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I'm all about (misspelling) hmtl, and XU too.


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revised Breadcrumbs: OK to use on mobile site?
Minor formatting
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accepted What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
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comment How important is it to show profile picture of a person in the header?
Doesn't answer the question, but actually very good points
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comment What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
You could include that the website's server can be configured to automatically force PDFs to download instead of being viewed in the browser — some browsers also download PDFs by default
May
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accepted Navigation menu with only one drop-down child — intuitive or not?
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comment What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
No problem, the PDF icon could also be included as a CSS background image, which doesn't have an alt attribute — so using that for "Save as a <icon>" wouldn't be good.
May
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comment What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
Commands in .htaccess are only relevant if it's an Apache server (Windows IIS will have other commands), but a good answer otherwise!
May
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comment What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
I would posit that Gmail's footer is aimed more at power users
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revised What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
added 287 characters in body
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revised What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
added 287 characters in body
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asked What is the most familiar wording of linking to a PDF file?
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comment Navigation menu with only one drop-down child — intuitive or not?
Great points, you covered important stuff!
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comment Navigation menu with only one drop-down child — intuitive or not?
I like this, very creative!