Horizontal Scrolling Website Mistakes

Horizontal Scrolling makes this week’s top website design mistakes.

I could not believe that I actually found websites that required Horizontal Scrolling.

The majority of websites you visit will have some up and down scrolling and some is tolerable for most web visitors.

Horizontal Scrolling is scrolling form left to right. Scrolling form left to right makes it very difficult to read the text because you have to scroll to finish each sentence.

The main reason you might see Horizontal Scrolling is the web designer did not take into consideration the screen resolution for the users of the site or the website is so out of date that screen resolution was never considered.

You need to take into consideration the popular screen resolutions when designing your website.

Below are some of the more popular screen resolutions are:

1024×768

1366×768

No horizontal scrolling !

Check out some of our past top website design mistake blog posts to make sure your website is not committing one of these mistakes:

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