statistics – Link between web page load speed and percentage of people leaving the web page

I’m working on a research paper in the field of Website Preformance and I’ve found an article that claims that 57% of people leave websites that take longer than 3 seconds to load. This article cites no source for this claim but I imagine it was done in some sort of study.

Another claim is in this article which says 53% of mobile users will leave a webpage if it doesn’t load in 3 seconds. They link to a page of google but not directly to the data and the only 53% figure I found on that website is this.

Here is a third article claiming 1 in 4 people abandon a website that takes more than 4 seconds to load. I found this page with an image (claim is at the top right of the image) but not an actual study.

Are there any studies that make a link between loading times and percentage of people leaving the page? Does anyone know of a paper that might relate to this?

dual nationality – BREXIT: leaving the EU with a second passport

I had entered Italy before Brexit and have a long-term visa here as a British national. However, I also have a Malaysian passport and am wondering since there is no stamp in my UK passport, would it be possible for me to leave Italy using my Malaysian passport to have it stamped since there was no entry stamp in my UK passport anyway?

Traveling to Turkey. Leaving a day before “valid from” date on Visa. But will land on the day it becomes valid?

sorry for the confusing/dumb question

I plan to travel to Turkey from July 4th-July 10th for work. I’m a US citizen.

I went through a travel agent to purchase the ticket and they filled out an e-visa on my behalf. But they for some reason put the “valid from” date as July 4th, the day I arrive to Turkey, and not an earlier date or at least the date I will be leaving the country (my flight will be at 8:50pm July 3rd). It has me so worried. I feel as if the airline may not allow me to board because my visa isn’t technically valid, even though I certainly will still be in the US those 3 hours til my visa validity begins.

I have attempted to contact Turkish Airlines, and they told me to contact the embassy of Turkey regarding this and I have no idea how to reach them. Every number I dial is not working it seems. I have contacted the official e-Visa website and am waiting for a respond.

When boarding, will the airline use the arrival date for figuring the validity of the visa?? Or does it have to be the date I depart?

I apologize once again for the confusing question. This is my first time traveling while using a visa.

What are the risks of leaving Namibia for a short “visa break”?

A traveller has been advised to leave Namibia for South Africa for a fortnight, and to obtain a new visa on arrival return to Namibia, in order to extend their stay in the country.

They would prefer to remain in Namibia longer, but although they have been able to obtain a visa extension once already, the second request for extension has been declined.

The traveller has been in Namibia since December, has a return air ticket ticket from Namibia to Europe and can prove a date of return.

What are the risks of attempting to do this? Are visa breaks of this kind known to be successful as a way of extending a stay in Namibia?

Is leaving Namibia for a short “visa break” a bad idea?

The traveller holds an EU passport and is in Namibia on a tourist visa that expires in early May.

They would prefer to remain in Namibia longer rather than return to Europe. Unfortunately although they have been able to obtain a visa extension once already, the second request for extension has been declined.

The traveller has been in Namibia since December, has a return air ticket ticket from Namibia to Europe and can prove a date of return.

One suggested option has been to take a break in South Africa for a fortnight and return to Namibia, and to obtain a new visa on arrival, for another month or two.

Is this is a really bad idea (especially as the visa extension request was refused previously and will be on file – I presume there would be a record of this in the Namibian immigration system)?

deletion – Print sensitive info without leaving data on the printer

I’m not sure if there is already a question here about this because I can’t find anything. But I’m wondering if there are any “safer” ways to print sensitive information without leaving traces on the printer (sensitive data in caches, internal memory, etc.), or at least ways to reduce those traces.

Suppose I need to print some codes, passwords, secret data, or anything sensitive anyway. After you have printed the data, you can put the sheet in a safe place (like a safe), but the printer is going to remain in its usual place where it could be accessed by a malicious actor (I don’t think many people lock their printers in a safe).

This might be equivalent to asking how to delete any data left in the memory of a printer, or at least reduce the probability of leaving any sensitive data in it. Maybe printing some more megabytes of documents after the sensitive data will help “overwriting” the memory on the printer? I have no idea.

