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comment The goods of forcing the user to follow a path
Now I'm asking more about the pros of using it in advert kind of websites. Nothing about he cons :) As it seems the cons are not enough for those companies to reject those kind of sites.
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Nov
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
I think this is quite a nice improvement that deals with the navigation problem: alvarotrigo.com/fullPage/examples/scrollBar.html
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@fredsbend because as you can read in that same page. It is JUST A DEMO... :D
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@dan1111 In reply to your last update, check out this example.
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
That's just a reproduction... it is not perfect as its said in the last section... Take a look at the other real sites I posted, such as the one used by mediaFire.
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@cpt_fink as I said before, this pages don't have to force you to their experience. There are normal menus in some of them so the user can decide where to go.
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@andrewb thanks for the info :)
Oct
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@DA01 I'm not sure that be consider a mystery meat navigation anymore. Any kid will be able to understand it nowadays since the sliders became popular in websites time ago.
Oct
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
1 - It seems those fullscreen sites are supported in all devices (mobile, tablets, desktop and old browsers). 2 - As I said before, there are menus to link specific sections so you don't have to follow the established order, just as when using anchors in a site.
Oct
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
Yeah, I understand the problem of not using a navigation menu. But in case of using it, in terms of UX, what about full screen technique for websites? Any articles or studies about it?
Oct
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
The last point you mention makes reference to responsive design, which can be a problem in any other site. That's not a specific problem of this kind of sites and can be solved in any case.
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comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
I updated my question with one more link at the bottom. Your 1st and 3rd points doesn't make much sense when there's a navigation menu or a bullets navigation. Info is accessible through links in the same way and even faster than in other sites.
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