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HELP on Forms and posting values

 
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phil karras
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 06, 2003 12:47 pm    Post subject: HELP on Forms and posting values Reply with quote

A number of people have had problems with forms and posting field values to a server-side program.

If you would like to test your form you can use either post ot get method and send it to: http://cs.yrex.com/Hour9.php

as in:

<form action='http://cs.yrex.com/Hour9.php' method='POST'>
or
<form action='http://cs.yrex.com/Hour9.php' method='GET'>

You will get a display something like:

PHP Hour 9.6 Tests

POST method
Variable Value
txtAction Submit
user Phil K
one 123.056
two this is two.
three three=3
four This is value four.
txtName Beckie
txtEMail
txtComments Is this working yet?
btnSubmit Submit


GET method
Variable Value

On the site it's easier to read since the vars & values are in a table.

Hope that helps.
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