<form action="login.php" method="POST"> - this does not send it on the URL

John Dillon wrote:
I have a simple page saying: if(password is correct){then print the page}
otherwise {print the login form}.  The login form uses the method=post.  But
the page I get back has the form values: login details, in the address line.
I thought get gave you the variables in the address line and with post you
just saw the page's address, without parameters after it, like ?pw=something
etc.  No?


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