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Thu Jul 2 19:35:22 CEST 2015
Scott Rossi wrote:
> Often, this type of control has a call to action such as "Choose an
> item", as opposed an indication "No selection". It depends on the
> context of your control.
It does, and I wish more Web designers understood that. ;)
This became popular with form designers where they need to avoid having
a default answer, indicating that some action must be taken for a
control that requires a value.
But over the years I've seen many forms where that lead-in entry is used
instead of a having any descriptive label next to it, and often without
error-checking to ensure some other value was chosen anyway so they've
made it useless in spite of themselves.
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