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Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
@DigiKev I totally see your point; however at this point your are arguing semantics. :P breadcrumbs in the literal sense is a 'history' of what path I have taken to end up on this page. This type of tracking has very few use-cases in Web 2.0 (it has some, and is very useful to them). So +1 for calling it out correctly. -1 for kicking a dead horse.
Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
Thanks! That is exactly the type of reassurance I needed to move past this - I was not for or against either way of life. Just needed someone to make the call for me (with a logical argument). As for the unrelated question regarding active pages... It just looked redundant to me to show >> Inventory when Inventory is already displayed as active.. but I can see your point here, it may look odd to me but the more I look at the more I notice other sites/apps function the same.
Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
login page.. there will eventually be a short little info blurb on it. but for now.. login page -> dashboard
Jan
27
asked Breadcrumbs and selected page
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comment Should a website directed towards programmers and code enthusiasts require IE8 (and earlier) support?
Chrome and FF give you a nice little reminder ;)
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answered What's the point in electronic devices beeping on keypress?