From: Rene Rivera (grafik666_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-09-09 15:03:33
[2002-09-09] David Abrahams wrote:
>From: "Rozental, Gennadiy" <Gennadiy_at_[hidden]>
>> To access menu you do not need to click on the menu
>> root. Click is used for different purposes. I designed 2 styles/layouts
>> the docs. One with gray border, second more simple white style if you do
>> like first. Click on menu root toggle between them.
>Another example of poor UI design - it's a function hidden behind someting
>which seems to do something else. I click on something that looks like it
>should bring up a menu and instead it changes the style /and/ brings up a
>menu. Thereafter I'm confused about what changed the style.
>See, I don't want to waste any more breath arguing with you about why stuff
>like this doesn't work. Designing a bad UI with pure HTML takes a lot more
And something that "breaks" if you allow cookies in your browser. Also the
menu is totally superflous given that you can implement exactly the same
thing, and more, with the _standard_ "link" meta tags.
I'd vote for banning ECMA/Java-Script, it's just anoying in general.
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