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comment Confusion with private messaging system
thanks Evan, that's a good point! :)
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answered 'Sponsored Links' impact on conversion rate
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comment Tooltip with copy to clipboard action
what about mobile users? there is no :hover effect on a touchscreen device...
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comment Should a confirmation of the style “Your message has been deleted” be green, yellow, red?
thanks, Eric! interesting, did not know that about China... very weird, as red is widely and commonly being used for error messages, or am I wrong?
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accepted Should a confirmation of the style “Your message has been deleted” be green, yellow, red?
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comment Should a confirmation of the style “Your message has been deleted” be green, yellow, red?
oh OK, I see... that is probably the point, if you want to get user attention, then yellow or red... so you say the user already had to confirm that the messages would be deleted, so green is fine... thank you for that insight! :)
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revised What is the best way to display many fields on a page?
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comment Should a confirmation of the style “Your message has been deleted” be green, yellow, red?
yes, I would show a modal dialog box which requires the user to confirm, you are right. This would then be the notification that the messages have been deleted (in case some error might occur, e.g. connection timeout, they would receive a "your messages could not be deleted...")
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comment What is the best way to display many fields on a page?
100 fields to describe a property?? What is the goal of this site? With "field", do you mean a headline and a text of multiple lines or is one field only 1 line?
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asked Should a confirmation of the style “Your message has been deleted” be green, yellow, red?
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revised Why do large websites redirect away from their 'pretty' urls?
retag: website-design has nothing to do with URls shown in the browser
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answered Why do large websites redirect away from their 'pretty' urls?
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comment Can poor image quality have a negative effect on user experience even though it improves the website's performance?
@Kwiz: sorry, my fault... you are right, there is a png image involved. Don't know why I did not see it when I looked at the menu first and where and why I read that no img was involved... however, the png image is just for this glance effect and it still looks very nice without it. So, nevertheless, the point was, using CSS(3) wherever possible could help reduce the use of images and improve loading time dramatically...
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comment Do website visitors return to the homepage once they're inside the site?
exactly, it is all about what you put on the homepage and if you actually call it "home"...