Small, Painful Buttons: Why Social Media Buttons Might be Killing Your Mobile Site by ZURB
You build sites for mobile devices, right? Then you might've noticed the one pesky issue with responsive sites is the loading speed, especially when there's a slow cell connection. What you may not know is that there is a likely culprit for at least part of your
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