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At the bottom Take a look to the image below, and you'll see how placing the button on top will be more difficult than placing it on bottom, even requiring both hands in order to perform a simple touch action But this is not the only reason (although it's really important) The close action has to come AFTER the content or at least on a position that ...


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I would put the close button in the centered at the bottom of the screen. This is seen in notification panels of Android < 5 and all recent iOS versions. The same concept is put into the Snapchat menu. You click the menu icon (the ghost) which is located top and center and the menu drops from the top. You can see the menu close button at the bottom center:...


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Depending on device the ideal placement would differ slightly. As android has a bigger screen the bottom would be best as its closest to your thumb, where as iphones are smaller thus buttons can be up around the top of screen without there being too much of a reach. But considering the user has tapped at the top middle section of the screen, I would say the ...


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This might be a bit of overkill for your needs but it's worth mentioning. Ludei makes a tool called Cocoon JS for wrapping up HTML5 apps in a native container with special enhancements for HTML5 canvas and WebGL (and much more)... But as part of their tooling they enable you to "upload" a zip file of your page and all related assets for testing on your ...



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