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A simple and conventional way would be the ellipsis. CSS even has the element attribute 'overflow:ellipsis'. http://davidwalsh.name/css-ellipsis http://css-tricks.com/snippets/css/truncate-string-with-ellipsis/ Example My short string My longer string that will get cut ... My other much longer string tha... Working Example on UX Stackexchange This ...


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For starters, I dont agree with your response that you don't have time to set up a domain name. It takes like 10 minutes and would be a worthwhile investment on your behalf since the domain name would be so much more easier to remember rather than a bitly link or even a tr.im link. My suggestion would be have a combination of both a QR code and and the URL ...


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For the scenario i guess you can go for a full stretch URL as a few have suggested provided you make your URLs as short and as readable as possible so that they are easy to read and understand and also mean no threat.


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It depends if the test homepage is created on the same domain. If it is not, then yes, the links would be considered external links. I would either create a call-to-action style homepage that only offers a user a few unique options that directs them to specific pages on the original site, then monitor the user flow through analytics to get an idea of where ...


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I would definitely NOT remove the link from the menu. It sends a very confusing message to the user, and has no indication whatsoever as to your current whereabouts in the navigation tree. That being said, I would disable the link functionality, as it would load the same page again, and unless it's a real-time or dynamic page you wouldn't want that (and ...



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