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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What do you call a controll that gives the user the ability to match two lists?

Imagine two lists: colors objects Each of those lists has several dozens values. Is there a known UI widget that gives you the functionality to macth elements from one list to elements in the ...
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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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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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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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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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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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What is a good approach to reordering table rows from a usability standpoint? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Most intuitive way to offer manual sorting? I have a web application that uses many table rows. Each row typically has an ordering field, and the client just put a ...
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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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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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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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Certificate/Diploma in UX/UI/IxD [closed]

I am looking for a certificate/diploma course in UX/UI development. Basically, I think I am good in design as well as programming. Right now I have a job as an Interactive Developer and I get to work ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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: ...