I have a site running which was developed for me.
Registrations are going wrong and I'm losing lots of users who fail to register (2 out of three fail). The developers are not really giving me confidence that it's not the code that is causing the problem.
I'm not knowledgeable on site coding and have just looked at the page which is causing issues and it appears to be using XHTML transitional code.
The page attached collects customer details (bankingdetails).
If someone could scan this for obvious issues or suggest why many visitors cannot register using this it would be GREATLY appreciated.
The XHTML markup won't have anything to do with failed signups. That's the just structure for presenting what someone sees on the page, not the dynamic application.
You got me. It looks to me like there's something happening with the server connection, though it's very unlikely you'd drop a connection at this high a rate unless you're using the world's worst host (I'll give the host benefit of the doubt on this one).
Weird. I can't be of any more help to you on this one. I'm sorry
I think it's up to your original developer to debug it.