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Web often refers to content on the internet accessed by a web browser.

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WebView or open in a browser for user guide

In an android app I have user guide section, where some helpful info is shown to the user. These helpful information are in form of web pages. So I am planning to show web content to the user. I could ...
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Is showing the same shape for different purposes a bad practice?

For instance, in this image I am using a line for both dividers and inputs. Could there be any kind of confusion? Maybe it's a better idea showing coloured lines, like this Or to change the shape ...
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Users want to create tables with many columns and infinite scrolling rows - how do we handle this?

I have a situation where users are capable of creating their own searches on extensive data sets, using a query-like user interface. Our users come from a strong Excel background and are used to ...
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How to effectively get data from onboarding process?

We currently have a very basic onboarding process when signing up for the platform. It consists of 3 screens: Welcomes you to the platform Asks to input personal data (Birthday, gender, city they ...
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How can I promote a child website?

We have 2 websites - let's call them website A and B. Website A is about event management and website B is about sustainable events, so they are very similar, albeit with slightly different themes/...
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tab menu + side panel - how to organize menu and “context menu”

I have a dashboard, with tab menu (tabs over the content) and a side panel with a vertical menu. My question is: I would like to make one menu (tab or side panel) as first level menu and the other ...
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How long should I wait before animating the navigation bar in/out when the user scrolls?

I'm currently working on a new design for a site and I've encountered a problem I've never found before. I want to collapse the navigation bar up when the user scrolls down to increase available real ...
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Guidelines/best practices for CSS hover animations in web UI

What, if any, are the accepted guidelines and/or best practices for using CSS animated transitions on hover in a web-based user interface? When does it start to simply become annoying and distracting?...
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Get the user to accept Terms & Conditions when signing up with OAuth

The register form I'm working on allows the user to sign up using their Facebook account or to create a new account by typing their email and password. Here a mockup: Currently, clicking on the ...
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Table with actions per row

One of the pages in our web app includes a table that typically has a few dozen rows for each user, and it takes most of the page's width (5-8 columns). For each row, users can perform 3 possible ...
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Date picker showing by week, is showing the month necessary?

I am trying to design a date picker for booking an appointment, and I think that, the most natural way of choosing a date is not by a calendar (showing full month) but by showing by week. Currently my ...
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Examples needed: a toggle that shows a higher-contrast version of a site [closed]

Can someone give me examples of a feature that toggles to a high-contrast version of the website? I am only able to find 2 live website examples: https://www.smashingmagazine.com/?source=post_page-...
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What is the best way to tell users to scroll down in browsers?

what is the best way to tell users to scroll down in browsers? Tests showed, that users do not scroll to the original message (which they need to answer questions):
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What's the standard way to show downloading notification to user for file downloads that require authorization in web applications?

Our web application needs to enable secured file download by requiring HTTP requests to have authorization token. Due to this, when user clicks download the file will be retrieved using AJAX GET ...
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Should I guide the user in their account set up? Designing for web

So, I know that when designing for mobile dividing processes into steps makes the user feel not so overwhelmed by the amount of options/fields that are required. Does this hold for web development? ...
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What is the point of hiding a webpage until load? [closed]

I have noticed that whenever I go to namecheap.com, the page loads abnormally. Instead of the gradual loading like most websites, namecheap stays completely blank for a few seconds, and then suddenly ...
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How fast should a website load?

The title almost says it all. How fast should a website load? Searching this question brings a lot of different stories (most around 2011). Here they say that 50% of the users expect that the site ...
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Does the 980px screen width rule still stand?

I work with a graphic designer, she was asked to create a full width slider images, she asked me about the screen width, I said I don't know it varies, she wanted a number to use when designing I ...
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How to structure dashboard with schedule

So, in my current design I have something like this: I have a dashboard that has a menu with a couple different options. In the 'home' option the user can see a schedule with their appointments if ...
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Need explanation how Clear input button accessibility works

I've a text input with a clear button (looks like "x"). When clicked, this button will remove all the text from the input: The markup for this looks like: <label for="first-name">First name&...
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Why do people not notice our enormous, prominent, clear and contrasting purple banner?

I'm part of a MediaWiki site called D&D Wiki. Among others, one of our longstanding issues in the public eye was our failure to label clearly enough that certain pages are categorised 'Homebrew', ...
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Web UX: what are the practices of content segmentation without sub-menus?

I am thinking on the following task: I have a document with the content for the web-site. Document is structured with Level 1 headers. Under each header there is relevant content. One of the top ...
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Listing products on rows with multiple pagination

I had have an idea to display products in multiple rows that each of them can have pagination to see more related products, and I will love to discuss about this solution. The results presented on ...
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Is there a specific name for these graphics?

I have been tumbling the internet for some time now. I cannot do web design even to save my life, and I was thinking to change that. I have seen a lot of these simply looking web graphics, that seems ...
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Sidebar with letters

I saw this today on Dribbble. I would like to know what the technical name is for that sidebar with letters? If one was searching Google for that, what would one type? Also, can this be implemented ...
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Is it common to have multiple apps open, on one web portal?

