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Aug
13
comment Group zebra striping in a dynamic table
Chart junk... I wouldn't say so if it helps to see the groups faster. Take a look at this table compared with this other one. I personally find the one with group colors much clear.
Aug
12
asked Group zebra striping in a dynamic table
Jun
9
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
I believe most of the points described in this answer are a bit out of date. Navigation with scroll bar is possible. Low density is not really a problem in many cases. It is no longer an unfamiliar paradigm and a fallback based on width or height is available now to turn the site to a normal one.
Jan
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Dec
8
revised The goods of forcing the user to follow a path
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Dec
8
comment The goods of forcing the user to follow a path
Now I'm asking more about the pros of using it in advert kind of websites. Nothing about he cons :) As it seems the cons are not enough for those companies to reject those kind of sites.
Dec
8
revised The goods of forcing the user to follow a path
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Dec
8
asked The goods of forcing the user to follow a path
Nov
13
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
I think this is quite a nice improvement that deals with the navigation problem: alvarotrigo.com/fullPage/examples/scrollBar.html
Nov
6
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@fredsbend because as you can read in that same page. It is JUST A DEMO... :D
Oct
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Oct
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Oct
15
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@dan1111 In reply to your last update, check out this example.
Oct
14
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
That's just a reproduction... it is not perfect as its said in the last section... Take a look at the other real sites I posted, such as the one used by mediaFire.
Oct
14
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Oct
14
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Oct
14
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@cpt_fink as I said before, this pages don't have to force you to their experience. There are normal menus in some of them so the user can decide where to go.
Oct
14
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@andrewb thanks for the info :)
Oct
14
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
@DA01 I'm not sure that be consider a mystery meat navigation anymore. Any kid will be able to understand it nowadays since the sliders became popular in websites time ago.