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Guy Cooper

Great tips in your article Jeremy. All developers/product managers should consider implementing an offline page like you have described. As a user one of the most frustrating things, is regardless of the reason, a webpage not loading at all. Our attention span and patience for things not working is close to non-existent so having that feedback via the offline page will ease that frustration and anxiety and ensure a positive experience for your visitors. often all we are looking for is something explaining what is going on.


Thank you for this Jeremy, super useful and helpful.
Seeing how easy you explain the process makes me think that there’s no excuse to not have a custom offline page.

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