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a scripting language that allows web pages to present dynamic content to users, such as validation of web forms or automatic saving of data to reduce frustration or to allow visual effects otherwise impossible with HTML.

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Breadcrumbs - is this a valid use?

Recently we've received a design that uses breadcrumbs, but specifies a breadcrumb for a page that does not exist. In effect, the breadcrumb in question, relates to a section of a top-level page. ...
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Which D3JS data chart is most similar to a scheduler?

I realize this is a borderline SO question. I am trying to figure out which of the examples on D3JS most closely resembles a scheduler or Gantt chart so I can use it in our app. I think bullet ...
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UI for splitting/consolidating orders

I'm working on UI for managing orders in an Ecommerce system. Entities at my disposal include: orders, order items and shipments. I need to implement a clear system to allow my users (vendors) to: ...
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Name for JS UI Component

There's a text-dragging UI component I want to use, which can be seen in detail here (drag the cookies!). This is a pretty common idea, and is used a lot in native production applications. I would ...
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Disabled JavaScript notice, AFTER user signup?

My site relies heavily on JavaScript, and the site is based on user signup If a user is logged in and has javascript disabled, it throws a notice and disables all major site functions The question ...
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Interface for selecting/defining multiple mutually exclusive ranges

I have a requirement to create "brackets" for permissions based off the amount of a transaction. For example, a user assigned to the $10-100 bracket should have permission to modify all transactions ...
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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 ...
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How to work with web designers pragmatically on my stateless browser app?

These days, lots of stuff is being done on the client. This includes full page rendering, data fetching, and much more. Right now, I am developing an API and also working on the client-side app which ...
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Are one-page web apps always better?

Does anyone have some instances or cases where onepage web applications (for example, a lot of AngularJS apps) are inferior to full loading pages? I'm not including technology, SEO, etc. Only from a ...
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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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When you have a side panel open, and the user scrolls, is it better to leave it open or to auto close the panel?

Say you have a side menu that opens from one side after clicking on an icon in a website. This menu would take more than 40% of the view-port in the horizontal direction. If the user scrolls down, is ...
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Are users resizing window?

When I calculate some layout positions and sizes in javascript, I always add a listener to recalculate it when user changes the window size. This way I can e.g. always keep a tile square etc. Now I ...
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Delete image button in dropdown [closed]

I have a tricky requirement regarding the website I am building. I am not sure if it is exactly a design issue or not. I have a drop down which is created at run time. This has a list of user created ...
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Do good UX guidelines exist against little JS windows inside the browser

I encounter a lot of web applications that essentially implement a small windowing system inside the browser. On you web page there exist a number of little boxes that look like windows, which can be ...
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While building Javascript library, should I validate input? [closed]

I'm building small javascript library (library design is based on user experience, users are programmers. If it shouldn't be here, but on stack overflow, I have no problem with moving it). I'm trying ...
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jQuery - best way to present huge amount of scrollable data [closed]

I have an array with length of 1.5k, each entry needs to be shown (set of DIV's per entry) but when I'm showing it all at once the browser hangs most of the time. I'm trying to figure out the most ...
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Is it good UX or bad UX to prevent people from disabling javascript? [closed]

I realise that I am no longer able to disable javascript from the preference setting of FireFox browser 27.0. As a developer, I always think about graceful degradation for my users. And I know how to ...
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Gallery Lightbox

What do you think of letting one image open a gallery instead of a single image where one can show next and previous (regular lightbox)? I'm thinking something like this: ...or something like ...
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Color-coding percentages, how should I interpret a result of 0/0 (as 0% or as 100%)?

I am making a report that requires me to display some calculations as a percentage. Basically, I'm doing a database query for records matching a specific ID. The number returned becomes my denominator ...
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What's the convenient key do delete something on Mac?

I've developed a paint application on the web using HTML5 Canvas element and JavaScript. The user can select stuff he drew and then delete it using the Delete key on Windows (which is convenient in ...
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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 happens in a web browser when a download is started via Javascript?

In a web browser, a download can be initiated immediately after user input, or started via Javascript after a set amount of time and/or being redirected to another page. I want to provide users with ...
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Clearing Same Address Inputs on Uncheck

I have a simple form where the user is given the standard, what is your location and is this (shipping/worksite/billing) location the same as the one listed scenario. By default if the user check the ...
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When going back to previous page may cause disorder

Let's suppose a page listing items whose URL would be: /items. Its content is loaded through Ajax at the page's initialization time, thus not directly populated on server initially. Each item ...
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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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Flipping cards, good or bad idea?

I want to implement flipping cards on my website because they look awesome and they allow the user to see more information on hover. However I started to think it was a bad idea because instead of ...
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Should i optimize my website for non-javascript users?

