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The honest website ever... 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

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  • 27
    cool, but its probably only a client side block, so no problem
  • 6
    Which website?
  • 23
    99% of registrations drop of we implemented this
  • 2
    What if you have already read it?
  • 3
    website? that looks like a program
  • 3
    not open source
  • 9
    I would totally lose it if some app made me wait 20 mins
  • 17
    100% bounce rate
  • 1
    That sounds like me! faking hell!! All my comments are nasty AF!
  • 4
    Didn't know websites required install buttons
  • 1
    And then after 20 minutes you click and it redirects you to another license agreement. I've been through that shit
  • 2
    @ElectricCoffee maybe is a CMS?
  • 2
    Sounds cool but will practically annoy all your new users and they'll just never come back. Argh. It's better to just give them highlights of your terms and conditions like 5 sentences in very simple language with an option to view the entire terms and then ask them to agree.
  • 1
    Should totally implement this to few of my own projects.
  • 1
    I would still just leave & make me a coffee. No way I'm reading that.
  • 3
    you expect an user to register to your website and read 1208 lines of terms and conditions?!?

    I agree it's a bad habit to just accept everything without reading but if you want the client to actually read it display a short version of what's accepting with a link to the full version so everyone wins!

    Even if the user is forced to read it i bet most users will leave the window open and take a break without reading a single word!
  • 1
    @plokko and then there will be a stand-by
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