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Nov
29
accepted Is there a good reason to have HTML and PDF version of TOS?
Nov
29
comment Is there a good reason to have HTML and PDF version of TOS?
Totally makes sense!
Nov
29
awarded  Commentator
Nov
29
comment Is there a good reason to have HTML and PDF version of TOS?
Agree on goal. But why a plain text would do it better than a PDF?
Nov
29
asked Is there a good reason to have HTML and PDF version of TOS?
Oct
23
answered Any outstanding examples of a flight reservation system UI?
Oct
10
accepted One button or two for sign up and log in?
Oct
10
comment One button or two for sign up and log in?
Good knowledge here. Thx. So here, we should focus on: text and, if possible, separating in a way the button in two or make two buttons.
Oct
10
comment One button or two for sign up and log in?
Interesting reading :) Thx. What do you think of this "all-in one" button? box.com
Oct
10
comment One button or two for sign up and log in?
In fact, we have been using a single button for one of our website for a long time now. It strikes me this morning... we could separate the two actions.
Oct
10
asked One button or two for sign up and log in?
Oct
8
comment How to handle language preference
I think I will store during the signing up process the lang the user is browsing the website with and set it as his default lang (but let him have the opportunity to change it later in accounts settings).
Oct
8
awarded  Supporter
Oct
8
accepted How to handle language preference
Oct
8
comment How to handle language preference
Ok so the idea would be to get rid of the drop-down menu when you are logged in. Thx.
Oct
8
comment How to handle language preference
Bart, I edited my previous comment, adding some thoughts.
Oct
8
comment How to handle language preference
I don't think there is any use case where the user would have to change to another language for during one session (while he is logged in). The thing is: if I keep the drop-down menu but it does a different action regarding if user is logged in or not, maybe it's kind of confusing as well. So maybe the best option would be to get rid of it ; but again, the user could be used to have this drop-down menu while visiting the site at the time he wasn't a member, and not finding it anymore could confuse him.
Oct
8
awarded  Editor
Oct
8
revised How to handle language preference
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Oct
8
asked How to handle language preference