Having a site limited to bigger screens

Could you add a widget of some sort that makes your website only accessible on larger screens?

Considerations for implementing a widget to restrict website access based on screen size:

  1. Improved User Experience: By limiting access to larger screens, you can ensure that visitors have an optimal viewing experience. Websites designed for smaller screens may appear cluttered or have compromised functionality when viewed on larger screens. Restricting access to only larger screens allows you to create a visually appealing and user-friendly interface.

  2. Enhanced Responsiveness: Website responsiveness is crucial for ensuring compatibility across various devices. Implementing a widget that restricts access to larger screens enables developers to focus on perfecting the design and responsiveness for those specific screen sizes. With fewer screen variations to consider, designers and developers can fine-tune responsiveness and ensure that the website functions seamlessly on larger screens.

  3. Visual Intensity: Some websites possess complex visual elements, high-resolution images, or extensive graphical content that may require a large screen to showcase properly. Restricting access to larger screens ensures that visitors can fully appreciate the website’s visually rich content, leading to a more engaging and immersive experience.

  4. Information Presentation: Websites that present extensive or complex information, such as data visualizations or analytical reports, may benefit from larger screens. Restricting access to such screens allows for greater readability and comprehension of the content. Users can view more data in one glance, reducing the need for excessive scrolling or zooming.

Remember, it’s essential to strike a balance when restricting access based on screen size. Consider analyzing user data, conducting surveys, or obtaining user feedback to validate your decision and ensure that it aligns with your target audience’s needs and expectations.

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Greetings and welcome to the Community @user6165 :wave:

A huge thank you for such a detailed description of your use case!

I really like your idea, but I’m not sure that we’ll be able to release such a complex use case, I’m afraid.

But who knows, perhaps we’ll come up with something along the lines. Anyway, I’ll keep you updated :slightly_smiling_face: