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This could cause a UX problem. For information on how to properly use a Bottom navigation, check this info by Material Design. Think about when people want to use social features (sharing something). Place the option to share into a drawer/ button that triggers the view right next to the item that is being shared. If it was supposed to contact the person yo ...


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Reference this post - https://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/58458/how-can-i-add-use-meta-description-and-meta-keyword-tags-on-a-multi-lingual-webs From a usability perspective, make sure your meta keywords are in the language the user is expecting. Otherwise, similar to users seeing the wrong language, screen readers will read the wrong language to ...


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There actually is a really, really simple solution to this: adjust the location of the menu to ensure that it doesn't extend beyond the viewport. Here are three screenshots from macOS, showing a Finder window on the Desktop, which contains a single folder. I right-clicked on the folder icon to bring up the context menu. Note how macOS adjusts the menu's ...


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Interesting approach is what Azure is taking, so based on that you should identify if user does a right click, and if so, the screen can be shifted left, on the right a full height side a panel might appear (with menu), which might then be closed. But pop-up can also be applied, which is normal on mobiles - but the basic web usually uses these context menus. ...


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