A lot of sites nowadays offer a tool that lets you add a small “auto-complete” box next to every single text field.
This allows you to quickly and easily add a simple checkbox to the top of a page or to an editable section.
But sometimes the checkboxes don’t add much functionality, and it’s often easier to just remove them entirely.
For example, if you’ve got a simple text field for shipping addresses and you’re not sure what type of shipping it’s for, you might want to use a different text field to store a shipping address.
But if you want to add a checkbox for a shipping category, you may want to leave that empty.
And then there are the things that add functionality to a site.
When you need to add text to a page, for example, you probably don’t want to scroll through a lot of it, so you’ll often add a “next” button at the top right.
If you’re working on a design and need to update the site quickly, you’ll likely want to remove that next button.
It’s a lot easier to remove a check box if you’re sure that it’s unnecessary, and you don’t need to scroll all the way to the bottom of a section.
You can remove a “previous” checkbox by clicking on it, and then selecting “uncheck” to remove it.
You’ll then see a pop-up box with a link to a similar box in your site navigation bar.
In this case, you can click on the link and see that the box is now gone.