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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“Responsively” select an item from a large closed collection?

I'm building a responsive web application. One of the main focus of this application is to efficiently collect information. In some fields, I need the user to select one value from a large collection ...
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Single and Multi-Select Up & Down Arrow Locations

I'm currently working on a interface that allows the user to order elements within in a box by using two arrows(up/down). Having designed and implemented controls of this nature in the past(some ...
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Web page design : what kind of web elements do I use? [closed]

For a group assignment I'm in charge of providing the front-end for a Java Server Page (JSP). I'm stuck at the actual design of this application. I basically have two problems, and if you could help ...
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A User-Friendly Table - What Solution?

Today, this is my table and if I select one of the row, it shows a select icon. I want to make it more user-friend that you can see the whole row to be selected. Gmail has that functionality. In my ...
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What is/are the best HTML form control(s) to capture exact and approximate dates

I'm currently using <input type="date"> to capture a date. However, a lot of users don't know the exact date but still want to record an approximate date. I want to encourage as high a degree ...
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Design: Custom code UI desgin Or Framework like Bootstrap, Foundation etc [closed]

I have been assigned a task of redesigning existing project screens with latest technology in responsive web design (RWD) to support more devices. I have analysed there are frameworks like bootstrap, ...
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What are the determining factors to decide whether or not centrally align a website UI? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a usability reason for centering a website’s content area on a page? For a website with fixed width (ex. Stack Exchange, Twitter UI) which shows content in a ...
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select and deselect radio button when i select the drop down list onchange [closed]

I have two selection drop down lsits and four radio buttons.I mean when I select one content of first dropdown list, I get the respective value in sencond drop down list.Now, important question is ...
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Search result template and readability

This is my current layout: The sentence on top means "Results in the WHOLE SITE for: abc" "Whole site" becomes the name of the section if you're searching in a single section. Then you see each ...
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Why does the title attribute have a delay?

In HTML the title attribute usually displays a little popup conveying information about the element. In most—if not all—browsers the popup doesn't appear immediately but after few seconds. Why was ...
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Labelling inputs in HTML: <p>, placeholder or both? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: On forms, is inline placeholder text better than a label outside each field? I am making a simple registration form for my website. I'm in doubt about how to label ...
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Textarea height

I need to use a textarea and it must not be resizable, is there an standard of how many lines it could have or maximum size of it? Remember that I just want to make confortable the reading and ...
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Why the browsers take shades of blue while selecting?

Why the browsers take shades of blue (colors specified in SO post here) while we select the text ? Is there any special reason for the same ? Note:Question moved from StackOverflow
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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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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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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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Truly cross-browser/cross-platform font-rendering web embedded fonts? Does it all come to images? [closed]

I've spent eons diving into @font-face issues for RTL languages, font-rendering on different browsers, PDF support, and so on. My objective is to have CSS-compatible Arabic (a RTL language) text on ...
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What should be the default view of a large collection of data (that can be filtered) on a web page?

I have a web page that shows projects (but it could be anything) in an html table (one row per project). There is a filter button at the top that allows users to can filter by a number of different ...
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Should scrollable block elements be used with mobile devices?

I've got a user experience concern/issue. I've developed a mobile application (HTML5/CSS3) that's primary usage will be with tablet sized displays (iPads). Some of the "legal verbiage" (I'll call it ...
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Select Options more than 50,000 rows

I have a database which got about 50 000 records. all is information of business partners. I currently using <select name="selection"> -- some while loop <option></option> (repeat ...
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HTML Title Attribute Instead of The Tag Content [closed]

Considering accessibility, can I use: <a href="about.html" title="About"></a> without any content, instead of: <a href="about.html">About</a> Associated with this CSS ...
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Clear selected character of Alphabet Filter

I'm working with a results grid for which I am adding an "alphabet filter": The darkened portion indicates the selected letter for which to filter. I'm attempting to find a good way to indicate ...
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How to improve UI within a form, where a field can change type, based on data you want to enter

Goal: I want to have a input field that changes its name and value based on what the person wants to enter. Scenario: I have a form that currently goes like this: Some Data input field ...
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When is it appropriate to change a site's tabindex?

