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Targeting specifically to your "page full of text boxes", it is (as you have mentioned) very important that you avoid such a situation. Might I suggest another approach where there is just one text box that will be used to add the nodes, and the subsequent nodes are added as text links below it. You may observe the remove icon next to every node, which will ...


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I've decided that my approach shall rely on two changes to the above scheme. First, the Add Row button will be moved inline with the text boxes. When there's only one text box, there will be only the Add Row button. When there's more than one, then the Delete buttons will be displayed. Observe: This tells the user that can always add another row, and ...


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I would suggest another approach. Instead of hitting the database every single keystroke or after a particular interval, why not hit the database one time on page load, pull down your dataset of possibilities, and filter off of that? Doing that would be nearly instantaneous. It's a few years old, but this article may be of interest to you as well: ...


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Why do they have to makes the decision about rent / buy at the exact same time as they're thinking about their location? Keep the action buttons related to the thing they're actually doing at the moment (entering a location) and not multiple things at the same time (location and rent/buy). I would assume that knowing if it was rental or purchase that they ...



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