New answers tagged data-tables
Here's a study by the NNGroup that talks about User's Pagination Preference: Many sites let users choose how many items they’ll see on each page. This is often overkill, as when pop-up menus let users View 10, 20, 30, 40 items per screen. ... It’s usually better to offer a single default number—such as 10 or 20—and supplement it with View All for ...
In HTML/CSS we just add an icon :after an external link object. There's no reason you couldn't use a similar visual protocol in an app to indicate additional information. I've always found simple, universal visual cues like a link arrow or in information icon to be most effective in making this simple/critical point.
What kind of data are you making available on hover that can't be placed into a column? By adding the hover info, you are essentially creating "work" by having the info only available on demand and only on the Desktop experience. Hover should only be used for secondary and non-critical information as it's not a very future-safe convention. Here's how I ...
Stick the 'more info'/'read more' (or similar) icon/text on the column when the user hovers it. Add "..." at the end of the columns text to highlight that there's more info to be seen. The "..." could preferably use another color than the text to highlight that it's not a part of the text itself.
Escape should cancel what can clearly be considered as 'the current active task'. It essentially means stop but also quit, exit, cancel or abort. It's used to stop an edit without change or close a transient dialog without altering data. Escape should never be considered a sequential historical operation. It is not an alternative, replacement or substitute ...
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