Re: Donation Too nerve wracking
Please consider the context and see what message is below the one you are responding to. the comment had nothing to do with your post. it was directed to another list member who made a comment about the form.
In addition, it isn't a question of presenting skill challenges. If someone has problems working with radio buttons, they will have problems on all sorts of forms where they are used.
There is nothing on the form that is exceptionally difficult. In my opinion, the answer is not to dumb down the form. The answer is to present a link with instructions for those who don't know how to work with the form. Doing everything for people leaves them unable to do anything. Teaching people increases confidence, increases their ability to do more, and will help them in the future. And that's why I sent a teaching message.
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I hesitated to make the first comment as I knew it would attract criticism of the skill level of people encountering difficulties of this kind on the site.
However for a final comment I would still say that presenting skill challenges for people on a donation page seems an odd approach, even if pointing this out draws some disparaging remarks on skill levels of a list of this kind.
I will hold on any further comment now.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of
That's simply because you don't understand how it works. Of course the custom donation button is going to do that, because you left 200 in the edit box before it.
On 2/10/2020 10:27 AM, Robert Kingett wrote: