On Tue 28 Dec 04, 11:44 AM, Miles Thompson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:
> At 09:25 AM 12/28/2004, amol patil wrote:
> > hallo,
> > i have changed file signup1.php with login1.php, in action fied of form
> > <form name="form1" method="POST" action="----------">
> > and saved .
> > but when i run this file and click on submit button, it still shows old
> > sighnup1.php. and data is also not entering in database. while it data was
> > entering in databse before this. but not now with this change.
> > no error shown. only shows previous page and no data entry
> There are scores of examples / tutorials on this. Google turned up 6,070
> hits on this expression:
> "add user" php mysql example
> Here's one of them, although it assumes register globals is on
> Why don't you pick one, work with it and adapt it to your needs.
> However, why is your form's action parameter set to a string of hyphens?
> Regards - Miles Thompson
Agreed. Also, you'd get *much* better replies to your request for help if
you read this:
Sometimes it's very difficult to ask a good question, and I think esr breaks
his own rule ("volume is not precision"), but he says all the right things,
and has some excellent advice.
This isn't meant to be a put-down or a joke. Most people think that asking
a question absolves them of thinking. Like a quick-fix. On the contrary,
asking a good question can be a lot of work.
The mathematics of physics has become ever more abstract, rather than more
complicated. The mind of God appears to be abstract but not complicated.
He also appears to like group theory. -- Tony Zee's "Fearful Symmetry"
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