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31
revised When to use desktop class application on web
Clarified the last sentence
Mar
31
comment What to do if a user attempts to login via facebook when they've never registered?
@MarjanVenema The question isn't clear, but I can see how that may be the meaning. I've tried to clarify it with the Op and will amend my answer once he clarifies the question.
Mar
31
comment What to do if a user attempts to login via facebook when they've never registered?
Do you mean when they don't have a facebook account, or their facebook account doesn't correspond to an account on your system?
Mar
31
answered What to do if a user attempts to login via facebook when they've never registered?
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31
reviewed No Action Needed What to do if a user attempts to login via facebook when they've never registered?
Mar
30
reviewed Reviewed When to use desktop class application on web
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reviewed No Action Needed When to use desktop class application on web
Mar
30
comment Designing the sign-up process?
@AnkitSharma Much better answer now :)
Mar
30
comment Designing the sign-up process?
@StanfordSequeira It's better than one long form, but still not as good as what I explained in my answer.
Mar
30
comment Designing the sign-up process?
This is a good suggestion, but doesn't address the question. Please address the question and give reasoning / justification for your answer.
Mar
30
answered Designing the sign-up process?
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30
revised Designing the sign-up process?
lots of changes
Mar
30
comment Designing the sign-up process?
Please only ask one question at a time. I've removed the second part (about genuine products), but suggest that you ask it as a separate question.
Mar
30
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Mar
29
revised What's better for invitation emails: a temporary password or a one-time login url?
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Mar
29
answered What's better for invitation emails: a temporary password or a one-time login url?
Mar
29
answered Why do menu labels behave differently in desktop applications and websites?
Mar
29
comment When designing a responsive layout is it right to assume the iPad layout will be the same as the desktop?
@Reloaded It really depends on your design. Some designs work well when using the same layout for portrait and landscape. It's not a hard and fast rule, just something that you may need to do.
Mar
29
revised When designing a responsive layout is it right to assume the iPad layout will be the same as the desktop?
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29
answered When designing a responsive layout is it right to assume the iPad layout will be the same as the desktop?