This is less of a post for developers, more of a question for consumers - ie individuals visiting websites for content articles, which happen to show videos.
We've all been there. You see a link to an article you want to read so you click it, and the page loads. You start scrolling to get past the enormous header ads and read the content, and a video starts playing. It then re-positions itself (ie its CSS changes to
position:fixed) and resizes to be always visible in a rail, and stays there while you scroll the article. The question is:
Derek Rosenzweig@ozzyogkushQuestion for my fellow interneters - does anyone actually *like* it when you're visiting a web page (news or blog a… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…16:27 PM - 17 Nov 2017
Do you generally like this behavior? What does your own site's user actions/experience tell us? Is it a trend that should continue, or that should go away? Take the poll above, leave your responses below!