Yeah, it’s much better in terms of usability. And avoid using placeholders, imagine all the data is filled – the user wouldn’t be able to know what was the placeholder. Placeholders are good for small forms (small contact form, search, etc.). And fade the unavailable ones to 10% or 20%, just to avoid having holes.
^ like he said + I would keep them at the right side for easy eye-scanning. And I would make them at 100% – they are really hard to look at right now.
Or even just push them to the right so they get outside the input if you have enough space – that would be ideal.
^ You can’t do that. It alters every content. You can alter content ONLY in your own shortcodes and the methods provided affect every shortcode and content.
And don’t post things like that here, the thread is already enormous.
google changed also and its nice. looks like google is making a lot of changes live
Oh, I just got new “new tab”. Looks nice.
Yeah, just noticed two minutes ago. So annoying. And url dropdown is bigger also. It really bugs me.
If that’s what like ice cream and ketchup tastes then it must be tasty. Good job, tnx
I’m amazed by how many people got you wrong doru
^ And governments. They still use XP.
^ But why? Ok, for editing old themes it’s much easier, but if you’re making a new one I can’t see one reason to have code duplicated when the effect is same. Plus, who the hell would keep the files he downloaded 3-4 years ago (when he installed the theme). That item would probably be deleted and there would be a hurricane of “OMG WHERES THE ITEM I NEED THE PLUGIN”.