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There are two reasons why some websites make the logout button difficult to find: Ignorance - for example designed by an engineer who doesn't know about user experience. Deliberate - for example this is dark ux pattern, deliberately designed to confuse because it benefits the company in some way. However in the situation you describe this does not sound ...


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Short answer; no. There have been numerous tests and articles which show that, because it is so common that links are blue (even though this isn't necessarily the best color to use for a link), people will treat blue text like a link, and will get confused by this. It will especially be bad for your website's user experience if you use blue-text links in ...


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The 2 most popular ways of indicating misspelled text are to underline it with either red dotted line or red wavy line – the practice adopted by word processors and browsers. The easiest way is to set dotted underline: just apply border-bottom: dotted 1px red property to your <span> element. The implementation of wavy line is a way trickier: ...


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What you should be doing is emphasizing what is most important. I'm assuming that in this case it is the hyperlink. Make sure everything has the same styling, that way the hyperlink will stand out more. What you should also do is make people want to click it. Give it some provocative copy writing such as "...help us by committing.." or something of that ...


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Generally emphasized should be the core parts of description instead of only description. Why? Because you want to attract user's attention with emphasizing only description there is no difference between other part of content, emphasizing the hyperlink this is not a good idea. Emphasizing is for distinguish the core part of content. However for forum the ...


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I think your lack of space mainly comes from the fact that you have chosen to arrange the table/list view with the button as an additional column, which is the sensible thing to do but unfortunately you also have to accommodate wide columns due to the length of names. An alternate layout design is to have the actions at the bottom of the row and still ...


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I think that the actual problem is that there is no naming convention in the Forum names and thus you can't create an effective abbreviation or short code for the whole forum name route ( unless there is and I can't see it ). If there was, you could just use those abbreviations. Supposing that phrases like "01 Artbeitsgreppe Datenshcutz und Revision" and ...


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So, for example, in the last line: "John Doe 5 6forumshared services > 01 Artbeitsgreppe Datenshcutz und Revision The number 06 and the number 01 are they particulars articles? If yes... I think you can use your own solution just display the forum where the user gets the rights and when you (ADMIN is right?) ...



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