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Elements running from the viewport perimeter, is there a name for that functionality?

So you know how if you right click on your desktop, the menu will appear either at the top-left, top-right, bottom-left, bottom-right depending on where your cursor is on the page? (<select> ...
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vote
1answer
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Handling the branching/switching between incomplete tasks

How should I handle branching to a distinct task whilst the first remains incomplete? As a specific example, I have a web application where I am able to create appointments on my schedule. These ...
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2answers
207 views

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 ...
6
votes
4answers
515 views

How to avoid pagination when an items list is very large (Webapp)?

We have a web application for correcting automatically-detected mistakes in translation documents. Those are split into sentences and their amount can be up to hundred thousands (its not even closely ...
6
votes
2answers
187 views

Measurement to use when designing for desktop and mobile

I am currently working on a web based administration interface which has a lot of controls, such as sliders, check boxes, input fields, etcetera. The interface should work on desktops, tablets and ...
3
votes
1answer
616 views

HTML table cell wrapping issue

One of the problems in a tabular representation of data, is text wrapping inside cells. There are some options available, like: Fixing the width of the columns, and enlarging the rows height to ...
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1answer
272 views

Can this double picker be achieved by a web app (not a native app)?

Can this double picker be achieved by a web app in HTML (not a native app)?
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3answers
880 views

HTML templates for web applications [closed]

There are a lot of sites with free templates for homepages. These are often too simple for web applications, which have sometimes a lot of deeper nested content. For example. An application view ...