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Developer, designer from Cork, Ireland working for Teamwork.



Sep
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comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
@Kris Yes. Also accessible and valid.
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Sep
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comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
I'm going to go with a table I think
Sep
7
comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
@JohnGB but using a hypen like that surely isn't very accessible?
Sep
7
comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
@Alex but if I use CSS to hide them won't screen-headers still read if as rows 1-4?
Sep
7
comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
So you're suggesting this? ...<li>3 -Luke 234 </li><li>...</li><li>59 - You 45</li></ul>
Sep
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Sep
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comment How to correctly encode a leaderboard with a gap in HTML
I'm asking for the markup. could you elaborate? Are you suggesting an ordered list and then a paragraph/unordered list/table or what?
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Jun
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comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
@Matt Recognition
Jun
10
comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
I wouldn't say so. I think what'll happen is I'll have to come up with a proposal and my boss (non-technical) will accept it or not
Jun
10
comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
It's safe to assume all the space on the right will be taken up. The page isn't too long and my boss wants a likebox, twitter feed and a big enough ad in there. 1st suggestion: wouldn't that lead to confusion? And is it bad to place them in a group so tightly like that anyway? (that was part of the question, I might have worded it incorrectly). 2nd suggestion: I don't want to lose the recognition the Facebook "Like" button/logo has by hiding it behind a share button.
Jun
10
comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
Ok but they are all different sizes. And they are official buttons, e.g. the Facebook "Like" button, unlike SEs custom share button
Jun
9
comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
@jonshariat It's not my design. I'd be ashamed if it was haha
Jun
9
comment How to align social buttons without losing vertical space?
It's an overview page I guess. Each company has it's a page like this each. Someone might want to like this company, as opposed to having likes and shares on each product related to that company we sell. "The social buttons are not over on the right-hand side or even on the right-hand side of the table (above the products) just to save confusion" between the like and tweet button for the current page and the like/follow/etc buttons/widgets on the right for us/our company/our overall site
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