches, a div pop-up hits me right between the eyes with a very small close link in the base. The pop-up isn't a window pop-up so a pop-up blocker doesn't work. As well, the advertisement is carefully positioned to display OTHER ADS within the sidebar and it actually blocks the content I came to see.
- Ọ bụrụ na ịgbadaa ala, mgbasa ozi ahụ ga-anọ otu ọnọdụ! Nweghị ike ịgụ ọdịnaya ahụ na-enweghị ịpị nso na Mgbasa Ozi.
- Ihe ngosi vidio a na-amalite igwu egwu ozugbo a malitere saịtị ahụ na ụda! I don't mind sound on a web page… when I ask for it.
- N'ime peeji enwere mgbasa ozi 7 n'echiche plain na enweghị ọdịnaya.
- There are no less than five navigation methods on the page! There's a listbox, horizontal tabbed menu, horizontal menu, a horizontal ticker menu, sidebar menus… how can anyone possibly find anything on this website? I'm wondering whether or not there actually bụ nke ọ bụla ọdịnaya na saịtị ahụ n'etiti menu niile na mgbasa ozi!
- This is, supposedly, a website that's a resource for Website Professionals! Can you believe that?
Ihe omuma ihe omuma na ebe omuma
In comparison, let's take a look at CNET. CNET also has a multimedia component (that you click play on if you'd like to, and 7 advertisements in plain view! However, the navigation and web page layout promote the content instead of hiding it.
Mmetụta na Ntụkọ
If you don't think design is an important feature of a news and information website, I'll throw in this comparison of Ntụle ọnụ ọgụgụ Alexa:
What's your most annoying web site? Please… keep it to Marketing and/or technology sites.