NEW app-fest.co.uk site

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Lasa
 
 
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NEW app-fest.co.uk site

Post by Lasa » Thu Apr 11, 2019 2:31 pm

Hi
This is a site that I'm building with WWB... (work in progress)
http://app-fest.co.uk
It's being built entirely with WWB only (including extensions)
It uses the pace extension to show the slow loading 8 youtube and Google map page... haven't gotten around that yet.
The music seems to autoplay even in Chrome (for now) we'll see... used the default audio instead of 5html audio.
-Built the cookie page with events and transitions.
it's been fun,
Cheers,
Lasa

alexmasss
 
 
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Re: NEW app-fest.co.uk site

Post by alexmasss » Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:36 pm

It is not recommended to use background music on a website because you are forcing the visitor to listen to it, as soon as I heard the music I tried to disable it faster.

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Re: NEW app-fest.co.uk site

Post by WWBman » Thu Apr 11, 2019 5:19 pm

alexmasss wrote:
Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:36 pm
It is not recommended to use background music on a website because you are forcing the visitor to listen to it, as soon as I heard the music I tried to disable it faster.
Yep, I did the same (by closing the tab!).

EDIT:
Pablo, I hit the Report this Post button instead of Reply with Quote! :oops:

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Re: NEW app-fest.co.uk site

Post by Lasa » Thu Apr 11, 2019 9:43 pm

Thanks for the comments! I totally agree...I've disabled the function myself... but if this what the client wants, I'm good with it.
That the music even "auto played" makes me happy since in theory it both Chrome and Firefox now disable it.
Cheers,
Lasa

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