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Jan
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awarded  Nice Question
Jan
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awarded  Scholar
Jan
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accepted Should a “view more” button move down when the pane expands?
Jan
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comment Should a “view more” button move down when the pane expands?
It's part of an event page which shows information such as a detailed timetable (e.g. for a meeting) so having everything expanded - it's indeed information most people won't need - would waste quite some space.
Jan
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comment Should a “view more” button move down when the pane expands?
That's exactly the first thing I thought when seeing the button move down ;)
Jan
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awarded  Student
Jan
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asked Should a “view more” button move down when the pane expands?
Feb
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comment Wording for the “edit” link text
Let's start butchering some SO posts. :D
Nov
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comment Google Chrome extensions and revenue without ads
What you are talking about is pretty much crapware. More tech-savvy users will not tolerate this and probably uninstall your extension. IF you add something like this make sure it's disabled by default and users have to enable it in the extension settings. Don't force it on them (e.g. by disabling features if people don't enable the ads).
Sep
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
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awarded  Supporter
Jul
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comment Why don't users want to see adverts relating to products/services they might be interested in?
Search for porn at time X, search for a recipe at time Y while your mother is watching your back. Do you want to see pr0n-related ads at time Y? ;)
Jun
24
comment How do left-handed people hold smartphones?
See ux.stackexchange.com/questions/346/… - the second answer sounds quite likely. tl;dr: They use the right hand, too.
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awarded  Excavator
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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revised Is it better to put the action in the href or in an onclick event?
fix a typo
Apr
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suggested approved edit on Is it better to put the action in the href or in an onclick event?
Apr
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comment Is it better to put the action in the href or in an onclick event?
onlcick? onlick? :p
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer