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?Re: Help with forms.
Author:??(---.click-network.com)
Date:???10-06-03 00:45

This really depends on what your show.php script expects. Generally PHP scripts are specific on POST or GET variables. When you submit it in the URL, you are using the GET method.

The chunk above uses the POST method, which you can't achieve using a link like that. You would need to use javascript to set the form values when they clicked on the link.

-Chris
http://www.bitesizeinc.net

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??wrote: > > This really depends on what your show.php script expects. > Generally PHP scripts are specific on POST or GET variables. > When you submit it in the URL, you are using the GET method. > > The chunk above uses the POST method, which you can't achieve > using a link like that. You would need to use javascript to > set the form values when they clicked on the link. > > -Chris > http://www.bitesizeinc.net ">??

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