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FREE (yes. Just buy for $ 1 or PM me) Radio Generated from Live News Websites (from API)

FREE (if you use ads to promote). All w/ Permission, Radio Generated from Live News Websites

How is it monetized?
Customers can only use the premium version by reading each of our emails. This site is monetized through email marketing.

Does this site come with any social media accounts?
No.

How much time does this site take to run?
Everything is automated after you run ads to it. This is to gain subscribers for automated email marketing campaigns.

What challenges are there with running this site?
The only challenge I see is running ads in the…

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Optimal placement of radio towers

Imagine there is area on which you have to put radio towers. Each radio tower send signal in circlular area of fixed size.

How to I derermine optimal number and placements of these towers so the overlapping areas are as small as possible, whole area is in range of towers, and the number of towers is minimal?

Save custom price radio button value in cart and display it on Cart page Woocommerce

I have added custom price on woocommerce single product page using the code below on my theme’s functions php:

<?php // Output the Custom field in Product pages add_action("woocommerce_before_add_to_cart_button", "options_on_single_product", 1); function options_on_single_product(){  ?> <ul class="pricing-options"> <li> <div class="custom-radio"> <input type="radio" id="opt1" class="" name="filter_opt" checked> <label for="opt1" data-price="<?php echo wc_price( $  price ) ;?>"> <span class="circle"></span>Single Site License </label> </div>  <p>Nunc placerat mi id nisi interdum is mollis. Praesent pharetra, justo ut sceleris que      the mattis, leo quam.</p> </li>  <li> <div class="custom-radio"> <input type="radio" id="opt2" class="" name="filter_opt"> <label for="opt2" data-price="<?php echo wc_price( $  price*3 ) ;?>"> <span class="circle"></span>2 Sites License</label>  </div>  <p>Nunc placerat mi id nisi interdum is mollis. Praesent pharetra, justo ut sceleris que         the mattis, leo quam.</p> </li> </ul> <?php } 

Now i want to display the selected option value on cart page. Please help me to do this. Thanks

Alternatives to checkboxes and radio buttons in web-based surveys?

I’ve been tasked with designing a simple questionnaire design with a lot of different types of questions. I’ve been taking a lot of web-based surveys myself as well as testing some with users. The biggest issue has been that it is difficult to click on standard-sized radio buttons and checkboxes, especially after the user gets tired due to too many questions in the survey. One remedy is to make sure the checkbox/radio button label is clickable as well, but quite few users actually understand this.

So, my solution is to create some sort of buttons/containers that can be selected, but how would you discern between single-select (radio button) and multi-select (checkbox) alternatives? Or would you solve it some other way? My halting solution, Balsamiq-style:

The same goes for when displaying matrix questions. In that case it is even harder to hit the alternative you want, so my solution is based on a grid with a much larger area to click and also easier to hit the alternative you want with multiple questions. My halting solution to this one:

Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

SharePoint 365 – Hide / Show text box based on radio button

I am new at coding in SharePoint. I have created a form which has multiple radio buttons. I want to hide or show text box based on radio button selection.

  1. Field Name: Is this an urgent request
  2. Radio button Option: Yes/No
  3. Field Name: Justification for urgency

If the user selects Yes, I want the field 3) to be shown else hidden. I have added the below code in script editor and is working perfect.

Now the question is, I have another field with same Yes/No option and how to expand the code for this:

  1. Field Name: Is this critical client
  2. Radio button Option: Yes/No
  3. Field Name: Brief description of client

If the user selects Yes, I want the field 6) to be shown else hidden.

Code that is working perfect for 1) to 3)

<script src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-3.2.1.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> $  (function(){       $  ("span[title='Yes']>input").change(function(){         if($  (this).is(":checked")){             $  ("nobr:contains('Justification for urgency')").closest('tr').show();          }         });     $  ("span[title='No']>input").change(function(){         if($  (this).is(":checked")){             $  ("nobr:contains('Justification for urgency')").closest('tr').hide();          }else{             $  ("nobr:contains('Justification for urgency')").closest('tr').hide();          }      }); }); </script> 

Also, is there a way if we make the hidden text box as mandatory, and while hiding, can it add a text as “NA” and hide.

Any help would be great as I am new to coding.

Thanks!
HNS

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Alternatives to radio buttons on mobile app?

I designed a mobile app which allows users to make selections using radio buttons. The development team is using Xamarin forms which according to the team does not support radio buttons.

The team has proposed using switches instead, but I do not feel they’re appropriate in the context of the features.

Feature 1: User can perform a search and see a list of results. In this feature, the user can choose to search by his/her current location or by ZIP Code. Choosing to search by current location will also prompt a modal dialogue to allow the app to use the device’s GPS location.

Feature 2: User can receive a code to reset his/her password by text message or email. Choosing text message will also prompt a modal dialogue with a message to the user to ensure the phone number on file can receive text messages.

I don’t think switches are appropriate in this context because:

  • I think they should be reserved for off/on or even no/yes.
  • They will have a default value which is not desired.
  • If the most likely option is defaulted (current location and text message, respectively), the modal dialogue will have to appear when the screen loads which will disrupt the flow and confuse the user.

I don’t really like the option of a drop down menu either as it seems like unnecessary taps.

Any other ideas are appreciated.

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Tab order through a matrix of radio buttons

I’m building an HTML form where the user can select one of three options for each day of the week. The wireframe proposed by the designer looks like this: a matrix of radio buttons, with columns for each week day and rows for each option.

matrix of radio buttons

I can understand why the designer chose to put the days are on the horizontal axis: It reduces the height of the matrix, and we are used to time being on the horizontal axis.

Of course it is no problem to make the radio buttons behave correctly. But I’m wondering how to set it up for maximum accessibility. Especially keyboard navigation is a concern here. The default tab order would be in order of the dom, row-by-row:

row-by-row tab order

IMHO this default order does not make sense from a UX point of view. I think users would expect to choose an option for Monday and then proceed to Tuesday, Wednesday etc. In other words, column-by-column:

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First question: Do you agree that in this design, the default tab order would result in bad UX for keyboard navigation?

Second question: What is the best way forward here? Find a fancy solution to make it work anyway? (Eg. a different DOM order with CSS grid positioning? Not tabindex anyway!) Or simply go back to the designer and ask them to pivot the matrix?