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I have came across few interfaces which use java script overlay window to display enlarged images. These overlay windows carry controls to navigate forward and back but lack a CLOSE button. You cannot close by clicking outside the image (on overlay windows itself) and there is no CROSS or Close button to click. You can close overlay mode by clicking on the ...
Right Top corner. Reasons: 70 - 90 % of world population is right handed. So easy for right thumb to press it. In OS point of view more than 70% of world population are used to Windows OS on which it's to the top right corner and people usually search there. You can place it on Right bottom corner(like few android browsers introduce URL bar at the bottom ...
i would suggest the "X" to be placed on the right side. as the action perform the least priority to close or leave the page and hope in your application it represent to close the page. Better to align it on the right side of the screen.
Ghost buttons are primarily a visual treatment of an element. In this regard there isn't a direct reason not to use it for a drop-down menu. Compared to solid buttons ghost buttons have low visual prominence. In that regard, ghost buttons can be used in conjunction with solid buttons if it supports the brand, existing UI and especially the visual hierarchy ...
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