Get To Know Which Part Of Your Website Can’t Be Seen by Users Without Scrolling

Browser Size, a new tool launched today by Google, it is very helpful for those who want to get an idea about their web site’s usability. It helps you identify which portions of website are exposed to maximum audience and what lies below which can only be seen after scrolling down. It is a visualization of browser window sizes for people who visit Google. For example, the "90%" contour means that 90% of people visiting Google have their browser window open to at least this size or larger.


This is useful for ensuring that important parts of a page’s user interface are visible by a wide audience. On the example page that you see when you first visit this site, there is a "donate now" button which falls within the 80% contour, meaning that 20% of users cannot see this button when they first visit the page. 20% is a significant number; knowing this fact would encourage the designer to move the button much higher in the page so it can be seen without scrolling.


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