Christopher Conlon wrote:
> yaSSL is looking for feedback regarding your SSL library usage. We've
> put together a very short survey (10 questions) and are drawing a
> winner for a new Apple iPad (16 GB, Wi-Fi) on August 1, 2012 from the
> survey pool.
> You'll find a link to the survey on the top of our download page, here:
> We look forward to hearing your feedback from the survey responses and
> using it to help enhance and direct the future of the CyaSSL embedded
> SSL library.
> Best Regards,
A bit odd that this domain doesn't use a default home page. If you go
to yassl.com or www.yassl.com
, there's no home page there. Their home
page is at http://www.yassl.com/yaSSL/Home.html
. Is there a reason they
don't want causal web surfers to find their web site?
Apparently they are more interested in using Google Analytics than of
providing a text comment and URL link to their redirected home page.
They use zero-second meta-refresh but neglect to provide a comment on
their real home page of where is their buried home page. Their web
designers think everyone has meta-refresh enabled in their web browser
(true for Google Chrome users but not for IE or Firefox). No thanks,
not interested in getting redirected without letting me choose to go
somewhere other than what I specified. Just why do they think they need
to redirect users from the default home page of [www.]yassl.com
sub-page relatively pathed at yaSSL/Home.html?
Only boobs design a home page using meta-refresh that doesn't include
text and a URL to point at where their refresh attempts redirection.
They also don't even bother using the <NOSCRIPT> tag in case someone
visits who currently has scripting disabled. Not only do they expect
users to wander around with their fly left open (by not commenting the
redirection when using meta-refresh) but with them also hanging out
times they flop around (by using Google Analytics).