Headers are an area of a website found at the top of the page, and traditionally contain elements such as site navigation, logo, and other site-wide controls and elements.

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Does it work to use a heading as a backlink/breadcrumb on landing pages?

On landing pages where there are many ways to get there (email, multiple index pages), we want to funnel users back to a single index. We currently use a breadcrumb at the top to indicate the ...
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Justification for Page Titles

So our current product does not have titles for pages at all. Talking with the dev team, they feel like page titles are not necessary and take up too much screen space. Anyone have validation on this? ...
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Sticky header + sticky social bar (mobile) = too much that is sticky?

Is it too much have both a sticky header (at the top of the viewport) and a sticky social bar (on the bottom) on mobile devices??? A sticky header is important for the user, but a sticky social bar ...
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In a news article should the full-width image come before the H1, or after?

For a public-sector site (local government site, that sort of thing) there will be a section for latest news. This could be blog articles, it could be informational posts etc. These posts will have ...
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The effect of black header [duplicate]

On the pages of many modern web services (including stackexchange webpages), there is a black header. What is the psychological effect of this? Is there any significance of it being black? Is there an ...