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Md Mostakim Hossain
Aug 02, 2022
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An example of an intrusive self-contained interstitial from Google An example of an intrusive standalone interstitial from Google: a full-screen standalone interstitial that sits above the header of the website. The latter is also a standalone modal window, but essentially a full-screen modal window blocking content. Another example of an intrusive self-contained interstitial from Google Another example of an intrusive self-contained interstitial from Google: essentially a full-screen modal blocking content. Its functionality is similar to that of a normal popup, but you don't get any preview of the content below. In practice, they look exactly the same as the previous standalone popup. Here is a concrete example: a real example of an intrusive autonomous interstitial A concrete example of an intrusive standalone interstitial that blocks content. However, in some cases it does not fax list seem so simple. For example, what if you have a live chat box that automatically pops up to help the guest? It's not direct advertising, but it still ruins the user experience if all they want to do is read the content they came for. Advertising Continue reading below In these cases, think of the popup in its purest form - a box that appears over the actual content of the page. If it is not a necessity, chances are it will be penalized. Intrusive interstitials that should not be penalized It's important to remember that not all interstitials will be a problem. Depending on your website and country, you may have legal or ethical reasons to display interstitials. Google knows this and does not plan to punish you for it. Google provides two prominent examples of these legally required interstitials, the first being legally required age verification blockers. These help create a shield for age-sensitive content, such as websites that contain alcohol or adult content. The second , as they are required in the EU. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, all banners occupying a “reasonable space” must be safe. Although an exact size is not provided, it is best to play it safe and assume that less is more. If you keep it at 15% or less, even devices in landscape mode will still have enough space to read multiple lines of text.
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