So, how do we spot website knick knack when we are considering new features for our share of the Web? There is no general rule. The type of our website or application and our audiences are different (YMMV), but some danger signs are easy to remember:
Keep these warning signals in mind, and your websites will look much cleaner to your clients and, most importantly, your customers.
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