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For most commerce sites, you do not want to lead the customer on or p*ss the customer off. Therefore, letting the customer know as early as possible is the best practice. If you can determine the location beforehand (e.g. using the methods that @skwotz outlined), then you can filter products accordingly. But sometimes sites cannot tell where the customer ...


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It's best to let people know this as soon as possible. It is very disappointing to get halfway through check out only to realize you can't get it shipped to where you want. A lot of large ecomm sites have a modal when you first arrive at the site to select a country. http://www.louisvuitton.com/ I've seen ones where they bring you to a browse only section ...


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Why are you fixing its width? Surely the size of the message box is dependant on the size of the message. Short messages (such as you have illustrated) will look better in a smaller box, which could even be centred. As the message size increases the ideal box pushes wider until it fills the entire screen. However you refer to messages which leads me ...


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Interestingly we are working on similar patterns this week, the design we are recommending has a clear classification of error messages. Classification based on type : Error, Warning, Info Classification based on target : which part of the screen is initiating the message. The first classification is used to decide on the color and fading properties. ...


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Usually every Payment Gateways have developer documentations. In those documentations, they have list of all transaction status codes & their respective message. So based on the error status code, you can have your own mapping of error messages to be displayed. How to have the error mapping is a question for stackoverflow I am aware of PayTm & ...



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