How does the website grader (architecturally) define a "conversion form" in it's effectiveness evalu
yes this is unfortunately the turn point for me putting your score on my website and not. I have both a subscribe php on every page and an email form on my contact page, but this doesn't get picked up so it lowers my score, making my score bad, thus it needs to get removed, need to better your code imo
IMHO, you may want to consider changing the way Grader detects forms as not everyone puts HTML field elements directly into the web page.
Rick A commented
My conversion form is in HTML but it's not getting found by Website Grader. Same with my Twitter link.
Haris Kriještorac commented
Taken directly from the Website Grader FAQs page:
Your form will not be read unless it is in the HTML of the page. We don't necessarily believe that this is the only place to put a conversion form in all cases, but HTML is the language most easily readable for search engines. Therefore it is a safe practice to do this.
This tells you how to to get a conversion form read. If you are interested in how to create good conversion forms, I would recommend you check out these slides: