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Nov
24
accepted What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
Nov
24
answered What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
Nov
13
comment Why do modern keyboards have Scroll Lock?
That toy in the photograph, despite being expensive, is certainly not a high-end keyboard! You might want this, and yes it has a Scroll Lock.
Nov
13
comment Why Ctrl + C for copy but not Ctrl + P for paste?
I'm sure the OP would just love VIM! p for paste, y for yank (copy). It's by far the most intuitive software available! :wq
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
12
comment How to convince a client that the website doesn’t need to be too animation-driven to stand out?
Some users, such as myself, won't even stick around to see what happens after the animation. The animation sends the following message to the user: "This website has either been designed by a twelve year old, or has not been updated since Altavista was king". I come for content, not shiny. My time is too valuable to watch an animation.
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
28
comment Should users be allowed to use any special character they want when creating a password?
@JanDvorak: Nice! Unfortunately PHP was only the example. Perl had it even worse.
Jan
27
answered Should users be allowed to use any special character they want when creating a password?
Dec
27
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Dec
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Dec
19
comment What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
I added a few examples to illustrate that it is often the main content of the site which is grey, not secondary information.
Dec
19
revised What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
Another example.
Dec
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revised What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
Add additional example.
Nov
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asked What is the reason for small, lightly coloured text?
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
17
comment Why is it called the fold?
With this question, I am an old man.
Oct
14
comment About fullscreen scrolling webpages
The mediafire one is a bit better for scrolling, but still not perfect. There is some overlap of 'frames' when scrolling. And as another poster mentioned, the information density is so low as to be maddening!