New answers tagged selection
First thing you probably know is that you want to allow or deny something. So the first choice to make is to allow or to deny it, followed by the choice if that is permanently or just for once: Think of it as a conversation: Do you want to allow or deny it? And do you want that permanently or this time only? Makes more sense than: Do you ...
Do they need to be so wide or just one row? Would it help if it were more like this: download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Alternatively you could have all the items in a drop down?
Make the change option explicit Eg if option 1 is the existing choice and the are 4 other options Layout would be You current choice is Option 1 (x) Change to..... Option 2 ( ) Option 3 ( ) Etc Makes change explicit and reduces cognitive load How you choose to present will depending on your programming overhead(eg sort order etc) Also by making ...
I'm not sure I have understood your problem, anyway I see 2 solutions: Use a checkbox like confirm option 2, the user will be forced to check it (modern browsers will add a prompt if the required attribute is present) . This is seen on many website where you have to accept Terms of Service to complete an order, etc. Use <input type="submit" ... > or ...
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