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comment Why not use san-serif fonts on print design?
@Sildoreth Updated the link with the new post location
Sep
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revised Why not use san-serif fonts on print design?
Updated link because page moved
Aug
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awarded  Yearling
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reviewed Approve Show non-logged in users a members only button, but don't allow them to use it?
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reviewed Approve Good practices on sending mass emails
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reviewed Approve Credits or Money?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Necromancer
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comment Do Arabic web browsers have the back/forward buttons reversed?
Is your question about what browsers actually do or what should they do? Because the answers thus far are primarily theoretical, not practical.
Jan
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reviewed Approve What would generic usability heuristics for wearables be like?
Nov
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comment How to build website mockups / interface design?
This looks like any number of software request questions that have been asked and closed as being off topic/not constructive: ux.stackexchange.com/search?q=prototype+tools
Nov
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comment How to simplify this content upload form?
@z-boss - Nope, still looks like a "Site Review" question, which is the exact reason it was put on hold.
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awarded  Good Answer
Sep
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comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
@daniel.sedlacek But by that point, the germs from the door handle are already on your body.
Sep
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comment Why do most public toilet doors open inwards?
You are concerned with the germs on people leaving the restrooms. What about the germs on people that are entering the restrooms? To me, that would be a bigger concern, because more people will have washed their hands after using the restroom than before using it.
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comment What is the casing convention for URL routes?
@AndrewLeach - That is one of the biggest problems with apache - anyone running an apache web server should turn off case-sensitive URLs.