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Typically I would agree it makes more sense grammatically to be at the end of the text, especially if you have a footnote that denotes the meaning of the asterisk. For example: However, I would not be so adamant to say that it must be done this way. There are benefits to having the asterisk at the start. Such as that it will be the first thing the user sees ...


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Even I am a tad late to the party, I wanted to share our approach to this, which is partly derived from answers here and in https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1727077/generating-a-drop-down-list-of-timezones-with-php/28602292#28602292 . We group equivalent timezones, name them by the largest cities and prefix them by the current time in that timezone. You ...


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Of course you should display the Purchased instead of hiding it. Maybe they want to reffer the course to someone or would like the satisfaction of seeing that they bought all the courses in any case there are no real benefits in hiding it. For further experience somewhere inside the product page instead of the Buy course button it could have a button that ...


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It might be a better argument to have with your product manager about whether you should be marking fields as required at all. The reason I say this is that asking for optional information should be avoided where possible as it slows up the user when completing a form, even if they don't enter an optional field it makes them think about whether they should ...


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According to Nielsen Norman, there's a slight benefit to putting it before: Should the asterisk precede or follow the field label? That is unlikely to make a practical difference, but one reason to put it just before the field description is to help the eyes easily locate which fields are required by scanning just the left-most character of the label. ...


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It depends on the purpose. If you are going to use it for searching of products by price, then open/closed will over-complicate the UI. I'd suggest not to use it all. Instead, use just two fields and consider them both as closed interval ends. If you are going to use it for some application where formal mathematical logic is important (e.g. mathematics, ...


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