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Will 'back to top' links/buttons make my site more usable or just be noise on the page?

I've see lots of sites with links that will take you to the top of the page, but I've actually needed to use one. I've seen some sites where I can see ~7 of these links on the screen at once, whereas ...
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Form label position for best usability

I'm creating a form that will ask a visitor for their firstname, middle initial, and lastname. I want the those text fields to be all inline, but where should I place the labels? On the left, top, or ...
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Which minimum browser or screen resolution should I target my web apps?

When making the decision on the minimum requirements for a web application on client machines: Browsers - Which browsers should one target at very minimum Screen Resolution - Which screen resolution ...
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Are there any downsides of including google-analytics on your website?

I am in particular concerned with legal implications due to strong privacy legislations. However, I was also thinking about performance and false results by users blocking it.
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How do I test the usability of my website?

How do I evaluate my website from a usability standpoint?