I have been working on a website which relies mainly on Ajax calls and jQuery to provide a rich user interface. Though the site looks just fine without JavaScript enabled. Some Features like Login and ...
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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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What is the name of the function that causes a page to rise above another when scrolling? [closed]

What is the name of the function used on websites to make your second page appear to rise above the first and where may I find this particular plugin? I understand that this is jquery functionality ...
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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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Should I use javascript cookies in lieu of autofill where autofill is unreliable?

Autofill is a good option for users who don't have an account. But it seems that how browsers determine how they'll implement autofill information varies. I'm not surprised of course. In Chrome, it's ...
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When filling out a form to what extent should validation be done while the user is still typing?

I'm working on a registration form and it validates some parts while the user is still typing. For example, the username is being checked after each character is entered to see if it is available or ...
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Optimal way to handle multiple many-to-one attributes in a grid control

We are working in web app where we have parent records that have multiple attributes that have many-to-one attribute values tied to them. We are attempting to list these parent records in a grid ...
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Notify users with deactivated JavaScript that “secondary” functionality is missing?

On http://xmpp.org/xmpp-protocols/xmpp-extensions/ there is a table listing items with different statuses (active, obsolete, final, …). When JavaScript is activated, there is a filter widget above ...
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Can a dropdown in-email, like from G+, be implemented without special support from the email client? [closed]

Noticed today this great trinket from Google: in their notification emails upon new G+ followers, the recipient can add someone to a circle directly from a dropdown in the email. (See below). The ...
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Best Practices in keyboard navigation of JavaScript Controls?

Apparently "best practice" when creating DHTML widgets, such as menus etc., is to allow users to navigate to the widget using the tab key, and navigate within the widget using arrow keys. This follows ...
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Do dynamic height changes jar users on web page load?

When a web site loads, sometimes an element's height needs to be determined dynamically with javascript. This can happen with a responsive design where the width of a fluid element is not known until ...
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Telling users passwords don't match and aren't strong enough

I have two functions in my user registration form One checks the password and confirmed password are the same. The other checks if the password is strong enough. I have two presentation related ...
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What's the official name of concept of input boxes with tags?

I'm looking for an implementation and the (official) name of this kind of control where it's a inputbox where we can add multiple tags into it. By example, it is used in JIRA like this capture (and ...
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Looking for advice regarding a Web design involving 3-dimensional lists

I hope this is the right place for Web design advice; considering StackOverflow also, but not sure if pure design questions are welcome there? I'm trying to design a Web page that is to display ...
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Static tooltips vs tooltips that follow the mouse

This is for a debug app (programming) that prints additional information when the mouse is over a certain element. For example, the app can display a list of class methods. When the user mouse over a ...
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What does ?v2 mean after a file extension [closed]

A site I get on allot has updated a few of their files, and I wanted to know the meaning of them. For example, their CSS, and majority of their images. Before their update, the file was called ...
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Whats the best way to present a time duration to user?

We're trying to implement the most effective method of displaying duration it takes for user to complete a puzzle. Looking for simplicity and accuracy. I've added two examples that we've been working ...
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browser geolocation: offer to user automatically?

I have web where content depends a lot on users geolocation. So it would be really nice to use W3C Geolocation API. When I do that, user is asked by browser authorization bar whether allow geolocation ...
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User-friendlier dropdowns with hoverIntent?

Is it a good idea to use hoverIntent (which introduces a slight movement-predicted delay to prevent accidental hover-offs) for user-friendlier dropdowns? ...
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What is the official JavaScript logo/icon? [closed]

Is there an official JavaScript logo/icon or there is no official logo or icon at all? If not, which icon do you consider to be the most representative when refering to JavaScript? I am just curious, ...
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Should a website UI designer know Javascript/JQuery as well as HTML & CSS?

My problem is this, that few people mention that a UI designer should not have knowledge of JavaScript they should only know html and css. But I believe that a UI designer should also have knowledge ...
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Right mouse click, choose delete on website

I'm implementing a javascript folder tree with basic explorer function: add/update/delete. It's like this: [Menu] Add new school +School A -- Class A1 -- Classs A2 -----Student Tom +School B -- ...
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What are the qualities / skills should an User Interface (UI) designer possess? [closed]

1. What are the qualities / skills should an User Interface (UI) designer possess? 2. Please let me know the weightage (Out of 100%) of having Javascript and Jquery skills in UI designer? Example: ...
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Multi-pane code editor with preview: help me find a good compromise between usability and complexity

I am creating a simple web site/app for testing JavScript code in the browser, similar to jsbin.com, jsfiddle.net, and tinkerbin.com. The usual approach is to have 3 code editors (for JS, CSS, and ...