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?Web mail login using php and HTML
Author:??(---.nas26.thornton1.co.us.da.qwest.net)
Date:???07-04-03 16:28

This is what I have so far, but it doesn't work..

header('http://free-email.com/loginuser.pl?' .
'loginName=' . $_POST['loginName'] . '&' .
'user_pwd=' . $_POST['user_pwd'])
?>












What you guys are probably thinking is "Why doesn't he just put ''http://free-email.com/loginuser.pl' in the form action spot? I don't want to do that, I want to be able to make a customizable login for a server in which I have no control over.

Basically what I am asking is how can I create my own login form using a php engine? Also, I want it to only use one page, so that I don't have to jump through 10 pages to log in.

I have had a few people tell me I'll need help from some javascript in order to do this..is this true?

Note: I am going to log into a PERL script (.pl), so does that have any contrast to any other scripts?

?Re: Web mail login using php and HTML
Author:??(---.frbgva.adelphia.net)
Date:???07-04-03 20:37

You need the Location part, like this:

header('Location: http://free-email.com/loginuser.pl ...

That will redirect the user to that page. I think that's what you want ...

?Re: Web mail login using php and HTML
Author:??(---.atl.client2.attbi.com)
Date:???07-06-03 11:57

I was wandering the same thing... i want my own login page too in which i have some control over but not completely

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