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Web dev working with HTML5, CSS3, ExpressionEngine, jQuery, Ajax


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awarded  Popular Question
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accepted Is there a point to paginating articles online?
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awarded  Good Question
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comment Is there a point to paginating articles online?
What convenience do you find in pagination?
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revised Is there a point to paginating articles online?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Is there a point to paginating articles online?
Your second point is excellent.
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comment Is there a point to paginating articles online?
That's what I'm afraid of. The problem, of course, is clients don't realize that, and they think it's normal or the "right way" to do long-article page design.
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asked Is there a point to paginating articles online?
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comment Removing placeholder text on focus
@BenBrocka, I agree with you about the text color. It should be lighter to indicate it is not the final text.
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awarded  Critic
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comment Removing placeholder text on focus
Right, but it's not any less useable this way, right?
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comment Removing placeholder text on focus
In this case, the designer was going for as clean a look as possible, so he opted for showing just placeholder text rather than the label above, but we wanted to ensure that once the field was focused, there would be no confusion.
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accepted Is including the link when a user copies and pastes an article title bad UX?
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answered Removing placeholder text on focus
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comment Is including the link when a user copies and pastes an article title bad UX?
It's certainly similar enough that my question may be considered a duplicate. The quality of answers on that question are also very good. As far as answering my question, it seems to further the sentiment brought forth in the answers below, which amounts to "yes and no."
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