Rules of online dating etiquette
There are some obvious guidelines for good behavior (No, you shouldn't Tinder on your dates.
Whatever the case, the man should budget for two people, just in case the woman is working on the assumption that she won’t by paying; this will help to avoid embarrassment.
And if you decide to split the bill, don’t quibble about details or ask for a VAT receipt - neither is a very courteous (or romantic) stance to take.
As a woman, if the man doesn’t suggest treating you, don’t take it amiss: he might be concerned that you don’t like the idea of conventional roles or that you might think he will automatically expect something in return.
And when the two of you say good-bye to each other, read the signals carefully: if you are unsure what’s going on - and if you want to, of course - you can ask the other person if a parting kiss is in order.
Again, neither of you should read anything into this social gesture.
He should also offer to walk her to her car, bus, train or whatever.