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Even though Jorn already answered your question, I do want to add something to consider. I know your question is about 'confirm vs not confirm', so this might be slightly off topic, though. If you really want to speed up the sign up process you might want to provide a social sign up button (such as discussed here Any stats data advocating integrated social ...


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I think you can keep your signup process simple, but there are a couple of concerns you should address: Fake signup The last thing you would want, is someone to just enter another person’s e-mail and thus block them from signing up. This can be addressed by sending a confirmation e-mail that doesn't require any action, but where it is possible to reject ...


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This is some sort of deleting things. My solution for deleting things is a button with a trash icon which opens a little popover. I think this is a good solution because: no disturbing dialog, everyone hates confirmation dialogs! confirmation is required. no accidential clicks user has only to read two words, no annoying question red color indicates that ...


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My rule of thumb is to use custom dialogs whenever possible. Lately, I've been using jQuery's modal dialog for this, but that's just because we're already using jQuery on our current project. This allows you to customize the look and feel to match the rest of your site. It also allows you to modify button text appropriately. For example, with the OS dialog, ...


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Now think about you goals against the user goals. You can add a modal confirmation for "empty a shopping basket" thinking that your goal is to prevent users from emptying the basket, you can prevent placing the modal, which would bring the user to rethink every action if you really want to empty the cart. On the other hand it can be a way to generate ...



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