HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the predominant markup language used for creating web pages. In modern web pages, HTML is used to markup the contents of the website, while CSS and Javascript are used to define the styles and behaviors respectively.

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Quiz in a HTML email - alternative for displaying form elements

One of our clients wants to send a HTML mail containing a quiz. I don't know how this sort of quiz is called in English, but i will try to explain: There are questions in one ordered list, each ...
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Inserting a long word in a limited header space

In my website, i'm presenting a basic table that has some action items for each row. X and Y must be replaced by two words that are trademarked and the words are actually long. Say X is ...
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Persistent form text on refresh and back navigation

Currently on common HTML forms, all the fields are cleared when you refresh the page or navigate away and back to it. Would it be good or bad UX to store values in cookies as you type and restore them ...
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Layout of filters in HTML form

I'm struggling to figure out a decent way of laying out a filtering system in an otherwise simple HTML form. For context, the form is used to submit issues, like those you see on an ISP or web host's ...
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Suggestions for making user management as quick to navigate and maintain as possible

I am looking for ways to make user management on my own small sales team system as quick to navigate/manage as possible. Right now I just have a very basic table, but in keeping with my current ...
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Best Pattern for Creating Plans

In my web app I allow users to create payment plans for their subscribers. I currently only support one option: a monthly charge. I am working on adding multiple options, including one-time payments. ...
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Optional question with one selection from multiple options

I have a form where I have many questions that: Can be left unanswered Have short list of options that should be all visible Only one of the options can be selected at a time The current solution ...
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UI design for mapping configurator

Looking to design an admin page that will allow users to map meta data between external and internal web service We have internal process xml file that contain order details that may be fulfilled by ...
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Affordance of ContentEditable elements (without changing the background)

Context I want to use the ContentEditable attribut instead of classic inputs. It sounds like a duplicate of Affordance of Edit In Place functionality, but actually I would like to avoid the changing ...
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Acessibility… tables or lists

I am creating a list of links which have the following in them: link title and url a comment about the link a date that the link was posted I wish to do this using accessible best practice, but ...
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Is there a better way than a drop down HTML select to offer website users a long list of links to jump to?

I am creating a sort of jump page for my team. We need to be able to select from a list of about 20 - 30 portals to jump to from this page. Would the HTML select be the best way to offer that or, as ...
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Web User Experience: Surrounding the content area with filter-buttons on all four sides

We are debating the next wave of design for our application. We are a company that works in the world of institutional finance and our product is around presenting research. One idea that has come ...
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html element for exemplary content

What would be an appropriate html element to use for a block exemplary content in an article, which illustrates the more abstract rules described earlier? For semantic / accessibility reasons I want ...
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How to make the switch from full stack dev to UI/UX developer? And, do UI/UX devs exist?

Some background info: I am a junior .Net MVC developer who is great at nothing but good at everything. All my development experience up to this point has been full stack which is great because I ...
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What kind of framework do you use when you are prototyping in browser? [closed]

This is a question for those who actually do some wireframes in HTML. What kind of frameworks (Zurb Foundation, Bootstrap, Wirefly) or combinations (Boilerplate + Grid system) or just plain HTML/CSS ...
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Another option for popup selector

I have a form which has a disabled field for company name. It has a button, on clicking it, a search window opens up and there we can search the company name and then submit. On Submit,the disabled ...
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Things i would need to learn [closed]

Hello everyone and thanks in advance for helping me out. I just graduated from a video game conception school and i want to get into UX for video game or mobile app. The thing is i don't know where to ...
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Thoughts on Customizing Javascript Confirm Dialog

A design was just introduced for a brand new application offering the user to delete something. The user experience is as follows, the user clicks delete on the object. Upon clicking delete, the ...
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Is it a bad practice to design an HTML layout with all elements with position absolute? [closed]

There is a framework that my company wants to acquire that generates all HTML with position absolute. It has its own GUI Designer. Mainly this application will be used to design HTML forms. Is it a ...
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Alternative to a lot of checkboxes

I need to give a user the ability to select (on/off) a subset of options from a list. There are over 100 of these choices to be made and the list will get longer. The data is not user friendly either. ...
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Is it ok to use h1 and then h3 instead of h1 and then h2?

I am doing an accessibility review on a site but I have never done that before. I read the WCAG 2.0 document which said that the headings have to be in logical order. There is a page with h1s and ...
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Elements running from the viewport perimeter, is there a name for that functionality?

So you know how if you right click on your desktop, the menu will appear either at the top-left, top-right, bottom-left, bottom-right depending on where your cursor is on the page? (<select> ...
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Form validation best practice using Twitter Bootstrap when input fields close each other

I am programmer not designer nor ux designer. So, I am using Twitter Bootstrap framework for design the page with input elements on it. Basic requirement for my form is - It should fit into 1024x768 ...
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Accounting for browser resizing in a site layout

Accounting for window resizing in a site's design and layout When designing a site's UI and layout, I've always wondered how much I should accommodate for the user resizing the frame ...
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PSD's in Themes on sites like Themeforest and more [closed]

I'm trying to figure out why sites like Themeforest requires you to design a PSD template of an HTML or even Wordpress Template that you're designing. Yes sure it might be for the odd-one-out that ...
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Some advise for front-end design&developing tools [duplicate]

I'm looking for some tools that can help me design&develop html & css. Suppose I have a psd file of my website, and I know how to cut each piece into HTML&css. Is there any tool that can ...
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What is the best way to condense this filter screen when you have a filter control on multiple fields?

