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Aug
12
answered Where to place Logo, left or middle?
Aug
3
comment Should I use a single or double space after a period?
I wish I could write a full answer but this is one of those things I learned long ago from reading a few articles from authoritative sources. Use one space. I don't remember the reason two spaces were used in the first place, I'm sure Google has the answer for that, but that reason no longer exists so, use one space.
Aug
3
comment Is it time for parallax scrolling to die?
@CoDEmanX There are no drawbacks to something that solves a design or user interface problem. You can't say you won't use parallax cause it's parallax any more than saying you won't use the color purple cause many people don't like the color purple. If the color purple is what draws people's attention to an alert, for example, better than the color red then purple it should be. The same is true for parallax. If it does the job better than anything else, then use parallax and don't ignore it just because it's parallax.
Aug
3
comment Is it time for parallax scrolling to die?
@CoDEmanX Haven't a clue what you're talking about.
Aug
3
comment Is it time for parallax scrolling to die?
@tohster I've not found a reason to use parallax yet but, if I find a place where it does something for me that I need, I'll use it.
Aug
2
answered Is it time for parallax scrolling to die?
Jul
2
comment Do People Prefer to watch TV/Movies on Tablets larger than 8 inches?
As one who used to work in film and TV, and am still on the fringes, we cringe at the very thought of tablets themselves.
Jun
26
comment Is a larger font size friendlier for new computer users?
This is the first I've ever heard that.
Jun
25
answered Is there a need to develop for IE8 and earlier?
Jun
8
comment Should voting buttons on SE float down when scrolling?
@Andy Then that makes it for the users. My opinion is that it's a distraction, made me wonder why it was floating next to the comments as I scrolled down, and didn't make me want to vote.
Jun
7
comment Should voting buttons on SE float down when scrolling?
I don't understand the point of it. What is the purpose? Why do I need it as a user?
Jun
6
answered What is the recommended minimal margin for text to the border of the screen on a phone?
Jun
5
comment How wide should a responsive-designed website be?
W3Schools information is based on visitors to W3Schools, who are generally web developers, and nothing else so this information should not be used to represent the general public.
Jun
3
comment Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
The question is not, "How do you represent a color?"
Jun
3
answered Why are X, Y and Z axes represented by Red, Green, and Blue?
May
29
answered What is an acceptable page width for a semi-responsive website?
May
15
comment Why is Google using a (new) 2 step Gmail sign in process?
I would think this also slows down any bots or humans attempting to crack it, too.
Apr
28
comment How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
That you can get your markup to work as far back as IE6 without issue tells us that your markup is very basic. Even 10 years ago I questioned why people thought IE6 was so great when markup I wrote, that worked in Firefox 0.9, wouldn't work in IE. A casual perusal of caniuse.com will show that what I said is far from opinion as others also noted.
Apr
27
comment How to determine the oldest browser version to support before you have users
While that was true long ago, there was a major functionality shift between IE8 and IE9 such that many won't support IE8 and under or charge more for it.
Apr
21
comment HTML vs. PDF — What are the Pros and Cons of PDF?
@MaxWyss My thought was along the lines of someone downloading your document but that document gets updated with new content, error fixes, changed dates, or what have you. Many people don't re-download pdfs once they have them but, if the content is viewed online, they have no choice but to see the current view.