What's better for a checkout process?
- One relatively long checkout page?
- Multiple short pages/steps ?
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Multiple pages. I've been burned before by single-page checkouts where I wasn't given the oppertunity to verify my details before submitting the payment.
Always give the user the oppertunity to confirm and change their shipping address in a seperate step, as this is what people are used to and expect.
Also, the user doesn't have to re-enter 27 fields if they accidentally refresh their page (you should always allow the user to refresh their page without re-submitting the payment as well).
Single 'form' page + verify page. (something like Magento has) It's easier to implement and when properly organized more user friendly.