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comment Common web app usability gotchas?
Big no no. But guess what ASP.NET Web Forms do? Exactly that.
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comment Common web app usability gotchas?
+1 I will actually boycott services who don't do this.
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revised How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Changed my strange mark-up for radio buttons into their Unicode representations.
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comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
Please do share the research if you can.
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revised How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
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comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
I think it's important that you're pointing out that in each of the proposed solutions the copy must be different. Clarity is very important. I think we've all been in that "Does this mean I do or don't?" situation. The copy must cater to the presentation of the decision.
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added clarification that the question is _not_ an opt-in/out
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comment How Yes or No Questions Should be Represented in Forms
I like this and with ICR's suggestion this is possibly the most accessible method not to mention it's superior usability IMHO.
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