Hi,Things look really good! I haven't been able to fully test everything I want to, as of this morning, but looks very nice! :)I did find something interesting on Safari (on a mac) and using a private browser (so I didn't have to clear my cache) the type-ahead didn't seem to work for me (with the meta data display). Can someone verify that they see the same thing?Thanks - I'll test more later on today!
Deb--Deb TankersleyProduct Manager, DiscoveryWikimedia FoundationOn Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 9:20 PM, Julien Girault <email@example.com> wrote:Hi everybody,Following up on last week's email, the team has made significant improvements to the enhanced search box:
- Shorter language code is displayed, allowing more space for text within the search input.
- Triggers the native selector on mobile devices.
Last chance to enjoy the "good old search" https://www.wikipedia.org/ !Some screenshots:Modern browsers:Chrome, JS: http://i.imgur.com/Jb8JVbd.pngChrome, no-JS: http://i.imgur.com/JcBfz2h.png (basic language picker because no JS)IE browsers:IE8, JS: http://i.imgur.com/Nef2rn6.png (basic language picker because old IE)IE9, JS: http://i.imgur.com/o1yrhcA.png (basic language picker because old IE)IE10, JS: http://i.imgur.com/OY6MVwJ.pngIE11, JS: http://i.imgur.com/nQUk8fg.pngNote: the CSS for the suggestions needs some attention, currently seeing weird padding.Mobile browsers:iOS, JS: http://i.imgur.com/7mbCKu6.pngiOS, no-JS: http://i.imgur.com/F2rQpEE.png (basic language picker because no JS)Note that JS is required for the typeahead/suggestions feature (this is already the case with the current page, no regression).If you don't have JS, you will have to submit the form in order to get results.Next A/B test: Use language detection to re-arrange the primary links to suit the user betterComing soon!The team has also made significant progress, stay tuned!For the Wikipedia.org portal team,Julien.
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