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I would recommend in the first view if the container show limited caracters of the text (maybe 350 characters, depends on spacings and font size) and add "(more)" at the end of that limited view, which will be followed by buttons under this text. Then you can always make sure that your users will see those buttons, in the meantime they are able to click more ...


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It's called a parallax design. Search online for "define parallax website" and you'll get a number of examples and definitions. FWIW I was banging my head, trying to remember this word, found this question but no one (yet) had the answer. Mercifully, the word then popped in my head: parallax.


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Although @locationunknown has provided one way of doing it, I am not sure how practical or required it would be for your purpose. That approach is widely seen in movie, audio editors where you need to dive deep down to edit bits and pieces and then zoom out to see the effect on a larger scale. Definitely it will provide you highest level of control on your ...


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The one I'd use would be similar to the reputation bar chart that can be found in our profiles here in SE. Though I would add finer controls than just drawing the area every time. Drawing the area is fine but with adjustable end points and draggable selection. Ableton is using a similar concept on their Live software, as seen in this video: ...


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I'am designing a web application, which has a sticky menu and "back to the top" link, so in first time I was against using this nasty statement. It was remind me blog or ..., but finally after researching I come to agree especially in web applications that have different tools in sections, it's so important to use it( don't use it in normal website).WHY? let ...


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Short answer : They should no longer be used! Long answer: Just attempting to understand the rationale here: When sticky navigation is available and selected menu item is highlighted the user has no means by which to know that clicking it again will take them to the top (depends on how familiar users are with sticky menus). In this particular situation ...



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