> > It's an issue of using POST instead of GET and has nothing to do
> > PHP. Most browsers won't "re-post" POST data for you for security
> > reasons. GET, however, is just a URL with a query string, so it
> > requests it.
> Assuming you can't re-write the POST inputs as GETs, is there a way
> this so users don't have to see that error?

Don't show any page that's created by a POST operation. If you must use
POST in your forms, use a "middle-man" page that processes the form,
inserts the data into the database or whatever, and redirects using
header() back to another page. Then the user can go back and forth
without issues. 

---John W. Holmes...

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