There is a cool HTML 5 attribute you can use for the input box that makes entering email addresses a bit easier. Instead of input type=text, you use input type=email. And, it gracefully degrades to just a normal text box on any non-HTML 5 compliant browsers.
I know it is a little thing, but I hit the store pretty frequently and it would just be a nice touch.
Done! Thank you Brooke, and if anyone has other suggestions on making the shopping experience even better for devices – please let us know!
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Could you also fix your YouTube embeds to YT’s latest ’embed’ code? By that I mean the new IFRAME embed method.
If you do, all your existing videos will “just work” on Android phones and Google Chrome browsers, in HTML5 mode.
What I have to do now is look at the “Install Plugin” box, open a new window to YouTube, then search their website until I find your video. Once I find it, it plays fine… so updating your embedded YouTube HTML will be a big win for open video standards. 🙂
hi scott, most/all of the videos are using iframe and over time all of them will. thanks for posting this and sending in the previous email(s).