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Jun
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awarded  Caucus
Aug
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answered Should users of a social app be required to send/accept friend requests?
Jun
9
answered Should I trim spaces in passwords?
Jun
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answered How to sort on a single column; OR multiple columns at once
Jun
3
comment Why is everybody using Facebook, is it good marketing or good usability?
@DJClayworth - Herd behavior seems somewhat appropriate. On a site such as Facebook, most people connect not only with their in-person friends, but also complete strangers based on shared interest, or "friend-of-a-friend-of-a-friend" associations. For example, I have several cousins on Facebook, all of whom have many hundred "friends" - I promise you they have not actually met or spoken to most of those people.
May
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awarded  Teacher
May
16
answered Multiple input boxes on a search form - And/Or Functionality
May
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awarded  Supporter
May
12
comment When are drop-down menus really necessary?
+1 with the edited material - thanks for the clarification @Phil.
May
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comment When are drop-down menus really necessary?
would you please elaborate a little with regard to your first 'con'? You say 'This means it should never be used for navigation purpose.', but isn't navigation a prime use of menus (example: hongkiat.com/blog/…)? Or are you referring to drop-down lists?
May
12
comment Best organization option for handling a multi-level gallery or portfolio?
While I did not ultimately end up using the domain7 example for my cousin's site, the suggestion gave me enough to think about to lead me to an acceptable solution for now - one that can be modified in the future if he becomes wildly successful. Thanks for your help @Kym.
May
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awarded  Scholar
May
12
accepted Best organization option for handling a multi-level gallery or portfolio?
May
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comment Best organization option for handling a multi-level gallery or portfolio?
This is a decent alternative. The grid layout of projects on the initial page is similar to what I considered as "option 2". I am not sure going to a separate page for each project gallery is the option I am looking for, however. I was thinking that it was a preferable to maintain a "window-browsing" stance with this section of the site, as opposed to the "museum" concept of going to separate areas to look at specific items. But overall, this gives me an additional option to try, and does have some nice characteristics. Thanks Kym!
May
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awarded  Student
May
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asked Best organization option for handling a multi-level gallery or portfolio?