On Monday 29 April 2002 09:27, Kim Kohen wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using PHP to retrieve data from a form and pass it to a 'confirm' page.
> Here the data is echoed and the user presses a 'confirm' button to finally
> mail the information to us. This page is a basic html page (confirm.html)
> with some inline php which displays the relevant information. At the bottom
> there is a form 'confirm' button which has the action set to 'confirm.php'
> Confirm.php simply emails the data.
> The problem is that  the variables are not getting passed to the
> confirm.php page - presumedly because they are not part of a valid form
> (confirm.html contains no form fields, just the 'confirm' button)
> I know the variables are all valid as I can echo them fine on the
> confirm.html page - I just don't know how to pass them onto the new page
> when they're not part of a form.

Either store them in a session, or /make/ them a part of a form. That is, 
store your variables as hidden elements.

Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
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