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1:50 am, November 23, 2023
 

it seems that no one uses desktop browsers anymore?

Its either that the majority of desktop browsers now are using ad blockers like ublock or the builtin ones in brave, or that almost 95% of users in this small catchment are now using mobile to browse the web which also could be true. 

Does that mean when designing and laying out sites that the tradictional layout is no longer useful, like having a sidebar and all that stuff on the side is no longer seen, just the main content. 

Desktop View

Now all people are seeing is this view. I guess should now design for mobile first and then desktop secondary. 

Guess i should redesign this for mobile as it looks a bit trash really. 

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