[theme-reviewers] Current Theme Unit Test Data
justin at justintadlock.com
Thu Jul 19 14:55:55 UTC 2012
I think y'all are misunderstanding what "content" means. I believe
Daniel meant user-created content like the content from a post. You can
hide things such as form fields, skip links, and so on. That will not
be and has never been an issue.
On 7/19/2012 9:31 AM, Dane Morgan wrote:
> On 2012-07-18 17:43, Daniel Tara wrote:
>> No content should be hidden, ever, that's (very) bad practice.
> Well, that's one opinion. Another opinion might recognize the fact
> that desktop and smartphone use are different and the same person
> viewing a site on a desktop will have different objectives from when
> they view the same site on a smartphone and to some extent on a tablet.
> Go to any major hotel website on you phone and tell me that their
> routine hiding of content does not increase the usability of the site
> (and their bottom line profits) for cellphone users.
> There are many legitimate reasons to hide content from mobile users,
> and to hide other mobile content from desktop users. One use case
> would be serving forms differently by hiding some optional fields for
> mobile users where filling in forms is more difficult and the touch
> keyboard conceals a good portion of the screen.
> On the face of it, this kind of blanket statement is invalidated by
> even one valid use case, and for this there are many.
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