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* http://www.reddit.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the register link
 
* http://www.reddit.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the register link
* http://reddit.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join Digg! button
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* http://digg.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join Digg! button
 
* http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join link
 
* http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join link
  
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* http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Log In link
 
* http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Log In link
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* http://digg.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Login button
  
 
=== Tooltips ===
 
=== Tooltips ===

Revision as of 05:27, 16 June 2011

Problem statement

There's no markup or API for dialog boxes, tool palettes, hovering tooltips, the contents of popup widgets, and the like.

Real world examples today

Dialogs

Registration Dialogs

  • http://www.reddit.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the register link
  • http://digg.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join Digg! button
  • http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Join link

Login Dialogs

  • http://slashdot.org/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Log In link
  • http://digg.com/ - make sure to be logged out if you have an account, and click the Login button

Tooltips

  • The tooltips in the table of [1] are interesting because they are currently <div>s and force the parent to be a TD rather than a TH since TH is inline only, even though the visible content is really just phrasing content.

Lightboxes