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There may not be a universal rule that can be applied, since the reaction of a user to the text input size will relate to the task they wish to accomplish, and their expectations of the application / site. Usability testing with your target users is probably the only way to accurately guage their particular expectations.
If the form is read-only: It is always best to recommended to right align the labels and left align the values of the variables. Do make sure there is at least 3 between the labels and the values for better readability. If the form is write: Same positioning, however, indicate required fields by placing a star before the labels. Make sure ...
Punctuation is not part of the link, so it should be excluded. I don’t see how this could even be a problem. The link text may appear in various contexts, for example in a list of all links on a page, or as read by a speech-based user agent in links reading mode. It may also be highlighted on mouseover or when clicked. Thus, any punctuation that is not ...
I agree, it will mostly come down to a preference and style issues. For example, if you have links styled with underlines, some special characters (like superscript) can look awkward: Trademark™
The NN Group published an article about using photos on the web, but it also covers off where people look on webpages with one of the findings covered off a large Bio page - a photo of each of the employees and a brief blurb about them all. All on one long page (the screenshot below is split into three, but in reality it is one long page). Here, the ...
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