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Feb
18
comment When client and server side validations occur, doesn't it make for a better UX to only do server validations?
I'm becoming more convinced these days that this works best for most forms, especially with the ubiquity of AJAX, and the increased ease of coding asynchronous server calls in most development platforms. I'd leave full-page server side validation to very heavy, data intensive, entry forms (which are becoming less common, due to improved UX design practices).
May
28
awarded  Autobiographer
May
28
revised Usability research on sticky headers?
fixed grammar
May
28
suggested approved edit on Usability research on sticky headers?
May
28
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May
28
revised Why do sites split 'password' and 'username' retrieval into two separate operations?
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May
28
suggested approved edit on Why do sites split 'password' and 'username' retrieval into two separate operations?
Feb
28
comment Why is resizing the browser window bad practice?
"I think if that method were totally evil and useless, the browsers venders had already disabled that method, but they didn't." @Sangdol, they just can't just do that. There are sites that have depended on this for a long time. That doesn't mean it's good practice. Just that they can't dictate at a whim to remove it without considering the consequences.
Nov
15
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