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A simple and conventional way would be the ellipsis. CSS even has the property text-overflow which has ellipsis as an option. 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 ...


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You always want a semantic hierarchy to your page, so people understand the different elements of a page, including the page itself as a container for all these elements. It gives users context. (Often we talk about visual hierarchy, and how we use that information to derive semantic meaning. In the case of HTML and especially when talking about ...


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Please see Animate.css for a list of common animation names.


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So what you actually potentially is not one but two sets of messages. The first one is telling the user that you are loading a script (Attempt 1 of 10), then there is a second message telling the user whether the script has loaded successfully (or you may not want to show anything after), and if it fails then perhaps giving them a choice of whether to ...


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I think the difference has to do with the user side, when logging in you are the one making the attempts, thus you are likely to know what happened and what is happening (i.e. Failed attempt and x attempts left). If a system loads a script, however, the user most likely doesn't know how many attempts were made already. Thus, x out of N is then more ...


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There are two aspects here Do headings help in accessibility : Yes, this is because people with disablites who use screen readers or assertive tools can use shortcuts to quickly jump to headings while scanning content to get an idea of a look and feel of the site and decide on what to read.To quote this webaim article When encountering a lengthy web ...



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