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What are intrusive interstitials? 

Intrusive interstitials are web elements that obstruct the user's view of the desired content, usually for promotional purposes. These overlays appear on top of the page content, often covering most or all of it, and can be triggered in various ways:

Here are some characteristics of intrusive interstitials:

Why are they considered bad?

Intrusive interstitials are detrimental to both user experience and website performance. They:

Alternatives to intrusive interstitials:

Instead of using intrusive interstitials, consider these alternatives:

It's crucial to prioritize user experience and provide a smooth and enjoyable browsing experience. By avoiding intrusive interstitials and opting for less disruptive alternatives, you can ensure that users have a positive experience on your website and are more likely to return.