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comment Showing legal disclaimers on submit
"By submitting this form, you agree..." can work fine, but according to an attorney who spoke at NJ Tech Meetup on this, it's not legally as strong as a user actively indicating that they agree to terms.
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comment Should we provide “back” button for mobile website?
Regarding "site hierarchy with links" (aka "breadcrumbs") on mobile, see ux.stackexchange.com/questions/16210/…
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comment Is a back button a good idea for mobile?
After posting this, found ux.stackexchange.com/questions/7216/… and ux.stackexchange.com/questions/16545/… (not sure why they didn't appear in my initial search query)
Jan
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comment Is a back button a good idea for mobile?
thanks, but I'm not sure I'd assume "done" takes me to the previous page, as a back button would. Looking fwd to others' comments.
Jan
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revised Is a back button a good idea for mobile?
Originally asked about breadcrumbs and back button on mobile, but found very good breadcrumbs answer here http://ux.stackexchange.com/questions/16210/breadcrumbs-ok-to-use-on-mobile-site?rq=1
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asked Is a back button a good idea for mobile?
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comment Is this “safe scrolling area” for a mobile menu, so users don't accidentally click an option while scrolling, a good idea/user experience?
It's just my experience on the mobile Web - no specific example stands out among the rest. I very often scroll and accidentally click while intending to scroll.
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accepted Is “chars” a universally understandable abbreviation for “characters”?
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comment Is this “safe scrolling area” for a mobile menu, so users don't accidentally click an option while scrolling, a good idea/user experience?
Apologies I wasn't clear - this isn't one single website, but happens very often on lots of different sites using Safari on my iPhone 4.
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comment Is this “safe scrolling area” for a mobile menu, so users don't accidentally click an option while scrolling, a good idea/user experience?
It's generally not an app, but the mobile version of a website in a mobile browser. The example above isn't for an app, but also for a mobile website.
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asked Is it clear to non-tech users that “share page” on this mockup means share the page user was on when menu was clicked