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Try changing the user's perception If you have a sidebar that is flush with the edges of the window, it will be perceived as part of page layout and users may consequently: Expect it to be present on other pages. Be surprised or disoriented when it's missing. To fix this, you can try to visually disconnect it from page layout and make it part of page ...


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I would convert the sidebar to an off-canvas vertical slider that toggles to view on click or hover. So that way, you can simply hide the toggle button without having to fiddle with the sidebar as it will be off-canvas while still maintaining a consistent look with other pages.


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In similar situations I've removed the sidebar, and centred the content area whilst keeping it the same width (to maintain a consistent number of characters per line). So the space that would have been the sidebar is now split left and right. This does depend on the overall design though, and whether it sits nicely with the other layouts.


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For consistency and to avoid an uncomfortably long line length, I would maintain the same layout and leave that column empty. There's little value in filling the whitespace for the sake of filling the whitespace, unless the empty space makes the layout look broken to such an extent that it is distracting.


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If you think about the purpose of a wizard, it is really there to ensure that the user is able to complete a complex workflow accurately without missing any crucial steps. This fine if the process is does not need to be carried out frequently, and that there are not a lot of other irrelevant or optional steps involved. If you create a wizard that contains ...


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The three major considerations that will have to be weighed up for your project are: Complexity of information - datagrids are suitable for information that has more or less a linear nature or hierarchy, or at least nothing to deep. So when you apply the rule in the style guide you probably shouldn't be applying only scrolling or pagination because it ...



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