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Jun
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answered Should we use hash tags (with a #) in content titles when that content is often shared on Twitter?
May
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Apr
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comment Why do showers have “hot” and “cold” knobs rather than “temperature” and “quantity” knobs?
The one in the picture comes with rate flow. The "SHR" setting at the bottom has "Lo" and "Hi" indicating the rate flow. I've never seen one that doesn't come with some sort of rate flow.
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Jan
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Jan
22
revised Is it worth having custom 404 pages for different features of a web app?
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Jan
22
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Jan
21
comment Is it worth having custom 404 pages for different features of a web app?
The status code matters for non-human visitors such as search engine bots. Google for example expunges 410 gone pages more quickly than 404 pages which makes it less likely that users would get to such pages. The magic numbers do matter.
Jan
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Jan
21
answered Is it worth having custom 404 pages for different features of a web app?
Jan
21
comment Is it worth having custom 404 pages for different features of a web app?
A specific message on the 404 page would be very helpful in cases in which content was removed or expired. In those cases you might want to consider a "410 Gone" status instead of 404 though.
Jan
21
comment Is it worth having custom 404 pages for different features of a web app?
You say no" but then the error message you propose is actually specific to meeting as opposed to other types. I think you mean "yes", but be careful what you put on those pages.
Jan
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Dec
11
comment Should we use hash tags (with a #) in content titles when that content is often shared on Twitter?
Yes, I have personal reservations about this practice as well. I'm hoping for some data about how users would react to it, or at the very least, the experience of somebody that has tried something similar.
Nov
12
revised Might a design be “too good” for users that expect a low price?
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Nov
11
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Oct
16
comment Why is it called the fold?
It has nothing to do with delivery. When delivered, newspapers were/are usually rolled up. Newspaper vending machines (news racks) displayed folded newspapers. The portion above the fold was very important to get people interested in buying the paper from the vending machine. Photo: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newspaper_vending_machine#mediaviewer/…
Sep
11
revised Should we use hash tags (with a #) in content titles when that content is often shared on Twitter?
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