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Update: The fact that something isn't there at all is a great indication that it is not present! If you'd like to still display the things that were 'chosen but missing' in each result element I suggest not doing it as the same elements in the same section with the only difference being styling. Rather have it be clear to the user that this section ...


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I suggest a bunch of indicators working in tandem: 'Greyed Out' - give the unavailable buttons some transparency, (or the appearance of transparency with lighter colours). This will make sure it is noticeably different from the other buttons, at the very least sparking curiosity as to why it's different. 'Strike-THROUGH!!!!' - "Like seriously guys look, I ...


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A good looking cross can be achieved by replacing your regular 'x' with a multiplication x which looks like this: × More info: Unicode Character 'MULTIPLICATION SIGN' It works with the common web fonts: Arial, Verdana, Georgia etc.


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I think the logic is flawed. I choose some amenities and as a result I expect to see ONLY hotels that combine these amenities. You should inform the user that there is NO hotels that have all the amenities and maybe let them see the results with missing amenities by clicking another button. The red crossed button works well in my opinion. If there are users ...


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A more elegant solution would be to grey out the button, set it's state to disabled and use a disabled cursor to clearly show the state. I've thrown together a quick codepen to demonstrate this.


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Docpad is one of my personal favorites, especially the implementation used by SemanticUI which gives the option of demonstration displays, or keeping things short and simple. Ideally documentation should have a few key elements Grouping of articles with common themes Clear and meaningful titles. Rather than using the function names as a title, use the ...



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