What's not to understand about 4?



  • I was just browsing through the FAQ's on www.nshispeed.nl (the Dutch organisation that sells tickets for High Speed Trains such as Thalys, TGV and Eurostar) and I found this intriguing question:

     

    Appearantly somebody wanted to see 4 confirmed.



  • Hmm number eight seems to be 4 and 4 - hey neat!



  • Is the WTF in the japanese wording coz' I don't get it ... 



  • @Monkios said:

    Is the WTF in the japanese wording coz' I don't get it ... 

    What's not to understand? About 4?

    (It's not a joke, there's nothing to "get".)



  • Actually, the real WTF is the "klik hier" things, which are a no-no when developing for vision-impaired users.



  • @Zemyla said:

    Actually, the real WTF is the "klik hier" things, which are a no-no when developing for vision-impaired users.

    Forget 'vision-impaired'. Those kind of links are a no-no period.

    The philosophy behind hyperlinks is that the link takes you to information related to the link's own text. For that reason links labeled "click here" or similarly should never be used. A more correct approach in this case would've been to turn "Stel uw vraag dan aan ons" ("Then ask us your question") into a hyperlink instead.

    Regretably 9/10th of the idiots, pardon; 'web designers', out there don't get this. Probably because it doesn't quite 'feng shui' with the general design of their site, or whatever.


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