I'm building a sign-up form filled with multiple input fields. To increase the rate in which the form is filled out I decided to dynamically set the tabindex at the first input field. Naturally after ...
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How to render a mobile in HTML5 / CSS3 / Javascript

I am developing a website to promote my app and want to render a mobile which will display different images in transition. Some like done on these pages: http://www.whatsapp.com/ (Uses a background ...
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How to improve Sales Statistics?

Staffs can see Sales Statistics on their dashboard which allow them to see number of sales made per day. This is a weekly Statistic. For example, on Tuesday Paul have 4 sales which has been ...
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Different ways to show photo being selected with tag

I am trying to do a UI that show a photo (or box) being selected and tagged. For example: http://behance.vo.llnwd.net/profiles/59549/projects/3012199/8c0a114a08fa35bfbb0e6bc32936a525.jpg Original ...
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Showing read only data in a label on a form (508 implications) [closed]

One of the definitions of a HTML label is: The HTML label element associates a piece of text to a control What is the correct way to render HTML when the label itself is NOT "for" another label? ...
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nice way to display data row by row

I often see many tutorials about how to make forms pretty, but I don't see as many showing how you can display the result in a pretty way. I mean, when the data has been input and you'd like to ...
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Improve the User Interface of Website [closed]

So I am using Visual Studio 2008, ASP.net 3.5, with the basic toolkit provided. Now I have made the GUI with a lot of functionality but the design is very basic and looks too old. I need to give it ...
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Smallest visualisation for a one-many relationship also depicting health of each of the 'many' objects [closed]

Needed someone to discuss this with since I am currently working alone. I have a 'subject' in my product which can be associated with a variable number of objects. Each object has two states.. viz. UP ...
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Pop up modal with alert box notification

So I have a pop-up modal which serves as subscription point and it has an email field, this email field has email validation and the error message is displayed in alert box. My question, is it a good ...
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New to UX. Should I focus on Web Design or UX in general? [closed]

I'm new to UX, and long story short, I"m not sure whether to focus my time on web design or UX in general. This is probably a stupid question but I hope it makes sense. I'm proficient with HTML and ...
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Better Approach for 4-level Tree Structure

I have a 4-level radio button list which is like: On page load, only the 1st level options are shown (Alpha/Beta/Gamma/Delta). Based on the value selected in the 1st level, the corresponding 2nd ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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How should I effectively display result of a SQL query?

so I am making a website and I have a mysql database that stores all the information of users. This is the structure of my database CREATE TABLE `profile` ( `userID` INT(25) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT ...
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show comments and likes

In my page i will be loading images one below other. I need to show comments and likes below image. But if there are too many comments then images will move down. Is there any good idea to show ...
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Combining menu navigation with numerical survey results

I have a website where users answers a set of questions and are then provided different feedback depending on their answers. The answers on the questions are translated to a numerical value between 0 ...
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Non-fully-hierarchical website structure and use of breadcrumbs

I have a web page with a menu on the left. Each choice can bring to either: A single page A wizard Or a hierarchical series of pages, where I can drill down. Left panel Right side Item 1 ...
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Best practice for displaying a huge amount of possibly optional data

Here's the story, I am to develop a form to display the complete content of a so called CoC dataset (an xml schema) for viewing (no editing involved). This dataset contains about 750 fields, about ...
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Display Table With Conditional Columns

I'm looking for insight on how to effectively display tabular data to a user where not all rows have data for specific fields/columns. Here's a simple example - I have a list of reports that I want ...
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Multi Selection with Check-boxes and Radio Buttons

I have a long list of options. My users can select many of them, but they must also star one and only one of the options selected so. ... [ ] Option 1 ... [ ] Option 2 ... [ ] Option 3 ... ...
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Change the view of a database

We've got a large, complicated database that we're displaying slices and comparisons of: the user gets to choose one or more years, one or more departments, and one or more demographic groups. The ...
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Tips for a complex sorting/filtering UI

I have a work in progress at http://yipgo.com, in short lets you define items with timestamps and then view them in a read-only agenda summary page. It's important to allow users to customise the way ...