[Ubuntu-be] Questions on support points / os free shop list website
the_guitardude999 at hotmail.com
Sun Oct 15 15:39:27 BST 2006
limited it in there browser.
functions like 'onclick()' and 'onmousover()' but the menu should also have
html links (with the 'a' anchor).
choice, especially when checking large forms for correct input, etc..
I don't think you should pay too much attention to 'website usability
guidelines'. Usually, when developing a website, common sense is more
important than rules like the 'two-clicks-rule'.
But off course that's just an opinion.
I hope this was helfpul for you.
>From: Toni Van Remortel <ToniVR at telenet.be>
>Reply-To: ToniVR at telenet.be, Ubuntu Belgium <ubuntu-be at lists.ubuntu.com>
>To: Ubuntu Belgium <ubuntu-be at lists.ubuntu.com>
>Subject: [Ubuntu-be] Questions on support points / os free shop list
>Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2006 15:57:21 +0200
>As we (Pierre and I) are developing the website for support points and
>os free shops list, I have some questions:
>An unwritten guideline in webdesign tells us that any information should
>be findable with 2 clicks (not counting any search option).
>Should this guideline be followed?
>That will be all for now :-)
>Toni Van Remortel <ToniVR at telenet.be>
>ubuntu-be mailing list
>ubuntu-be at lists.ubuntu.com
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