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Why !?! Why would you design your web page in such a way that as images load, I have to play a scrolling game to try and read the shit !?!

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  • 3
    Too much budget, far too much time.
  • 4
    They did it... on purpose?
  • 2
    @N00bPancakes
    Or did they do it... on porpoise?
  • 3
    Because that's the only way they could turkey-stuff that bandwith by jamming 15 areas of a single page to load resources from about 300 different sources across the web.

    It's called "modern web". This is the way.

    Sidenote, the "modern web" is the sole reason why I use multiple layers of ad blockers (some do plain host-based blocking, some do specific element blocking of anything I don't like).
  • 4
    @SortOfTested they did it... on Tortoise.
  • 4
    @SortOfTested

    If there were cute animal pics I would be more forgiving of such behavior.
  • 2
    @theKarlisK
    Or was it... auf schildkröte?
  • 4
    @N00bPancakes
    Use your mind to conjure the cute animal pics
    (\ /)
    ( . .)
    C(") (")
  • 3
    @theKarlisK they did it...
    on TortureOS
  • 3
    This has the same energy as trying to read a meme on Instagram just before your feed refreshes and its gone forever
  • 3
    @SortOfTested aww it’s a cute little baby devil
  • 4
    Classic scenario of a developer attempting to do a good deed but only doing half the work

    They heard ”lazyloading images is good. Why load a huge photo at the end of the page if only 20% of your users scroll there. Just lazyload images as the user scrolls down”

    But they forgot to add placeholder sizes to thier image containers
  • 2
    @vintprox Ah, you mean Windows
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