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Clicking on itme's picture on the front page, should redirect the user to the deal

Moshe1010 1,090 558 February 16, 2016 at 04:36 PM
It looks like clicking on the pictures of the items on all the items on the front page opens the picture. It doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of UI since usually when clicking on the picture (and the title) of any item, it should lead the user to the same place (in this case the deal in detail).

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Quote from Moshe1010 View Post :
It looks like clicking on the pictures of the items on all the items on the front page opens the picture. It doesn't make a lot of sense in terms of UI since usually when clicking on the picture (and the title) of any item, it should lead the user to the same place (in this case the deal in detail).
Hi, could you be more specific where you are looking? Mobile Web, Desktop, App, etc.
Also which view of the site, Classic or Redesign.
I am able to click on the FP pictures on Desktop View, in both Classic and Redesign and they take me to the deal same as clicking the title does.
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Hi, could you be more specific where you are looking? Mobile Web, Desktop, App, etc.
Also which view of the site, Classic or Redesign.
I am able to click on the FP pictures on Desktop View, in both Classic and Redesign and they take me to the deal same as clicking the title does.
Desktop, Classic. Chrome. My bad, I was referring to have a right click on an image brings me to the image in a new tab instead of to the deal (since I'm trying to open few deals in new tabs).
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Quote from Moshe1010 View Post :
Desktop, Classic. Chrome. My bad, I was referring to have a right click on an image brings me to the image in a new tab instead of to the deal (since I'm trying to open few deals in new tabs).
It sounds like you're clicking "Open image in new tab" instead of "Open link in new tab"
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