Screen Shot Examples
Here, in screen shots, I guess what I’m trying to say is my version needed some work. in the graceful degradation category.
SW Drop Down
The original solution: SW drop down menu leaves the top level usable, a fair trade-off.
Son of Suckerfish
How Important is Degradation for Me/This Specific Example
Articles about Graceful Degradation
- Digital Web Magazine – Fluid Thinking (October 2, 2002) – This article brings up the two main keys to graceful degradation:
- Any browser must be able to view the content of the site.
- Any browser must be able to navigate the site.
- Graceful Degradation with Prototype, Scriptaculous… (November 11, 2005) – fantastic 2 part article – second part continues here: Graceful Degradation with Prototype, Scriptaculous…part 2 and even the second part starts to diagram and explain how to ensure even you ajax-less users should and could be able to use all the features on your site, maybe just not in the way you hope and imagine they will. As long as it gets the job done, right?
- Graceful Degradation & Progressive Enhancement (February 6, 2007) – A more current look at graceful degradation bringing not only the
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