Netherlands import fee refund when leaving country with stuff

I have bought a laptop from the US. They sent me the laptop to my address in the Netherlands by UPS.
Before delivering the laptop, UPS asked me to pay 380 Euros for the Import fee.
I am a businessman living temporarily in the Netherlands with a residence permit.
I have bought this laptop for my personal use.
When leaving the Netherlands, can I claim for refund of the import fee?
If yes, How should I handle it?

united kingdom – Entering and leaving the UK (for work) several times before YMS visa starts

My partner has been granted a YMS visa for this summer, and is due to arrive within the alloted timeframe. They currently work as a cabin attendant, and will be flying to London Heathrow several times before this YMS visa starts. They will be staying for a couple of nights and then exiting the country.

However, they are worried because they have read some information in their native language that says this will nullify the YMS visa.

I believe this to not be the case. Nothing I have read suggests this is so, and a few English language sites suggest that you can enter as a tourist before your YMS visa starts, as long as you exit the country, don’t overstay and re-enter in the timeframe your YMS visa allows. This was all advice directed at tourists however, not repeated work visits.

I am presuming that it still is fine though? Especially because, apparently, customs don’t even check crew passports and just their company ID card, when disembarking from the plane and entering the UK. So they may not even have to explain the visa page in their passport if this is the case.

They will be entering the UK several times for work, leaving after each visit, never overstaying and purely for work rather than as an underway of coming in before their YMS visa starts in the summer. They will be leaving this employment before arriving on the YMS visa and entering during their alloted timeframe.

Can anyone foresee any problems with the situation I have just described?

customs and immigration – Entry into USA after awaiting green card & leaving for health emergency

I travelled back to uk in January as I became unwell in USA with postpartum psychosis after having my baby in October and needed emergency treatment back home in uk, as I hadn’t health insurance to cover any treatment.And needed the support of my family.Which means I left USA for health reasons,while awaiting immigration to give me my greencard in the coming few months ahead.

Will I be able to get back into the states on the grounds that I have to go back to the states to get my baby back ? Once I’m well enough again.And I have my American husband still in the states with my baby .

Please could I have some help information on this ?As under the circumstances I’m hoping and would be feeling it very unfair that I be barred by the authorities for any amount of time.

Working from your parents home or leaving them to rent apartment ? | NewProxyLists

What I responded to you was in affirmation to what I said earlier in my post you quoted. It seems you didn’t read well bro . I said children not adults .

Alright, let me go through your posts again. (Not all of them, just the two I was trying to reply to.)

The first post I replied to said:
“Children or adults ? No child should leave outside parental care , unless he or she has gotten to adulthood first , has a good and well paying job , less he will suffer from hunger and lack of money to pay his or her bills .”
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The second post I replied to said:
“It seems you didn’t understand the thread. We are talking about working class adults, not children. Children are to live with parents until they get to adulthood.”
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Alright, so, in that first post of yours I was replying to, you were quite clearly talking about children. You quite clearly said, “No child should leave outside parental care”

In the second post, you denied that you were talking about children. You quite clearly said, “We are talking about working class adults, not children.” And then you talked about children again anyway, quite clearly saying, “Children are to live with parents until they get to adulthood.”

Now you are saying that you are talking about children not adults. You quite clearly state, “I said children not adults”.

I realize that you are seriously confused about what you are even talking about in this thread, and it has nothing to do with my reading comprehension. However, during your confusion, you made a couple statements which I believe need a disclaimer. The disclaimer I was trying to add to your statements, which I hope isn’t controversial, is that under extreme circumstances, such as when a child is being severely abused or the parents are completely unable to take care of the child, it is appropriate for the child to leave their parents, whether that means going to some sort of child protection services (in places that offer competent child protection services) or simply doing the best they can with whatever options are available to them (to make a more broad statement which recognizes that there are some parts of the world that don’t even have child protective services).