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From comments, I understand that you need to offer two variants of a product. I'll look into this aspect, and how it could be supported: The variants are very similar, but differ in price substantially. They are so similar, that, in direct comparison, there is not much reason to pay the higher price. But you still assume that you can sell both variants. ...


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In that people expect old things to look old, and new things to look new, I suppose there is some validity to that. I have no data to back this up, but I strongly advocate the abolishment of tooltips--at least in the context of forms. For a few reasons: they're rarely consistently implemented and become usability hurdles they're often poorly coded and ...


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I'd suggest it's not an aesthetic issue so much as a functional one. The tooltip just happens to be part of an older approach to solving this problem. People don't expect them on newer sites because they aren't as useful and have since been replaced by other solutions. Because you can't "hover" on a phone or tablet the "old" tooltip approach is now largely ...



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