See interspersed:
--- Bastien Koert <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hi Stu
> 1. why not check it on every page, then if it fails
> the user won't need to 
> make it to the end and then have to go back to the
> beginning to fix 
> something minor.
> 2. You could use hidden fields to pass the data back
> and for or just use a 
> session, otherwise the variables expire on that page

I think I'm stuck on sessions now :) .  So if there
were 3 pages and then a final 4th page where the
transactions to the database take place - without
passing the session variables around , they will still
be available on the 4th page ?

3 - Now I've run into an error: 
Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cookie -
headers already sent by (output started at
/home/lurkkcom/public_html/Multi2Return.php:2) in
/home/lurkkcom/public_html/Multi2Return.php on line 3

Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache
limiter - headers already sent (output started at
/home/lurkkcom/public_html/Multi2Return.php:2) in
/home/lurkkcom/public_html/Multi2Return.php on line 3

On first page: 
I have session_start();

And on "Multi2Return.php" I have session_start();

I thought to continue session you need to put the
session_start function on each page.  If I remove
though , I get nothing.


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