I was looking through some recent HTML5 specifications (as one does), when I came across a cool feature that giffgaff should use. Text boxes on forms, can be validated from the browser, which will stop people from submitting incorrectly formatted information.
If this were used on the adult content form for the license and passport number, browsers would tell users if it was incorrectly put in, and not let them submit it until they correct it.
The Technical Details
Add this attribute to the driving licence text input, and a similar one for the passports.
Old browsers will ignore it, but newer browsers will make sure that the licence is properly formatted before letting the user submit it.
This should be just the first steps to giffgaff using HTML5 on their site. Which is better than Lithium. I mean they're still stuck in the stone age of computing >.>
Ps. The agree button is on the left
Let's make a list of things to change/add: (Website only, forum is beyond the scope of this idea.)
- Pattern on license/passport numbers.
- The most obvious one that I forgot, pointed out by awardle: type email on email textboxes.