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Feb
11
comment Why is resizing the browser window bad practice?
Altering the control of the back button actually isn't unacceptable. Gmail and Facebook both do it in several cases where they ajax in new stuff, but want the back button to behave as users expect. I'm pretty sure that just saying "Never ever do this with no exceptions" is always a bad idea. (Hypocrite!). In the askers example, if clicking an action requires a new page, but users don't expect a new page, principle of least astonishment may dictate popping up a new, small window, so the user can see they didn't actually leave.
Dec
31
awarded  Teacher
Dec
31
answered Encouraging the user to enter a value in an optional field?
Sep
17
comment Why this timed-hover “like button”?
@msanford - Yes, but no one is undoing it. His first post has about 50 times the kudos of any other posts. lol
Sep
10
awarded  Supporter