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Feb
10
comment Back button (or similar) and breadcrumbs, or just breadcrumbs
and When I say considered.. I mean implemented, reviewed, mulled over some more, talked about, taken out, put back in, talked about some more, dropped (it was a busy afternoon :P) .
Feb
10
comment Back button (or similar) and breadcrumbs, or just breadcrumbs
Inline editing was considered but ultimately discarded and a separate form for each page was used. The separate page offers more celerity to the intended purpose, Information landing page is just for viewing information; And the limited number of elements that can be edited will have links in a sub menu, not seemingly randomly placed next to or by the associated field.
Feb
10
comment How do you sort a list of languages?
Given the unknown (which is what languages the user actually knows), Each language option displayed in its' language would be the most sensible. If you understand Hebrew you will notice עברית.. if you don't you will not. It is a case where an assumption has to be made, and that assumption should always favor the easier to not make a mistake option. (I will be sure not to click 'עברית' however 'Hebrew' might be mistaken for another language also written in english)
Feb
10
comment Back button (or similar) and breadcrumbs, or just breadcrumbs
that is why I thought of the 'back' button... I am still looking at your idea here though. Once I get a chance to see how it looks and feels I'll get back to you.
Feb
10
comment Back button (or similar) and breadcrumbs, or just breadcrumbs
now the page before that is 'Dashboard' witch opens 'Account Information' but has other 'submenu' links similar to that of 'Account Information', so for consistency I had not put a link to the landing page(index). your suggested design would be more consistent with a tree menu would it not?
Feb
10
comment How do you sort a list of languages?
ux.stackexchange.com/questions/17064/…
Feb
10
comment How do you sort a list of languages?
I always hate it when I change a language setting by accident and then the list jumps to the language selected.. now I have to find 'english' in hebrew.
Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
internal application, boss is a customer. :P
Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
At first my assumption was to build a hierarchical link system (under the pretence of 'breadcrumbs'), however now that I'm considering the wins/loses of the other approach. The only case I can see (and i'll likely just hack around it) is there will be a section where browser history (GET request) will need to be tracked for a maximum of three pages. (user clicks on A, sets some request vars, clicks on B -> C-> back to A (I want to remember the vars) - if I were to implement what you are talking about here would be the only place i would need it.
Jan
27
comment Breadcrumbs and selected page
+1, That is a very sensible approach. I made the mistake of asking the boss what he prefers and he said 'show the top level pages in breadcrumbs'
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
Sep
14
comment Should a website directed towards programmers and code enthusiasts require IE8 (and earlier) support?
Chrome and FF give you a nice little reminder ;)