CESCO vMenus



  • The "v" in the menus are not typos they are a clever indicator that the link is a drop-down menu, not a simple link. I will use this visual paradigm in all future web applications I work on.



  • I prefer to use ↓



  • @Ben L. said:

    I prefer to use ↓

    Your expertise with text technologies (encoding, html, etc.) is incontestable, but in the age of youtube it is also deprecated. YOU ARE A THING OF THE PAST keyboard boy.



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @Ben L. said:
    I prefer to use ↓

    Your expertise with text technologies (encoding, html, etc.) is incontestable, but in the age of youtube it is also deprecated. YOU ARE A THING OF THE PAST keyboard boy.

    No, stupid. The arrow points to Breast Programminfhggbv


  •  I see no wtf here. Would it have been better if they had used some kind of image which slightly resembled "v" rather than "v" itself?



  • "About Us 5"? What about the rest of the company?



  •  @pbean said:

     I see no wtf here. Would it have been better if they had used some kind of image which slightly resembled "v" rather than "v" itself?

    They'd have to change their CSS rule:

    <font face="courier new,courier">.chromestyle ul li a[rel]:after {</font>

    <font face="courier new,courier">    content" v";</font>
    <font face="courier new,courier">}</font>

     



  • @blakeyrat said:

    "About Us 5"? What about the rest of the company?
     

    Naw, it's the version of the submenu.



  • @pbean said:

    Would it have been better if they had used some kind of image which slightly resembled "v" rather than "v" itself?
     

    Or some kind of image that is obviously not text, and possibly left-aligned. Even a different style to distinguish drop-down menus from menu choices.

    Or a hand-drawn image, photographed on a wooden table, shrunk to the right proportions, ought to do it.

     



  •  It wouldn't surprise me if this was a hack after trying for three months to get an expensive, messy CMS to display a drop down menu. Or maybe a lazy moron that wouldn't bother or lacked the competence of using an image (I say the chance of each is 50/50).



  • Bootstrap does it like this



  • @Ben L. said:

    Bootstrap does it like this

    That's not a letter, son. Is it Chinese? Are you working for the Chinese? You probably read comic books too. Hippie!



  • @arh said:

     It wouldn't surprise me if this was a hack after trying for three months to get an expensive, messy CMS to display a drop down menu. Or maybe a lazy moron that wouldn't bother or lacked the competence of using an image (I say the chance of each is 50/50).

    So each scenario has a 100% probability? Was this statistic calculated by the person who drew your avatar?



  • TRWTF is I thought we were talking about Cisco.



  • @mott555 said:

    TRWTF is I thought we were talking about Cisco.

    The subject ot he post has been carefully crafted to mislead people while keeping plausible deniability.



  • @Speakerphone Dude said:

    @arh said:

     It wouldn't surprise me if this was a hack after trying for three months to get an expensive, messy CMS to display a drop down menu. Or maybe a lazy moron that wouldn't bother or lacked the competence of using an image (I say the chance of each is 50/50).

    So each scenario has a 100% probability? Was this statistic calculated by the person who drew your avatar?

    I take all the universes into account when determining probability. It's the only way to be sure.

    My avatar, in his universe, is a genius. You ought to be humbled by his appearance.



  • @arh said:

    @Speakerphone Dude said:
    @arh said:

     It wouldn't surprise me if this was a hack after trying for three months to get an expensive, messy CMS to display a drop down menu. Or maybe a lazy moron that wouldn't bother or lacked the competence of using an image (I say the chance of each is 50/50).

    So each scenario has a 100% probability? Was this statistic calculated by the person who drew your avatar?

    I take all the universes into account when determining probability. It's the only way to be sure.

    My avatar, in his universe, is a genius. You ought to be humbled by his appearance.

    Here is the formula I used for multiverse probabilities calculations:

    U(r) = L^Δ/MΣ


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