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I actually think your slider idea is not that bad and might be interesting. Depending on how effortless the implementation has to be, it can also be a simple dropdown in the end: Edit Ok, in response to your comment. How about adding a button with an overlay that explains it all in detail. In comparison to a tooltip, this would work well on mobile as well! ...


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If you want to avoid the sliders, you can just opt for a very simple grid of checkboxes/radio buttons. Something like this: This makes it very easy for the user to understand exactly which options they are selecting for each language. I suggest adding some additional styling to the selected options to ensure they stand out from the non-selected options. You ...


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Would it be useful to have a separate pricing page / section for a single priced service? A multi plan-price page has as its main purpose to be able to make a comparison of the functionalities included in each plan. In a single price service, such a comparison doesn't exist, so it's necessary to establish a reason for there to be an exclusive information ...


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Not really, as a native Spanish speaker I can tell you the words are completely different year=año, month=mes, since they are short there is not really an abbreviation. Other languages haver their own words/abbreviations too. That being said, you will only need to worry about it if you are actually translating the whole site to other languages and you want ...


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