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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.
Apr
21
comment Would I need a mobile website for iPhone as well as iPad?
@continuous When creating responsive sites, the first step is making the mobile version, then building up to the desktop. So you should create the mobile version with that in mind. In that way, the desktop/tablet version can be built "on the side" over time.
Apr
21
comment HTML vs. PDF — What are the Pros and Cons of PDF?
PDFs take more time to be updated and, if downloaded by the user, can't be updated at all.
Apr
21
answered Would I need a mobile website for iPhone as well as iPad?
Apr
9
comment Why is that the most popular sites don't use responsive design (and choose to use a mobile version instead)?
@ToniLeigh You are commenting on a post from over 2 years ago when everything I said was true at the time.
Mar
26
answered What's this style of website called?
Jan
23
comment Terminology for cloud service
The best term is what it is: Administration Panel.
Nov
15
comment More User friendly browsers for new users
No matter his age, these are things that should only take a few minutes to learn and remember. Even if it took a full day of practice, and these really are the only issues, it's a one time thing and you can't do better than any modern browser.
Oct
14
answered Why say “verify you're a human” when only humans can read it?
Oct
12
comment Are there still many people dragging scroll bar to scroll down/up in the webpage?
This is a very good point and reminds me of the many web sites and applications that fade out or hide the scrollbar when it's not in use. You have to scroll just to see where you are rather than just giving it a glance.
Oct
11
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Sep
24
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Aug
13
comment Carousel - To have or not to have images on slides
I thoroughly agree that carousels should never be used without purpose. No one is going to sit on a site waiting for, or clicking through, a list of images or text, especially without knowing where the end is.
Aug
9
comment Keeping comments positive
Sorry to be off topic but I find the idea bad in the first place. It distracts from the music which, I presume, is the reason people came. No one came to read comments on a screen.
Jun
26
answered Responsive design - setting a single breakpoint?
May
12
comment what is the reason behind chrome not implementing this feature?
@JonW No assumptions at all. I guarantee it's true. It's my job to know this stuff. Note I'm not saying no one does that. That's what the exit selection is for but, yes, if it weren't for the web and games, hardly anyone would own a computer today.
May
12
answered what is the reason behind chrome not implementing this feature?
May
9
comment How to test website for large screens?
Without checking, tilt is now standard in Firefox and you don't need the add-on unless that changed very recently.
Apr
28
answered Bathrooms near elevators
Apr
16
comment Screen size to start designing in Android?
Physical size is no indication of resolution so it would be impossible to know what size images to serve.