What is the optimal default value for a credit card expiration date? The only value I've ever noticed in practice is either the current month or the earliest possible month (January 1900 or similar). ...
Credit card numbers on the cards themselves seem to follow a pattern--four clusters of digits separated by spaces. This seems to comport with "human factors engineering" that I think shows people have ...
I am currently reading up on credit card form design best practices, and giving visual cues for security seems to be a recurring issue. I use Stripe for credit card processing, and I have not seen ...
Looking over many credit card form design best practices, they stick to very simple/standard fonts and designs. However, these sites use the same fonts throughout the whole site. If my site design ...
We have an eCommerce website that takes credit card payments, everything is fine, however sometimes a user enters their details, gets approved and moves on to the Complete page - they then hit back ...
Echoing my answer to Is it a bad idea to have all credit card fields on one horizontal line?, there is much evidence that suggests that vertically aligned fields and labels are the best way to layout ...
My checkout form is a bit long and I don't like it, so I placed credit card fields on one line. Is it a bad idea to have all the fields on one line horizontally like the image below?
When credit cards are declined, our gateway usually provides a useful reason: insufficient funds, CVV mismatch, invalid card number, etc. Should we show this to the user? Or should we just show a ...
You can tell if it's a Visa or MasterCard based on the number it starts with, i.e. 4 for Visa, 5 for MasterCard. Why do most billing forms request the type of card? It's not a barrier for bots (to ...