@riking, this is right but I’m one of those minimalistic guys who are always looking for form and function, fit and finish
Indeed, you can put this information easily to the footer. Can you explain me why do think, this is right place for that? Because 90% of all shity websites has it? – I’m on different opinion. – That’s just a bunch of static and uninteresting information for my target group and me.
I’d like a disclaimer section for people who are explicitly looking for that. (On the right place.)
Like lawyers, urgent contacts… at least to avoid expensive lawsuits.
You can save traffic, focus on you’re content – not regulatory affairs, have everything on place you’ll expected. And what about mobile users?
Too bad, that the common behaviour of overblowing webpages with ads and regulatory content is still you’re first choice. It reminds me on the big debate on Wikipedia to use a new image viewer. Off course, you can show all users every information staticly on each page. Is this the intend to use a dynamically driven forum? I don’t think so.
Every information has their right place to be there