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Another option would to be alter your authorization/boarding process and add the verification step to it yourself without using a third party library. Provide e-mail address and other data Send an authorization token/pin code to the provided e-mail address. Let the user enter the token/pin code to proceed. Redirect the user to the profile page or whatever ...


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Is the social bar used frequently by your users? If it's not remove it without any hesitation. If it is useful only for you as a developer and not for the users, the answer is clear - get rid of it. Screen space on mobile devices as you know is very limited, so you need to maximise the viewport. In my opinion the sticky header is OK if it's slim, and the ...


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Use Jquery to hide the nav bar when scrolling down and show the footer, and vice versa when scrolling up. Something like Chrome on Android and iOS would do. Use CSS3 animations instead of Jquery .animate( ).


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Hide the back to top until they are scrolled about two screens worth. Only show it when scrolling and set a 1.5s delay for it to then fadeout. This way users will see it when they need it (scrolling) and it won't be in the way when they are trying to consume content.


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If there is lot of scrolling involved then you would need a BTT button. From what you say you can have one in the sticky menu, but make it visible only after scrolling i would recommend that this button be visible just above the sticky menu on the right side (not too close to the right border) and be visible only after scrolling


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Whether or not users would receive benefit from a back-to-top (BTT) button/link/icon is dependent on a few things. First, how much content is your average page going to have? If it's only a few paragraphs and users will only ever have to scroll half a page, a BTT button is probably overkill. Likewise, if you have a sticky header; therefore, the only reason ...


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I believe the initial purpose of the back to the top button was to help users reach the top easily, specifically when they didn't have a sticky nav for a mobile view. I recommend not including a back to the top button if you have a sticky nav bar that is easily accessible.



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