> > 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
---John W. Holmes...
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