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Perhaps you should re-think your design. Instead of displaying options on a separate page, display them within a div. And if you need to display more info than the div has room for, display it in a floating hidden div that you fill, show and hide when appropriate. That way everything remains on one page. I can think of umpteen relatives who would be ...
Your developer is right -- you should take a look at pre-CSS languages like LESS, instead of only code-bashing in a browser's developer toolbar. The latter is good for finding out why a design doesn't look the way you want it to, or for the roughest prototyping, not for actual design work. Of course, LESS and its kin are only tools to help you design, not ...
This question lacks sufficient context for a definitive answer, and any answer is likely just a matter of opinion, so this question will probably be closed quickly. Since you asked, though, my opinion is: listen to your developer. If you don't trust your developer's opinion and/or intentions on something this trivial, you're going to have far more ...
As mentioned by @codingstill, Tabs will do. But from the users perspective its not a good design. It depends on the user. If a user doesn't have much experience with the web then he/she might not know that the form will be saved even if you move to different tabs. or they might click save everytime before moving between tabs.
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