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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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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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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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 ...