Hide "States" field in countries which usually don't rely on that concept
While the concept of states exists in other countries then the US too, many do not use it as a part of their address. Austria or Netherlands, for example, do have states but you would not use them as part of your address. They are just there for administrative issues of the government, but not used by the postal system. Usually, you would not see a "State" field on any well-localized form as an Austrian or Dutch citizen. Thus, I would highly prefer if Blesta could simply hide the state field in countries where the concept of states isn't really used by an end-users perspective.
According to https://worldpopulationreview.com/country-rankings/what-countries-have-states, the only countries that use the concept of states are:
- South Sudan
- United States
Seeing a "States" field as a citizen of a country which does not use the concept of states is often a very good warning sign that this application or website will be badly localised (and usually indicates user interfaces targeted mostly at the US). I would really want to use Blesta, but as a provider located inside Europe myself, focusing solely on European customers, it seems careless to provide my primary customers an interface which is lovelessly adapted for them.