I have a bunch of multi select list boxes vertically one after the other and listed as part of a filter web page. So when this are on top of each other it looks like this ( the below pic shows 3 of ...
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How to layout form navigation for best usability?

Is there any usability study about layout of form buttons? I have a simple registration process. The user is guided with several forms through the process. Each form has a <next> and a ...
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Text area showing scroll bars on focus only?

I'm trying to research the potential pitfalls of hiding a scroll bar in a textarea on a web page only when the element has focus. EG: No text = no scroll bars, text starts to overflow = add scroll ...
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With respect to creating circles, what are the pros and cons of the following methods? [closed]

I am making a website in which the home page will have 5 circles each linking to a category of items (e.g. cities, phones, etc.). The user will click on circle to go to the specific page for that ...
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What is an aesthetically pleasing font for programmers? [closed]

I was directed here after a dozen downvotes by the gestapo over at stackexchange overflow. Hopefully you all will be more kind. I couldn't imagine how this question would get deleted, considering many ...
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Html best input type for boolean values selection

In web development, html , what is the best input type to be used if users are only given two choices? basic true or false for example? active or inactive? my choices are: two radio buttons, dropdown ...
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Display of disabled input fields

How should an input field appear when it is disabled? One idea is to show 'Disabled' as value within the input field. Is there a better idea to indicate an input text field is disabled? The input box ...
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WAI-ARIA & HTML5 - Why should I favor the latter?

I want to learn more about how to make webpages more accessible, so I've spend the last few hours reading about WAI-ARIA. Still, the whole concept isn't quite clear to me - HTML5 is part of that ...
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Best way to display continents and countries lists on a web page

A world map and two lists displayed on a web page are connected. Hover over "Romania" link and the Romania region highlights on the world map (jVectorMap fiddle example). As you can imagine, the two ...
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UX Design where password is optional

I have a web site where some users authenticate with email/password and other users only require an email address to authenticate. I'm trying to make the most natural login screen, but I'm struggling ...
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Dimensional Field Input

I have a HTML form that requires the user to specify dimensions for an item they are ordering. A list must show for standard or popular dimensions. Originally this would happen when the field is ...
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How to design a precise UX/UI using javascript/jquery web components?

Nowadays, it seems that designers are having more cross-skills with front-end developers as never before. My question is: How a UX/UI designer would be able to precisely design/describe front-end ...
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stages after UX design to front-end development

I'm working on a UX/UI process for my project, however I'm confused to understand the approach between UX/UI and front-end. After a .psd is developed, who would be responsible to transform it into ...
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Distinguish a user's HTML-based content from other, non-user-generated HTML

I have text content that users entered using TinyMCE, so it contains a good bit of HTML. I need to display this content back to them on a page along with a few other things, but the user-generated ...
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What is the best convention to add css class(es) to a HTML element? [closed]

I couldn't come up with a simple title that explains my problem, but I'll try to be clear. Is this a good convention: <div class="margin10 padding20 font28 ...
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Horizontal Scrolling Emails (B2C) Best Practices

A client recently asked me to look into developing a horizontal email for one of their campaigns. I've been coding their emails for a year or so now but am unfamiliar with the best practices from a ...
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How to arrange a Slider control with DropDown option

I have a form with many fields. One field is numerical and it can have these 3 values (option A: 2.0, option B: 1.5, option C: 1.0, and also an extra option CUSTOM: any value the user wants). Problem ...
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What is the best web UI for choosing a range on a form?

I have a typical form with dropdown choices, freeform textboxes and textarea for large fields. I now need to add a range for things like this. Start / End Time Start / End Day Low Bid / High Bid I ...
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Editing hire/fire table for an employee [duplicate]

I need to create a HTML/JavaScript code to edit hiring/firing records for a given employee (the software receives a constant employee ID for the UI to deal with one employee at a time). One employee ...
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Should the title attribute be used to communicate to the user?

The title attribute (and its corresponding yellow hovering label displayed by browsers for a few seconds); is it still considered good practice to use it on hyperlinks and buttons in a web app? For ...
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number justification in HTML table cells where some cells are editable and some are not?

A convention in financial software is to right-justify numeric and currency values when they are displayed in a table. This allows easy top-to-bottom scanning and summing of numbers. The same ...
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Degrading select/filters when no javascript

I have a small question. How do you gracefully degrade select filters? Example, With ajax you might have a State select and then a City select under it that would show the cities of the selected ...
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Handling the branching/switching between incomplete tasks

How should I handle branching to a distinct task whilst the first remains incomplete? As a specific example, I have a web application where I am able to create appointments on my schedule. These ...
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Why do people still like and use tables in HTML? [closed]

I meet web developers from different levels of experience and backgrounds and some of them like tables for everything. Divs are great and tables are to be used only when it is required. Can anyone ...