How do you communicate the location of a user in a tabbed environment when they've navigated to a page that can't be described using an existing tab?
In my web app, there are 4 static tabs that follow you everywhere you go. The active tab is white while the inactive tabs are gray. Nothing ground-breaking there. But from certain tabs, you can ...
The user profile in the app I'm building is across a few tabs, however, I've had a situation where I feel the expected save functionality will be inconsistent across tabs. Most of my tabs look ...
I work on a web application that allows users to create tabs and fill them with modules that display analytic data. So one tab may have a series of bar graphs, and another may have a group of tables. ...
We have a web application that allows users to query a database. The results are returned in a breadcrumb style interface. We brought this change in at a new version, and our users have been ...
I'm building a website where my users will have to enter their code quite often. Along with other data (title, tags) the user will enter anywhere from one line of code to an entire block of up to 100 ...