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From: Corbett, James
Date: Dec 19, 2012 7:10AM


How do you handle situations where there is a multi-line disclaimer on a web page that is relative to two radio buttons e.g. Yes I Agree and No I don't Agree.

The disclaimer I'm dealing with is rather lengthy about 10 lines of verbiage that almost constitutes a legal disclaimer. In other words the message really can't be shortened.

Obviously if the message was indeed shorter the legend of a fieldset would suffice.

Any thoughts?


James M. Corbett
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