Is it common to have multiple apps open, on one web portal? And is this anyhow different if it's not apps, but models (machine learning models)? Models run within the portal container.
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Is it common practice to use separate identical images of different resolutions for different screen sizes? [closed]

From a design perspective is it more common to use different size images for say desktop and mobile or is it more common to use the same image for each and display them in different size using css or ...
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Is it a problem if my form takes up twice as much space in web form than it does in the desktop application?

I am trying to migrate some forms from a desktop implementation to a web implementation, which should still primarily be used by desktop users. Currently, we have a generic out-of-the-box theme (the ...
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Whitespace versus content

Given a larger amount of content (e.g. a table of data or a list of fields and options in a form) that absolutely need to be on a website, would it be better to space it out so that scrolling is ...
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Responsive Scheduler

I'm designing a simple scheduler in which I don't need any information except days/hours, no calendar information, no titles, no description, just days/hours. The scheduler consist in a selection of ...
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How to drive users to allow pop ups on browsers

We're having issues with Popup blockers; preventing some paying clients from seeing the expected dialog. To combat this issue we either want to add a small line of text near the checkout button that ...
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Why are different border radiuses used for elements on same site?

I've noticed that a lot of websites use border radiuses differently for different elements. I've noticed some patterns, but I'm not sure of them. I noticed a lot of them use completely rounded ...
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How would I convey the information that multiple options can be selected, and just one can be selected as well?

So, this is what my scene looks like: How would I show the users that they can book only one service, or more than one? I wouldn't want to make a clickable '+' instead of a book button that adds it ...
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How to use the “help” cursor property?

The W3C allows different CSS cursor properties. Some of them are really common, and I think a majority of users understand them because they saw them per default on any website (text when the text ...
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Why do contact forms fail to handle line breaks?

It's been my experience over the past few years that the majority of contact forms on web pages of both large companies as well as governmental institutions fail to handle line breaks properly in one ...
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Should a web-based non-modal dialog prevent users from leaving it via keyboard access?

Say that a dialog is non-modal, meaning that a user can use the mouse to interact with elements outside of the dialog without closing it. Does this also mean that the user should also be able to ...
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Help text for pressing buttons on the web

I am reviewing some help text on a web page that says... Press Submit button to submit the form [blah blah] or press Cancel to return to the previous screen. Although they're using the <...
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Select elements in the sidebar, which is better?

So, my friend and I are building a web app and we were having a little argument. We need to have two select elements in the sidebar and one of them is not relevant to a few pages. Which of the ...
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What's the tradeoff for using an icon driven navigation?

It seems a common theme these days for the UI design of many web applications to use icon driven navigation (so fixed sidebar on the left consisting of only icons for navigation) Wondering why this ...
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Mobile – Does a close button need to be on the same x-axis as the hamburger icon?

I have a mobile menu using traditional mobile menu. Due to a long logo, we've placed menu items below. Is it inconsistent that the hamburger icon does not sit on the same level as the close button? ...
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'Yes to all' or 'No to any' with multiple individual questions - The best way to present to the user

I have list of approximately eight questions that need to be answered on a form (yes/no). If the answer to any of these questions is 'no' then the user is taken to page x, while if the answer to all ...
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Why do coupon/deal sites open the merchant's homepage after revealing a coupon code?

This is something which has always annoyed me a lot and also confused me from a UX standpoint. It stands out to me as an example of a very poor UX decision that I see constantly. When I'm browsing an ...
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How Do I Encourage Users Best to Download An Application from a Landing Page? [closed]

I do consider about the best experience about the getting more conversion rate from a webpage of ours. Is putting phone number field to send the app is best or putting app store buttons? Which one do ...
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Why is sites i18n often based on the users country and not the preferred language in the browser?

Often when I visit corporate websites they obviously have i18n. Often the chosen language they will display is based on the country I am in, NOT what I have set as preferred language in my browser. I'...
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Indicator for a context action menu on gantt bar

Current Situation: In our SaaS solution for portfolio management we have several actions that are context dependent, e.g. delete a project. Those actions can be found on the element itself, e.g. the ...
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What does *data* show to be the best way to write hyperlinks in article text?

Here are some possible ways to embed a link in a sentence within an article. (The intended link text is just bolded here, rather than actually linked to something.) "A good first step is to perform a ...
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Reasons for seemingly inefficient design of Evernote login process

Evernote's login form works like this: When you go to their website, there is no login form. There only is a form for registering. If you enter your login credentials into that form, it won't log you ...
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Black & White Web Design (UI/UX Wise)

One of my client(He has a SEO agency)need to design a website with blog. He want 100% black and white design. That means text, images everything are 100% black and white. Is there any UI/UX research ...
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How come there's no standard way to submit a web form with the keyboard?

I know that in general you can hit Enter while focused on a form field to submit a form. However certain elements like selects and textareas break this behavior. How come we don't have a web standard ...
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Why do web browsers keep showing the old page when they load a new page [closed]

I was wondering why web browsers keep showing old content once a user has clicked a link. It's confusing if one doesn't look at the loader(which is generally at one corner and thus can easily be ...