Most of us grumble when running across a frustrating UX experience online (like not being able to complete a transaction because of a misplaced button). We might pen a whiny tweet. Jason Grigsby is like I’m going to write 2,000 words on this and show them what’s what. And of course, he has a strong point. An out-of-viewport button that you need to press to complete an order, on a checkout experience for some major restaurant brand, even with estimates that are conservative at every angle, is worth millions of dollars in lost sales.
A Bashful Button Worth $8 Million
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The fact that JS is required to avoid this issue just feels icky. This really should not be a problem
yep, that js looks messy as hell..
Just Safari being the 2021 Internet Exporer, again